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The Radiant Child (The Dragon Sword Histories #3)

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A terrific action adventure ... a fallen war hero and a little girl searching for peace and family, find far more than they needed ... or wanted ... Norstalos stands on the brink of destruction. But the three invading armies are probably the least of Queen Merren's problems. Her people despise their would-be saviours, the army of goblins she has won to her side, while the ...more
Paperback, 640 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by HarperCollins Australia (first published June 30th 2010)
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Andrew
Jul 29, 2011 Andrew added it
I couldn't wait to read this book after The Risen Queen, and delighted in the action and characters through the first half of the book. It was completely living up to my expectations, with characters getting killed off just as you start to get to know them and twisting turning plot development. Then it took a sudden turn. It wasn't the plot that turned me off, it was the change in Martil's character. I recognise the signficant impact on his mental health that events had caused, but I felt the ...more
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Merren annoyed the life out of me too much. I don't think she is queenly at all and it just irritated me.
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Jun 30, 2013 Ashleigh rated it it was amazing
I loved this book and the entire series. The world Duncan created was brilliant and I love the connection Karia and Martil have.
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it was okay but Im worried about Barrett... what will happen. I m kind of sick of Martil and would like to see him fail and Barret kick his ass!! Boo down with Martil!
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Good lead into another series.
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Duncan Lay is a layout designer and headline writer at the Sunday Telegraph (Australia). He has always worked in journalism and has worked for a number of different newspapers and media outlets. He lives on the Central Coast of NSW with his wife and two young children.
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