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Tan now serves as Athan. The remaining draasin have bonded. Elle and all of Doma have been saved. And Par-Shon has been defeated. Tan knows the victory is short lived. Par-Shon knows how to obscure their shapers, and they could hide anywhere. When Tan discovers Par-shon shapers within the kingdoms, a dangerous and wild elemental is released.

As Tan tries to defend his bonds, he learns the terrible history of this elemental, one that the draasin would hide from him. Tan must find a way to protect the elementals and stop the serpent of fire released by Par-shon while understanding the reason that mysterious Chenir would chose now to send a delegation to Ethea.

©2015 D. K. Holmberg (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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I was unable to embrace the storyli or protagonist

I was disappointed in the storyline, in this book. The protagonist's way of seeing the world was too contradictory, he had immense empathy for those who cause others to suffer, while barely having any empathy for his family and friends.
Life is about finding a balance and every character in this story was far too extreme, in their way of thinking and actions, for me.
Choices and actions should have irrevocable consequences. Without those irrevocable consequences, consideration of choice losses its value.

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Awesome

I love being able to listen to books while I drive or work. The story and telling of the story were great. captured the mind and helped you see the story as it is being told.