Servant of the Crown
This was a great finalé to an amazing series! One character, Boudain, really surprised me. He stepped up and at least tried, instead of acting like a young, spoiled royal. It’s clear he has the potential to be a great ruler. Another character I really liked died in this book, too. I understand the necessity, in terms of the storyline, but dang. It really hit me hard. I’m not naming names, as it would be a big spoiler.
I am sad to leave Gil’s company. He was definitely a character I fell in love with. Each major character really changed over the course of the series. For Gil, I hope the changes stick, and he doesn’t go back to what is familiar and easy. He deserves better. I’d love to see the future of the female dragonling and if other dragons are still out there somewhere. It seems open for another story with some of the same characters, due to the arrival of the ghul/vampire-like creatures. As for this story arc and its characters, things felt pretty well wrapped up. The perfect series for any dragon fan! Highly recommended.
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|Author||Duncan M. Hamilton|
|Page Count||336 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|