The Dragon Throne

Alveria Dragon Akademy, Book 3
Narrated by: Rebekah Nemethy
Series: Alveria Dragon Akademy, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 10 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (91 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Whispers of war become a battle cry in this epic series finale.

Invasion is imminent. Skirmishes have erupted all across Alveria’s borders, but the lingering effects of the sickness have left the dragon guard weakened. Unprepared for a strike at the heart of the kingdom, difficult alliances must now be made to protect them all.

Circumstances at the Akademy are no better. Kaelan Younger’s attempts to learn more about her renegade father and the Terra dragon fighting for the enemy are complicated by tapestries that refuse to reveal their secrets. And when the queen’s efforts to stop the war involve Prince Lasaro, Kaelan is forced to confront the growing feelings she has for her dragon.

Their only hope to stem the tide of war is to find the long-forgotten Standing Stones and harness its ancient power. It is there that Kaelan and Lasaro’s love will face the greatest test.

And one will make the ultimate sacrifice.

©2019 Relay Publishing (P)2019 Relay Publishing

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She finds her power

This is the eleventh book I’ve read/listened to by this author and I would listen to anything she writes. Her storylines are somewhat original, uncomplicated yet not lacking in plot, characters are well fleshed out and engaging. In this book, we get what is I believe the conclusion to this storyline. I suppose there is potential for continuing with these characters, but their plight until now has come to an end. There is no surprising twist. The book finished exactly as I thought it would, however I thoroughly enjoyed getting there. This is the third book I’ve listened to by this narrator ( Rebekah Nemethy ) and I would listen to anything she narrates. Her voice acting is excellent and she brings life to the story so that I feel the character’s angst. Her character voices are distinct and she and imparts personality to each one. There are no explicit sex scenes, excessive violence or swearing. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and voluntarily left this unbiased review. Please feel free to comment on whether you found my review helpful.

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A fitting finale to an eventful series!

I think the conclusion to this tale has been obvious for some time, but when royal family and matters of state are concerned, well it has to be complicated. On saying all this, the story, with both romance and drama included, together with riots, Dragon shifters, healers and off course the Royalty component. Well with that mixture it's bound to be a good story, you say. Wrong, it's a Great story!

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rushed but fairy tale ending

narrator was good but the story was slow but also rushed. spots were repetitive, foreshadowing that lead nowhere at all. A lack luster triumphant return and asscention. Less of the heroine sulking over her father repeatedly chapter after chapter would have been good. Then she finally takes Dragonform and breathes lightning not fire and it's basically given zero recognition ; similar to the final fight being seemingly brushed off. so many missed opportunities by this author it seems and that's too bad.

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Yay!

The ending was great! Did not disappoint! Love Happy Ending with both of them! Must listen to find out!

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the dragon throne

I really enjoyed the book it flowed well the story was interesting add happy ending you can't go wrong with dragons and magic it really worked for me I recommend it

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YA Fantasy Dragon Romance

I didn't read the first two books and admittedly this book would be a lot better if you had started from the beginning. However, the author did a great job filling in the necessary information throughout the story to not leave me confused. There was plenty of action, some mystery and yes romance. This is a little heavier in romance then most cozy novels but still nothing explicit so I would place it as a middle school and up level read. I really enjoy the fantasy Dragon based stories and felt this one was unique and a lot of fun, it may have been a little predictable at times but the entertaining way it was written made up for it. The narrator did a great job and I enjoyed listening to it. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Read the others first, but then this one is good!

I was given this book for free in exchange for an honest review. I like the book because I like dragons and this book had them. I don't think you should start with this book if you haven't read the others, but even on its own, this was a good book!

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Toooo predictable... Toooo mushie...

For me, book three was not nearly as good as the first two by far. By the third chapter I knew exactly how it would end. I continued to listen but alas, there were not great surprises or twist in the end. Also, the whole "forbiden love" thing got way old real fast; to the point it seemed as if this were a romance novel vs a fight for there lives dragon book. Every chapter the author droned on and on about how the main characters bodies tingled whenever they got near one another. That coupled with the shear predictably of this book made this book drag to also a hault for me and made it hard to finish.

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Graduation into war

Kaelan and Lasaro are continuing their trying year at the akademy. Their relationship has been tested and damaged. In order to survive the year, let alone the brewing war, they will need to pull together more than ever, The story was very well done, but there were a few moments when it drifted into young adult territory. Older and wiser adults burying their heads in the sand for the students to solve the issues. I really did enjoy this series and highly recommend it! I did receive a review copy of this audible book in exchange for a review.

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Good book

Another great addition to the series. I love the dragons and characters and the story flows nicely.