The Dragons of Bloodrock

“Do you swear to do all in your power to see that the world to whose skin we cling will now and forever turn true?”

Long ago, the citadel of Bloodrock fell. Now the dragons of Bloodrock are scattered across the desert and the mysteries of the past have been forgotten. But nothing lies hidden forever.

When cruel Viscero brings terror to the land, Abalone — the last member of a knightly order known as the Peregrines — vows to bring the ruthless dragon to justice. To do this, he must first unravel the secret history of Bloodrock.

As past and present overlap, Abalone and his new-found companions embark on an extraordinary journey in which every choice they make could affect the future of the entire dragon world.

The Dragons of Bloodrock is set in a mythical prehistory before humans walked the Earth, when dragons ruled the skies. If you’ve read the international bestseller Dragoncharm, you’ll already be familiar with this world. If you haven’t, fear not. Set some fifty years before Graham Edwards’ previous dragon novels, The Dragons of Bloodrock is in many ways the perfect place to begin your journey …


  1. Excellent news to see that the book was finally released. When I had recently tried to find excerpt from it, published back in 2011 I believe, and found that it was hidden/removed I was afraid that it got shelved entirely.
    Glad that You proved me wrong.

  2. A fantastic book! I’ve just finished it. Was so happy to see you released a new book about dragons. I still can’t find many authors that match the quality of your dragon books. Can’t wait to read more.

  3. I just finished the Stone trilogy, and curious to read further your notes on the series. I had NO idea this new book had been released and I am so glad I decided to look on your site! I adored the Ultimate Dragon Saga and Stone trilogy, and I am thrilled to read a new series featuring your dragon characters. Thank you so much for this.

    1. Thanks for your message, Elaina, and thanks for reading. As you’ve no doubt realised, there are connections between all the books, to a greater or lesser degree. I hope you enjoy the new one 🙂

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