Isle of Dragons
The Ruler of Vansh
by L. A. Thompson
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Pub Date 20 Dec 2023 | Archive Date 25 Feb 2024
Secrets are revealed and alliances are tested as the final battle between the rebels and King Jarrod’s forces looms ahead in the third book in the Isle of Dragons series.
As the Isle of Dragons crumbles around them, Jade Sol and her friends must pick up the pieces of the remaining rebel forces and band together one last time. Meanwhile, Jade’s childhood friend turned rival, Kaylen Jacobs, must reckon with the consequences of her actions as she is once again pitted against Jade and her friends.
With the gateway between the spirit realm and human realm now open, King Jarrod is making plans to fulfill the prophecy to kill the earth spirit. As the land crumbles around them, Jade must uncover the truth about the dark prophecy and destroy the final stone. But Jade must do this at a great personal cost to herself. Will Jade save her world, or will she lose herself in the process?
Average rating from 11 members
"Isle of Dragons: The Ruler of Vansh" is the exciting conclusion to the trilogy. This book follows young heroes, dragons, and machines on a spectacular island journey that I thoroughly enjoyed.
I have to admit; I'm not usually a fan of steampunk, but the way it's blended with fantasy in this book is spot on. The mix of these two genres created a unique atmosphere that appealed to my love for fantasy without overwhelming me with steampunk elements.
4.0 / 5.0
Isle of Dragons: The Ruler of Vansh is the final book on the Isle of Dragons trilogy. This steampunk fantasy is fun, well paced, and full of interesting characters that are well written. Towards the end, I think the pacing could have slowed a bit and given more body to the events, but overall it was enjoyable.
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The Ruler of Vansh made an exciting finale for the Isle of Dragons series. It follows Jade Sol and her friends as they come together to face the final battle against their rival and save the world. The characters really came to life and felt realistic and personal, and the plot kept me interested from the first few pages. The pacing was good, and I enjoyed the unique steampunk aspects that were added - not something I've seen before in fantasy, but very well done here. I would highly recommend this series to fans of How to Train Your Dragon and His Dark Materials.
I loved the use of dragons and magic in this universe, it worked as a third book in the Isle of Dragons series. It had what I enjoyed from the other two books and was written in a way that was meant to. The characters were everything that I was looking for and worked in this world. It left me wanting to read more from L. A. Thompson.
The way this book describes the surrounding environment and its buildings is amazing! I could feel like I was inside that world! The sacrifices all the characters had to make kept me on the edge of my seat! Complete with dragons and action packed this is definitely a book to pick up!