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Reviewed by Tracy Slowiak for Readers' Favorite
What a thrill ride Blood and Royalty: Dragoneer Saga Book Six turned out to be! I must confess that I was already a fan of this series, so when the opportunity came to review this, the final installment of the Dragoneer Series by M.R. Mathias, I jumped at the chance. This book is absolutely fabulous from its start to its finish, and brings this great series to a satisfying conclusion. In this installment, fear, death and destruction are about to be rained down upon those we’ve come to love in this series; the Dragoneers, their families and their dragons as well if they aren’t able to thwart Kind Richard’s plan to take the Mainland throne. The action never lets up in this novel, and you’ll be on the edge of your seat from start to finish.
I love, love, love this book. I always get worried when I become attached to a series that the end will not satisfy me. Or even worse, that it will be a disappointment. But I needn’t have worried. M.R. Mathias has not disappointed me before, and he didn’t in Blood and Royalty: Dragoneer Saga Book Six either. This book would appeal to any lover of fantasy or science fiction, young adult or older, and to any reader who just enjoys inventive, creative story-telling. M.R. Mathias is a master at world building and is so good with creative descriptions that you can almost feel the wind whipping through your hair as you soar along on the back of a dragon. The only suggestion that I have for the author is that maybe he could re-think the decision that this is the last book in the series. I would certainly love to read more about the Dragoneers. As I think that is probably unlikely, the thing I would most like to say to M.R. Mathias is “Bravo!”