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- Print Length: 267 pages
- Publisher: DragonKey Press (April 29, 2018)
- Publication Date: April 29, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079K6X1T8
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Anwen, Tyler, Courtney and Walter are back in this third installment and they are in trouble yet again. A vision has been reoccurring, a vast base of hundreds, maybe thousands of Revenants are on their way to attack the dragons in their weakened state. Still abiding by the prophecy, the four must get together and figure out the best plan of action to find the lost mages. Only their numbers will provide hope for their future that doesn’t end in destruction. With Courtney stays behind to begin training the dragon mages alongside the dragons, Anwen, Tyler and Walter go in search of the lost mages that follow the one called the Walker. Little clues lead them to their next destination, but even if they find them…will there be enough to cause a shift in the war that they have already foreseen coming? Everything is at stake with the mountain being open and the heart left exposed. Anwen and her friends are on a race for time and the dangers are endless…can they make it back in time to save the dragons and protect mountain from the Revenants?
Lucas does a great job with character development, world-building, and originality. The story offers a terrific adventure in a land of imagination where dragons live. The author allows her readers to continue into this world, filled with not only adventure, but also elements of suspense and romance. The backstory is thought-provoking and captivating while also being a fast paced novel, easy to read, and entertaining. There are some spelling and grammatical errors throughout the read. Since this is an advanced reader copy, these may have been cleaned up upon further proofreading, but if not, this should not hinder enjoyment of the novel at all. If you are a reader of young adult, coming of age, and science fiction or fantasy, this may be the right book for you. It is recommended that the first and second installment be read prior to diving into this one, since it does pick up where the second one ended.
A copy of this book was provided to Turning Another Page by Loving the Book, but this in no way affects our honest opinion of the book or the review that has been written. We provide a five-star rating for Tarragon: Dragon Bane by Karlie Lucas.
But yes, this is the final book in the trilogy. Everything is arriving. The Revenants are on the way. Not a lot of time for training and preparing. They have to move fast. Anwen and Tyler go on a hurried mission to find a secret tribe of mages who will be their only hope in the last stand.
I will admit...I was nervous. I was not sure how everything was going to be okay. I was nervous about who would survive and who would perish! Nervous! That is why I read this all in 1.5 sittings (dang work getting in the way of my reading life). It was for sure a book you will have a hard time putting down because you need to know how this final stand will end.
It did take a LONG time for everything to happen. A lot of prepping and getting the mages and the dragons up and ready to go. There were a few dry spots, but there was a lot of backstories and learning more about the new characters and even some new stuff about the old characters. It was interesting to see some of Anwen's ancestors.
Ooooo! That ending. I wanted more. More epilogue, please! Maybe there will be a spin-off following that little red-head girl. She was a touch creepy, but she was interesting.
All-in-all, a good trilogy! It has certainly been a while since I found a series I have adored as much as this one. The final book was good. Not as good as book 2, but still a good one. I was okay with everything that happened. Can't say what, but it all worked well. I'll give this 4 stars.
If you like dragons and don't mind YA (it didn't feel overly YA, so yayy!), then I recommend this series.