Dickson tells tales with wonderfully vivid descriptions, great character depth, and a signature sense of humor and irony. Dickson holds within him a broad knowledge of medieval lore and adds a wonderful mix of historical culture to his stories.
"The Dragon and the George"
Jim Eckert is "aported" into an alternate world of dragons, medieval knights, talking wolves, ogres, and wizards in order for him to find his lost fiancee, Angie. Jim, now in the body of a dragon by the name of Gorbash, must build a company of friends in order to take the Loathly Tower and rescue Angie from the Dark Powers. A wonderful tale filled with action yet not at all lacking in delightful character development.