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Publisher's Summary

In the fifth and final part of the Dragonian series, 18-year-old Elena Watkins and her dragon, the Rubicon, need to find the missing ingredients in order to free her father from Etan.

But what could the missing ingredient be?

And will she be willing to sacrifice her life if they don't find it before time runs out?

©2016 Adrienne Woods (P)2017 Tantor

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FOR THE LOVE OF BLUEBERRIES WHAT A SERIES!!

This was my favorite series ever!!!! I have never listened to a five series book back to back. The story line had great twists and turns. Some great and some heartbreaking, but you actually LIVED with it through the characters instead of just listening to a book. I still think about this series and their world. It is very rare this day and age to get as immersed into a book and actually "feel" their world. My only problem was when Kris Koscheski played Blake. Kris Koscheski is one of my favorite narrators, but not in this series. Erin Moon had all the characters to perfection.! I heartily recommend this book to anyone!!

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I laughed, cried, my soul hurt & healed reading.

I listened to all 5 books in 2 weeks. I couldn't stop. I cried, laughed, enjoyed shopping trips, dragon flights and fights. Mrs. Wood writes life not stories. she lets us see her characters as people we could be best friends with or hate. I have never loved a series more than Tamora Pierce's books...I found a new author to enjoy for years to come.

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Amazing

This book was 21 hours long and I only wish that it could have gone on and not stopped. What an awesome and heartbreaking (in the best way) series. My only complaint is that there are no more on audible yet. Please get the rest of them on here asap!!

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loved it!

amazingly written! epically preformed! I listened to it 3 times and it still makes me cry!

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Ugh! So frustrating!

The story line for this one is pretty good as is the nararrator. But Elana is such a fudging idiot through most of the book that at times I wish she wasn't the MC and could be killed off. She and her attitude/beliefs frustrate me to no end and I just want to shake the stupid out of her. Her stupidity at points just throws you out of the story. Yes she had stupid moments in all the other books too but it's so overwhelming in this book as almost every thought and decision she makes in this one is idiotic. If I hadn't invested all the time I already have in this series I would have not finished this book.

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Great Premise, Horrible Execution

Loved the idea of dragons and riders. The world, at times, was beautiful written but I could not stand the main character. I thought there would be some more character development with Elena but she had none. The only useful thing she did was guide people and what happened at the end otherwise she was just a girl with teenage angst. I hated how she never knew anything and never tried to let anyone explain, like ever. Her inner dialogue was just incredibly annoying as she kept trying to convince us, the readers, of something that was obviously going to be the complete opposite. Blake on the other hand was lovely. He grew and changed. He had patience and overall, his development was handled much better.

There was just too much drama and unnecessary repeated information.

Erin Moon was such an amazing performer. Her voices were spot on and I loved how unique she was able to make characters.

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Can't keep the story straight

At the end of the last book Elaina used the pink kiss to threaten the elders but now all of a sudden she has to be taught keep the story straight already because most of the story is not to bad.

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Excellent!

Really loved this story. I did not want it to end. great writing and characters.

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Great story, but I still need closure

I really liked this series, in spite of Elena's constant whining. I don't think I've ever rolled my eyes a a protagonist that much. But I feel like I still have questions and I didn't get enough closure.

***spoilers***
It's frustrating that half of the deaths happen "off screen." She's just told that all of these people die and that's it. I mean, we didn't even get to see the villain die, we're just told that he's dead.
And who the heck are Connor and Marricka (not sure how to spell it)? Did they really warn the king about who would betray him? Did we find out and I somehow missed it? Why couldn't her mother talk to her in her dreams, but Lucian could (I really kept waiting for that to be explained)? What happened with the wyverns? I find it hard to believe they wouldn't have fought even after their "king" was dead. How did Paul and Nora get past the creepers when Gorrin couldn't? Who actually cast the creepers? Elena speculates that it was her mother, but that theory is never confirmed. Like I said, great story, but I still have too many unanswered questions.

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dangerous, devastating, loving, comedic genius!

Loved strong character, plot twists, romance, Will depicted. Very awesome storyline. can't wait to see more!

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  • Sarah Abbott
  • 05-25-18

Loved the whole series

Once I started I could not put Elena, Blake, Lucian, Becky and Sammie down. Definitely worth a listen if you like supernatural young adult fiction. Can’t recommend it enough. 👍🏻

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  • Theresa M.
  • 05-11-18

The Dragonian series

I got to hear the first 5 book through audible. I was glued to this series right from the first page of the first book. So you might understand that i was so disappointed that the rest of this series including the .5’s books are not yet out on audible. I have smiled at some of the parts of the books as well as shed tears as friends and loved one’s have died. Please put the rest of the books in this series on audible as soon as you can including the .5s books. Looking forward to hearing all the books in this series and listening again to all when i have the complete set.

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  • Sharon
  • 12-05-17

Moving

These books had me laughing out loud one minute and having a few tears the next. It was so magical, I loved it