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Raptor (Dragon Blood, Book 6)
     

Raptor (Dragon Blood, Book 6)

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by Lindsay Buroker
 

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Responsible for her friend's death, Lieutenant Caslin Ahn wants nothing more than to be left alone. She no longer deserves the company of comrades or the fulfillment she felt as a Wolf Squadron fighter pilot. But a summons from the king leaves her with no choice but to rejoin her teammates. An ancient evil has been unleashed, bringing death and destruction to the

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Responsible for her friend's death, Lieutenant Caslin Ahn wants nothing more than to be left alone. She no longer deserves the company of comrades or the fulfillment she felt as a Wolf Squadron fighter pilot. But a summons from the king leaves her with no choice but to rejoin her teammates. An ancient evil has been unleashed, bringing death and destruction to the nation, and they are the only ones with a chance of stopping it.

Dragon Blood 6 brings back Cas, Tolemek, Ridge, Sardelle, Kaika, and Tylie, as well as her dragon, for a new epic fantasy adventure.

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BN ID:
2940151003698
Publisher:
Lindsay Buroker
Publication date:
10/27/2015
Series:
Dragon Blood Series , #6
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
5,692
File size:
717 KB

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Raptor (Dragon Blood, Book 6) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book and can't wait for conclusion of series
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Riveting. Must finish the entire series
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Hoping for a miracle in the next installment .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Carries the story line on and leaves you wanting to get the next book yesterday.
2B1 More than 1 year ago
Raptor just tickles the excitement bone nicely. It is stuffed with action and evolves Cas' crisis, I think, quite respectfully. It re-unites the major players in their lovable, and sometimes teeth-grinding, yet redeemable, characteristics in battle against the threats introduced in "Under the Ice Blades", Book #5.5, which I would recommend reading if only for that reason. I devoured this book only to conclude at the shocking cliff-hanger. Oh, no, she didn't!!!
Blessed_and_Bewildered More than 1 year ago
Lindsay Buroker never disappoints. Raptor seamlessly takes you on the next exciting adventure in the Dragon Blood series. Buroker’s world building is fantastic in that she makes a true fantasy environment feel familiar and right. Her characters are fully developed and she manages to take the common, irritating, quirky family traits that exist in all families, in one form or another, and makes them humorous rather than irritating. There is not a single "normal" person in her stories and there is definitely not a single "normal" family. Thank goodness; how boring that would be! Buroker gives us: - An assassin. - A dragon releasing King. - A beautiful, kind-hearted sorceress with a savior complex. - A snarky, talking, meddling, sorceress imbued sword. - A crazy, hot, wooden dragon rubbing (for luck), well-intentioned rogue fighter pilot whose luck seems to hold; the dragon rubbing must work. - An innocent, childlike, dragon loving sorceress in training. - A silver dragon, who can turn into a human, has questionable judgement, and is attached to the sorceress in training. - A dreadlocks wearing, mad scientist, ex-pirate who is hated by most, feared by everyone smart, and yet lovable at the same time . - A tiny but mighty assassin trained sharpshooter carrying a load of guilt and a deadly sword she doesn't want. - A young, gangly, self-deprecating pilot given the call sign Pimples...yikes...not exactly confidence inspiring. - A spot on demolitions chick. - A couple of wicked, lying, criminal gold dragons accidentally set loose who kill and plunder. - A gold dragon who thinks himself god and everyone else his worshippers; at least he helps when needed. - A supporting array of pilots, military brass, hardened criminals, and all those family misfits. A cast unlike any other....so much fun and rather endearing. Raptor is full of dragons, magic, cave-ins, crazy exploits, and non-stop humor and action. It is also filled with some real physical and emotional pain, fears, and misplaced guilt which make the characters real. All said, you really should read Raptor just to find out what happens to the sofa. Yep, the fate of a sofa is quite hilarious and pops up throughout the story. I can't leave you without an important word of warning...be wary of swords! “Please. I can fry the butt hair off a flea, if I so choose." I received a review copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. My thanks to the author Lindsay Buroker. The books in the Dragon Blood series: 1. Balanced on the Blade's Edge 2. Deathmaker 3. Blood Charged 4. Patterns in the Dark 5. The Blade's Memory 6. Raptor 7. Souldblade (review coming soon) Yep, I know that I am missing reviews for books 4 and 5. I have read and loved all of the books but somehow I missed reviewing a couple. I am going to go back and happily reread those earlier books soon and write reviews to fill in my gaps in the series. For all of my reviews visit my blog at https://blessedandbewildered.wordpress.com
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A wonderful culmination of all the series books to date. Great explanations of the history of characters and introduction of new ones as well as new dragon's. A fight that will put you on the edge of your seat and will keep you from putting this book down. Just finished tonight and the next book Soul blade will be available tomorrow. Can't wait as the cliff hanger ending will be answered and this great series will continue to delight me and other readers that have been following this awesome authors creation that I have enjoyed so very much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ms. Broken continues her Dragon Blood series in the 6th book told largely from the perspective of Cas Ahn. As usual, the characters are thoughtfully portrayed and the story moves along at a good pace. There are a couple of events near the end which remain largely unexplained and a cliff hanger or two as well. Hopefully, all will be resolved in the final book. I can't wait to read it!
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Serenitea More than 1 year ago
Another great installment to an enjoyable series. I have been really looking forward to more about Cas, as well as the dragons, and this book does not disappoint.