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Dance of Steel

Dance of Steel

Written by Jordan Rivet

Narrated by Caitlin Kelly


Dance of Steel

Written by Jordan Rivet

Narrated by Caitlin Kelly

ratings:
4.5/5 (10 ratings)
Length:
14 hours
Publisher:
Released:
Nov 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781515982265
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Dara and Siv flee through the treacherous snows of Vertigon, injured and defeated, with enemies in pursuit. They don't know when they'll return to the mountain they love. If they make it to safety, they'll have to figure how to challenge the Lantern Maker and retake Siv's throne.



But when one of them disappears, the other must travel into the wild on a desperate rescue mission. Dangers abound in the Lands Below, and this journey is only the beginning. As rumors of war spread across the land, Dara and Siv will have to fight to be together again. But neither one can forget the adversary they left behind-no matter how hard they try.



Back in Vertigon, Sora defies the Lantern Maker and his wife as they set dangerous plans in motion. Seeking to expand their dominion, they may unleash an even greater peril. Will Sora and her secret allies be strong enough to stop the coming storm?
Publisher:
Released:
Nov 29, 2016
ISBN:
9781515982265
Format:
Audiobook

About the author

Jordan Rivet is the author of the Seabound Chronicles, a post-apocalyptic adventure series set at sea. She is from Arizona and lives in Hong Kong.


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  • (4/5)
    While I didn't think that Dance of Steel was as strong a book as the two previous books in the series, it's still a solid 4 star. Siv has gotten himself kidnapped and Dara... loyal, loving Dara, with the help of the lady Vine,set off to locate and hopefully rescue the Prince. We also get to see Siv's sister, Sora, now the queen of Vertigon, read from Sora's POV, so that we get to see what's happening in Vertigon under the Fireworkers, now that Dara and Siv are on the run elsewhere. I always thought Sora would make a better Queen then Siv was King and that certainly has proven to be the case. Plus there's a budding romance developing between Sora and one of her guards(who will remain nameless). As usual Jordan succeeded with the suspense and action in Dance of Steel and I cannot wait to see what happens in City Of Wind! Jack Murphy