This series is one of the best examples of what epic fantasy should be. I highly recommend it to all fans of fantasy.
From Library Journal
Sunrunner magic becomes a two-edged weapon as the new Lord of Goddess Keep courts the secret lore of the Star Scroll, and the High Prince seeks to keep malevolent sorceries from destroying his beleaguered lands. Rawn's lush world of princes and dragons, sun-born magic, and tangled politics comes to life in this romantic fantasy saga that belongs in most fantasy collections.
An enjoyable good read!, August 21, 1998
Reviewer: Aeolian Advocate (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Sydney, Australia)
This third book of Dragon Prince series talks more about the sorcerers and their powers using starlight, and toward the end of the book featured the battle between a sunrunner and a sorcerer. Melanie Rawn's idea of sorcerer magic is simply one of the most unique I've came across. Cheers!
Nothing compares., March 5, 1999
Reviewer: A reader
I would like to applaud Melanie Rawn on the six books of the entire "Dragon" series. After reading many books for many years, I have yet to find an author who breathes life into the characters more convincingly. I without a doubt believe that Rohan and Sioned's romance is one for all times. The imagination and courage to step away from the norm of magic is unmatched. All the elements of the old "good versus evil" tale seemed refreshed and new again. This is an epic no collection should be without.
Third book in the Dragon Prince Series. Good book
The magical system is so tight and believable that you can almost believe that you could weave light into magic in our own world. My only complaint is that Melanie Rawn has a positively uncanny knack for getting you to really get to know a character and like them right before she kills them. No red-shirts here.
Still this is my favorite series from Melanie Rawn.