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Queen of Dragons (Drakon Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2008

    dissapointing

    I loved Smoke Thief and I have continued to read the series because of how much I loved the first book. However, the second book was a little bit of a letdown after reading Smoke Thief and this third book almost seemed like it was written by a completely different (and inept) author. It was all over the place, the plot seemed basically like a watered down and more confusing re-write of Smoke Thief. The characters fell completely flat and you couldn't identify with them. And then, after plodding my way through to the end, hoping for some redemption to the story it ends abruptly without resolution, apparently until another book from the series can be published. So dissapointing!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 28, 2008

    would have been nice if finnished

    I was enjoying the book right up to the end when i realized that she did not finnish it. I loved her first two books in the series and was very excited to bring it home and read, but was very disappointed.I can't reccomend this book

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2012

    Suneagle

    Ran to the next result

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 18, 2012

    A good read

    I enjoyed this series a lot.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2012

    Queen of Dragons

    Lousy ending!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2009

    Ok!

    This book of the series dragged a little. But it was still good.

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  • Posted June 21, 2009

    I love it!

    I finish it in 3 days, couldn't put it down for not even a second. I have read a series of romance novels and this is one of my favorite, it takes my minds far away with all the image needed to create a world of it own within my minds eye. I have purchased all the parts for this book so that I can go back to understand more about the dragons,

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2008

    Queen of Dragons

    I really enjoyed reading this book, but like one of the other reviewers the end left me wondering where the rest of the book was. However, that wouldn't stop me from reading the book, loving it, or recommending it to anyone else.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    one of the best romantic fantasy sagas on the market today

    The Drakon are a unique species who look human except they have the uncanny additional abilities to change into smoke or dragons. The English Drakon has believed they are the last of their people until they learn from correspondence that a tribe exists in the Carpathian Mountains.--------- In Darkfrith in York, the elated English alpha Drakon aristocrat Kimber Langford hopes that a 'lost tribe' has surfaced. She sends trusted aids to Transylvania to meet with the Carpathian tribe led by alpha Princess Maricara. Her brother is the puppet ruler, but he serves as her front as he is non-alpha. However, Kimber is stunned to learn his agents are massacred by an unknown force. Maricara travels incognito by herself to York to warn Kimber that a secret organization is dedicated to the objective of Drakon genocide.----------- The third Drakon romantic fantasy (see THE DREAM THIEF and THE SMOKE THIEF) like the previous tales is fantastic entry that adds to the Abe mythos starting with the fascinating English egocentric belief that the Carpathian group is a found ¿lost tribe¿. Kimber is a full blooded Drakon lord while the Princess heats is blood to a boiling once they meet. The courageous QUEEN OF DRAGONS actually owns the plot as she risks her life to warn her brother tribe of the dangers from an adversarial opponent who looks upon the Drakon as evil. Sub-genre fans will appreciate this strong entry, but those who read the previous Drakon entries already know this is one of the best sagas on the market today.---------------- Harriet Klausner

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