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Kingdom of the Last Dragons (The Farloft Chronicles) (Volume 2) Paperback – July 5, 2014
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Theresa Snyder is a very old soul. People with ‘the sight’ say she radiates a rich golden aura. She has known many lives and many dragons, but Farloft the dragon has always tracked her journey through time and space to be ever at her side. In this era of technology Theresa and Farloft are endeavoring to bring their knowledge of both past and present lives of dragons to light. Theresa loves to travel, but makes her home in Oregon where her elder father and she share a home and the maintenance of the resident cat, wild birds, squirrels, garden, and occasional dragon houseguest.
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when i finished it, i just had to go and get the next. What an amazing story with a wizard, becoming bad, Kings, Nights, Soldiers, healers and more.
And of course the old dragon, Farloft and the young James. Just learning to fly.
So, what happen to James, the boy? Well, find out.
A story not only for children, since i am... well not a child. And i loved it.
#Farloft the Dragon is as delightful as ever (it was his big personality on Twitter that drew me to this series.) Like its predecessor, this book ends on a suspenseful note which encourages you to read further in the series.
However, I was disappointed with how the wizard plot line turned out. In the first book, the wizard is more of a gray character; you see he's a jerk, but you feel sorry for him too. In this book, he shifts from being a gray character to being a more pure evil character. I liked it better when there was a sense of both sides having sinned in the dragon-wizard conflict. I was rooting for that complex & troubled relationship to be healed, and I was disappointed.
I also really enjoyed the conflict that arose midway through this story. Overall, this felt like a great continuation of the first story, and I look forward to finding out what happens next. Maybe James will learn how to breathe fire!
These stories bring everything a young reader or a dragon fan would love. It is refreshing now and then to find a dragon who is not all about devouring maidens and flaming villages. Well, unless there is a purpose to such flaming displays.
I found the continuation of the storylines and the dragon's stories entrancing while the book still had its own short plot to resolve. These will be stories my grandchildren will absolutely love and will remain in my library for their use.