This book is the 5th in the Dragon's Courage series. I suggest that you read the previous books first as this book review may contain things that give away parts of the other books. In this book Kyn searches for a way to keep Ardyn and Ruskya from ruining their relationship as Ardyn struggles to grow up and Ruskya struggles to let go. Following a dream given him by Aislin, Kyn begins to organize a competition that will help all younglings and their trainers... and along the way unite the four corners.
This book like all the books in this series receives 5 stars. Here's why.
1: This book literally included every setting from the 4 previous books, it mentioned all or almost all the people from the other book. It was like a stitch to bring the four very different settings and cultures together. And they come together in the book too. This competition of Kyn's actually gets the four corners to cooperate with each other in an unprecedented way.
2: I loved that not only were all the parts together at the tournament, but there were at least two chapters, sometimes more that took place in each location. It was like taking a mental journey to all the places, not just having the places come to one plain.
3: I love love love how everyone has children. And the ones that I want to get together always seem to. I only wish that Serena and Kyn could have some kids, but there's time. And I mean they do have a super sweet relationship with Ardyn, Sylvern, Kathryn, and Tyler.
4: If you're as big a fan of the mental communications as I am, then you'll be glad to know that this book has plenty. In fact, Darryn has a new trick up his sleeve to use with his Calamadyn descendant abilities. One that I think took everyone by surprise, even himself. The only mental communication that I didn't really see was Ruskya-Duskya.
5: Aislin lives on... That was maybe one of the best parts of the book. Aislin just soaring through the sky sometimes.
I can't wait until the next book comes out in April!
Thank you, Pam, once again!