Talon Saga, Book 3

eBook - 2016
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Baker & Taylor
While Ember regroups with Riley and the rogue dragons to avoid being forced into becoming an assassin for Talon, solider Garret journeys to the birthplace of the Order of St. George to uncover deadly secrets. By the best-selling author of the Iron Fey series.

When forced to choose between safety with the dragon organization Talon and being hunted forever as an outcast, Ember Hill chose to stand with Riley and his band of rogue dragons rather than become an assassin for Talon. She's lost any contact with her twin brother, Dante, a Talon devotee, as well as Garret, the former-enemy soldier who challenged her beliefs about her human side.

As Ember and Riley hide and regroup to fight another day, Garret journeys alone to the United Kingdom, birthplace of the ancient and secret Order of St. George, to spy on his former brothers and uncover deadly and shocking secrets that will shake the foundations of dragons and dragon-slayers alike and place them all in imminent danger as Talon's new order rises.

Publisher: Toronto, Ontario :, Harlequin,, 2016
ISBN: 9781460394182
Characteristics: text file,rda
1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc. - Distributor


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kirstd31 Aug 01, 2016

I thought this was the last book in the series. I was wrong. This book was boring and drawn out. What I don't get is how Ember loves Garrett and Riley? She is a dragon who can turn into a human. But the book makes them seem like separate beings. If Riley is her dragon soul mate shouldn't she pick him? The other series by this author were really good. She needs to end this series and start something new.

May 31, 2016

This has been my least favorite series from Julie Kagawa (Is it the TALKING dragons? I think it's the talking dragons), but fortunately, this book was a nice improvement over the first two of the Talon series. It doesn't have the dark grittiness of the Blood of Eden series, and it doesn't have the fantastically creepy qualities of the Iron Fey books. It does, however, have dragons (Cool!) (HUH???)

This book is more violent than the first two, the stakes are raised in the conflict between Talon and the Order, the circle surrounding all of the warring entities is tightening, and Ember makes a big decision - all good stuff. Now, if we could just figure out how to silence the dragons in the next book...


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Feb 20, 2018

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Jun 17, 2016

I'd always wondered what the monster would do if its prey suddenly turned into a winged, scaly, sharp-toothed monster itself. Probably the reason that there were no dragons starring in horror movies - the real monster wouldn't be quite as scary in comparison.


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