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This is one of the rare book trilogy originally written in Serbian that has been translated in English before publishing the last sequence. August 16, — Shelved as: Kosingas strip 3 books. While the Serbian folklore and legends are rich, very little of it is known even among the Serbians themselves.

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Marko Kraljevic, Knez Lazar, Zmaj od Jastrepca, Gavrilo and my kosongas donkey Coka, all mixed up with fantastic creatures that have been a part of Slavic folklore for centuries. Ivana ‘s review Mar 27, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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In the middle of the book there are some high quality illustrations, mostly showing mythological creatures Kkosingas and Gavrilo encounter on their way. I’m sure you won’t regret it. While not as powerful as before, the old gods are still very much present, and not happy about being neglected. While the knights get ready for the final battle, the kosingad of the Hades try to kill the Warior from the Oracle and an invisible, silent war is faught between the old Slavic faith and Christianity.

There are no discussion topics oksingas this book yet. Ivica Sretenovic marked it as zmajja Aug 24, Djordje added it Jun 03, April 9, — Shelved as: Only flag comments that clearly need our attention.


Simo rated it it was amazing Dec 04, Search for a book to add a reference. Kosingas — The Order of the Dragon tells a lot about them, though never in an overwhelming way, it just comes natural through the story. September 28, — Shelved as: They will also go through Serbian country, and the readers will get to know a lot about very old Serbian custom, some of it cruel, such as a custom of a village of miners to throw most of the female babies into a pit, for girls can not become miners.

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Refresh and try again. An avid mountain climber, Aleksandar Tesic has visited all the places in Serbia he describes, and it shows in detailed and colorful descriptions.

Strange customs and names kosinags the cities that still exist in Serbia are being explained by the author in partly historical partly fictional, but overall amazing trilogy of Kosingas.

Milos Gosica-misica marked it as to-read Dec 23, Trivia About Red Zmaja Kosing Sava rated it it was amazing Aug 10, He knows exactly what they look like, and he asked around about the old custom too kosinyas some of the old beliefs you should do this, you shouldn’t do that is still there.