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Summary

Are you still human if your father was a dragon?

Even though Captain Trip always knew he was a little odd, he’s still shocked by the revelation that the elder gold dragon, Agarrenon Shivar, sired him. It’s time, however, to accept reality and learn to use his power, even if it alienates him from his magic-fearing friends - and the woman he’s come to care about. With enemy dragons threatening to kill or enslave everyone in his homeland, he has no choice.

But even if he becomes a great sorcerer, it won’t be enough to fight off all the dragons threatening Iskandia, so Trip suggests a mission to General Zirkander. He wants to lead a team, with the scholarly Lieutenant Ravenwood’s help, to locate his sire. Agarrenon Shivar, once respected and feared by his own kind, may be the perfect ally for Iskandia - if Trip can talk him into siding with humanity.

Just one problem: The ancient dragon hasn’t been seen for thousands of years, and Trip has no idea how his long-dead mother found him.

©2018 Lindsay Buroker (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Underwhelmed

Not as good as book 1 & 2, not much happens for most of the book and Trip really needs to act like a man rather than hesitating to use his power until one of his friends get killed and stop mooning over the girl and focus on the mission. It's annoying how he acts like a boy all the time even after all the experience he had. I feel more things need to happen in one book to make it more engaging but it was a good read and I look forward to next book.

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  • Catherine A Casey
  • 06-07-18

Great story

It was awesome to listen to this story. I feel kind sad for Trip in this story. But I'm excited to hear what is happening in the world with dragons. The narrator was awesome and did a excellent job.