A gripping new YA crossover series from a spectacular new voice in the genre.
A gripping YA crossover series from a spectacular new voice in the genre Once there was a girl who was drawn to wicked things
Asha is a dragon-slayer. Reviled by the very people she's sworn to protect, she kills to atone for the wicked deed she committed as a child - one that almost destroyed her city, and left her with a terrible scar.
But protecting her father's kingdom is a lonely destiny: no matter how many dragons she kills, her people still think she's wicked.
Even worse, to unite the fractured kingdom she must marry Jarek, the cruel commandant. As the wedding day approaches, Asha longs for freedom.
Just when it seems her fate is sealed, the king offers her a way out: her freedom in exchange for the head of the most powerful dragon in Firgaard.
And the only person standing in her way is a defiant slave boy . . .
The Last Namsara is an extraordinary story about courage, loyalty and star-crossed love, set in a kingdom that trembles on the edge of war.
About the Author
Kristen Ciccarelli hails from Ontario's Niagara Peninsula where she grew up on her grandfather's grape farm. She's made her living as a baker, a bookseller, and a potter, but now writes books about bloodthirsty dragons, girls wielding really cool weapons, and the transformative power of stories.
The Last Namsara is a thrilling fantasy read filled with magic, dragons and secrets! This was one of my most anticipated reads of 2017 and it didn't let me down. The world building was good although it could have gone further. But the story behind the Namsara and Iskari was so interesting and unique I couldn't put it down. - The Fictional Realm
There is something about the plot (and the characters) that just grabs your attention and pulls you in. The story is fast paced and a lot of fun to read. - The Sprinkled Pages
It's filled with world-building, damaged characters, forbidden romance, and a whole lot of dragon hunting and slaying. Suitable for teens who are more advanced in their reading, but only discovering the Young Adult genre. - Adelaide's Child, Sydney's Child, Melbourne's Child, Brisbane's Child