This book, this series is so good that I bought the hardcover new 2020 editions. They are now on my shelf next to these 2011-2014 editions.
Oh my goodness! How could this be the last book in this series, and yet, how can it not be? I have to read them again soon, something that is rare for me to do! I will surely never forget Toothy Cows, just to name one reason for reading this series. This series started as a story that the Author and Father was making for his sons. It bloomed into an epic adventure that you will not want to put down! You should read the entire series so you don't miss anything!
Our group was left with a pending war against Gnag the Nameless, and the Fangs of Dang. Fangs come in two colors, and both the Gray ones and the Green ones are in on this. Thus, War. That would have been ok, had those horrible Fangs not got the jump on them and attacked prior to full readiness. Janner's family is all split up and separated, as well as them still being in shock over the revelation of who their father is.
Can they find their way back to each other? Will one of them die or be lost forever? Can you PLEASE understand that I adore the REAL Seadragons so don't be mean to seadragons unless you must *must"!
To try to cram this into a post, a solid review of this book, and not give away things I shouldn't, isn't easy this time. The action is far from lacking. The issues of the heart are prevalent. The ending, oh my. I do hate endings, but I hate non-endings more! Don't be afraid to share this series with your children, and park a set in the library of your Kindle or your home so that you can share them with those who can appreciate fine creative works that have an underlying Christ like theme deeply embedded into their core.
In conjunction with the CSFF Blog Tour, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.
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