By Mercedes Lackey
Within the fourth and ultimate novel of Mercedes Lackey's Dragon Jousters sequence, Kiron, the fellow who had as soon as been a dragon-boy known as Vetch, has united the dragon riders and controlled to rid their international of either conflict and magical domination. yet are the evil Magi relatively long gone for sturdy? As Kiron attempts to construct a brand new civilization on the web site of an deserted cliff dweller's urban, known as Aerie, conflicts come up, and he quickly realizes there's a massive conspiracy at paintings, consisting of people who have infiltrated each stroll of life-even his circle of relatives. as soon as the heads of the Magi, those conspirators are decided to regain their sinister control.
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The carriage crossed the river at nightfall and began a mile-long gentle ascent that ended at Budwiel’s gate. The wind picked up and seemed to blow right through the carriage walls. Erika put her head out the window and looked toward the dots of light that marked the city walls. Soon they’d be in Adro and beyond the influence of Nikslaus and his Longdogs. They would finally be safe. She looked toward Norrine. The girl slept soundly in the corner of the carriage, wrapped in furs. She stirred and let out a whimper.
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