When forced to choose between safety with the dragon organization Talon and being hunted forever as an outcast, Ember Hill chose to stand with Riley and his band of rogue dragons rather than become an assassin for Talon. She's lost any contact with her twin brother, Dante, a Talon devotee, as well as Garret, the former-enemy soldier who challenged her beliefs about her human side. As Ember and Riley hide and regroup to fight another day, Garret journeys alone to the United Kingdom, birthplace of the ancient and secret Order of St. George, to spy on his former brothers and uncover deadly and shocking secrets that will shake the foundations of dragons and dragon-slayers alike, placing them all in imminent danger as Talon's new order rises.
©2016 Julie Kagawa (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
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"Now we're talkin'"
Initially I felt that the Talon series was more of a young adult series. Let me assure everyone that it's a good listen for anyone!
"Better than the first two books!"
I thought this book was better than the first two! Excited to see where the next one goes.
"One twist after another...."
Excellent story! It kept me enthralled. This book brought new depth to the characters. I can't wait for the next book!
"a must buy great saga"
I am a trucker I listen to books most my days this set has a great story great voices and well delivered can't wait for the rest of the books
"OMG loved it"
loved it and can't wait for the next one. ember is going to be something fierce!!
"OMG So many reveals"
High, high, high! Best book of the Talon Saga yet.
I love Caitlin Davies.
My only issue is waiting for the next one to come out. Really Great book. 😊
"What a book!"
Loved the book! Good vs. Evil, right vs. wrong.....the story is written by who ever wins. I can't wait to see who ends up winning!
"Way to much teenage angst"
I've listen to all three books in the series and I wish I had bothered to write a review on book two. I did love the first in the series but as I made my way through book three, I began to remember how Ember's whining just about drove me up a wall. OK so she's a teenager and that's what teenage girls can be like but it was just about enough for me and I won't be bothered with the next in the series. So I just looked back to see who this book was for and it was for teens - 11 to 13. OK my bad, I should have paid more attention
"Heroes should always live on"
If the end of soldier continues in the book to come. I will read only the next one.
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