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- Publication Date : June 19, 2020
- File Size : 6408 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 465 pages
- Publisher : Voyager.World (June 19, 2020)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B08BK646Y6
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Not enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #155,519 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Then the action starts, and Rowley does an excellent job of painting a vivid picture without using unecessary information or annoying levels detail. Battledragon combat is the most fun of any i’ve read in any genre (personal feeling).
It's pathetic, and frankly, I've come to hate it. Enter Bazil Broketail.
Bazil and Relkin are anything BUT pathetic. You won't find these two constantly running for their lives from overpowering forces that they should have easily defeated except for some dumb mistake they made. No no. Bazil is a two ton battle dragon who runs from no one (well, almost), sword champion of the Legion, and always ready for a fight. Relkin is his dragonboy (and much more, but lets not give everything away, shall we?) and the ultimate survivor. Together they lead the other members of the 109th dragon squad into one tight spot after another, usually saving one of Relkin's many female companions (his libido may be his most potent enemy) and defeating (that's right, defeating, not running and hiding from) countless powerful enemies and enemy forces as they struggle to defend Argonath against their almost godlike enemies and their hordes of evil minions. All the while readers will enjoy the unique brand of back and forth humor developed by the dragons, in their constant quest for more and more interesting food, and their boys who strive to keep them focused on the task at hand (and full).
Think of it as Lord of the Rings. Except, in addition to a bunch of hobbits and weakling humans, you have 10 giant dragons. There won't be any hiding under trees while the enemy passes for THESE heros. Even separated and alone in vast enemy kingdoms, Bazil and Relkin are never victims, and their enemies quickly learn to regret thinking them helpless simply because they are few in number.
So for anyone else, like me, who has gotten sick of reading 450 pages of filler in order to get to the last 50 pages where the hero actually acts heroic, give this series a go. It wont disappoint, I promise!