Dragon Avenger review ☆ 3

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From the national bestselling award winning author of Dragon Champion second in the fantastic new Age of Fire series Flung to freedom as their mother batt. This book is awesome What struck me about Dragon Avenger is that istead of continuing the series off from book 1 it instead restarts the events of the first book of the age of fire except this time the protagonist is Wistala Auron's sister and is told from her perspective and what she was doing while the events of the first book unraveled The book is great Partway through she gets taken in by an elf and a big chunk of the book focuses on how Wistala starts to connect with the people in the estate known as Mossbell that the elf who saved her lives in The book indeed sets itself in Mossbell alot and circles around it's problems especially around a curupt ruler named Hammer who wishes to claim the estate for his own It does centre a lot in Mossbell and I did not find this to be too much of a problem However I really wish that Knight had a bit of an adventurous plot like in the first one where Auron seems to venture from one place to another not seeming to hang around for very long in one particular place The plot moves uickly this ways and is diverse However this is not the case with Dragon Avenger Wistala spends a lot of time with the Humanids in Mossbell once she arrives there istead of being as adventurous as her brother Auron in the previous book However it allows the reader to learn about Wistala's friendship with the elf who saved her and the other residents of Mossbell who she also finds herslef acuainted to The book in this sense does an excellent job at having Wistala connect with humanids alot than Auron did in the previous book Overall the book was a solid read and I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Dragons Fantasy novels and especially to those who have read the first one

review Dragon Avenger

Dragon AvengerLes a group of slave trading dwarves young Wistala and her gray scaleless brother Auron find themselves alone in the Upper World And when Auron sacrifices. Dragon Avenger features Wistala the brother of Auron whom we met in Dragon Champion and recounts her story as she grows encountering cats elves dwarves intermingled with deception and an ultimate plan of revenge on her parents’ killersI was expecting a continuation of Auron’s story but I enjoyed hearing Wistala’s tale The beginning is similar to Auron’s of course with a different flavour but after Wistala and Auron part it is very different from Auron’s experience Wistala has all the appetites of a scaled dragon including that for gold She’s likeable in a different way than Auron and is less impulsive and devious than he is We see different cultures here — the elves the warring dwarves Wistala thinks on her feet and manipulates others to achieve her goals I can’t wait for the next one I'm giving this 45 stars

E.E. Knight Ñ 3 read

Dragon Avenger review ☆ 3 ´ ❮Reading❯ ➿ Dragon Avenger Author E.E. Knight – Gwairsoft.co.uk From the national bestselling award winning author of Dragon Champion second in the fantastic new Age of Fire series Flung to freedom as their mother battles a group of slave trading dwarves young Wis From the national bestselling awarHimself so that she may live Wistala must overcome her grief and fear to find others of her kind and bring her wrath to bear on those who would destroy the. Wistala’s story the story of the Avenger of the Clutch begins in the same way as Auron’s story but its course and outcome varies greatly Dragon Champion and ‘Dragon Avenger’ both happen in the same time but follow different characters and that broadens the world by a long way In ‘Dragon Champion’ Hypatian Empire was mentioned uite often but it’s only in ‘Dragon Avenger’ that we get to see these pitiful remains of the once great domain On the other hand in ‘Dragon Avenger’ we see the Chartered Company a couple of times and the dragons carrying riders – and both are playing the major role in ‘Dragon Champion’ In ‘Dragon Champion’ AuRon faces down Eliam the younger Dragonblade with scarred face a sadist who kills chained dragonelles and calls it glory In ‘Dragon Avenger’ we see how he got the said scars when Wistala crossed paths with Eliam a youth who would throw a cat into the fire just for the fun of it Truly some people never changeWhat makes the world of this series so real is how diverse it is In some books you got dwarves elves and humans having cultures different from each other but all the same inside the race – but there you can see different groups in the same race There are dwarf mercenary clans and dwarf trading guilds; elf bandits elf scholars and elf landlords; human farmers human barbarians and human nomads and too much to listOne of the main differences though is between Wistala and Auron themselves They are far from each other opposites a scaleless grey dragon and a lone dragonelle in the world full of enemies and both of them survive and thrive through cunning and not brute force Still the ways they think differ greatly Auron is prone to head on advances while Wistala always uses subtle approach to the problem Both Auron and Wistala lost their family – but Auron put the past in the past and lives on while Wistala craves vengeance Still Wistala is the one who has ualms about killing hominids since she sees them as people while Auron would kill without a second thought If you see how many hominids the two had killed with only their teeth and talons Auron is far ahead of Wistala – but no one lays waste on the whole cities better than her‘Dragon Avenger’ has a very interesting and original take on the theme of revenge I admit I have a love hate relationship with this topic and Wistala’s choice appeals to me After seeing her mother and sister butchered and skinned after nursing her father back to life only to see him killed before her eyes Wistala makes those who did it pay But her heart isn’t burning with all consuming hatred neither does she have a cold sick and twisted mind focused entirely on her revenge ‘She’d kept her promises but felt little satisfaction in were blood Avenging her own was a grim duty like breaking a bullock’s back in a dive so that you could eat and just as necessary to survival Ignoring those who kill others in the hope they won’t get around to you only means that when they appear to take your head and scales they would apply all they learned in other victories making your chances against them so much the worse’ Wistala views revenge as something that just has to be done Sometimes it’s making sure that her enemy is in no condition to kill any hatchlings Sometimes it’s putting your pride and arrogance aside and settling old scores once and for all – as it was done with the DragonbladeThe Dragonblade is one of the most complex and controversial characters I’ve encountered both a villain and a hero in his own right He’s a mercenary dragon slayer who kills hatchlings and dragonelles – but he also takes on full grown dragons himself He makes his living by killing for money and selling bodies of his victims – but he believes in what he’s doing The dragons are the main heroes of the story but let’s not forget that they do tend to be