Soldier - Julie Kagawa

Soldier

By Julie Kagawa

  • Release Date: 2016-04-26
  • Genre: Fantasy
Soldier book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 44 Ratings)

Soldier Julie Kagawa Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Dragons scheme and alliances shift in book 3 of the groundbreaking modern fantasy series from Julie Kagawa, New York Times bestselling author of The Iron Fey novels.

Your obedience…or your life.

Forced to choose between becoming an assassin for the dragon organization Talon and being hunted forever as an outcast, Ember Hill now stands with Riley and his band of rogue dragons. She’s lost contact with her twin brother, Dante, a Talon devotee, as well as Garret, the former enemy soldier who challenged her belief that dragons cannot love.

As Ember and Riley regroup to fight another day, Garret journeys alone to the birthplace of the ancient and secret Order of St. George, to spy on his former brothers and uncover deadly and shocking secrets—secrets that will shake the foundations of dragons and dragonslayers alike and place them all in imminent danger. Garret’s next move may be his last, but he’ll walk through fire to save the young dragon he loves against all odds.

Books in the Talon Saga:
Talon
Rogue
Soldier
Legion
Inferno

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User reviews about this book

  • Good but cliffhanger!!

    4
    By Adelphinrex
    Good book read it even though it hurt.
  • Incredible!!

    5
    By ASDFGHJKL ihkamMk
    Julie Kagawa does it again, even though there is a horrible cliffhanger, its still an incredible book. I usually don't like love triangles, but Kagawa does it so well, I can't complain.

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