Betrayed in ancient times by his choice warriors, the dragon prophet sets a plan in motion to bring the traitors to justice. One thousand years later he hatches human daughters from eggs and arms them with the traitors' swords. Either the traitors will repent, or justice will be served.
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Swords of the Six is a prequel of sorts to the rest of the series and while a fun read, lacks the depth that you will find in the second book, Offspring. This book is slower and has a more fairy-tale feel to it. We only begin to dig into the meat of this series in book 2. But don't let this scare you away. Swords of the Six is still a great story and I enjoyed it. Just make sure you also read Offspring before deciding whether or not you like the series, because this book is not the best example of just how good this author really is.