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Publisher's Summary

Following the events of the novel Bitterwood, a new and untested dragon-king now rules the land. The firebrand prophet, Ragnar, has raised an army of men to overthrow the dragons, and their first target is the town of Dragon Forge, home to the foundries that supply weapons and armor for the king's soldiers. Against this back-drop of war, the legendary dragon-slayer, Bant Bitterwood, finds himself in an uneasy alliance with a sun-dragon named Hex as they race to halt the genocidal schemes of the most dangerous creature alive: Blasphet, the Murder God.
©2008 James Maxey (P)2018 James Maxey
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2 out of 5 stars
By Tanya M. Spiegel on 07-16-18

Too much gore

In the first book I gave you the benefit of the doubt but in this book even though I requested it I cannot lie. This book is filled with gore. Every chapter was over the top descriptive. The author use terminology from this century instead of the timeframe that he made the book in. The narrative is terrible. I’m sorry to say not only was the book full of graphic scenes but the narrator made so many of the characters sound the same it was confusing. NOT recommended for ya nor anyone who loves dragon tales of dragons that act like dragons and not humans. Too often the dragons had just too many human characteristics. From tapestry fill castles, to carrying a bag. Writing it just was to non dragon for me. And I love dragon stories. 👎🏻

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5 out of 5 stars
By ldybkpr on 04-27-18

A good dragon story

I have not read/listened to Bitterwood but this a good stand alone book. I was not lost due to the backstory that was given. If you like twists and turns as well as action then this is the book for you. AT times it was even humorous. I intend to go back and read Bitterwood and then this one again. I would recommend this series to anyone who likes dragons and their interaction with humans. I love it. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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