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How can anyone be tricked twice? Isn't there even a saying about that? Zaria Fierce is determined to get things right this time and with the Drakeland Sword in her possession she's ready to take on trolls, dragons, and whatever else may come...but first she and her friends are going to have to figure out just how much trouble they're in at home.

©2016 Keira Gillett (P)2016 Keira Gillett

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Excellent Continuation!

Every book in the series gets better and more organized. The battles in this book were a primary focus, being narrated to full choreography. There were a number of twists and permanent changes in cast which brought a glint of reality; plot armor doesn't exist in the real world, which the author is presenting as such. It answers many questions from earlier books but leaves just enough open ended for the next book.

Words and concepts are perfect for adolescent readers, ages 12 & up, similarly to the first book. That said, I fully enjoyed it as an adult reader.

Michele's performance of character voices has been consistent throughout the series and is certainly an asset to the work Keira has created.

I highly recommend this series and this author for adolescent and adult readers alike. I look forward to following Zaria and her friends on their adventures; now someone get Aleks some another plate of food, already.
Highly Recommended.

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Another fun book!

It was more fun on the journey of the Trilogy. and the storyline is entertaining. Very enjoyable. The Narrator was excellent. This book was offered free of charge by the Author in exchange for a far review... Thank You!

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Fun dialogues and fairytale creatures....

This is part three of the Zaria Fierce trilogy. Of course there is a great showdown (which I won't say anything about - listen to it yourself).

In this book I liked the dialogues between Zaria and her friends in particular. Listening was fun to me.

Also, you can hear the narrator singing once again and the story is full of elves, trolls, dwarfs and dragons - that had my imagination running wild. Oh, and losing one's shoes can be a drama :-)

Recommended.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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The Sacrifices that we Make for Family

This installment is all about family, the good guys', the bad guys', and everybody in between. Old relationships are renewed and new contacts are made. Family ties are weakened, strengthened, tested, and sacrificed for. Contracts, and deals are made and broken. Also, as always, words have power and mistakes have consequences.

There is a great deal of family and political history explained in this one, including why Lady's footwear is so important. As always the narrator does a great job, and the mysterious singer from the last book also returns for a repeat performance. The one problem is the singer's voice is a lot louder than the standard narration, so it can be a bit startling when it first begins.

I truly enjoyed the roles of the humans in this book. Many times in heavy fantasy novels, normal humans are treated as fodder, or supporting cast. In this case however, those with no magic in a land full of magical beings and creatures have to use technology and tactics to overcome challenges. Interestingly enough their lack of magic and magical experience means that they don't know what they can or cannot do according to the "rules of magic" that everybody else knows. This makes for some unexpected experiences and outcomes.