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Dragon Avenger (Age of Fire Series #2)

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Great fantasy

Wistala is a dragonet who with her two brothers and sister survived their hatching and is happy to live in their cave with their mother and father cocooned in their love. The copper dragon stays away from his family the gray dragon Auron is scale-less Jizara is shy a...
Wistala is a dragonet who with her two brothers and sister survived their hatching and is happy to live in their cave with their mother and father cocooned in their love. The copper dragon stays away from his family the gray dragon Auron is scale-less Jizara is shy and clings to her mother while Wistala is strong and independent. There idyllic life is destroyed when slave traders of the Wheel of Fire kill Tala¿s mother and Jizara. Unable to fly yet Auron diverts the hunters so Wistala can have a chance to grow up free.------------ Tala finds her injured father Aurel who is near death and tries to save him but he prefers to die fighting the dwarves. Tala flies away and is joined on her journey by the elf Rainfall who takes her into his home and shows her nothing but love. For years the two live together in peace until Thane Hammar wants Rainfall¿s beautiful estate. The elf makes Tala his heir and to avoid Hammar¿s ire he encourages her to travel with his friends where she sees much of the land of Hypatia. While on her journey she devises a way to take vengeance for her family¿s long ago destruction even though she risks her own death because she will be in the heart of the enemy.---------------- The second book of the Age of Fire concentrates on Auron¿s sister and how she copes with being alone in a somewhat hostile world. E.E. Knight is a great worldbuilder who populates his story with humans, elves, dwarves, and dragons. This is a charming and enchanting fantasy with magic though it is not much in evidence. The characters who befriend Wistala love her for her mature view that homids are for the most part not evil. Told from the point of view of Tala, readers will be enamored by this beautiful specimen of dragonhood.---------------- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Where is the first book?

Where is the first book?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2013

    Where is the first book?

    Where is the first book?

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    Posted February 15, 2013

    Kyle

    Onyx go to res two....

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