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- Print Length: 231 pages
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- Publisher: Elemental Pea (October 31, 2014)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00P44J968
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #803,151 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Being a dragon rider is an honor, and the girls and women in the dragon rider program are expected to become strong. Targa has been following in her mother’s footsteps in developing her diamond heart, locking up her reactions to seeing her Sisters in the program devoured by dragons who suddenly turn rogue. But ultimately she feels responsible for them, for the dwarves who support the riders, and for her home of Astrea, the city in the sky. Her training in fighting, movement and wind talking serves her well when she suddenly becomes the Elder Sister of her group, but she quickly finds herself bucking the program by questioning whether the Steering Committee’s recruitment approach (accepting applicants whose families can pay the most) is really the best. When Naxan and Zilna come on board, she realizes that their unique talents might salvage the program. But as her commitment is questioned, she is forced to choose—does she protect the ones she is responsible for, or submit to dangerous politics?
Milewski’s world sucked me in almost immediately, and the imperfections in Targa’s diamond heart kept me coming back to see what she would do. The world is intricate and complex; lovers of fantasy will be fascinated with the unique settings and peoples. The action-filled plot moves quickly with plenty of twists and turns. At times I wished things had been explained a little earlier, but those things that became clear later were powerful marks of a brilliant fantasy world that really leave you thinking. My main criticism is that it ended it when it did—when’s the next one coming out?!