Rowen Locke has won the battle. But from the shadows comes an ancient enemy - a calculating and merciless foe who has been waiting centuries for the chance to strike. Despite all he has already suffered and sacrificed, Rowen finds himself mired in a war bigger and more terrible than anything he could have imagined.
The world's only hope lies in Knightswrath, whose hard-won powers he has only begun to understand, let alone control. Calling upon unlikely new allies, Rowen must raise an army to defeat the vengeful Dragonkin before everything he loves becomes a smoldering ruin.
©2015 Michael Meyerhofer (P)2016 Red Adept Publishing, LLC
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"impressive at every level"
enjoyed more than I expected. interesting magic, violent societies, no one has clean hands making all characters love and hateable. good stuff throughout all three books.
"A Great End to the Trilogy.."
This book is the conclusion to The Dragonkin Trilogy.
The story line had a difficult battle and a new enemy and further character development.
There was suspense, action, a swinging sword, and compelling teamwork.
I don't want to give too much away in this book either, but I will say it was a Satisfying Great End to the Trilogy.
Craig Beck did well with the narration.
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"An Excellent Conclusion to the Dragonkin Trilogy"
Kingsteel takes all of the events from the first two books and wraps everything up nice and neat, giving a satisfying conclusion to this epic fantasy trilogy. I’ve enjoyed this epic fantasy trilogy more than most due to the originality of everything. The author created a unique story, environment, races, and magic system, but what I enjoyed most was the unique and diverse cast of characters, who I’ve grown attached to throughout the trilogy. The characters act in realistic and believable ways, and even the antagonists are easy to get attached to. The only problem I had with this novel is that the narrator would pause in the middle of a sentence and that would break my sense of immersion. I didn’t notice it in the first two novels, and thankfully, I didn’t notice it throughout the whole novel, just in a few specific parts. Overall, the narrator did a good job giving unique and distinct voices to all the different characters and varying his volume based on what was happening in the book. This book and the trilogy as a whole are definite worth a listen.
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"Manual on how to butcher a Good Story"
There are so many things wrong with this last book of the Dragonkin trilogy that its hard to list them all but I shall try.
1. Mistakes in the story. For example One moment a character is sitting and then the next line is: takes a step towards.
2. To much focus on minor story lines and inner monologue and not enough dedication to the main story.
3. The Most useless and whingy Hero it has been my misfortune to read about.
4. The ending leaves you wondering if someone cut 500 pages out of the book and didn't tell you about it.
5. To many repetitive explanations. How many times do we have to know a certain fact before we understand that its an important fact.
6: No Character evolvement. Rather more character Devolvement. The Rowen in this last book is a boring 2 dimensional character that you really dont care what happens too.
Michael Meyerhofer is a great writer. Yes, it seems odd for me to say this but he is. I have no idea what went wrong with books 2 and 3 of the Dragonkin Trilogy because book one was a well built universe and persona gallery with only minor annoyances.
Craig Beck did a great job on the Narration. Cadence and volume seems good.
Im sad to say..No..
I will keep my eye on Micheal Meyerhofer in the hopes he will grow into his own and that we will some time in the future have a Fantasy writer that he gave us the hope he was in Watchfire (Book one of this Trilogy)
Too many fight scenes left out, what the hell man. you had room for 4 or five good books, the ending sucked a big one.
This story started off well, but the characters never fully developed. The author needs to learn how to let a lead character develop in the story which never happened. The lead character "Loke" irritated me the whole story. He just fumbled around from one mess up to another which makes it unbelievable that he didn't get killed off from the beginning. And the end of the trilogy, snoozer. What a waste of three credits.
"Amazing conclusion to the series"
Never been a fantasy book reader in the past but this series has had me totally hooked. Craig Beck does a great job of bringing the conclusion of Rowan Locke's journey to an exciting end
"lost the script"
main hero devolves by the ening of this book I was hoping he would quit whining and die. best character in the whole story was Royse and he dies like a idiot
the final book of this trilogy felt very rushed unfortunately. From the beginning you could sense that there could have been 2 more books explaining the more of the story in detail. Very sad to see something that started so great end like this.
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