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The Dragon War, the epic fantasy trilogy beginning with A Legacy of Light, concludes with a tale of darkness, hope, and dragonfire.

Book Three: Memory of Fire

Darkness covers Requiem. The cruel Cadigus family, usurpers of the throne, rule with an iron fist. The Resistance, a band of desperate rebels, lies smashed and scattered. Hope fades. Some say it is utterly lost.

Bloodied, the Resistance hides in distant lands. Most of its fighters lie dead. One of its leaders, captured in battle, suffers torture in the dungeons of Cadigus. Old Requiem seems like nothing but a dying dream, a memory of fire and starlight.

Yet even in the darkest night, the embers of defiance glow. The last few resistors muster. Rising as dragons, lighting the sky with fire, they fly to their last stand - an attack on the capital itself.

©2013 Daniel Arenson (P)2014 Daniel Arenson

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A wonderful series! very creative, Arenson paints a wonderfully vivid landscape. can't wait for more!

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man it was good but could be better

I was cool with the book but what I didn't like is that they made ruin get with roper and Kay get with that old guy and then ruin just gave up his thorn for roper give me a break

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  • 12-09-15

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Decent ending to the trilogy, Terrible audio quality though, it kept skipping and repeating sections. I love Daniel Arenson's books, but this series is my least favourite of his.