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Reflection: Dragon's Bane

(Records of the Ohanzee, #4)

4.22  ·  Rating details ·  113 ratings  ·  15 reviews
Not everything in the Records of the Ohanzee matches what is written in the history books.

Having learned the disturbing news that the fifth book has fallen into Casimer’s hands, Nerissa and the Ohanzee make their way to the city of Maze where the Festival of Flames is about to begin. They plan to rendezvous with Charis and retrieve a set of spirit crystals that are element
ebook, 201 pages
Published April 25th 2017
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Who and what do you trust when at every corner, an enemy cold be lurking or you discover that the carefully written Records of the Ohanzee clash with history books? There are still spirit crystals out there and Nerissa has learned that Casimer has gotten his vile hands on the fifth book. How can she get it from him without exposing herself or dying in the process? Is the mysterious letter true that book six is nearby?

As Charis makes plans to meet with Nerissa and the Ohanzee in the city of Maze
Jul 10, 2017 rated it liked it
I think I would have enjoyed this book more if it didn't continue straight after book #3 like the next chapter. I know that's the point of these books, but if that's the case, they should all be released around the same time so I won't forget what happened! I found myself caring less for the characters because I'd forgotten the majority of them. Also *minro spoiler* WHY wouldn't you include the "reveal true identity" conversation?? Why tell us about it afterwards, without any dialogue?? That mak ...more
Kris Mauna
“Whatever you may do, and wherever you may go, make sure the impression you leave behind is one you’re proud to be remembered by.”

Reflection: Dragon’s Bane brings the first story arc in this intriguing series to a close. Nerissa and the Ohanzee remain hopeful for a better future and to finally earn back what is rightfully theirs.

With the Festival of Flames beginning soon, Charis and Nerissa have planned a rendezvous in order to obtain the crystals that Charis still has. Just like the previou
Jun 08, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Book 4 of the Ohanzee series, this was such an exciting read! To refresh my memory on the first 3 books I loved THE PROPHECY at the end of this book. Rachel R. Smith is yet to disappoint with her individual, original ideas.
After book 3 where the hidden books revealed the spreading sickness can only be cured by natural remedies, the Ohanzee is in luck. Unlike the Senka who use modern medicine, whereas the Ohanzee still use natural remedies and resources. Nerissa and the Ohanzee continue to track
Linda Lou
Nov 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: middle age kids 7th grade through YA
Rating 5

The journey and story of Nerissa finally comes to an end as I sigh and close my eyes allowing so many mixed emotions and thoughts of “what if” to flit through my brain. I was drawn into this enthralling story that it was with some reluctance that I reread the last few pages, savoring every word before finally closing the book.
Yes, the masks may have finally been removed BUT not all is as it appears. Nerissa soon discovers that not everything in the Records of the Ohanze matches the hist
Books of Cat
Oct 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Rating: 4/5
This book was given to me by the author Rachel R. Smith for an honest review. This review is not affected by anything, it containts my true feelings.
Each and every book is special in its own way. Also, Learning more about the prophecy and the crystels mde me turn the pages faster and faster.
The last book probably ended in the best way for this unique story.
All I can say is that Reflection series is dazzling.

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Apr 29, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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First of all, I just wanted to say how grateful I am to Rachel Smith, for writing this series and sending me review copies. I absolutely love those books and this universe. These books are really underrated, and you should definitely check them out.

The second book was my favourite in the series so far, but now, I think I liked this one even more. I gave it five stars without thinking, it just made sense from beginning to end.

Yes, these books are not perfect, but they are just my cup of tea. I ju
Apr 13, 2019 rated it liked it
In general these books are short and seem to stop before there’s a conclusion. Time flow is sometimes awkward. I was curious to see how the story concluded and thought this was the last book... until it just stopped with an unsatisfying ending. A trip to the author’s page shows another book in the works. I feel like the saga could have been concluded in this novel and that adding another stand alone book is just stretching the story unnecessarily. But I’ll probably read it when it comes out just ...more
Rebecca  C. Cardenas
Apr 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I love this series! I have read the entire series back to back. I am truly hoping that the author (Rachel R. Smith) keeps the story alive for a while longer. I want to know, what happens next!?
I would definitely recommend this series, I am shocked more people have not reviewed the books as they are highly engaging and creative. For this reason I took the time to write this as "sharing is caring!"
Happy reading!
Elizabeth Buckner
Jul 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Great Series

Very interesting, adventurous, and I like the characters. With how it ended, I am wondering what is to come. I thought this was the last book and near the end I thought, "That was it??" But, no. The last part of the prophecy needs to be fulfilled, so on to book 5. The end may make you go, "What!?" I don't want to share too much. You have to read it yourself.
Rachel Cass
Apr 30, 2020 rated it it was amazing

They just keep getting better and better! I love watching the dynamics of the characters broaden. There was plenty of adventure, and I have to say I chuckled quote a few times! I definitely recommend!
Paula Kellogg
Jun 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Well done!

Very well written and just a perfect ending to this series. I’m sure she will write more books in relation to this series, and I’m sure they will be just as good.
Beverly Kee
Dec 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
What a incredibly great series!

Each new book is better than the last! Really enjoyed this story and can't wait for more! Clean without sex scenes or cussing just a great storyline!
Nicki White
Sep 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is review for Records of the Ohanzee 1-4.

Honestly when I first saw this Book 1 Reflection: The Stranger in the Mirror, I thought this is a beautiful cover. It reminder me of The Winner’s curse, The Jewel or even the Selections series. While I enjoyed those reading they all lacked the depths in which you’ll find in the Records of Ohanzee. Masterfully sculpted the words in this book bring to you Chiyo and its demise brought onto to it by King Casimer. But from the ashes rises none other than
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Records of the Ohanzee, (6 books)
  • Reflection: The Stranger in the Mirror (Records of the Ohanzee #1)
  • Reflection: Harbinger of the Phoenix (Records of the Ohanzee, #2)
  • Reflection: Thorn of the White Rose (Records of the Ohanzee, #3)
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