Dragon Redeemer

Dragon Redeemer

by Amy Bearce

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ISBN-13: 9781620079768
Publisher: Whampa, LLC
Publication date: 05/23/2017
Series: World of Aluvia , #3
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range: 8 - 12 Years

About the Author

Amy Bearce is the author of the World of Aluvia series, an upper-middle grade fantasy series that bridges the gap between middle grade and young adult books. Visit her at amybearce.com.

Rebecca Gibel, an award-winning stage, television, and voice actress, has worked across the country at theaters such as Trinity Rep, Cleveland Play House, and the Arden Theatre Company. Rebecca has narrated over fifty audiobooks and is facile in a wide variety of genres.

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Dragon Redeemer 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
snowbunny1977 8 months ago
3rd book in the series and it did not disappoint! I've been waiting for Nell's story and yay we get it! She took some getting used to in the first book but she grew into a favorite fairly quickly. She resents this new gift she has because she's always been a warrior and its difficult for her to deal with. Especially something of this magnitude. She's got a friend in Corbin but its also a romance and I kind felt like it was off a little. Seemed to me that Corbin wanted to change her in some way. She is a warrior at heart and has this power and he wanted her to be more healer than warrior. Thats not who she is for one thing. I understand him wanting her safe but you cant change someone like that and its not going to work as a relationship. Maybe I am the only one who felt this way about that situation I dont know. Its been 4 years since Fairy Keeper and now Nell is 19. Nell has a huge job in this book...I think more balance than anything. She's got to balance everything or its just going to fall apart for her and their enemy will prevail. Should she embrace this voice she keeps hearing and learn more in order to defeat him? Will she be able to pull this off by the end before its too late? I enjoyed the book and I love how everyone's stories get wrapped up so we can focus on Nell's story. Loved it!
cutelittleearsAB 9 months ago
There's a new enemy arising. He calls himself the Dragon. Nell's 'voice' sends her and her friends to find a special sword. The sword of legend. Located in the Ice-Locked Lands, they will face untold dangers that will have them using their friendship and magic to survive.
Tink1113 9 months ago
The World of Aluvia series far exceeded my expectations. First with fairies, then mermaids, and lastly dragons wow is all I can say. Dragon Redeemer the third book in the series totally warped my brain. I loved every last minute of it. Nell the main character was awesome I felt like I was a part of her. Never at any time did this book dis appoint me. The scenes were so explicit and everything seemed like I was right there along side Nell and her friends feeling, hearing, and sensing everything they did. I have been blown away by this series!
jcresce1 9 months ago
We get Nell's story now!! Nell has done some pretty awful things in the past books but this is her turn to redeem herself. She is helping Sierra and Phoebe and now her past is coming back to get her. You have to read the conclusion in the series!!!!
amartinez87 9 months ago
A thrilling conclusion to this adventurous series. I enjoyed seeing all the characters journeying together for the final showdown. It was a great conclusion and definitely worth reading if you’ve read the others in the series.
Edward Aubry More than 1 year ago
A satisfying conclusion to the Aluvia trilogy, told from the point of view of the strongest character in the series. Nell is introduced in the first book, Fairy Keeper, in something of an antagonistic role. She serves as a foil for Sierra, with a more aggressive personal style, and a background that makes her a less sympathetic character. Dragon Redeemer explores that background, as well as resolving a thread from Fairy Keeper that transformed Nell in ways she did not understand. I don’t want to reveal the details of the story, but suffice to say this is where Nell, a character who began as anything but heroic, finds her heroism. I am sucker for redemption stories, which is part of why I found this to be the most powerful of the three books. This is a worthy conclusion to a great series, from an author who is clearly growing with each book she writes. I very much look forward to her next project.
BookwormforKids More than 1 year ago
Nell is a warrior with a heart, who must struggle not only to find balance to save Aluvia, but also within herself. Aluvia is healing, but the process has only begun and can easily be tipped back to the road of disaster. When 'The Dragon' appears, a man behind a mask with unheard of magical power, and states his goal of ruling of Aluvia and its magic, Nell and her friends are forced to step forward to try to stop him. I did not read the rest of this series but had no trouble diving into book three and getting lost in the pages. The author skillfully brings Aluvia to life with details and vivid descriptions, which not only catch the eye but grab the other senses as well. The bread at the bakery, the smell of nature or even the sounds of the small villages bring color to this fantasy world. The main character, Nell, is a young woman who has a violent past. Her key to survival has always lain with her amazing ability to handle a sword. Now, she's also discovered her talent as a healer and a prophet--thanks to a voice living inside of her. But the mixture of these three things is something she still hasn't really accepted. There's a lot to enjoy in Nell. She's strong, brave and very self-assured, while still unsure of who she really is and what her true path should be. Her struggles and concerns make her sympathetic and easy to cheer for. But Nell isn't alone. The group of friends around her make it a real adventure. Each has their own talents and weaknesses, but even when they don't agree, they have each other's backs. It's a wonderful group, and if I had to go on adventure, I definitely want every single one of them with me. There is romance, but it's a mature, already settled one. Corbin stands at her side not only as a love interest but as a true friend. Just as Nell is trying to find the balance of her three talents and what it means for her, she's trying to puzzle it all in with her relationship to Corbin. While she sees her warrior strength as her main asset, Corbin tends to push her toward a more quiet, healer side. So the two must find balance as well. There's never a boring moment in these pages, and the heroes find themselves in one dangerous predicament after the other. There's a lovely dark mystery surrounding their opponent, The Dragon, although its not too hard to guess what his 'secret' is. There are twists and turns, although not all are hard to figure out. Some of the scenes, thoughts and reactions stumble a little but the book still grabs had holds until the very end. Especially fans of fantasy, magic, dragons and strong heroines are sure to enjoy this one. I received a complimentary copy from the publisher and enjoyed reading this book enough to want to leave my honest thoughts.
Marcella15 More than 1 year ago
With a title of Dragon Redeemer, you know there will be dragons, lots of them! The 3rd book in the fantasy series by Amy Bearce about the world of Aluvia gives us that & so much more. An older Nell is the central character and finally gets to use all of her skills with a sword in some great scenes. Good thing she’s been practicing, even if her special love, Corbin, doesn’t understand why. All of the friends from the previous books are here-Sierra & Micah, Phoebe & Tristan & Corbin. She will need all of their help when a new masked enemy from the ice-locked lands shows up on the back of an icy blue dragon at his command. Known as the “Dragon” he needs to be stopped before he takes control of all of Aluvia. Stopping him & freeing all the captive dragons & other creatures of the air is a dangerous job. Nell will need to accept the voices who have given prophecies through her to find the answers they need to defeat the Dragon & once again balance the magic in the land, sea & air of Aluvia. Will she be Aluvia’s warrior and the Dragon Redeemer? The final chapter is a real “page-turner”. I think it’s a great ending to an exciting book, perfect for middle grade to adult!
Marcella15 More than 1 year ago
With a title of Dragon Redeemer, you know there will be dragons, lots of them! The 3rd book in the fantasy series by Amy Bearce about the world of Aluvia gives us that & so much more. An older Nell is the central character and finally gets to use all of her skills with a sword in some great scenes. Good thing she’s been practicing, even if her special love, Corbin, doesn’t understand why. All of the friends from the previous books are here-Sierra & Micah, Phoebe & Tristan & Corbin. She will need all of their help when a new masked enemy from the ice-locked lands shows up on the back of an icy blue dragon at his command. Known as the “Dragon” he needs to be stopped before he takes control of all of Aluvia. Stopping him & freeing all the captive dragons & other creatures of the air is a dangerous job. Nell will need to accept the voices who have given prophecies through her to find the answers they need to defeat the Dragon & once again balance the magic in the land, sea & air of Aluvia. Will she be Aluvia’s warrior and the Dragon Redeemer? The final chapter is a real “page-turner”. I think it’s a great ending to an exciting book, perfect for middle grade to adult!
Joana_Varela More than 1 year ago
I've received an eARC in exchange for an honest review. 3.5* This is third and final book of the series World of Aluvia. The first one was about Sierra, the second one about Phoebe and the third one is about Nell, although all of them had characters almost has important as these main female characters. Nell is a warrior and she feels that her life is a bit out her control, since (in the first book) she was stung by fairies, survived and awakened the magic inside her, which made her a prophetess who spoke for Aluvia’s salvation. Although she understood the importance of her mission, and how much her life had improved with it, Nell misses… not really fighting, but the feel of having a sword in her hand, so to speak. And Corbin, her love and fairy keeper, doesn’t understand her hunger for something more than just being a prophetess and a healer. When Aluvia finds itself confronted with a new villain than wants to steal magic from magic beings and make them all obey him (in his mind giving the power to humans – meaning him), Nell, Corbin, Sierra, Micah, Phoebe and Tristan find themselves in a new mission through iced lands. Nell is haunted by dark magic that pulls to the surface her worst traits and she has to fight not only a physical battle, but an emotional one as well – not just for who she really is, but for her friends too. I really liked seeing how much she had evolved since the first book. I don’t want to spoil the plot for those of you who might want to read this book, so I’ll just say that magic is still the main theme, with interpersonal relationships going through several tests. I was a bit sad that most of the book is just Nell (and Corbin), and I missed the rest of the group – they were there, but it was almost like they weren’t missed or needed, which I didn’t feel in the previous books. It’s true that are moments when Micah and Tristan’s magic is indispensable, but it’s not really their magic (as individuals) but Earth and Water magic, which could have been used by other characters (had they been created, of course). Sierra was probably the least important and present character for me, which was a shame. I wanted to see some bonding time between these enemy-to-friends girls, and maybe have Sierra support Nell a bit more. I wish there had been more interaction between the whole group of friends and not just Nell and Corbin, and Nell and the Dragon (the villain, the man that wants to steal Aluvia’s magic). I liked Reading about Nell’s interior fight and how the voice that made her a prophetess manifested itself throughout the book and I enjoyed the ending particularly, which included a story of redemption and evolution. It was a good ending for this series although it missed some crucial points.