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War has broken out between the humans of the Seven Realms and the long-lost draykoni race, and Evastany Glostrum is convinced that the Lokants are still involved. As Llandry battles to save Waeverleyne, Eva must do everything in her power to uncover the real reasons behind the Lokants’ long-held interest in the Seven. More

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About Charlotte E. English

English both by name and nationality, Charlotte hasn’t permitted emigration to the Netherlands to damage her essential Britishness. She writes colourful fantasy novels over copious quantities of tea, and rarely misses an opportunity to apologise for something. Spanning the spectrum from light to dark, her works include the Draykon Series, Modern Magick, The Malykant Mysteries and the Tales of Aylfenhame.

About the Series: Draykon
The discovery of a mysterious gemstone causes chaos across the Seven Realms. The search for the truth behind the strange stone will uncover many more mysteries; bring a long-dead race back to the Seven Realms; and start a war.

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Review by: Amber Ivers on May 26, 2012 :
warning minor spoiler

This one was my favorite of the series. I am sad to see that the story ends. I would love to have seem what was to become when the little situation was reversed. I can admit that I was hoping that their be some sort of a double wedding at the end but that didn't happen. There was a lot of action in this book and I know that I cried at least once. I must say that I hope that Ms English will change her mind and have a cause for these characters to come back. Maybe even have Orlind explode!

I was glad to see all the characters so completely linked together and they formed their own sort of family.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
Review by: Farida Mestek on May 9, 2012 :
Wow! Epic! Truly, that's got to be one of my favourite fantasy series ever. I absolutely loved the third book of the Draykon series - maybe even more so, because I was coming back to characters and places that I came to love and while I was quite desperate to know what happened next, I also wanted to make it last as long as possible. I found "Orlind" all that is amazing, unusual, interesting, fascinating and unpredictable and I hope that we'll see more of Orlind - it was incredible - as well as Pensould and Llandry, Eva and Tren, Rikbeek and Sigwide and can I just say that I adored Galywis?
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Review by: Beth Hobson on April 30, 2012 : (no rating)
The entire Draykon series is absolutely well worth the read and this final novel is no different. You delve even deeper into the lives of the characters you have come to know and love while all around you the plot is taking twists that you never for a moment saw coming. It's very well written and edited and I enjoyed it from the first page. As the final book in a fantasy series it performs admirably, giving you everything you need to sit back and say, "Aaah, that was great!"

It has my recommendation!

-Beth Hobson {Ebook Apothecary}
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Rachel Cotterill on April 30, 2012 :
This is the final book of the Draykon trilogy - if you haven't read the earlier books, start with Draykon, which is a fantastic and sweet fantasy adventure. If you loved the first two Draykon books as much as I did, I think you'll find this a perfect ending, which neatly wraps up various plot lines and mysteries from the first two books. It made me laugh, and it made me cry, and I didn't want to put it down until I finished. A perfect end to the trilogy - though I still hope there will be more from these characters in other stories.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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