Review Red Dragon Five
So there are many many parallels between our current events and this story. Unstable governments working to gain control while religious groups and militias duke it out in the headlines. Aside from the back story of what is happening with the government and religion and politics all of this bring us to the point that our main character Wolf has to be sent on an off the books assignment deep undercover assignment by the woman he loves. Deep undercover spy, among elves no secret contacts...and he stuck with a crazy religious zealot that can control the weather and an even crazier woman that can turn into a dragon hell bent on destroying...well everyone. We not only follow Wolf through the his deep undercover operation but we also follow May Honeyflower as she stays behind to deal with the red tape. Ultimately though, the message is teamwork, because that is not how this story ends. After all, someone has to stay behind to bring in the calvary.
This is Wolf Dasher novel, but there was no difficulty reading it without not having read the previous two books. Recommended for young adults and older due to content dealing with battle, terrorism, murder, love, religion, and politics. If you can handle that and magic and elves and and really good story line, then you can read this book.