New York Times best-selling author Michelle Sagara returns to the city of Elantra with a thrilling tale rife with ancient magic, assassination attempts, and political intrigue.
Private Kaylin Neya already has Dragons and Barrani as roommates. Adding one injured, flightless Aerian to her household should be trivial. Sure, the Aerian is Sergeant Moran dar Carafel, but Kaylin's own sergeant is a Leontine, the definition of growly and fanged. She can handle one Aerian.
But when a walk to the Halls of Law becomes a street-shattering magical assassination attempt on the sergeant, Kaylin discovers that it's not the guest who's going to be the problem: it's all of the people who suddenly want Moran dar Carafel dead. And though Moran refuses to tell her why she's being targeted, Kaylin is determined to discover her secret and protect her at all costs - even if keeping Moran safe means dealing with Aerian politics, angry dragons, and something far more sinister.
©2016 Michelle Sagara (P)2016 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited.
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"Great story line."
This was one of the best stories in the series. I loved it. It was over too soon for me.
"When is the next one coming?"
Love the story cannot wait for the next one just cannot get enough of it. Finished it in two days Michelle is one of my favorite writers great combinations with the same narrator
"You MUST Read These in Order! And this is truly YA! . . . 😱"
5 stars is great.
4 stars is good.
3 stars is OK.
I started the series with this book. (Dated 2016). HUGE MISTAKE!
Read these in order to even have a chance to sort out these various characters with various powers. Even then this is marginal character development full of inconsistent behavior and is generally a young girls heroine YA mush-mash. IMHO NOT for adults. I make these comments having purchased and listened to the initial book in this series, Cast in Shadow.(dated 2011) _______________________________________😱
"hard to follow"
Perhaps it is because I am listening rather than reading, but something about the story or way it is read makes it hard to understand what they are on about at times. I still have no idea what some of the plot twists meant.
"The Best Yet!!"
This book has a lot more advancing of plot and even action then most of the rest of the series. It makes for a nice change, and there were so many good moments, that as of right now, this is my favorite book in the series.
Cast in Flight features the Aerians, Kaylin's favorite race and the ones who mostly raised her from the time she was 13. It was nice to see Kaylin realize that even through her idolization of the Aerians, they too are "human" some are good, some are evil and everyone makes mistakes. Just like the rest of the races of Elantra, the Aerians have a rich and varied culture that I enjoyed learning about.
We also got to see of more of the Eternal Emperor which was exciting. I look forward to the next installment.
"another great installment!"
i love this series, it never lets you down. the only problem is that the books don't come out fast enough! i'd also like to see the length doubled or tripled...lol great narration, wonderful story line, great job with the characters personalities...no cons at all with this series.
Love this series and the reader brings it to life. my only sadness is that I wanted so much more story and it is a year till the next installment
"Another enjoyable story of Kaylan's life"
As with al the Elantra series books, the narration is great. I'm glad they have kept Khristine Hvam. I can't wait to listen to Michelle Sagara's next book!
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