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Will Amel arrive in time? With the armies of Baojang at her back and her own army of dragons, Amel might seem unstoppable, but she is far from the heart of the Dominion where the true battle rages and time is running out. To make matters worse, Amel is finally starting to uncover the motives behind the war, but her answers bring even more questions. Will she solve this ridd Will Amel arrive in time? With the armies of Baojang at her back and her own army of dragons, Amel might seem unstoppable, but she is far from the heart of the Dominion where the true battle rages and time is running out. To make matters worse, Amel is finally starting to uncover the motives behind the war, but her answers bring even more questions. Will she solve this riddle in time?


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Will Amel arrive in time? With the armies of Baojang at her back and her own army of dragons, Amel might seem unstoppable, but she is far from the heart of the Dominion where the true battle rages and time is running out. To make matters worse, Amel is finally starting to uncover the motives behind the war, but her answers bring even more questions. Will she solve this ridd Will Amel arrive in time? With the armies of Baojang at her back and her own army of dragons, Amel might seem unstoppable, but she is far from the heart of the Dominion where the true battle rages and time is running out. To make matters worse, Amel is finally starting to uncover the motives behind the war, but her answers bring even more questions. Will she solve this riddle in time?

30 review for Dust of Death

  1. 5 out of 5

    *❆ Kαɾҽɳ ❆*

    Can this series get anymore awesome? Apparently it can!! Now that Amel has discovered the true power of the pipe, she is now the leader of the dragons, much to Jalla's jealousy. But Amel will have to face the Dusk Covenant in the war for the Dominion city, her home. She must fight to protect it. But what she will face, is her worse enemy and nightmare to ever exits, the Ifrits. Powerful creatures that come from the earth. No one knows how they appear but they're deadly and have been a problem si Can this series get anymore awesome? Apparently it can!! Now that Amel has discovered the true power of the pipe, she is now the leader of the dragons, much to Jalla's jealousy. But Amel will have to face the Dusk Covenant in the war for the Dominion city, her home. She must fight to protect it. But what she will face, is her worse enemy and nightmare to ever exits, the Ifrits. Powerful creatures that come from the earth. No one knows how they appear but they're deadly and have been a problem since book 1 Will Amel and her new allies be able to defeat them? So sad that this series is coming to an end, but all good things must end one day. But until then I'll enjoy every book of this series! Received a copy from the author herself, for an honest review, thank you!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan

    I’ve been addicted to the Dragon School series since I jumped into the first book and am super eager to see how everything comes together. If I’m being completely honest, though, I have not enjoyed the last few books to the same degree as I enjoyed the earlier books. I’m still super eager to see how everything comes together, yet I’m not as wowed as I was initially. Despite this, I continue to hope that the next book will return to being a wow book. Unfortunately, for me, Dragon School: Dust of I’ve been addicted to the Dragon School series since I jumped into the first book and am super eager to see how everything comes together. If I’m being completely honest, though, I have not enjoyed the last few books to the same degree as I enjoyed the earlier books. I’m still super eager to see how everything comes together, yet I’m not as wowed as I was initially. Despite this, I continue to hope that the next book will return to being a wow book. Unfortunately, for me, Dragon School: Dust of Death wasn’t a return to the initial wow level. Dragon School: First Flight, book one, sucked me completely into the world – it was so much more than I’d expected, and I couldn’t wait to get more. Dragon School: Initiate, book two, sucked me in even deeper – it showed me there was more to the story than I’d originally thought, ensuring I would pick up the next. Dragon School: The Dark Prince, book three, was a very important book in the series – it may not have been my favourite book, but it was vital to the overall story. Dragon School: The Ruby Isles, book four, continues to move things forward in a wonderful way – it may not be my favourite of the stories, but it is another important addition. Dragon School: Sword, book five, was another brilliant read, adding more to the series – it was also the book that reminded me why I was following the series in the first place, pulling me back in after a short hiatus. Dragon School: Dusk Covenant, book six, added plenty of new twists – more than enough to ensure I remained ensnared with the story. Dragon School: First Message, book seven, brought even more to the table – more was added to the storyline, plenty of things leaving me curious as to what would come next. Dragon School: Warring Promises, book eight, left on a serious cliff-hanger – all the books leave on a cliff-hanger, but this was probably the biggest of them all. Dragon School: Prince of Dragons, book nine, was one of my least favourites in the series, but it continued to move things forward for us. Dragon School: Dark Night, book ten, was one of my favourites in the series, increasing the level of intensity and leaving us with so many expectations. Dragon School: Bright Hopes, book eleven, was a pivotal book in the series, giving us so many new twists and making so many promises for the future. Dragon School: Mark of Loyalty, book twelve, blew all the prior books out of the water, earning it the label as my favourite in the series. Dragon School: Dire Quests, book thirteen, didn’t quite live up to the potential, but I did give it a rounded up three-point-five-star rating. Dragon School: Ancient Allies, book fourteen, was another rounded up rating. Dragon School: Pipe of Wings, book fifteen, was my least favourite, one I was unable to round up despite my desire to do so. Dragon School: Dragon Piper, book sixteen, came close to being rounded up, but I couldn’t quite bring myself to do so. With Dragon School: Dust of Death, I feel as though not much happened. There was one interesting piece of information (something that will be vital in the coming books) and things ended in such a place that I expect book eighteen to hook me, but for the most part I do not feel as though this one moved the story forward that much. When compared to the other books in the series, this book did a single thing compared to the many things that have been happening in the other books. If I’m being completely honest, I would label Dragon School: Dust of Death one of my least favourite books in the series. It’s worth it to understand everything, but it is not a favourite. Nevertheless, I have high hopes for how this series will conclude in the coming books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jodie "Bookish" Cook

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Book Review Title: Dust of Death (Dragon School #17) Author: Sarah K. L. Wilson Genre: YA/Fantasy Rating: **** Review: So, I had some issues with pacing in Dragon Piper and the fact I hate Jalla as a character lowered my rating, but this is my first-time reading Dust of Death and the final 4 books in the series. IN the aftermath of the battle of Vanika, Ephretti, Dax and Lenora are going to stay behind and care for the people while Hubric, Amel and the Baojang army head into the warrens where there c Book Review Title: Dust of Death (Dragon School #17) Author: Sarah K. L. Wilson Genre: YA/Fantasy Rating: **** Review: So, I had some issues with pacing in Dragon Piper and the fact I hate Jalla as a character lowered my rating, but this is my first-time reading Dust of Death and the final 4 books in the series. IN the aftermath of the battle of Vanika, Ephretti, Dax and Lenora are going to stay behind and care for the people while Hubric, Amel and the Baojang army head into the warrens where there could be hundreds of Ifrits waiting for them. Since Amel has been healed of Silla’s effects she has been standing up to Jalla and I know she isn’t going to hand over the Pipe or bend to her will as she did before when she was less confident in her own abilities. While the dragon riders and the Baojang army prepare to enter the warrens and the unknown things ahead, Jalla takes Amel aside and asks for the pipe back and Amel does hand it over. However, her visions are trying to tell her that something bigger might be happening and she decides that she will be weary of Baojang and even Rakturan until the war is over. The pipe is returned to Amel when Jalla is frustrated that she can’t use it, meaning my theory about the pipe only working for the one that pulled it from it’s hiding place was correct as Amel pulled it out and only Amel has been able to use it. After entering the warrens, Amel is being pulled in the political movement of Baojang as Jalla orders her to kill the Serpent Prince and later the same Prince offers her marriage in return for killing Jalla and she refused but to Baojang she is nothing but a possession to be sold and bought at the whim of the owner. However, Raolcan does manage to get one of the hubs working and starts moving the soldiers through the Leedris City as Raolcan fears that if he changes the hub’s destination it might break. However, an Ifrit is frozen at the hub but awakens as soon as Raolcan starts directing the magic towards the hub. The Baojang soldiers try to hold it off or fight it but it only results in their deaths, Amel tries calling the dragons but they are held up in a narrower part of the warrens so there is nothing they can do. In a twist the pieces of the puzzles come together when Amel sees Ifrits rising from the places where the Baojang soldiers are dying. She finally connects the bags of dust and knives found on various assassins and the words of the Magikas who said at the healing arches, that if the arches magic can’t be used to summon the Ifrits then blood will work in it’s place and too late Amel realises they have walked into a trap. She also realises in this moment when the wild dragons come to save her from the Ifrits that what the other nations wants is the dragons as only the Dominion has the pact with the dragons. However, Amel and the other riders know the dragons belong only to themselves and can’t be given. As the finally manage to get through the Leedris City, they have walked from one battle to another as the city is already in chaos with the Baojang army fighting the Magikas and dragons battling in the skies. Amel isn’t sure what she can’t do in this situation as she hates violence but has to choose the path that has the least death and yet deals the biggest blow to their enemy when Leng’s dragon appears, only without his rider and Amel fears the worst. Amel rushes in wanting to save Leng only to encounter Iskaris with a supposed traitor. When it is revealed to be Jalla, Amel is relieved but she also knows she has to save Jalla or the Baojang army would fall under the control of the Serpent Prince and Amel knows he can’t be trusted, so she agrees to take Jalla’s place in the punishment and hopes that Raolcan will be able to get free of the bonds in time to save her. As it seems Amel is in a dangerous situation both Leng and Rakturan arrive to save the day and in offering her life in exchange for Jalla’s she has freed herself from being a slave but now she is her blood sister and is worried about what that implies but they have bigger things to worry about now. Overall, the change in Jalla at the end of this book made me start to like her but only a little but I can’t wait to see how this series ends.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marjolein

    The series is so clearly drawing to an end (still 3 episodes to go) and it's clear. Stakes are getting higher, character arcs are coming to their culminations and the tension is rising. Amel's arc is one that I will never stop loving and this book is no exception on that arc. She is growing into her full possibilities, not the small, insecure girls she was at the beginning of the series. She's not cured of her disabilities, but discovered she is more than just that and no matter if others try to The series is so clearly drawing to an end (still 3 episodes to go) and it's clear. Stakes are getting higher, character arcs are coming to their culminations and the tension is rising. Amel's arc is one that I will never stop loving and this book is no exception on that arc. She is growing into her full possibilities, not the small, insecure girls she was at the beginning of the series. She's not cured of her disabilities, but discovered she is more than just that and no matter if others try to see her that way, she's not having it anymore and I love that.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gigi Sedlmayer

    And the amazing story continues. Amel and her purple dragon Raolcan, Jalla, Leng and all the others. will they win the fight?

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kanyon

    We are working things out and finally getting a few good ideas about why things are happening, but we need so much more. Hopefully this leads to a good final plan! As always, I’m still unsure about Jalla. She’s a bit crazy. Amel does a pretty crazy thing too though. One Raolcan was very fearful of. I can’t wait to read the next book! That ending was pretty abrupt! This was another fast and quick read that was pretty heavy with non-stop action. On to the next! Dragon School: Dust of Death is the s We are working things out and finally getting a few good ideas about why things are happening, but we need so much more. Hopefully this leads to a good final plan! As always, I’m still unsure about Jalla. She’s a bit crazy. Amel does a pretty crazy thing too though. One Raolcan was very fearful of. I can’t wait to read the next book! That ending was pretty abrupt! This was another fast and quick read that was pretty heavy with non-stop action. On to the next! Dragon School: Dust of Death is the seventeenth book in the Dragon School series. I voluntarily received and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. Final Rating: 5 Stars Extras -->

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kurami Rocket

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. This book is def not as strong as the last books. There is a lot of worrying and politics concerning Baojang. Especially, since Amel has figured out the reason Jalla and Baojang are so determined to conquer the dominion - they want the dragons that roam the skies of the Dominion. Ofc, if this were to happen it would break and go against the alliegnece the Dominion and the wild dragons created in the first place - each side would sacrifice their freedom to keep peace and stability in the lands. A This book is def not as strong as the last books. There is a lot of worrying and politics concerning Baojang. Especially, since Amel has figured out the reason Jalla and Baojang are so determined to conquer the dominion - they want the dragons that roam the skies of the Dominion. Ofc, if this were to happen it would break and go against the alliegnece the Dominion and the wild dragons created in the first place - each side would sacrifice their freedom to keep peace and stability in the lands. And as has been strongly shown throughout this series, this is very wrong as the dragons are not and have never been slaves. They are intelligent and sentient creatures that deserve the upmost respect. Now, I didn't really like this book nearly as much as the others due to the potrayal of Bajong. Thanks to Rakturan I have really come to like his culture and traditions, no matter how wrong and strange they may seem to Amel. It's just that I am tired of different cultures being demonized for being different. And sure, this does not mean that aspects of Bajong are not problematic like slavery and all it entails and their wish to take the Dominion; still it's not like the Dominion or any other culture, fantasy or real are perfect either. Just, as a poc, it sort of rubbed me the wrong way. And this is another thing. I'm also getting tired of Rakturan's motives and loyalties being potrayed as sketchy and constantly questionable. Since the beginning I did like him and could see he wasn't necessarily a bad character. So, having him in between loyalties to Sevette, the Dominion and his people and Baojang is just a little annoying; ofc it does carry some level of realness to it since people and the situations they find themselves in are not clear cut. As for the plot of the book itself. Amel and everyone else enter the warrens where they find an Ifrit floating motionless above. Suddenly an all out battle commences as many Baojang soldiers are lost. It was all a trap as from the dust of the dirt they walk on, and blood spilling into the ground from those lives lost; an army of Ifrtis rise. However, everyone manages to make it through the portal and into another battle in Leedres city. There a confrontation with the false Domimar commences. Jalla, having been captured; Amel decides to take her place. Luckily, Rakturan and the Baojang army manage to arrive in time to swarm the place. Leng frees Amel from her bindings. Jalla informs Amel that Rakturan has gone after the false Dominar and magickas who have escaped. Amel though, puts her foot down and claims she was willimg to trade her life for Jalla's, thus, she is no longer a slave. With a sudden hug, Jalla declares Amel her blood sister. And so this is how the book ends. So, overall, an okay book. Def one of my least favorite ones in the series. I really hope the next book picks up after this one, considering we are so close to the end! Still, I look forward to see how this crazy adventure will end.

  8. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    Sarah K. L. Wilson’s Dragon School is an astoundingly consistent amazing experience. And that’s no less true with its 17th book, Dust of Death. This wonderful story, which can definitely be read stand-alone (though with a series this fantastic you’re best off starting at book 1), grabs you at page 1 and holds on tight till the very end of its exciting thriller of a reading pleasure rollercoaster. Battles are to be fought and questions to be answered as readers are once more reunited with the fan Sarah K. L. Wilson’s Dragon School is an astoundingly consistent amazing experience. And that’s no less true with its 17th book, Dust of Death. This wonderful story, which can definitely be read stand-alone (though with a series this fantastic you’re best off starting at book 1), grabs you at page 1 and holds on tight till the very end of its exciting thriller of a reading pleasure rollercoaster. Battles are to be fought and questions to be answered as readers are once more reunited with the fantastic Amel. I loved Anne McCaffrey's Pern takes and this series grabs me the same way. I only truly enjoyed Christopher Paolini's Eragon tales, the other series the publisher compares this series to, but (and it surprised me too), this series is definitely better. But for the fact that I’m literally dictating this review my husband from my hospital bed I could go on and on with praises - the book definitely deserves it. Since I can’t do that I will simply note that the book is most definitely one to read, and it is easy to highly recommend. I’m definitely looking forward to the next, 18th (astounding) book in this series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    Dust Of Death is the latest episode in the brilliant Dragon School Series. Amel and Raolcan face increasing, uncertain dangers in their fight to save the Dominion. This time their choices are based more on instinct and necessity rather than on the ancient prophecies. Slowly getting the answers they need leads them towards further problems. This series is getting increasingly tense as it gears up for the dramatic climax that is sure to follow in the final few books of this amazing series. I am ho Dust Of Death is the latest episode in the brilliant Dragon School Series. Amel and Raolcan face increasing, uncertain dangers in their fight to save the Dominion. This time their choices are based more on instinct and necessity rather than on the ancient prophecies. Slowly getting the answers they need leads them towards further problems. This series is getting increasingly tense as it gears up for the dramatic climax that is sure to follow in the final few books of this amazing series. I am hooked from start to finish. The writing is wonderful and the characters have a depth and honesty that draws you in so you really care about them and the dragons .. the magnificent, brave, noble dragons. I cannot recommend this book, or series, highly enough. Just do not start with this book .. you need to read the series or it will be too confusing.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ann O'Nymos

    This episode made me a bit mad. Amel not figuring out what the other nations want from the Dominion? What they have and the others don't? I guess every reader  following the story knows before her. And her sacrifice in the end? I don't know, it didn't feel right, maybe it was a bit rushed, I missed her inner turmoil and her faith in the prophecies. Anyway, only 3 more books and I can't really see how it will end. Still so many fires are burning, so many battles running and so many wrong people i This episode made me a bit mad. Amel not figuring out what the other nations want from the Dominion? What they have and the others don't? I guess every reader  following the story knows before her. And her sacrifice in the end? I don't know, it didn't feel right, maybe it was a bit rushed, I missed her inner turmoil and her faith in the prophecies. Anyway, only 3 more books and I can't really see how it will end. Still so many fires are burning, so many battles running and so many wrong people in the game.... I pray it won't be a rush and "unrealistic" to tie it all up. I received an ARC and this is my honest review.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Roger

    In this, my twentieth read from author Sarah K.L. Wilson & the seventeenth in the Dragon School series, I've run out of superlatives to describe her writing. This is another amazing read in The Dragon School series! It's all coming to a head & I can't wait for book 18 to come out, although when completed I can see this being republished as an epic with each book being a chapter. What other blurbs can I use to describe these books? Oh well, buy the book, read the books, get into a good author and In this, my twentieth read from author Sarah K.L. Wilson & the seventeenth in the Dragon School series, I've run out of superlatives to describe her writing. This is another amazing read in The Dragon School series! It's all coming to a head & I can't wait for book 18 to come out, although when completed I can see this being republished as an epic with each book being a chapter. What other blurbs can I use to describe these books? Oh well, buy the book, read the books, get into a good author and some good characters as I have. (RIP Marley January 20, 2014 - July 24, 2018).

  12. 5 out of 5

    Genelle Themann

    I absolutely adore this series. I just wish I had the strength of character that Amel and Raolcan have. Physically and emotionally damaged, they continue to fight with every ounce of their fiber to try and save the Dominion. In an all out effort to reach Savette in time, Amel, Raolcan, Hubric and Kyrowat lead the army of Baojang along with the free dragons on a dangerous trip back through the warrens. Of course, nothing goes as hoped...

  13. 5 out of 5

    Gayreth Walden

    Thanks to this author, we will never run out of dragon stories. In this book, Amel and Raolcan continue the fight against the Covenant with an ally, or are they? The books in this series just get better and better. An intriguing storyline with lots of action. It grabs your attention from the first page with incredible characters on a larger than life journey. Heartpounding and thrilling. This is a great series about dragons and their riders. "You don't want to miss out"! Thanks to this author, we will never run out of dragon stories. In this book, Amel and Raolcan continue the fight against the Covenant with an ally, or are they? The books in this series just get better and better. An intriguing storyline with lots of action. It grabs your attention from the first page with incredible characters on a larger than life journey. Heartpounding and thrilling. This is a great series about dragons and their riders. "You don't want to miss out"!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Christina Morley

    Dragon School: Dust of Death is Book 17 and another fast paced story. With the destruction of a city behind her and the guilt still fresh in her mind, Amel has to face one of her greatest fears ahead, but Raolcan will be by her side. She ponders on what it is that everyone wants from the Dominion while leading the dragons toward another battle. And, she makes the toughest decision of her life while Raolcan vehemently objects. This episode has my favorite scene with Leng in it!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    Oh my goodness! I started out reading this series of mini-books (as opposed to a mini-series?) way back when it was first released. Oh my goodness! I'm so thrilled with it! I've had no sleep, it's 6AM and I'm about to dive in and read another installment. Truly, Dragon School is in my top ten favorites, as is the author. Thanks & keep up the good work. I'm glad Amel figured out the bags of dust & the motivation of her enemies. Now, how will she stop them? Oh my goodness! I started out reading this series of mini-books (as opposed to a mini-series?) way back when it was first released. Oh my goodness! I'm so thrilled with it! I've had no sleep, it's 6AM and I'm about to dive in and read another installment. Truly, Dragon School is in my top ten favorites, as is the author. Thanks & keep up the good work. I'm glad Amel figured out the bags of dust & the motivation of her enemies. Now, how will she stop them?

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tera Comer

    Amel just can not seem to get a break, but this just shows how strong she is. Of course this time there is drama not of her own making and she has to figure out how to get out of the situation with the help of Raolcan. I can not wait to see what is in store for Amel in the next book. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Crystal

    OMG so much going on this time. Ephretti has work to do with the help of Dax. Lenora runs into Amel and heads off to help as well. Tor is still determined to become a Dragon Rider as well. Jalla still makes me so crazy, and I am not sure being her blood sister is in Amel's best interest. Can't wait for 18, but also sad to know the ending is coming. OMG so much going on this time. Ephretti has work to do with the help of Dax. Lenora runs into Amel and heads off to help as well. Tor is still determined to become a Dragon Rider as well. Jalla still makes me so crazy, and I am not sure being her blood sister is in Amel's best interest. Can't wait for 18, but also sad to know the ending is coming.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Kathy Brenzi

    In this book Amel, Hubric and the armies of Baojang make the arduous journey through the dragon warrens from the remains of Vanika City to Leedris City. Amel and Raolcan work out how the Magikas are raising the Ifrits, but now have to work out how to stop them. When they arrive at Leedris City they find themselves in an untenable position, with a sacrifice being the only solution.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Donna Johnson

    Unbelievably amazing episode This is my second dragon series. I am hard pressed to rate either one as the best. Tho this series is shorter in each episode, it is just as exciting and mysterious to try and figure the outcome I'll be sorry for the end , I love the character's and will miss them. Unbelievably amazing episode This is my second dragon series. I am hard pressed to rate either one as the best. Tho this series is shorter in each episode, it is just as exciting and mysterious to try and figure the outcome I'll be sorry for the end , I love the character's and will miss them.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    This one was a bit slow for me and I was surprised given what Amel sacrifices in one part. I thought there should have been more build up/suspense with that part. Nothing other than that really stuck out for this book. It was just a continuation of the story.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Linda Kay Orpet

    Love .... ... the story! Frustrated with the format!!! It's like watching the to be continued end of season episode every time!!! I don't read in short bursts but in hours at a time! Love .... ... the story! Frustrated with the format!!! It's like watching the to be continued end of season episode every time!!! I don't read in short bursts but in hours at a time!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Thomi-michelle Oladitan

    I love this series After Amel and Raolcan lead jala's army through the warren they encounter ifrit's and amel makes a decision that removes her slave status but makes her relationship with jala even more confusing now the war rages on and the end nears. Can't wait to read the last three books I'm waiting with baited breath I love this series After Amel and Raolcan lead jala's army through the warren they encounter ifrit's and amel makes a decision that removes her slave status but makes her relationship with jala even more confusing now the war rages on and the end nears. Can't wait to read the last three books I'm waiting with baited breath

  23. 5 out of 5

    Cali Jewel

    Another thrilling chapter in this heart pounding, action packed, emotionally thrilling adventure.... The fight for truth continues and while some mysteries are answered, others are just now coming to light... really enjoyed this read.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ola Adamska

    Not Many things happenes here when compared to Other books in The Series. Informations from it will be crucial in next books so read it carefully! It was on 'ok' Level. Im still intrigued where The story is leading us. And I Love The last scenes at The end of each book! Not Many things happenes here when compared to Other books in The Series. Informations from it will be crucial in next books so read it carefully! It was on 'ok' Level. Im still intrigued where The story is leading us. And I Love The last scenes at The end of each book!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Merri Gammage

    I still find myself hooked Just keep them coming. I get excited when another episode comes available, and I already can't wait for the next one! I still find myself hooked Just keep them coming. I get excited when another episode comes available, and I already can't wait for the next one!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Eiff

    I really enjoyed reading this book. If you like dragons, adventure, and seeing a heroine overcoming the odds, you'll love reading this series! I really enjoyed reading this book. If you like dragons, adventure, and seeing a heroine overcoming the odds, you'll love reading this series!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rose Marie

    Who needs Knights in shining armor... When you can have a dragon Prince? Whose on whose side now? Roll the dice and find out for yourself.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gigi Sedlmayer

    And the amazing story continues. Amel and her purple dragon Raolcan, Jalla, Leng and all the others. will they win the fight?

  29. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    Amel has to be the leader and get everyone closer to the Dominion to help the war. Will she be able to do it in time. This is all leading up to the biggest confrontation in the story.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Juanita Imhoff

    Amazing writing As each section of this book unfolds it becomes more and more exciting and makes one look forward to the next chapter to come on line

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