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Tales of Two Dragons-bookcover

By: F‡ Giblett

Tales of Two Dragons

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The stories of Saint George and Beowulf killing an evil Dragon are well known. But what if these stories were untrue and the Dragon was good? What if Saint George and Beowulf were misguided by stories of heroes killing dragons? What if, instead of Saint George killing the Dragon and saving the Princess, and Beowulf and the Dragon killing each other, something else happens that you have to read this book to find out about? What if the place where the Dragon lived was not a plague-ridden swamp but a wetland wonderland, or was not a desert waste but a mineral wonderland? Tales of Two Dragon tells these ‘what if?’ stories and more besides. If these stories are true, and the stories of Saint George and Beowulf and the Dragon are untrue, how did the untrue stories come to be told? How come the true stories are being told now?

Rod Giblett is the author of Black Swan Lake: Life of a Wetland (Intellect Books, 2011) and many other books about wetlands. He lived by Forestdale Lake on the outskirts of Perth in Western Australia for 28 years. He taught and researched at Australian universities for 25 years and is now a writer. He is married to a retired junior primary school teacher who helped a lot with the writing of the first tale in this book.

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