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A Dragon of a Different Color by Rachel Aaron
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it was amazing

As this is a continuation of the story, whatever you do, don’t crash into this series but go back to the beginning. Once again, we are plunged into the middle of the ongoing crisis, as Julian, now leader of the Heartstriker clan, has to deal with the fallout of the mighty power struggle that toppled his despotic mother.

However, crises just go on piling up as the neighbours are now starting to cause massive problems and the most powerful clan on the planet pitches up on the doorstep, demanding Heartstriker surrender. The best adventures are when you keep turning the pages without having a clue how the gutsy heroes and heroines are going get out of this jam – and this particular denouement is awesome and original. The worldbuilding is exceptional and while the action had to slow a tad in order for the complexity to be fully explained – I was happy to read and wonder. Another cracking read in my favourite urban fantasy series of the year, as Aaron goes on delivering dragon-shaped delight…
9/10
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March 30, 2020 – Finished Reading
March 31, 2020 – Shelved

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