“They watch us kneel, they see the back of our heads, and they think we've given in. They don't realize you can think from your knees just as well as from your feet.
Fireborne was one of the books I was most excited about when I first heard about it back in 2019. The entirety of the description seemed so intriguing, especially since I was getting back into the love of fantasy books and medieval-style settings. It just felt like it was lacking something, the plot was eh, characters were bland and the story seemed to slowly trudge on.
I love a good book about war and dragons, but it seemed like that being in the description was merely there to get you interested in the book. With a book with a dragon on the cover, you would think there would be a multitude of dragons, but unfortunately, that is not the case.
I truly wish we could go back to having more stand-alone books instead of series. Sometimes it seems like the authors don't have the entire story together so they cut it into a series.