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“On your journey, you must bring down a giant airship called the Dreadnought, help the last surviving dragon, and enter a hellish underworld.”
“This will be a full-length novel called Dreadnought, to be released in trade paperback sometime in the fall.”
“I looked for Dreadnought, that doorstop of a book and it's not available (and neither is most anything else by this best-selling historian EXCEPT the sequel to Dreadnought, which is available.)”
“Strategically, the Dreadnought was an error of the gravest kind; politically, it was an absolute disaster.”
“However, be that as it may, I was once the owner of a pedigree thoroughbred called Dreadnought, which was presented to me when a colt.”
“A model listed by an anonymous user as a 'Tabletop Wargaming Robot Model' - but identifiable to the Huffington Post UK as the likeness of a Warhammer 40,000 Space Marine Dreadnought, which is a trademarked design of the UK-based”
“The Dreadnought is the most popular size acoustic guitar sold in the United States.”
“Dreadnought" takes the reader up to the last day of peace.”
“And I still think "Dreadnought" was a better company name than "Mosaic".”
“LAMB: Robert K. Massie, you have a new book out called, "Dreadnought," what's that mean?”
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