Servant of the Dragon: The third book in the epic saga of 'Lord of the Isles'

Servant of the Dragon: The third book in the epic saga of 'Lord of the Isles'

by David Drake
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Servant of the Dragon (Lord of the Isles Series #3) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Despite what the rest of you may believe, I liked this book. It intrigued me to sit and read and find out what happens next. I hope there is a 4th in the series!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
certainly, we all adore the characters by now.... but was the story line a bit to flat? was there enough actual uncertain action in the novel? are the characters too sure of themselves? they do seem to come across a bit full of themselves, don't they? although we all love the idea of the characters always winning.... perhaps everyonce in a while a little failure could show up and the character flaws could come into play a little bit more. Garric might just be too perfect to be real. If you've read the Wheel of Time series you know that there needs to be a bit of pain and actual human flaws to make an epic seem more life like. all in all, it was good, just a few things to concentrate on a little more.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book continues a tradition begun in the first two books--mainly quality storytelling. There is a nice balance between character deveopment and action. Not the best I've read this year but definately the pages turned quickly.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have enjoyed this series so far, but it is beginning the be a bit too unbelievable. No matter what the situation, the characters in the book seem to take it in stride. I feel no fear, urgency, or any emotion from our heros. You should be surprised in a sudden confrontation with your worst nightmare. Other than that, it is a fun series, and I suggest it during what feels like a void of good fantasy right now.