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Publisher's Summary

Kiron has secretly gathered an army of dragon riders to seek refuge in the abandoned desert city they have named Sanctuary, where they join with other dragon riders to rid their world of both war and magical domination. But now it is time to build a new society in Aerie: an ancient city that seems to have been designed for dragon riders and their dragons.

©2006 Mercedes R. Lackey (P)2019 Tantor

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Heroes?

If you are a fan of heroes, especially male main character heroes these aren't the books for you. The main character more resembles your weak chinned high school history teacher than a hero. Very annoying to see your hero screaming or crying or hiding or running from challenges or being dominated for multiple books. While the female equivalent never fails or backs down. A little too much compensation by a female author. Both can be awesome...cant they?

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one Mercedes best

I have truly loved this book from start to finish and the whole series has been awesome. Can't wait for the next book!

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A wonderful ride

This was a great story. A little slow at times, but a knock out at the end. It was a good wrap on the series. Make sure to add it to your series.

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Tedious. Returned.

Tedious, trivial, dragging, unheroic, angsty, with a deus ex machina ending. Certainly not up to what I hope for from a favorite author.

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Too much build up for nothing

A random out of nowhere ending is not it. Its Darling In The Franxxx all over again like why ?

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Good listening

i have always loved this book and the reader has smooth voice. loved the accents!

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a comfortable end to an exciting trip

it wraps up and details all the fun little plot trails from the last three books

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kept alert

I loved the story . I had to finish it as much and as fast as I was able , definitely did not put me to sleep.Very engaging and told very very well.

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Good story but can't understand why the narrator chose Irish and Scottish accents for a story taking place in ancient Egypt

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Mercedes Lackey fan

Narrator was very good. Good story, a little repetitive to catch new readers up to date.

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  • 07-15-21

Not as good as others

Plot not as good as first three books. The character of Lettuce is not realistic or useful as an addition and not explored.
Still a fun end to an engaging series.