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Daughter of the Dragon

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Daughter of the Dragon
Product information
Type Novel
Author Ilsa J. Bick
Pages 295
Cover Artwork Ray Lundgren
Publication information
Publisher Roc Books
First published 7 June 2005
ISBN-10 0451460340
ISBN-13 978-0451460349
Content
Era Dark Age era
Timeline 14 February 3134 – 15 February 3136
Series MechWarrior: Dark Age Novels
Preceded by Sword of Sedition
Followed by Heretic's Faith

Daughter of the Dragon, by Ilsa J. Bick, is the sixteenth novel in the MechWarrior: Dark Age series. It was first published in June 2005 by Roc Books and was later republished in October 2021 by Catalyst Game Labs as a BattleTech Legends title.

The novel chronicles the early career of Katana Tormark and the machinations of conservative officials to bring back the old ways of the Draconis Combine.

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Between The Republic of the Sphere and the Draconis Combine stands the military unit known as the Dragon's Fury. Claiming worlds in the name of the Combine without House Kurita's support and threatening the entire Inner Sphere, the Fury pursue their leader's agenda with fanatical devotion...

Katana Tormark bears the burden of disgrace. A traitor's actions against her father discredited her family. Now, to regain the respect the Tormark clan deserves, she openly challenges the Coordinator's policy of nonaggression with The Republic, hoping to push House Kurita into a conflict—a conflict the Coordinator apparently doesn't want.

Warlord Mitsura Sakamoto believes Katana is making House Kurita look weak, and he is determined to turn the situation to his advantage. For he has his own designs on ruling the Combine, and he's not going to let the daughter of a dishonored samurai stand in his way...


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A German edition, translated by Reinhold H. Mai, was published by Heyne in 2007 as Tochter des Drachen (ISBN 9783453523630).[1]

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  1. Deutsche Nationalbibliothek Catalog, https://d-nb.info/984312005