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Book Review: Liberator

The Time Has Come As the long-awaited invasion of human forces looms, Jason, Koren, and Elyssa struggle to alert the soldiers to an unforeseen menace on the planet of Starlight---a deadly illness has been released, one that already has Koren in its grip. Starlighter Cassabrie harbors a secret she believes can counter the devastation being unleashed by dragon king Taushin's latest maneuverings, but she can disclose little of her risky plan. As Cassabrie fights to save her people, the dragon Magnar works to move the Starlight prophecy in his favor. His actions could release an ancient race of dragon-like beings, making the plight of humans even more perilous. Wishing only to free the slaves and to bring peace, a few young warriors are poised to face three armies as they battle for control of two worlds. Can love, faith, and courage be enough? Will Cassabrie be the human's last hope?

 My Review:

                A great book for fantasy lovers.
                You quickly enter the world of Starlight with Bryan Davis’ captivating descriptions. There were parts in this book where I found myself laughing, crying, and fighting the battles with the characters.
                As the fourth and final book in the Dragons of Starlight series, it felt just as that. There was one major goal that applied to almost all the characters. It read as if the author was tying up loose ends. With the characters already developed in the previous books, the emotions in this book seemed a little shallow in some parts.
                I loved the motives of the characters. The good guys fought for the right reasons, and the bad guys were, well, the bad guys. This book was filled with everything you need to make a great fantasy novel: heroes, heroines, dragons, soldiers, fire, explosions, a little romance, and even a high speed river ride.
                Even though I am not a huge fantasy fan, I found this book intriguing and hard to put down.

I received this book free from Zondervan's Good Teen Reads in exchange for my honest opinion. 


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