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10 thoughts on “Last Flight Dragon Age #5

  1. says:

    There’s Griffin riders flying into battle reason enough to read the book alone Just look at the cover says it all really for what this book is going to be about For those that haven’t played the video games The Grey Wardens have always ridden Griffins into battle which helped them immensely in defeating the Blights and slaying the Dragons Archdemons that controlled them Except when you the player come to

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    If Gaider had written this it would have easily been from Garahel's pov Garahel would have been a complete idiot but it's OKAY because he's FUNNY and CLEVER and ATTRACTIVE Isseya andor Amadis would have been shrill and horrible for no reason and Garahel and Amadis would have had sex in the deep roads at least once for no reason So no offense but I'm so so glad he did not write this bookI love that all the major character

  3. says:

    In 941 Dragon the continent of Thedas is in turmoil with the templars waging war against the mages who have rebelled against their oppressive guardians A small group of mages has sought refuge at Wiesshaupt hoping the Grey Warden's ne

  4. says:

    Last Flight concerns the fourth blight and the length to which the Grey Wardens will go to stop itListening to Alistair's deluded her

  5. says:

    Last Flight the newest Dragon Age tie in book uses a dual narrative to explore the history of the Grey Wardens The frame narrative tells the story of Valya an elf mage who along with several other Circle mages has fled to th

  6. says:

    A bit of an odd duck especially as a Dragon Age novel but generally enjoyable it has griffons I say it's an odd duck because most of the events happen far far off stage from where the events of the last two games have happe

  7. says:

    15 I didn't like it It was okayFirst Dragon Age novel not written by a member of the Dragon Age team and I don't know if that's what made it the worst one but it is definitely the worst one On a scale of The Masked Empire to The Call

  8. says:

    Well this book was uite the heartbreaker but with a Grey Warden mage as protagonist what would you expectI think I cried a bit at the end It's okay it's sad and tragic But hey it's dark fantasyAs DA book 45 starsAs a regular dark fantasy standalone 4 stars if you like tragic ladiesDidn't feel like the Blight in Origins w

  9. says:

    Yay now I can play Dragon Age Inuisition I think I rushed it a little bit as I'm very anxious to get onto the gameBut even so it was a well written book giving an interesting background into what happened during the fourth Blight I

  10. says:

    While I can appreciate a Dragon Age story about griffons because they are freakin' cool this book was SUUUUUPER boring I barely had any reason to make myself read it other than to find out what really happened to c

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Last Flight Dragon Age #5

Tly recruited into the Wardens has been tasked with studying the historical record of previous Blights in order to gain insight into newly reported and disturbing darkspawn phenomena  Her research into the Fourth Blight leads her to an encoded reference scrawled in the margins of an ancient map and to the hidden diary of Issenya one of the last of the fabled griffon riders  As the dark secrets buried in Last Flight the newest Dragon Age tie in book uses a dual narrative to explore the history of the Grey Wardens The frame narrative tells the story of Valya an elf mage who along with several other Circle mages has fled to the Warden s headuarters at Weisshaupt to escape the chaos of the magetemplar war The Wardens welcome them into the keep but for political and practical reasons delay conscripting them into the order Instead Valya and her friends are given the task of assisting with research into the usage of blood magic in the Warden s history While in the library Valya discovers a hidden diaryThis diary belonged to Isseya whose story is the heart of the book Isseya also an elven mage joined the Wardens just as the Fourth Blight broke out and it s through her perspective that we see the true devastation of the blights and the extreme sacrifices needed to end them Isseya finds something that will help stop the Blight but the solution is terrible and the cost greater than even she imagines All of this is kept secret and left out of the history of the Wardens and as Valya reads on she must decide whether or not to reveal it It s going to vary depending on what you want out of the book for to me Dragon Age Last Flight is easily the best of the Dragon Age novels If you want big lore bombs that are sure to tie into the upcoming game and appearances by familiar characters Asunder Masked Empire are your best bets Last Flight does have a few reveals that I am sure will play into the larger universe as well as a fascinating and deeper look into blood magic but it seems much standalone than those books But if you re looking for a book that is set in the Dragon Age universe that tells a compelling well crafted storyLast Flight is the book for you It s almost unfair to talk about the uality of Stolen Throne or the Calling as David Gaider was clearly learning how to write novels with those books but even compared to Asunder and Masked Empire both very solid books LF blows them out of the water in terms of prose thematic concerns and pacing I suspect there will be people who aren t as interested in the frame narrative but I loved it Thedas is wartorn and as we know from the upcoming game things are only going to get worse Valya s story is the melancholy pause before the storm the chance to sit down and think about the mistakes and successes of the past This book might not have as much plot relevance to Dragon Age Inuisition but its themes and atmosphere are the perfect lead in The historical narrative is the strongest part of the book though by far Isseya is clever and sympathetic and I adored her The ethical dilemmas faced by the Wardens have weight and while the decisions they make are unthinkable the world Merciel puts them in demands it It is a very grim and dark story but wonderfullydoes not feel grimdark Also just because it bothered me in the other tie insMerciel is very good at writing fight scenes so that they don t feel gamey Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. 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Summary Last Flight Dragon Age #5

Isseyna's story unfold Valya begins to uestion everything she thought she knew about the heroic Grey Wardens  A division of Electronic Arts the world’s leading electronic entertainment publisher BioWare is the award winning creator of some of the world’s best selling video games including the Baldur's Gate™ and Neverwinter Nights™ series Star Wars® Knights of the Old Republic™ and Mass Effect  Well this book was uite the heartbreaker but with a Grey Warden mage as protagonist what would you expectI think I cried a bit at the end It s okay it s sad and tragic But hey it s dark fantasyAs DA book 45 starsAs a regular dark fantasy standalone 4 stars if you like tragic ladiesDidn t feel like the Blight in Origins was scary enough Love Griffons Love Grey Wardens Love Grey Warden mages Love a tragic strong female lead Then THIS BOOK IS FOR YOUAndoral s Blight is far devastating than Urthemiel s and you can definitely feel it here There s no Witch of the Wilds to get you out from sacrificing a Warden s life when killing the Archdemon and the devastation isn t just contained within one country it s all over the continent okay except Ferelden and Orlais in the southThis book also explores the risks of blood magic and the uestionable things Wardens do to end a Blight which I find absolutely delightfulIsseya is probably one of my favorite female protagonists right now She is determined very much devoted to her duties as a Grey Warden has no useless romantic subplot to weigh her down and she is uite tragic like any proper Warden and like a proper mage Warden she is flawed she does uestionable stuff and it comes to bite her back in the end Yes she suffers from conseuences and it s great and so so sadAlso she describes herself as plain and she is treated as such In fact she is very grateful that she s plain as beauty is a curse in disguise for an elven woman in Dragon AgeThe author could ve given her a romantic subplot with Calien but she chose not to and I m glad Instead she focused of Isseya s role as a mage warden and her bond with her griffon Revas as well as her sadly waning bond with her twin brother GarahelAnd on Valya s side this book also depicts the Mage Templar war from the perspective of those running away from it as well as likely setting up DA4 because of a very special reveal in the end of the book I didn t feel for Valya as much as I did Isseya but I did enjoy her budding friendship with Reimas the Templar and Caronel and I hope to see the three of them in DA4All in all I don t think I would ve enjoyed it as much if I weren t familiar with the DA universe there s a lot of inside jokes and references that would be missed so I wouldn t recommend it to someone who s not familiar with DA Also I would definitely recommend reading this while listening to the Grey Warden theme or DA Origins theme It SOOOO fits the mood buuuut if you like strong flawed tragic female leads with no romantic entanglements I would still recommend it to you

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Return to Thedas the setting of BioWare's award winning  Dragon Age dark fantasy rpg and discover what dark forgotten secrets lurk in the history of the legendary Grey WardensThe Grey Wardens are heroes across Thedas once again the Archdemon has been defeated with relative ease and the scattered darkspawn are being driven back underground  The Blight is over  Or so it seemsValya a young elven mage recen If Gaider had written this it would have easily been from Garahel s pov Garahel would have been a complete idiot but it s OKAY because he s FUNNY and CLEVER and ATTRACTIVE Isseya andor Amadis would have been shrill and horrible for no reason and Garahel and Amadis would have had sex in the deep roads at least once for no reason So no offense but I m so so glad he did not write this bookI love that all the major characters were women and ELVEN women at that something the series on a whole kind of lacks And as much as I wanted Isseya and Calien to get together I ship it so hard it s refreshing to not have a pointless looking at you MaricKatriel romance at the core of one of these booksI still kinda wish there was though So much time passed and a lot of the Fourth Blight was skimmed over I NEED MORE

  • Paperback
  • 301
  • Last Flight Dragon Age #5
  • Liane Merciel
  • English
  • 02 October 2017
  • 9780765337214

About the Author: Liane Merciel

Liane Merciel's novels include Pathfinder Tales Hellknight and Nightglass Dragon Age Last Flight and The River Kings' Road She has written for game companies including Pathfinder Dungeons & Dragons and Warhammer's Black Library She lives and works in Philadelphia