By Megg Jensen
The fourth novel in a united states this day bestselling sequence from Megg Jensen!
Control the dragons. Rule the realm.
Tressa's military received the conflict, yet at a bad price. such a lot of lives misplaced. such a lot of fanatics torn asunder. And that used to be just the start. An old beast rumbles underneath the Dragonlands, thirsting for blood. Dragon blood.
Setting apart her heartbreak, Tressa ventures past the Dragonlands to the mysterious realm of Desolation, looking for allies and solutions. There, she faces enemies extra robust and devious than she's ever encountered before.
Yet amid the violence and destruction, Tressa discovers a mystery that's been stored over 80 years. A mystery that may be the foremost to saving the Dragonlands, as soon as and for all.
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Desolation (Dragonlands Series, Book 4) by Megg Jensen