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Dragon Thief (A Tale of Nalu)

3.55  ·  Rating details ·  11 ratings  ·  2 reviews
The second story in the Tales of Nalu collection ~ Prequels to Secrets Kept - a NA Fantasy coming Fall 2013

The teaching of the Guardians has guided Semine's footsteps since her infancy. When her mentor shows up with information contrary to what she's been taught, she doubts her decision to follow in their footsteps. She must decide if there is life beyond what she has alwa
Kindle Edition, 35 pages
Published June 7th 2013 by AltWit Press (first published June 6th 2013)
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Laura A. Grace
3.5 stars

I have mixed feelings about this story. The writing was really good, but I have personally never liked Semine and still don’t. Only momentarily have I had compassion for her in the trilogy.

This story made it a slight exception. I did feel bad for her and hate how she was betrayed/tricked. To follow the path of darkness always comes at a cost and think Dragon Thief deeply really reflects that.

My own bias toward Semine affected my enjoyment of this story, but I will admit I was surprised
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I will be honest....I don't think this story was uplifting at all. There's a point to getting to know your villan, but when knowing your villain involves a lot of sexual tension ultimate point besides watching people fall into darkness...I just don't see a reason to release it to readers.
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