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Dragon Strike: Book Four of the Age of Fire Paperback – December 2, 2008
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From Publishers Weekly
The entertaining fourth Age of Fire novel (after 2007's Dragon Outcast) reunites three dragon siblings in a land at the threshold of major change. When scaleless AuRon the Gray hears rumors of his long-lost sister, Wistala, he leaves his family on the Isle of Ice to search for her. Their paths cross in Lavadome, where their outcast brother, RuGaard, now rules. Although some blame RuGaard for a recent food blight, the more likely source is Ghioz's masked Red Queen, who wants to make Lavadome part of her empire. Brought together by chance, the siblings must overcome their differences and persuade rival nations to stand together against the Red Queen's forces. Knight turns the familiar features of epic fantasy upside down in this unique world of medieval politics and ancient magic seen through the eyes of dragons. (Dec.)
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It is clear that Mr. Knight devoted all his time to the more lucrative vampire books he must have been writing at the same time. I haven't read any of those, so it is also possible that maybe he just had a good idea for this series (written from a dragon's perspective, which is somewhat alien), and just isn't that good a writer.
The way the series went by the time i got to this book i thought i had it all figured out, and that the story was going to go one way.
A fetch quest sort of thing, but i was utterly lost at the twist the author put on his Clever writing that i almost got lost on what was going on.
Read it for yourselves and see what i mean ^_^'