I find myself wondering what sort of fix Kaylyn will get herself into this time. Each book can stand alone, yet the series weaves together a larger tale as a whole.
Good story, great narrater
Jane yellowrock, cause it has a good story too.
She is always awesome
Probably just cast in chaos
I too wish that Kaylin would stop complaining about lessons and actual LEARN something. I loved the first few books but she stays the same old uneducated (both in lessons and in life) girl who could be so much better. I thought by now we would see her grow but instead she goes into each situation with her eyes shut and comes up knowing nothing more than she did in the first Novella. Bummer.
I also agree that romance is LACKING. Does she care about Nightshade or Severn? Who knows? Is she stringing them both along? Seems that way to me. Let's get a move on here one way or the other. It can't all be doom and gloom!
Unfortunately it inspired me to discontinue buying these books. There are no answers, no romance, and no growth (Kaylin).
Words form the heart, sound forms the soul, intrigue forms the mind.
Michelle Sagara has a way of keeping this series from getting stale. I really like the main character and the changes in each book.
Knew people and characters that are definitely going to come around again.
The female dragon.
Not your ordinary dragon.
I really like this series, even though the events seem to take place within weeks of each other, her main character grows up just a little more in each episode.
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I really like this series and all the books. The narration and the characters are excellent. Minor problems in the writing but this does not detract from the story.