In the Fifth and final part of the Dragonian Series, eighteen-year-old Elena Watkins and her dragon, the Rubicon, need to find the missing ingredients in order to free her father from Etan.
But what could the missing ingredient be?
And will she be willing to sacrifice her life if they don't find it before time runs out?
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Each book gets better
You can really see how the author excels in each book. I couldn't put them down. The first book was intriguing but each book progressively got more and more addicting. Thank you for the awesome series!
Liked the plot enough to finish the series. But found myself skimming over the annoyingly persistent teenage angst.
This book was truly a disgrace. I was previewing it for my 13 year old daughter to see if it was appropriate and it failed miserably. If Elena was anymore pathetic she would have just layer down and cried the whole time. Also the level of sexuality certainly doesn’t belong in the young adult or teen section. The writer and publisher should accept a little responsibility for providing appropriate character role models for young readers.
I’ve only read a few thousand books, but this was one of the worst.