'I swear by the stars that you and the others slain tonight will be the first of many. Of that you have my word.'
With Aven Dalmarta now hiding in the shadows of Meya, Alex is desperate to save Jordan and keep the Rebel Prince from taking more lives.
Training day and night to master the enhanced immortal blood in her veins, Alex undertakes a dangerous Meyarin warrior trial that separates her from those she loves and leaves her stranded in a place where nothing is as it should be.
As friends become enemies and enemies become friends, Alex must decide who to trust as powerful new allies-and adversaries-push her towards a future of either light... or darkness.
One way or another, the world will change...
The absolutely incredible, spell-binding third book in the Medoran Chronicles - I couldn't put it down! Alex is desperate to save her friend Jordan, and finds herself on a journey she never could have foreseen, befriending people she never would have expected. Rich with magic, evil intentions and time-travel, I suggest having the next instalment, Graevale, on hand to start as soon as you finish! - Rosie (QBD)
Draekora is everything I hoped for and far, far more. Everything is completely turned on it’s head and it is glorious. There’s one character who ripped my heart out (okay, three, but one’s a dragon so what can you expect?) and it was glorious. Also, did I mention dragons? Well, draekons. Lynette’s books just keep getting better, and I can’t wait for the next one to completely destroy me… - Melissa (QBD)
With each better than the last, it is no surprise that I loved this third instalment of the Medoran Chronicles. What can be better than elves and dragons? Telepathic draekoran!
In addition to her strength of will discovered while at Akarnae, Alex has to learn to use her Meyarin abilities so that she - as "The Chosen One" - can fight the evil Aven who is set on taking over the world.
In "Draekora" an unexpected bond develops between Alex and Xiraxus, a draekon (which reminded me of Anne McCaffreys Pern dragons). Featuring a bit of time travelling, Alex learning to use her Meyarin abilities, enemies becoming friends and Lady Mystique making her enigmatic return "Draekora" is a read not to be missed.
I'd recommend this series to anyone who loves Narnia, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings - and dragons!
- Kerryn (QBD)