The Gold-Jade Dragon [hardcover] by Janeen Webb

Product Code: 978-1-786367-00-6
The Gold-Jade Dragon [hardcover] by Janeen Webb
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Brand: PS Publishing
Condition: New
Weight: 0.45kg
FANTASY Novel - Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover. A signed and numbered edition limited to 100 copies is also available.


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A NOVEL by Janeen Webb
COVER ART Greg Bridges


Unsigned Jacketed Hardcover — ISBN 978-1-786367-00-6 [£25]
100 numbered Jacketed Hardcover signed by Janeen Web  — ISBN 978-1-786367-01-3 [£35]



Meet the shapeshifting dragons of Hong Kong. Adept at passing for human, they are charming, sophisticated, glamorous, outrageously wealthy—and utterly ruthless in their control of corporate society.
Nothing, it seems, can challenge their privileged lives—until one of them is fostered by humans.
Born with dragon power, tainted by human emotion, the Gold-Jade Dragon is trouble. His rogue powers of coercion, augmented by the reach of social media, will threaten the whole dragon dynasty. And the dynasty will fight back...


Janeen Webb is a multiple award winning author, editor and critic who has written or edited ten books and over a hundred essays and stories. Her short story collection Death At The Blue Elephant was short listed for the 2015 World Fantasy Award. She is a recipient of the World Fantasy Award, the Peter MacNamara SF Achievement Award, the Aurealis Award, and the Ditmar Award. She holds a PhD in literature from the University of Newcastle and divides her time between Melbourne and a small farm overlooking the sea near Wilson’s Promontory, Australia.
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Jonathan Olsson
- Stockholm, Sweden
5 Stars

A real page-turner of a book!!

Very very good book, neat writing and a page turner of a book with me really wanting to know what came next. I can't say I cheered on either side as both are cruel and kind of creepy doing things as they own seems fit but can't help feel a bit sad for the clash between the two fractions. True the whole book I felt a bit at uneasy when Long Wei's turn that violence can erupt at any point so good of Janenn to keep me on the toes most of the time. I'm happy that i bought it but wish there would be more of this world!!