Summary

Vosper's Revenge is the final book in Kristian Alva's popular Dragon Stones trilogy. As the races of Durn stand on the brink of war, the power-hungry emperor plans his conquest of the entire continent. The dragon riders are fragmented. They have been scattered across the land; weakened by the discovery of a traitor in their own ranks. Are the riders strong enough to defeat Vosper before he destroys them all?
©2012 Defiant Press (P)2013 Defiant Press
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4 out of 5 stars
By Kindle Customer on 12-04-18

Great...series!!!

Loved it. The performance was excellent. A must read. Can't wait to read next book in series.

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2 out of 5 stars
By Adam on 30-10-17

Then the characters get dumb.

This series started out fair enough. A derivative to be sure, but enjoyable enough in its own right. The decline becomes sharp in this volume. Characters who should be wise make mistakes that are obvious in nature leading to deaths of enjoyable characters for no other apparent reason then "whelp we need a death to raise the tension." I have no problem with character death, but it should feel earned, not have me sitting there asking why experienced people are being so dumb. Then the book moves to a climax on a whim. Not building to it, just hey there are a bunch of us here, lets do this because it is an option.

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