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Dragon Defiant

by Lynn Hall

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This was somewhat the beginning of a departure in the series. Readers are slowly introduced to a new form of storytelling for the Dragon books, perhaps to lessen the blow of sharp contrast that continues the series later on. Still told mostly from Dragon's perspective, this book featured a more feminine side of storytelling and horsemanship than the two previous and focused a little more on life and death than I was expecting or cared for. It still fits in well with the Dragon series, however, continuing the tale of the stallion that helped start the POA line. Because of the shift in perspective, we get to see a more human aspect of the breeding process and so get to further notice what happens to Dragon's progeny. A short, but interesting story of part of Dragons' life, I easily found myself reading to the end to find out what could become of Dragon and his children. ( )
  mirrani | Jul 28, 2009 |
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The sky was dark over the black pasture hill, but the hill itself was bright with moonlight on new snow.
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Third of a trilogy in which Dragon, prized as one of the foundation sires of the Pony of the Americas breed, is sold as a stud for a small breeding farm in Michigan.

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