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- File Size: 350 KB
- Print Length: 413 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Wildside Press (24 Nov. 2010)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004DNWS3M
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #764,567 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Blood of a Dragon (The Legends of Ethshar Book 4) Kindle Edition
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For those who may not be familiar with Ethshar, the novels are a series of stand-alone light fantasy stories which are loosely connected through (a) a common world setting and (b) central characters in one novel appearing as supporting characters in other novels.
Watt-Evans tends to focus on various types of magical experts (warlocks, wizards, witches, sorcerers, etc.) and many of the stories revolve around one or two magical schools. The different schools of magic are distinct from each other, and are described very well without becoming too technical or mysterious.
If you enjoy light fantasy and speculative magical themes, you will probably get hooked on L.W.E. . . . as I have been for many years!
The hero needed a good spanking as he demonstrated what a spoiled child he was. I was hoping that he would grow and mature, and I suppose he did a tiny bit. Unfortunately it was all in a negative direction. I could see the hero of this book becoming the antagonist in another. Despite his hardships he never really learned anything. I'm a fan of the Ethshar series, but this one left me wanting. I believe that there should have been at least another chapter detailing the eventual consequences of his actions, perhaps with some sort of reprecussions. Despite that I give it a solid three due to the cameos by Valder the Innkeeper and the spriggans.