Dragon Ore

Dragon Ore

by Brian Rathbone
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Dragon Ore 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 136 reviews.
Dazl More than 1 year ago
This author is wonderful with lovable characters and page turning stories. Can't wait for more books Brian Rathbone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Readit now
Sindey Garton More than 1 year ago
Many inspiring and thought provoking passages, a young female heroine, strongly recommend!
DeathMage More than 1 year ago
I loved this book it was a fitting end to the Dawning of Power trilogy. I can not wait for the series to be continued excellent work Mr. Rathbone i look forward to reading the next series.The book kept me thoroughly engrossed and i felt i knew what the characters were going through.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved book three
CHarles222 More than 1 year ago
It has been a while since I found a writer like this one. Where you try to find a place and a time to just sit and read. I was so sucked into the pages, just like I was a part of the characters with in the pages, living and breathing just like I was experiencing each situation with them all. I hope this series is continued on for I want to see what happens next in book four and book five and so on.
Penny Keay More than 1 year ago
Once started couldnt put them down!! Hhope there is more to come.
carey dowd More than 1 year ago
I thought the story was done really well and the character developement was good. I hope there is more to come for these heroes.
Anonymous 10 days ago
Fast paced well written a bit more character study would have completed this really nice work.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ok
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed these books very much, which suprised me since it is outside of my usual genre. The main players were well developed and made even more likable for their 'flaws' and vulnerabilities. Well done Mr. Rathbone!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book does NOT leave you hanging like so many do! Wonderful fun all the way to the end. I devoured this trilogy because I simply could NOT put it down!
John_H_Carroll More than 1 year ago
Lots of action in this culmination to the trilogy.  I enjoyed the interactions between the characters.  There are strong relationships and friendships throughout.  I've always been a big fan of character driven stories.  I like to get to know the individuals and love/hate them.  Catrin and her friends are definitely likable. The villain doesn't quite become the archenemy that I expected.  There's not enough of his motivation and personality that comes through.  He seems more of a politician gone power hungry who never delivers on implied evildoer promise in the end.  The other enemies throughout present frequent challenges, with the greatest enemy being nature and power I believe.  The peril to Catrin and friends delivers constant suspense, which makes it difficult to put the book down. Some of the events that happen around Catrin's home while she's gone are a bit confusing and it takes a bit of concentration to keep up with the myriad of details.  The world created is filled with sweeping vistas and exotic lands that are exciting for the reader to visit. The ending comes to a satisfying conclusion for this story, but is left open for the next series and a future that promises great adventure. Overall, this is an excellent fantasy series.  The characters and plot are original.  I definitely recommend giving it a read.
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I love this book!!
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CANNOT WAIT TO READ NEXT BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I am in love with this author... it reminds me a lot of garth nix and his sabriel series. couldnt be happier
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I have enjoyed the first two books of the trilogy greatly and look forward to the third. The author seems to becoming better at his craft with each chapter. Nancy B.
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