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(Dragon Mage Chronicles #4)

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Andrei and Jander return home to the city of Vallerin with the grimmest possible news and tell their king to do what he can to prepare his people for war. Kirin is heading toward the capital with a legion behind him, and he is determined to take revenge both on Andrei and on the apprentice he believes supplanted him in his former master's heart. This time, with the might o ...more
Published September 4th 2020 by White Owl Publishing
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Sep 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Once again the author delivers a descriptive, intense story as she wraps up the Dragon Mage Chronicles series here in Wardrake. Everything so far has been building to an immense final conflict between the heroes and Kirin, and with the forces Kirin has amassed—both human and dragon—it’s uncertain how Jander, Andrei, and everyone in Vallerin can come out of things on the right side of victory.

Jander and Andrei’s relationship is stronger than ever, and every scene between them keeps reiterating th
Sep 05, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, gromance
This was a worthy conclusion to a wonderful series.
I loved the storyline about the dragon eggs and the dragons in general and how their stories ended. I also liked the ending of the Kirin storyline and how his apprentice was 'redeemed'.
While I'm not a huge fan of open-ended story lines, I was still pleased with how Tanith's story was wrapped up.
That leaves Alluin and Boaen's storyline. While I enjoyed the neat and tidy ending, it was a complete deus ex machina. (view spoiler)
Debra Guyette
Oct 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This was the last book Dragon Mage Chronicles. I am so sorry it is done. J.A. knows how complete a series keeping your attention until the last word is read. All the loose ends were tied up and we are left hoping that everyone has their own happily ever after. After all the pain and uncertainty, they do deserve it. I am going to be looking for more series by this author.
Sep 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
Enjoyable resolution to the Dragon Mage Chronicles. Definitely recommend reading them all in order. I really enjoyed Alluin and Boaen, would happily read another story about them.
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