The Fire Dragon by Katharine Kerr

The Fire Dragon

byKatharine Kerr

Kobo ebook | December 10, 2008

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Katharine Kerr has enchanted readers with her magical Deverry and Westlands cycle, and now she brings to a breathtaking conclusion the epic saga begun with The Red Wyvern and The Black Raven.

The final chapter begins in the holy city as it rises from the ashes of Deverry's long wars. Prince Maryn prepares to claim the high kingship, but still the rebel Boar clan stands fast against him. And at court, his illicit passion for the young dweomer apprentice, Lilli, threatens to revive a curse that only she -- at her own peril -- can lift.

It is a drama that will be played out centuries later in the city of Cerr Cawnen. Among the many who take refuge in the lakeside citadel, nestled in a volcano's shadow, are a Westfolk band guided by the elven enchantress Dallandra and protected by Rhodry Maelwaedd and his fiery guardian dragon.

Meanwhile, from the north come the savage Horsekin slavers, ancient foe of the Westfolk, now bent on the domination of Cerr Cawnen. They are awaited by the sorceress Raena, their self-sworn high priestess and the votary of an evil goddess. Now, as Rhodry and Raena renew their timeless enmity, the fate of the city and every soul within it hangs in the balance -- and on an act of self-sacrifice dangerous beyond imagining.


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Title:The Fire DragonFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 10, 2008Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0307484874

ISBN - 13:9780307484871

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Definitely a great ending I agree with the previous review that yes it really leaves you hanging, and yes I thought it was going to conclude the series too. I definitely loved the twists in this book, my favorite in the series since Days of Air and Darkness. I'm glad that she is writing more for the series and am very excited to see what is going to happen.
Date published: 2007-07-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Supposed to be a conclusion? This book picks up nicely where the Black Raven ends. Overall the story continues nicely till the end, which kind of leaves you hanging. I thought this was supposed to be a conclusion to the series. I don't know, maybe I missed something.
Date published: 2001-03-24