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Master of Dragons

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 4, 2012

    Great

    Loved this book. Whish there was more about the battle between the dragons.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2006

    Excellent Conclusion to an Excellent Series

    This book had a little bit of something for everyone. Lots of action with well thought-out battles and suspenseful turns of events. There was suspense, politics and intrique. Lots of good stuff :) But what really made this series interesting were the characters. The main characters were well-thought-out and developed as the story progressed. Plus they weren't the usual invincible heroes that are found in many of today's fantasy books. Instead, they faced real struggles and often needed outside help to overcome the odds. The characters often doubted themselves and what they should do. This made the story more interesting to me. Plus, the emotions of the characters felt real to me. Add to this some really interesting villains and an interesting story-line and you get a really good novel. A fun and interesting read. My only real complaint is that in a few places the action seemed a little rushed. But overall this did not detract from the quality of the narrative. One word of warning - This is the final book of a trilogy and you will be lost if you don't read the first 2 books, but both of those were very good books as well.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2005

    an excellent ending

    The third book was fantastic, it was a little predictable but a great read. I finished this one in 4 days. I can't wait for Margaret's next project.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 14, 2005

    a dragon classic

    M.Weis has done it again she has created a marvelous series.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fabulous fantasy

    Long before man walked the planet, dragons ruled the Earth and even when humans started to multiply at a rapid rate, the intelligent magic-wielding beasts accepted their presence for the most part. As man advanced, so did his use of weapons and in a century or two they could create armaments that could actually kill a dragon. Maristara the dragon went rogue and took over the kingdom of Seth, disguising herself as a human. She set up a breeding farm where dragons in human form mated with pure humans. Their offspring would look human but have the ability to use dragon-magic. The ultimate goal is for dragons to rule the half-dragons who would rule the humans.................... In Parliament, a traitor supports Maristara and the dragon Grald in Dragonkeep has set up similar breeding programs as the ones in Seth. Marcus, the prince with dragon-magic is rescued from Grald by his half-brother Ven who is half human but below the waist he is dragon. Marcus makes his way home to his father¿s kingdom to prepare him for the war that is coming between humans and dragons, while Draconas the Walker who walks among humans using illusions to appear as a human tries to broker a peace before the rogues begin the war. If Draconas, Marcus and his father fail mankind will wind up as dragon slaves.............. This work of high fantasy brings to a conclusion Margaret Weis¿s delightful dragon trilogy with all the questions answered and loose threads tied up. One can empathize with the antagonist Maristara who really believes humans could be the doom of dragon kind even while they deplore her methods to neutralize them. Readers will be surprised and enchanted by the direction the author takes with her characters. Ms. Weis deserves award nominations for her magical trilogy....... Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 28, 2014

    A must read for any Margart Weiss fan

    I thought that the Rose of the Prophet trilogy could not be surpassed. I am glad I was wrong. Here we have intrigue, love and betrayal, magic, self-doubt and heroism, oh and Evelina. Get a copy of the three books if you haven't.

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