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BOOK OF DRAGONS: BOOK 3 IN THE CHRONICLES OF TIRALAINN VOLUME THREE OF FIVE
SARA REINKE
ISBN# (10)1-55404-425-1/(13)978-1-55404-425-2
February 2007
Double Dragon Publishing Inc.
www.double-dragon-publishing.com
E-book
$5.99
323 Pages
Fantasy/Sci Fi
Rating: 4 cups

Temuchin Arightei, the “chosen one” who can lead the sleeping dragons, is in grave danger. An evil spirit, Mongoljin, is bent on destroying him. Rhyden Fabhcun, the elf, whose destiny is related to Temuchin, is traveling along with him and his people, the Oirat, in search of the lost dragons.

Meanwhile, Captain Fainne, his daughter, and his crew have been searching for Rhyden. They are soon captured by the Enghan, a primitive but intelligent people, who are fleeing from the Torachan Empire.

Captain Fainne wants nothing more than to save Rhyden, but fears that the elf is dead. He must also do what he can to protect his daughter, the man he considers to be like his son and the woman he is falling in love with. During their captivity with the Enghan he discovers the secret of what The Empire wants from the Enghan. If The Empire achieves this goal, the consequences will be catastrophic.

The third installment of Sara Reinke’s Book of Dragons series is just as phenomenal as the first two books. As in all great fantasies, several storylines are moving toward the coming together of an ultimate goal, but much is sacrificed along the way. The emotional aspect of this story increases as the characters move toward their destinies. These are not one dimensional characters, but are diverse with varying experiences and values. The people and creatures are so life-like that they become real in your mind. The use of the ways the different races speak together with foreign languages sprinkled in the dialogue makes for an intense and rich reading experience.

Bonnie-Lass
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