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Traitor (The Dragonrider Chronicles) Paperback – May 10, 2016
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Mrs. Conway is as polished a story teller as she is an imaginative artist.
Boat loads of action, awesome flow, dragons and magic as well as finally delivering a pace that will leave you breathless.
ALOT of answers for our hero, and ALOT of talent is finally brought to the surface.
Can't wait for the next 1...
I tip my hat to you Mrs. Conway...you rock!!!
The author does set up a good story that ties up several plot points while pushing others along. There was a surprising Romance that developed rather quickly and considering the circumstances while sweet seems a bit unbelievable. All the same we do see growth in the main protagonist as he experiences some hard times.
Outside of the surprising Romance the only complaint I really have about the series itself is that the dragons do not take a central roll but rather a side roll in the series. Of course the story is not necessarily about the dragons so that is more of a personal frustration LOL.
A short story in the end is entertaining and sheds light on what had been a minor character in the series so far. During the brief moment when I realize the story was suddenly over, and I did not throw my phone, I was a little annoyed and it's presents but it turns out to add a depth to the minor character that raises the stakes in the next book well introducing another character.
The former elf capital description was worthy of Tolkien, most of book worthy of
Edgar Rice Burroughs Future classic.