Havemercy by Jaida Jones


byJaida Jones, Danielle Bennett

Kobo ebook | June 24, 2008

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This stunning epic fantasy debut introduces two exciting new authors—and a world brimming with natural and man-made wonders, extraordinary events, and a crisis that will test the mettle of men, the boundaries of magic, and the heart and soul of a kingdom.

Thanks to its elite Dragon Corps, the capital city of Volstov has all but won the hundred years’ war with its neighboring enemy, the Ke-Han. The renegade airmen who fly the corps’s mechanical, magic-fueled dragons are Volstov’s greatest weapon. But now one of its more unruly members is at the center of the city’s rumor mill, causing a distraction that may turn the tide of victory.

With Volstov immersed in a scandal that may have international repercussions, the Ke-Han devise an ingenious plan of attack. To counter the threat, four ill-assorted heroes must converge to save the kingdom they love: an exiled magician, a naive country boy, a young student—and the unpredictable ace airman who flies the city’s fiercest dragon, Havemercy.

But on the eve of battle, these courageous men will face something that could make the most formidable of warriors hesitate, the most powerful of magicians weak, and the most unlikely of men allies in their quest to rise against it....

Filled with adventure and discovery, treachery and betrayal, Havemercy is a thrill ride to the unexpected—and an unforgettable journey that will linger long after the fire of battle has cleared

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Title:HavemercyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:June 24, 2008Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0553905252

ISBN - 13:9780553905250

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Different and Delightful Read! I have to tell you, this is not the typical sort of book I find myself reading. It has action, but it is really the emotional story of the relationships between different groups of people. I admit, I found it to be a little dry in the beginning because I was looking for the rock-em sock-em action scenes that the cover and description imply exists within, but after reading this book in its entirety, I have to say that it although it did not live up to the expectations I had concerning the story and plot, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It has been a while since I have read such a deeply involved and emotional account, especially one set in a magical and foreign world. If you enjoy stories which focus on the tenuous relationships between people and how we deal with our emotions and expectations in wildly different and unexpected ways, then I highly recommend this book for you. Plus, there are dragons ... and dragons are quite simply very cool. ;)
Date published: 2010-04-15