“It's tragic. I started this series several years ago back in college and, as my university library did not have this book, never finished it and pretty much forgot about it until I stumbled across it in a public library. Well, I finally did get to read it.
This is the ending to the story that begins clear back with "Dealing With Dragons". Sixteen years have passed since the last incident and baby Daystar has grown up fairly clueless of his heritage until his mother kicks him out of the hosue with a magic sword to wander the Enchanted Forest with all its oddities with only a large suppy of dragon manners.
It's a charming read, hilarious at every turn with a tongue-in-cheek look at typical fantasy and fairy tales while still celebrating the genre. Wrede is a fine, snappy writer that keeps the story and dialogue fresh and moving.
I highly recommend this series.”