Time is running out for the world of Genoa and its magical peoples. A wizard’s past mistake must now be set right if Genoa is to survive the battle that is to come.
Dragon-warrior, Té has spent her life hiding from the power-hungry king. Raised by her wizard in the native ways of warrior combat and dragon riding, Té must now put her skills to the test, joining forces with Kriston to protect Anna as they travel to the safety of Valorna where the queen awaits their arrival.
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I love love love the story. And I really want to give it 5 stars but the way it jumps around is beyond frustrating. I found myself skimming over a lot of chunks of the book that were in other perspectives. And I found myself not really wanting to read it. I understand the author is trying to give the reader the idea of something big going on, but I really don’t need to hear about the rat receiving one order, or Sash’s point of view on the unus spell. Being told from Anna, Te or Tress’ view would’ve meant a lot more. I don’t need to hear about the revolutions every little discovery especially when it takes pages to reveal one little thing. It’s like one little thing happens and then there’s a break and we jump to something else happening. You don’t get a chance to get down into the story. I feel the book would be much better if we stuck to Anna’s perspective and maybe Kristons since from the beginning these seemed to be the main characters. Not every single person we come across needs to be heard from. Is kind of distracts from the story and makes it less personal.