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Posted March 1, 2012
Third Starlighter by Bryan Davis
Adrian continues to search for Fredrick's slave refuge on Starlight. But while he hoped to find a home base to help the slaves escape, he found something entirely different. Between a murderer, rumors of the Bloodless circulating, and a child displaying wisdom years beyond her age, Adrian finds plenty to keep him busy.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Marcelle returns to Major Four separated from her mortal body and wearing a cloak of earth. As with Adrian, she runs into more than she gambled for. Being labeled as a sorceress, she finds it near impossible to convince the military to journey to Starlight.
In a word: wow. I absolutely loved this book and read it every chance I had. It contains that addictive quality that all of my favorite books have, but I can never quite seem to pin it. Third Starlighter dove right into the heart of the story, answering so many of my questions about the story. While it seemed Warrior explained everything, in actuality it only gave a piece of the story, and now I can appreciate the brilliance of having the two companion series. For this tale, it is symbiotic.
This novel also dealt heavily with the concepts of humility and building character. The story is written in a way that focuses on individual's experiences, but still provides a complete aspect with excellent pacing and description.
If you're looking for an engaging series, I would suggest you read both Tales of Starlight and Dragons of Starlight. You don't want to miss this series.
I received a free copy of this book from Living Ink Books, in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
Posted October 20, 2011
Sucks you right in to the tantalizing world of Imagination
I have read the first book "Masters and Slayers", and it was eliquent and addictive. I then searched out other books by Davis and decided to read the teen parallel series "Dragons of Starlight". Both series mirror each other while entertwining you through out each story line. I have read both "Starlighter" and "Warrior" and they are equally created compared to the "Masters and Slayers" book. I am now awaiting both " Third Starlighter" and " Deviner" for both series. This story is a must read for anyone with a love for advanture and mystery, Davis does a great job revealing just enough and keeping you interested with no possible way of knowing which way he will turn in his climaxes. I strongly recommend both series for adults and the teen series is perfect for any child that has ever used an imagination. Not to gorry and no hint of stepping over bounds in the intimacy department....in one word, PERFECT. So I will update my review as soon as I get through the "Third Starlighter" book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted August 13, 2011
I can't wait for this book!!!
Master & Slayers the 1st book is AMAZING!!! I read it in about 4 days. The companion teen series - Warrior, and Starlighter. Are extremely well written. This complex intreging plot line is a must read for any fansty lover.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 17, 2012
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