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Dragon Aster #1-3

Dragon Aster Trilogy

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When an Awl takes Sybl to the realm of Aster, she will discover a place where fantasy is the reality. A world of dragons and creatures only dreams and nightmares could conjure.

Until now.

A dragon’s faith in a Prophecy that a Fay would return to restore the balance of life and death leads Cirrus to Sybl. They will be pitted against a demon’s vengeful pull towards a war against Earth. A war held at bay by a hope for peace that was nearly extinguished three hundred years ago.

The Threads of Fate will unfurl to their shattering point, and be held together by the wings of limitless love as the Dragon Aster Trilogy comes together, unabridged and complete with a glossary and map.

451 pages, Kindle Edition

First published August 25, 2012

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S.J. Wist

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S.J. Wist is a fantasy author, reviewer, and an artist on the side. Addicted to books, blogs, chocolate mint ice cream, and all things creative. She lives in Toronto, Canada.

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September 3, 2012
There were like, 3 giveaways for this that I didn't win. Well. Rotten luck, I guess! Honestly, this book looks really good, and I've been dying to read it. But I don't know where I can get it!
August 9, 2015
This was... very poorly written. Was it even edited? There were spelling mistakes all over the place, and huge grammatical errors. The format was inconsistent -- sometimes the psi conversations were in quotations, sometimes they weren't.

I trudged through this trilogy until the very end, although for the greater part of it I was scratching my head thinking WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON? Scenes change with no notice, jumping back and forth and just expecting the reader to follow along without any explanation... there were so many characters with absolutely no depth, and very little description of the places/people/events involved. It was really annoying to have to flip back to the glossary every couple of chapters, and even that wasn't very helpful.

I don't usually like to give bad ratings but I really don't have very much positive to say about this.
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January 16, 2013
First I have to say read the dictionary of terms. I won the first book and wanted to like it so much that I went ahead and purchased the sequels. I wanted to like it so much I actually went back and read most of the first book again because I was SO confused. Story line does have its moments and is certainly readable enough with lots of adventure but ths size book normally takes me 3-4 days to read and this one took 2 weeks. Good Try though.
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October 7, 2015
I can't strain how much I enjoyed this book. The literary geek within me was in amazement from the author's graceful words and phrases that made this fantasy a cut above the rest. This entire trilogy left me trapped within a whirlwind of dream, with romance, action, and an extensive blend of new creatures as well as some from mythology. Certainly one of the more fresh and mature novels that I have read in a long time.
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November 8, 2012
Glad I was to be one of the winners of the Giveaway. However, I still haven't recieved a copy. Looking forward to enjoy the literary journey besides being the proud owner of the book...
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