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This book does leave you hanging at the end and you cant wait to read the next book in the series.
This book is 2-3 for me; ending with 2 because I had to force myself to read the last ~70 pages just to get to the end... only to find it doesn't really end.
Characters are very easy to relate to and the plot it sufficiently developed to keep one's interest engaged.
Love this series! Great historical fiction mixed with fantasy, intrigue & science iction. Can't wait for more chapters in this genre!Published 3 months ago by Charlene Cohen
Draconic warfare goes on. Be entertained by the historical era of Napoleon Bonaparte and his conquest of Europe, and his enemies, the Russians. In the middle of it... dragons! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Haavard Bjoernelv
I have never been one to like military or historically based fiction, but I found myself even enjoying this book greatly, racing to read more chapters "to see what happens next". Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Not as exciting or informative as books 1 & 2. Seemed to drag a bit then rush to end. I will read #4 as I am hooked.Published 5 months ago by Robin Schultz
Book three of this series was as we'll written as the first two. I thoroughly enjoyed this book, and I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a pseudo fantasy style writing.Published 6 months ago by John T. Omlor
For me Book 2 (Throne of Jade) wasn't as good as the first Temeraire book. Too much of the political intrigue and too much time spent travelling around. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Michael J. Arbuckle Jr.
I am enthralled by this series. This one did not disappoint! I think I'm addicted... I'm on to the next!!!Published 8 months ago by Michele J Hirsch
I struggled to get through the second book in the series, which dragged on *forever*, but I'm glad I made it to the third. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Aubrei
I enjoyed reading the history and the way she gave the dragons intelligence and feelings. Very suspenseful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Beverly M. Mckeon