Fire and Blood Review


Title: Fire and Blood
Author: Simone Pond
Series: Dragons of Galicia #3
Publisher: Self-published
Publication Date: 08 November 2017
Source: Silver Dagger Book Tours
Format: Ebook (ARC)
Pages: 218
Rating: 3.75 Stars
Reading Timeline: 29 November 2017










Goodreads Synopsis:

In the final book of the Dragons of Galicia Series, every turn is fraught with dangerous threats in the quest to save the kingdom.

Narrowly escaping the castle to be captured by a dragon is only the beginning of Evelyn’s problems. The list of opponents grows as she battles Ciara, Prince Kieran’s army, and more dragons.

With the neighboring villages being burned and pillaged, Evelyn must pull together her own army of dragon warriors to fight the prince and his knights. As her love for Doran deepens, she’ll do anything to ensure he stays alive, even at the cost of going to battle without him.

As the war reaches an explosive peak, both Evelyn and Ciara face deadly consequences. And the only way to save the north from total destruction is for Evelyn to trust her most deceitful adversary, Ciara. If the two don’t join forces, all will be lost.

Book Review:
Pre-reading Thoughts:


The second book really set a certain part for me. It was a lot better, there was definitely some room for improvement. I was happy to see more characters and read from different perspectives, but at the same time it also allowed my distaste for certain characters to grow. Despite that, I am interested in seeing how this series ends.

Thank you so much to Silver Dagger Book Tours for providing me with a copy of this book! Just a small disclaimer for those reading this review. I have received this book in exchange for an honest review. Please note that this does not affect my opinion in any way. All thoughts are my own.

Writing Thoughts:

The writing in this series has stayed pretty consistent. It continuously improves, but certain details stayed the same. 

Plot Thoughts:

I was kind of disappointed in this book. I ended up being confused about the timeline and certain events. The action scenes also ended up being a little more confusing. The plot had slowed down a lot and at the same time only some events added to the overall storyline.

Character Thoughts:

I liked how we got to see a different side to Ciara. She was still a bad character, but I was happy to see something else. Evelyn felt like she was a side character in the other character's story.

Final Thoughts:

Overall, this wasn't a bad conclusion. I ended up not really falling in love with this series. I definitely think that this series has potential, but the world needed to be fleshed out a whole lot more. It felt like there were elements missing that could definitely be filtered if the series ended up being longer. Thank you so much to Silver Dagger Book Tours for providing me with a copy of this book

Yours in Reading,

Melleny

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