The line between Savior and Destroyer becomes blurred as Mikial fights to free the world of Me'Auk from human occupation. On guard against a treacherous alliance with Earth, Mikial is blind to the danger from those she trusts most. They see the monster rising inside her, and will stop at nothing to prevent the return to a darker age when Throne Empresses ruled with an iron hand. As Mikial realizes the inherent danger, she must face off with the deadliest foe she has ever met-the tyrant within.
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Battle Dancer based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A tremendous conclusion to Tolan's "Dancer" series of novels...enjoyed this one, although the beginning of the book seemed a bit disjointed and difficult to follow exactly what was going on. Once I was straightened out on all of that, it was quite the novel. The characters are still as vivid as the first book, and have gone through a lot of change in that amount of time. And of course, the worlds have grown immensely more detailed.