Shadows of the Realm by Dionne Lister

Shadows of the Realm

By Dionne Lister

  • Release Date: 2012-04-24
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4
From 47 Ratings
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Bronwyn and Blayke are two strangers being drawn into the same war. Their world is facing invasion from the Third Realm. While they move unknowingly toward each other, they are watched, hunted, and sabotaged. When the Dragon God interferes, it seems their world, Talia, will succumb to the threat. Can they learn enough of the tricks of the Realms before it’s too late, or will everything they love be destroyed?

The young Realmists’ journey pushes them away from all they’ve known, to walk in the shadows toward Vellonia, city of the dragons, where an even darker shadow awaits.


  • Worth every penny and so much more!

    By Just Me but the name was taken
    As an avid Fantasy reader, this "new series" from a "new author" was recommended to me and I am so glad it was. These books have enough fresh ideas and different ways of doing things to make them all interesting and exciting, but also enough plausible surprises to make you keep turning the pages to see what happens next. Although the books have been listed as young adult, I found the writing style and some of the scenes as definitely more mature than "young adult" would suggest. This meant that I enjoyed the books even though I am far older than that age bracket :)
  • Goodish

    By Avalon moon
    Good story line and quite entertaining but it could have been written better. The characters say some things strangely and it makes the book feel disjointed and the characters less real.
  • Simplistic language and dragon protagonists? LAME!

    By fry1np4n
    Plodding plot and simple language with no room for your mind to paint a picture.
  • New Mythology.. "feistian" pre-"Game of Thrones" style epic..

    By Angry_Oz Geek
    Incredibly well written fantasy: elements of Raymond Feist and Davis Eddings in style. Dionne creates a new Mythology - wherein humanity has it's tales of the fantastic, it's own religion and legends, she imbues her Dragons with a likewise primitive humanity, and in turn culture. Rather uniquely, the perspective of multiple protagonists drive the narrative forward - the tale of an atypically grown up style, worthwhile to sit upon the shelves beside other great works from fantasy genre authors - certainly welcoming further works within the world of "Talia" - would make a seriously great film. A great read: look forward to her NEXT book.