Call of the Scorched Empire

The Serpentine Throne, #4

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Pub Date 19 Jul 2021 | Archive Date Not set

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Mairynne has loved, lost, and found. And now. . . she returns.

Nantai is no longer as Mairynne remembers. Her journey to find her father took too long. The City by the Sea is no more than ash, and there is only one explanation: dragon fire.

In Ise, Mairynne fulfilled her destiny and accepted a companion from the Fey Queen. Now, the great pearlescent dragon is now bound to her soul. Although her dragon is innocent, what will returning mean for them? And if another dragon is burning cities, will putting her father back upon the Serpentine Throne be enough?

As she retraces her steps, she sees Nantai from a new perspective. Friends become enemies and enemies become friends, and she no longer has the strongest person she’s ever known to rely upon. Her father at her side reassures her, but she also fears his judgment when he learns of her dragon.

How will she handle the new state of her beloved country?


Mairynne has loved, lost, and found. And now. . . she returns.

Nantai is no longer as Mairynne remembers. Her journey to find her father took too long. The City by the Sea is no more than ash, and...


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Call of the Scorched Empire by Susan Stradiotto The next story in the series shows the politics of connecting the country's to the remaining Ryu dragons. The difficulty comes from the hidden nature of the interaction between the Ryu and humanity. Those humans that were connected to the Ryu can not tell their friends and family for fear of discovery would lead to destruction. those lives are very fragile and their attempts at creating peace are faced with internal conflict between the remaining Ryu.

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I finished this series as soon as a could together. The journey was really interesting and I really enjoyed going on it. The characters have felt like the same characters and I really enjoyed this.

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