Legon Restoration: Book Three in the Legon Series

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Two thousand years have passed since the War of Generations came to a standstill. Since then, tension has risen, kingdoms have fallen and the land is at a crossroad. House Evindass, along with the rest of the Pawdin Empire, is in a life-and-death struggle to free the land and themselves from the Iumenta. Now, in the last book of the Legon series, everything will come to a head. More

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Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
Published by Somnium Press LLC
Published: Dec. 19, 2012
Words: 114,280
Language: English
ISBN: 9781938387005
About Nicholas Taylor

Hi, I’m Nick Taylor, I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, possibly the greatest place on earth. I went to Dakota Ridge High and was in band— that’s right I was a band nerd and no, I don’t have any cool “one time at band camp” stories, so don’t ask.

I started writing in October of 2007. I was driving around with a friend and said “hey, I wonder if I can write a book.” So I thought I’d try and write outline and see what happens. Well, I finished the outline and I couldn’t just stop there. I needed to write chapter one and then that would be it. Do you see where this is going? Anyway, after chapter one was done, I had to finish the first book. But I wanted to get input as I went in order to write a better story. I decided to do a podcast of the first three chapters to see what people thought. After the first podcast, I decided that I wanted to continue to do it and more over, I wanted to get a larger listener base. It's all been a wonderful journey from there.

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Reviews

Review by: SansSerif on March 15, 2013 : star star star
Rather predictable but still enjoyable concluding story of the series. Unfortunately not much added to the world, little development of subsidiary characters (esp. Stacy - a real opportunity missed there), almost but not quite a ho-hum winding up of the series. Definitely the weakest of the three books.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Aidan Lam on Feb. 23, 2013 : star star star
This book is an okay ending to the Legon series and he beginning of this book and the middle was very enjoyable. The ending however left much to desire. Some examples:

-How many Humans were actually alive by the end of the war. -What are Stacy's feelings after the war.
-Is she still loyal (to who?)?
-Is there any more information concerning the relationship between Legon, Sasha, and the White Dragon?
-Whatever happened to the Black Dragon?

Just some questions left unanswered. Also the pace of the ending was incredibly rushed compared to the rest of the storyline. 3/5 stars just cause I like the beginning, middle, and the overall storyline of the 3 books.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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