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Read if ur invested in the series as I am but it drags and is not as exciting as the other books so far.Published 12 days ago by K. Monroe
The British fight off an invasion during the Napoleonic Wars.Published 12 days ago by Charles Morris
Story just got old for me. I wont be reading the rest of the series unless they are freePublished 20 days ago by William McLean
Some reviewers complained of this book, but I don't think it was worse than the others. It was certainly well written. However, it had a very different character. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Zofia S. Kaminski
This series is a beautiful addition to the genre of magical realism with a firm grounding in the history and social mores of the era in which it is set.Published 1 month ago by Shari Benson
I love this series with the different locations for the actions. What a novel view of the Napolianic war with dragons involved.
I'm really glad I borrowed this book instead of paying for it, and I feel for all of you that did. I was bored spitless and nothing of substance happened, and I found myself... Read morePublished 1 month ago by elecktrum
I get it. She is a history buff that wants to milk every detail for what it's worth.
Honestly? I'm bored and tired of it. Read more
I had a very hard time keeping my attention on this book. While I still recommend the series as a whole, this book seemed like one long journey, with a few little dramas thrown in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dione Basseri