A Conspiracy of Rouges

A Conspiracy of Rouges It s been a few decades since the Grand Fair of Alhambry with the wyrmlings all grown into adolescence They re still trouble of course but Hristomarth has raised them to be a skilled or less effic

  • Title: A Conspiracy of Rouges
  • Author: Jonathon Burgess
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 304
  • Format: ebook
  • It s been a few decades since the Grand Fair of Alhambry, with the wyrmlings all grown into adolescence They re still trouble, of course, but Hristomarth has raised them to be a skilled, or less efficient band of thieves And now he s set his sights on using them to steal a truly spectacular fortune There s never been a scam like the city of Abattra People are drIt s been a few decades since the Grand Fair of Alhambry, with the wyrmlings all grown into adolescence They re still trouble, of course, but Hristomarth has raised them to be a skilled, or less efficient band of thieves And now he s set his sights on using them to steal a truly spectacular fortune There s never been a scam like the city of Abattra People are drawn to it by the promise of riches and a chance to start over, but the only ones prospering are the Resplendent oligarchs.The young dragon Greasetrap is looking to change that Raised to be a thief in the Blackscale crew, he s in town alongside his siblings to steal a fortune With the help of a street savvy fighter they intend to rob the oligarchs of the city for the first time in history But Greasetrap isn t the only one with a scheme, and soon he ll find himself up against a sorcerer s vicious criminal gang.Because the vault everyone wants to break into hides than just gold it holds the key to an ancient secret held dear by the most powerful Resplendents in Abattra.

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    1. This is a great story of a man and his dragons.He has had to take ages training and raising his wards and now, he wants to get a large treasure as payment. The twists and turns are amazingly complex, and I loved every minute of it.A great fun read, but read the previous book first for even more fun, and to make sense of it more.

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