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The Dreaddrac host is coming and King Saxthor and his allies must consolidate their forces and prepare for the impending bloodbath. They must anticipate and counter the Dreaddrac King's moves, all while shoring up their own defenses in order to have the tiniest of hope in being able to save the entire continent from widespread destruction.
The Dreaddrac Onslaught (Neuyokkasinian Arc of Empire Book 4) successfully conveys the feelings of fear, desperation, and doubt that King Saxthor experiences as he and his allies are hard-pressed to defend against the armies of Dreaddrac. C. Craig Coleman's writing continues to improve in both complexity and style. He is able to craft the perfect portrait of a conflicted, young but confident king, trying to hold together an alliance while faced with decisions that can define the rise or fall of nations. The fourth book of the Neuyokkasinian Arc of Empire series highlights the tactical, military, and political events that occur behind the scenes of the impending invasion.
With scenarios like supply line sabotage, fortification weakening, and straight-up assassination, C. Craig Coleman manages to capture the no-holds-barred, gritty and unpredictable aspects of war. The characters are now fully fleshed individuals capable of carrying a chapter on their own. The second to the last book of a series should be the calm before the storm, where characters and events are set up for the final end game. If The Dreaddrac Onslaught was that calm, then I can't wait for the sheer impact the next book in the Neuyokkasinian Arc of Empire series will bring.