Master of Dragons
In Mistress of Dragons we were introduced to a world where political deception, greed, and avarice have lead to a violation of the “hands off” policy of the Parliament of Dragons concerning the affairs of men.
In The Dragon’s Son twins born out of violence and raised apart discover the secrets of their legacy and the plot to incite a war between dragons and men.
Now as the evidence of deceit, betrayal, and perdition is revealed to them, who will emerge as mankind's savior as the
Master of Dragons
A divided Parliament of Dragons where division and self preservation incite war and threaten the order of the ages.
A hidden stronghold where insidious and outlaw dragons hatch a race bent on the subjugation of all mankind.
The ancient city of Seth and its mystical order of warrior priestesses who have the power to fight back against the attacks of dragons.
The twins Marcus and Ven must unlock the secrets of these places and their own powers and overcome their own personal differences as they prepare to clash in a war that may pit brother against brother and dragon against dragon to determine dominion of the world and the survival of the fittest.
Master of Dragons is the epic conclusion of Margaret Weis's triumphant Dragonvarld trilogy, an epic of politics, war, and the delicate balance of the ways of dragons and men.
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Review: Master of Dragons (The Dragonvarld Trilogy #3)User Review - Brian - Goodreads
An exciting conclusion to a dull lead in. The characters were able to finally get a grasp on what was going on and bring this story to glorious ending. Read full review
Review: Master of Dragons (The Dragonvarld Trilogy #3)User Review - Riffel Librarian - Goodreads
Overall, I found this series to be an entertaining diversion, but I did not find it as engaging as other trilogies that I have read. Although the world is well conceptualized, I found the characters to be quite predictable. Evelina, in particular, did not resonate much with me. Read full review