For a while, I had been searching for this one book, the only one in the series that's the hardest to find and the book that explains how the beginning of Dragon at World's End begins. It was worth the search though as this is another great book of Rowley's. This one seemed to touch up more on the behavior and origin of the battledragons. As usual, the Purple Green, the biggest and strongest (and also the only wild) dragon does his best to entertain the reader with his amusing antics about food in the legions and in the wild. And Bazil and the other wyverns are right there to liven things up. Of course, when the battles against the enemy start, the dragons get serious. Christopher Rolwey describes the battles excellently.
If you're a fan of dragon/human relationship stories like me or just happen to be a lover of all things dragon, than get this book along with the other six in the series. I must warn you about one character: the new leader for Relkin's unit in this book is a real annoying loser to read about and sort of a waste of pages. Try not to be too turned off by his obnoxiousness.
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Battledragon (The Bazil Broketail Series Book 4) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08F7TY6SM
- Publisher : Voyager.World (3 August 2020)
- Language : English
- File size : 6661 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 442 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 261,870 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Another draconic masterpieceReviewed in the United States on 7 May 2005
which is mostly better than the actual plot that's serviceable without ever being ...Reviewed in the United States on 4 February 2016
Yet another unremarkable but enjoyable part of a series that contains a few nicely-realised science fiction-esque twists to the world-building, which is mostly better than the actual plot that's serviceable without ever being exceptional - and about exactly what I wanted.
Five StarsReviewed in the United States on 18 November 2016
Love this series.
i am so so glad i got itReviewed in the United States on 20 September 2015
I love it