I encourage anyone who liked this book to go read the rest of the series, because they just get better from here.
Definitely. Dragonflight is not the greatest book in the series.
Well, I didn't know which one to start with, except for the first one, you know?
Dragonflight is just information. Basically, they are introducing you to the characters, they are introducing you to the plot.
Well every last paragraph basically sets it up for a sequel. It totally does.
Are all of the other ones good?
Oh, yeah. They're a lot better.
They're really different. She doesn't get stuck in a series thing where she is writing the same books over and over again. She writes them in the same world, but they're really different books.
Because there's also this Harper trilogy where it goes on mainly in the Harper Hall—it's corresponding with this timeline, but it's a completely different point of view.
So are there other books that include these characters from their point of views? Or do they keep switching?
They are actually minor characters in other books. It's pretty interesting.
But does it still stick to Lessa's and F'lar's perspectives sometimes?
I don't think so . . .
Lessa and F'lar are important characters, but you're not following their plotline specifically anymore.