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Summary

Can Tor bring final peace to Ko'Torenth and the Dominion?  

A new series by USA Today best-selling author, Sarah K. L. Wilson.  

In this last installment of Dragon Chameleon, Tor Winespring fights for peace, hope, and the future of baby dragons. And who wouldn't want to listen about that? 

Perfect for dragon lovers everywhere, Dragon Chameleon: Color of Victory is the last episode of Dragon Chameleon. The adventure concludes when you click "buy" today!

©2019 Sarah K. L. Wilson (P)2020 Sarah K. L. Wilson

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Excellent conclusion

Really enjoyed this final book in the series, really ties things together. The narrator again does an excellent job! Definitely recommend this series!

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Dragon Chameleon: Colour of Victory

Dragon Chameleon: Colour of Victory is book 12 in the series (the last book) and continues straight from where the last book finished . It is all coming to a head. Tor is still discovering more of his new abilities. The story is full of action, fights for survival with lots of twists and turns . I really enjoyed listening to it and the end of the story I really enjoyed Thor getting more responsibilities (your will have to read/listen to, to find out) lol. This is a good conclusion to the series and it could lead to other story's if Sarah wishes to write them. Looking for other books from Sarah.

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  • Jena
  • 29-07-20

Highly Reccomend!!

My son and I loved this series!! start with dragon School and then listen to this one! We loved seeing all of our "old friends" show up throughout these books! We laughed, we cried, we were on the edges of our seats!!!

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  • Cleocutie
  • 10-06-20

Great ending to the series

Good conclusion to a great series. It has Tor finally grown into his self and totally committed to fighting for a cause other than himself. The story is bittersweet, but really good and really makes you feel the thoughts and feelings of the characters along the way.

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  • 05-06-20

Nice happy ending to the series

I really enjoyed this series. I love how through the whole story the hero constantly says "I'm no hero." It was a clean, humorous fantasy adventure. There was a bit of violence in this part of the story, as is to be expected in an epic battle.
I think my teenager would also enjoy listening to this series. This last book provided a nice conclusion to the story, which was nice after 11 cliffhangers. Personally I would have preferred a single long book instead of a dozen mini books.