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Aljeron and Valzaan journey to awaken the Father of Dragons, to enlist his aid and his children's aid against Malek's armies. The forces on both sides are being drawn together towards a great battle....

Title : Father of Dragons
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ISBN : 9780875527239
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 486 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Father of Dragons Reviews

  • Shantelle
    2018-10-01 07:18

    Starting from where Shadow in the Deep leaves off, Father of Dragons continues the epic adventure. Things heat up; heroes are sought out, queens are captured, more battles are fought. I loved meeting the almost legendary people with their battles brothers, and hearing more about Sulamandir. Great to see all of Allfather's people coming together to fight the evil army!Father of Dragons ends suddenly and at a monumental part... of course. I'm excited to pick up the last book and see how this journey ends! I'm excited to see people reunite after the war is over... families get back together, pick up the broken pieces, move on... It's been an incredible journey to read through, but now I'm ready for some happiness and peace. :)Father of Dragons was interesting, suspenseful, heart-breaking, and yet hopeful. I'm really glad I decided to read this series, and am eagerly awaiting the last book, where everything will come together at last! :)

  • Cathrine Bonham
    2018-09-30 07:14

    I loved this book. But I loath writing reviews for books that fall in the middle of series.This book, Father of Dragons is the fourth book in the five book epic fantasy series The Binding of the Blade. It continues the story of Malek (A dark Lord type character) and his conquest of a land called Kirthanin.The Binding of the Blade series by L.B. Graham could easily have been one long book. Except that book would be ridiculously heavy. The problem with writing a review for each book is that it can't really stand alone. Each book is written so that they seamlessly flow into the next. Seriously there is very little recap at the opening of each book. Book one, Beyond the Summerland is probably the only one that can stand on it's own. Start with this book and if you want to read more make sure you have the next four ready to read.

  • Evan
    2018-10-14 12:20

    AwesomeBook is awesome! Best one in my favorite series! The characters and the situations are superb, must read. (Can't wait for next book)

  • Evan
    2018-10-13 12:06

    I loved it, it was so suspenseful at the end. I did expect that Rulalin would turn good right before the end. I was very curious to how Benjiah would be able to get out of that position when he was chained to the poles. I loved it when he started to sing the song, it was the same song that Andunin sang in the first book to Tarlin in the prologue. I was very surprised that the bringer of storms (I do not know how to spell his name) did not knock the walls down, and right afterwards then Sulmandir and his sons would come to me think that would have been more suspenseful. But I loved the book and I was not able to set the book down until when he dragged on about why Benjiah should die.

  • Daniel
    2018-09-27 11:10

    I must say that L. B. Graham continues to impress me, he will go down in history as one of Fantasy's greats. I hear, and see some valid comparison's of Tolkien, and to a point they are valid. But I would say that, he is more an amalgamation of J.R.R Tolkien and C.S Lewis. What I mean by that is: he has the attention to detail and a well established back-ground that is so often seen in the works of Tolkien. But, at the same time we see an incredible story-telling element, not to mention a warmth in his characters, which is indicative of Lewis. While I make these comparisons, in reality L.B. Graham achieves something original, which in this day and age of fantasy is rare indeed.

  • Nathan
    2018-09-25 06:18

    This book was wonderful. I could not put it down. If you like The Lord of the Rings then I highly advise you to pick up this series. This the fourth of five books and the fifth one does not currently come out until next spring.

  • Magma
    2018-10-02 06:57

    LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT!!!!!I have loved the whole entire series and wait eagerly for the 5th and final book!read the whole series(no matter how bad it might look{looks can be VERY deciving in this series...XP}) andthere is a 99.9% chance you will LOVE IT TOO!!!!

  • Ginny
    2018-09-20 10:58

    Finally am able to read the fourth in this excellent series!Hurray for the Salem Library which got this book onto their shelves. AND I am the first to get to read it!Now for the fifith!I am quite anxious to find out what happens to all the characters next.

  • Steve Hemmeke
    2018-09-20 11:15

    Okay.Worldview is solidly Biblical, but the writing isn't the highest quality. It's long and it plods. If you're desperate for something for your kids to read, you could do worse, but I wouldn't pay more than the kindle prices.

  • Reb
    2018-10-15 06:03

    Excellent!

  • Neala
    2018-10-13 11:10

    I didn't like this book as much... seemed too much like Lord of the Rings type thing going on... disapointing.

  • Bekah
    2018-10-08 07:11

    Possibly faster paced than some of the previous books, events really seemed to climax in this book. Couldn't put it down, from start to heartrending finish. Can't wait to start the next one!

  • Bill Tillman
    2018-10-09 09:22

    This is an excellent series of five novels. You keep plugged in by following the lives of multiple characters and their individual tales.

  • Kristen
    2018-10-06 12:06

    Loved!

  • Amelia
    2018-10-02 10:08

    I loved finally getting to the dragons! Sort of a fascination with me.

  • Matt Kelly
    2018-10-06 10:18

    Fantastic! Can't wait to read the 5th one!

  • Cole
    2018-10-16 07:04

    I've read this series twice and couldn't wait to download. A series I can recommend to anyone who enjoys fantasy.