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10 thoughts on “The Loneliest Magician (The Dragon Nimbus #3)

  1. says:

    7/10
    The Loneliest Magician is somewhat predictable but there are enough surprises along the way to keep things interesting, and it has a bit of a rushed ending. It was meant to wrap up the first arc in the series, but Radford later wrote a 4th book that picks up right after this one.


  2. says:

    Of the first three books in this series, so far this one is the best written. I liked the story of the first book a little better in general, but having more maturity in the writing and less of the campy childishness of the first two books really made a difference in how much I enjoyed this one. This book had more of a sense of adventure to it than the second book did, also.

    It's still predictable. There finally was a small element of mystery that wasn't blurted out and fully explained by one character or another, which was a nice change, but for everything else, I never felt the need to be concerned.

    Some of the conflict goes back to that childishness that made the first two books feel clunky. There are characters who otherwise seem to be rational, logical people, but then they get into situations in which they immediately go for the worst case scenario without thinking it through first. They act pouty, like children who hadn't gotten their way.

    Not bad, overall. I'd like to see Radford mature her writing enough that her villains stop feeling so cliche, but she's made some improvements over the course of these three books, which is good.


  3. says:

    I had to track down this third volume in the Dragon Nimbus series in a few different used book stores, but I have to say of the three books in the series, this is the strongest. It really is a relief that each book in the series is improving! After my disappointment in the first book, The Glass Dragon, I was quite worried about the remainder of the series.

    And though this is the best of the three, it is certainly not without flaws. Like the remainder of the series, Radford’s grasp on timeline and consecutive actions is tenuous at best. But, at least each book continues to fill in more and more details about the world that she has created. It definitely does not qualify as an “epic fantasy” but at least the series has become more entertaining.


  4. says:

    This book was kind of hard to follow sometimes because it had so many plots, but eventually they all came together. The biggest jolt I had was the 3 year gap in the middle which I found quite odd and sort of unnecessary. The characters really grew in this book.


  5. says:

    Not as good as the first two. Still worth reading


  6. says:

    2.5 stars


  7. says:

    # in the series....I'm hooked :)


  8. says:

    Better of the three. Good series.