Crucible of Gold

Crucible of Gold

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For Laurence and Temeraire, put out to pasture in Australia, it seems their part in the war has come to an end just when they are needed most. Newly allied with the powerful African empire of the Tswana, the French have occupied Spain and brought revolution and bloodshed to Brazil, threatening Britain's last desperate hope to defeat Napoleon. So the British government dispatches Arthur Hammond from China to enlist Laurence and Temeraire to negotiate a peace with the angry Tswana, who have besieged the Portuguese royal family in Rio, and as bait, Hammond bears an offer to reinstate Laurence to his former rank and seniority as a captain in the Aerial Corps. Temeraire is delighted by this sudden reversal of fortune, but Laurence is by no means sanguine, knowing from experience that personal honor and duty to one's country do not always run on parallel tracks.
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Nov 30, 2012

OMG, more like the last. I could not finish it... another book where there is endless dragon whining and complaint and nothing actually happening. Naomi, what happened? Did you lose your editor?

hgeng63 Nov 26, 2012

A bit of a slow start but otherwise enjoyable. I wonder where else in the world they'll go next?

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Ebflat4
Aug 21, 2012

Less grim (thank goodness) than the previous volume, and also less petulant bickering between the dragons. For once (perhaps) total disaster does not meet them at every turn. Well at least until the powers that be find out what they did in Brazil. Enjoyable.

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NigelShaw
Jul 04, 2012

Crucible of Gold is an excellent continuation of this superb series. The new models of Dragon- Human socities introduced in this volume add to the already exciting military-adventue plot line.

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Palomino
May 02, 2012

I confess, I lost the plot a couple of books back. I read it for the joy of it; if you like Georgette Heyer, Jane Austen, or Patrick O'Brian, I bet you like Temeraire.

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