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The Grey Wardens are heroes across Thedas once again: The Archdemon has been defeated with relative ease, and the scattered darkspawn are being driven back underground. The Blight is over. Or so it seems.

Valya, a young elven mage recently recruited into the Wardens, has been tasked with studying the historical record of previous Blights in order to gain insight into newly reported and disturbing darkspawn phenomena. Her research into the Fourth Blight leads her to an encoded reference scrawled in the margins of an ancient map and to the hidden diary of Issenya, one of the last of the fabled griffon riders. As the dark secrets buried in Isseyna's story unfold, Valya begins to question everything she thought she knew about the heroic Grey Wardens.

©2014 Electronic Arts, Inc. (P)2016 Tantor

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Great read and foreshadowing

excellent story about sacrifice and what is to come in the next game can't wait for more.

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Great tale of the Griffins

If you could sum up Dragon Age: Last Flight in three words, what would they be?

Mystifying, Intriguing, exhilarating

What other book might you compare Dragon Age: Last Flight to and why?

Not sure, but it would comparable to a book which cycles between present and past focusing heavily on the past.

Have you listened to any of Gildart Jackson’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

Yes, he's done other Dragon Age series books. I think he portrayed the characters well. they were distinct from one another but just wasn't how I imagined them in my head. Which is all well and good, i just improvised

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Dragon Age: Last Flight - In a desperate attempt to fight evil, spells disaster for the grey wardens.

Any additional comments?

Really enjoyed this book. Though it wasn't a continuation of anything, it was still great in it's own right and very enjoyable to listen to.

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Hyped!

I truly enjoyed this. I'm so hyped for the next game. Dragon age is awesome.

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Wonderful continuation of the storyline

This was a wonderful continuation of the storyline. Hearing the story of the Fourth Blight and leading of what occurred after the Fifth was enjoyable. The performance/narrator did an excellent job.

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Now I know what happen to the Griffins

An incredible story of heroes & horrors. I have always wondered what happen to thr Griffin's & now I know. Nothing could be more bitter sweet.

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Great Lore and Lead up

I finished this book much quicker than most of the other books in Dragon Age Novel series. I appreciated that there wasn't a poorly written love triangle,or any, in this book! It's also got me very hype for the next Dragon Age installment, I'm also working my way through Tevinter Nights but so far I'm more excited about this! I'm always a fan of lore and there was a lot on Griffons, Grey Wardens, and the 4th Blight.

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Good Story, if you know the Dragon Age universe

if you are not done marking out to your warden from Dragon Age Origins, this is a good read or listen for more lore and hopes bioware will bring the warden back!

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A Series of Unfortunate Issues

How do you get 5 books into reading a series and still not know how to pronounce things? Especially a series where the majority of the other content is voiced? I don't get it.

The book itself is okay, but it introduces a lot of characters that don't have enough time to be fleshed out. If the book was the size of a normal fantasy novel (20-30 hours) it may have been doable, but most of the characters just feel flat and lifeless, especially since the plot jumps back and forth from present time to 400 years earlier. I would have loved to learn more about the characters and watched them grow, but it just didn't happen.

Aside from that, you can tell that the author was not allowed enough time to write it and that she was not as familiar with the world as she should have been. I doubt this is her fault, but regardless, it makes the book feel very un-Dragon Age. The dwarves feel more like Tolkien dwarves and they don't feel like they belong in the world. There are a number of anachronistic elements, the most glaring of which is the Qunari/trolls being referenced before they should have even been known in Thedas. I am aware that the author has tried to reconcile many of these when asked about them, but at the end of the day, all of these things just add up to create a world that just feels wrong.

The writing itself is pretty good and if it were not a Dragon Age book and if it had the length it needed to pay out on its promises, I think this story would have been quite good.

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emotional

I cried alot towards the end. the parallels between Valya and Isseyna was nice. both elven mages who had the griffin's best interest at heart (one being misguided and accidentally causing harm) forgivable. she thought she was saving them not causing their doom.

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absolutely loved it

best book so far loved every minute of it hated that it ended might listen to it again here soon