Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $3.99 shipping
+ $3.99 shipping
+ $3.99 shipping
Dragon Blood (A Novel of the Lupi) Mass Market Paperback – January 2, 2018
|New from||Used from|
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
Praise for the Novels of the Lupi
“Grabs you on the first page and never lets go. Strong characters, believable world building, and terrific storytelling . . . I really, really loved this book.”—Patricia Briggs, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Silence Fallen
“As intense as it is sophisticated, a wonderful novel of strange magic, fantastic realms, and murderous vengeance that blend together to test the limits of fate-bound lovers.”—Lynn Viehl, New York Times bestselling author of the Darkyn series
“Eileen Wilks writes what I like to read.”—Linda Howard, New York Times bestselling author of Troublemaker
“I remember Eileen Wilks’s characters long after the last page is turned.”—Kay Hooper, New York Times bestselling author of the Bishop / Special Crimes Unit Novels
“Seamlessly [weaves] fast-paced action and strong characters in a fantastic blend of entertainment.”—A Book Obsession
“[A] great read, one that I highly recommend to urban fantasy readers.”—Rabid Reads
About the Author
Eileen Wilks is the New York Times bestselling author of the Novels of the Lupi, including Dragon Spawn, Mind Magic, and Unbinding. She is also a three-time RITA Award finalist and the recipient of a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times.
Top customer reviews
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
But the book was primarily another chapter in a drawn out story line which is increasingly uninteresting. Lily is in another strange realm with dangerous people and Rule is trying to find her. Eventually he does, big fight ensues, lots of magic, they get out of this realm alive but the Great Bitch is still as dangerous as ever but then we have to wait for the next book. Throw in a few dragons and magical axioms and that is the story. Maybe I just missed Cullen.
I see that some reviewers have said it ends on a cliff hanger; this isn't exactly true. Unlike the last book, which did end on a true cliffhanger, this episode is resolved, but the larger story does continue and the ending points us that way.
So we knew that that the children were stolen, but Gan can do some inter-realm traveling. They're brought into Dragonhome, where people speak Chinese. I absolutely loved that Madame Yu was a major character in this book. She's always been Lily's very mysterious grandmother with a rich past, and now we get to learn all about her and dragons.
I was so relieved when they rescued the children, and I loved how the relationship between Rule and Madame Yu blossomed. I thought that she did a good examination of sociopathic dragons who lacked empathy. I was also interested in Reno's role in the book. The GB is unfortunately still around as our major antagonist, so we'll see that continue to go on.
Oh, and if you haven't read Originally Human (World of the Lupi) by Eileen Wilks, you should read that to understand the end and a very short bit somewhere in the middle of the book.
I received a review copy from NetGalley and have left an honest review.
I was looking forward to this book tying up some loose ends. I did not expect the series to be over, but wanted some of the loose ends tied up. I am not a fan of cliff hangers. I picked this book up knowing the last one ended this way. I have to agree with one of the other reviewers that it felt like Ms. Wilks jammed in a chapter showing the baddies in the US and a chapter with friends or allies of the lupi in their war with the Great Bitch. They were jolting in the story she was telling now. I know she wanted to set up the next book, but....
She did not leave this one a cliff hanger. The action with the main characters of Rule, Lily, Grandmother, Gan, and Cynna, went mostly along quickly. I could have done without the description of the food they were eating. However, the book did resolve the problems from the previous books, but, in the last 2 pages, left unanswered questions for the next one.
Will I buy the next book? Yes, because I do like the characters. But I do hope Ms. Wilks drops the cliff hanger endings.
Most recent customer reviews
I have to be honest here. I wasn’t a HUGE fan of this book.Read more