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- Print Length: 296 pages
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- Publisher: Mathias Publishing; 6 edition (December 21, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 21, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PQRJGUM
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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M.R. Mathias is a master at world building and is so good with creative descriptions that you can almost feel the wind whipping through your hair as you soar along on the back of a dragon. -- Readers Favorite Awards review of M. R. Mathias's 2015 "Gold Medal" Award Winning novel "Blood and Royalty" from The Dragoneer Saga"
"There are few writers in the genre of fantasy that can equal the creative mind of M.R. Mathias - now acknowledged as a master in this genre of dragons and dwarves, and magic, and spells, and all aspects of fantasy."-- Top 100, Hall of Fame, Vine Voice, Book Reviewer, Grady Harp
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The tale of Dragoneers keeping the world from falling into disrepute has spread across the lands, and now the mad King Richard is on his way back, attempting to retake the lands he was forced from by his brother and their families. With a touch of insanity, he and the Nightcrawler are terrorising the islands and attempting to make Jenka's life a living hell.
This story is short, taking me less than eight hours of solid reading to get through it, and I was hooked from the start. Dragons, elves, battles between good and evil? Who wouldn't love that? Well-written and a wonderful pace, clearly the artwork of a master.
The characters are lively and realistic, people you would depend on if your life was in danger (Well, all but Richard). Jenka, Amelia and Clover are weird, March is solid and ready for anything, and the wyrms seem happy to go along for the ride. I loved Zah's role in the story, and Jericho's steadfast kingishness. And for hell;s sake, who let the nine-year-old wield a magic sword?
With a graceful and heart-breaking ending, this is definitely one story you will want to read, and I will definitely be looking out for others in the series!
Honestly, I don’t think I can give a concise summary of a sixth and final book in a series if I wanted to. But this is obviously where the human fecal matter collides with the air circulating machine, and it pits King Richard against pretty much everyone that you have come to know and love in this series. And it’s not even that simple, either. Even though this is the final book in the series, it does not stop the author from introducing even more terrifying foes for the protagonists to tangle with amidst everything else. Who will live? Who will die? Find out in the thrilling conclusion of The Dragoneers Saga! That last part should be read in your best radio announcer voice…
Endings are hard. For every incredible ending to a story (The Dark Tower series, Breaking Bad), there are terrible endings (That show where it was all in that kid with the snowglobe’s mind?). They are obviously not an easy thing to write, both in execution, and actually bringing yourself to write it. I mean, come on, you CREATED these characters and this story, now you’re supposed to close the book on them, literally? While I have a feeling that we will see the characters in future works, I have to say that this is a hugely satisfying ending to an already fantastic series.
I would not really suggest jumping onto this series with this volume, but I would absolutely recommend you checking this book out, if you are a Tolkien fan, or a fantasy fan in general. Both the series, and this final volume, are a very enjoyable read from start to finish.
Being honest, dragon and sorcery fantasy have never been my favorite genre to dive into. I prefer readings that are at least slightly more realistic and, at times, the genre does not offer the character development that is necessary for a novel to truly grab the reader. However, Blood and Royalty by M R Mathias far exceeded my expectations in the genre. The characters are fully developed and the settings are described with some of the best language I have read in some time. While I did not read the other books in the series there were some parts of the story that were lost on me, but this did not create plot holes that were troublesome enough to distract me from the action and adventure that was taking place on the page. Grammatically the story flows easily and it is clear that the author and editor took time to make sure the novel was polished and edited correctly.