Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Review: The Last Dragon (The Witching Pen #4) by Dianna Hardy

Title: The Last Dragon (The Witching Pen #4)
Author: Dianna Hardy
Source: Request
Genre: Urban Fantasy
Length: Novel
Release Date: December 3, 2013
Reviewed by: Jasmyn

Rating - 4
Sexual - 2

The Earth is in a state of shock after the apocalypse. The veil between dimensions is no
more. Demons and fallen angels walk among humans, and everyone is trying to find their place in the new world - Morgan le Fey's world.

But the fairy queen finds herself cemented within humanity and struggling with human emotions, and her right-hand-man, Lucifer, has secrets which are causing fissions among every race.

Meanwhile, Karl and Elena struggle with their powers, Katarra delivers an important message, and two men will stop at nothing to protect their unborn child - the Messiah of the New Age - and the woman they love.

Far to the east, the fallen Archangel Michael is fighting for the one he holds above all others.

The Last Dragon is about to rise and seal everyone's future, which depends solely on its survival ... or its extinction.
Book Prequel: Wilted - Review
Book One: The Witching Pen - Review
Book Two: The Sands of Time - Review
Book Three: The Demon Bride - Review

I was sooo glad that there was another book after The Demon Bride.  There still seemed to be more story to tell, and while The Last Dragon isn't a romance, it really completed the series and the romances from the first three books as well.  The story tells us of the coming of the dragons, what it means to all the races, and the history of earth, hell and heaven.  Quite a lot to fit into one book.

Since there is so much going on there was a lot of jumping around.  There were a few times that it got confusing, but Dianna Hardy did a great job of merging the stories together in an easy to follow type of way.  I was surprised at how everything was wrapped up and amazed at how inventive her story ended.  It was not what anyone in the book (or the reader) expected.

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