Publish date: May 3rd 2011
Pages no: 387
Edition language: English
Series: Age of Fire (#2)
1.5 starsIt starts off exactly the same as the first book, with dragons hatching, but from the point of view of AuRon's sister, Wistala. So the beginning of the book is a complete rehash of events we already know. Then the rest of the book is really, really boring. I liked the first one alright but ...
I enjoyed this second story in the series. Although this story did not continue on from the first, I enjoyed finding out what had happened to the other dragons from the first story. There were a lot of things that were touched on briefly in the first book that got a better explanation in the second...
The second book in the series switches dragons, moving from the "champion male hatchling" and his story (the champion being the male that survived and/or drove off all other male hatchlings) to the sister hatchling. I rather liked the first book but, in a way, that was a problem with my ability to g...
Follows the other sibling who survived the initial assault by the Firewheel dwarves. This book seemed to really bring home just how chaotic everything is. Nations falling apart, uprisings, villages becoming new kingdoms, etc, etc. And lots of betrayal. It made my wonder why the dragons hadn't se...
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