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WARNING: This fast-paced story is one of those actioners that is impossible to put down once you are swept into and captured by its fantastic world. The characters are so believable, that you feel you are right there with them in their joys and struggles; urging them on to overcome their flaws, wanting to help them in the conflicts thrust upon them; rejoicing in the triumphs of the good and cringing at the plotting and heartlessness of the wicked.
I am SO going to read the next volume in this series! Author: PLEASE HURRY!
Reviewed by Robert Dennis Wilson
Author of "THE DRAGON'S BACK" Fantasy Trilogy
and the "EARTH - THE ARENA" Sci-Fi series
He takes you into a fantasy world we all need to go to from time to time, in order to escape from reality for a while. He grips you with his excellent plot leading to very surprising events. CD, being a former B52 pilot, knows what he's talking about and draws heavily from his 32 years experience in the Air Force, from air force procedures and training to actual warfare.
What I also like from his book is that it's something to read for the whole family, any age group. It seems that he classifies it as Religious Fantasy. I would rather classify it as "Science Fantasy", although it has a spiritual side, thereby maybe broadening his market. Fact is, it's a great read for anyone.
Well done CD, all in all a good work of fiction, whatever the classification.
Susah, a daughter of Noah, must negotiate her way through the challenges every young woman must face, but she does not yet know how high the stakes are. As if coming of age were not enough of a challenge, she chooses to do so while in pursuit of a career in a male-dominated military special ops analogue: the Dragoneer corps. So you see how full Sutherland's hands are with this story, and you really should find out how well he sorts it all out.
"The Dragoneers" stands as a pioneer in its genre--whatever that is, exactly--and includes a surprisingly rich spiritual subtext with top rate characters and plot.
Sutherland's conception of the days of Noah boggle the mind and the monsters found within it are loathesome. The Creator God shines above all else especially in the bravery of a young woman, Susah, the daughter of ... no, I will not spoil that for you because I recommend that you read this book.