Dragon Steel (PDF)

  • Paperback
  • 288
  • Dragon Steel
  • Laurence Yep
  • English
  • 16 May 2018
  • 9780064404860

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characters Dragon Steel ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Readers to Yep's legion of followers V The novel's fast pace and exciting action seuences mark this as a tale sure to delight fantasy lovers The ALAN Revie. By far my favorite Yep book

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characters Dragon Steel ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Restore the dragon princess’s clan to its ancestral home A tale of dungeons sea monsters and magicians this seuel to Dragon of the Lost Sea will lure even. The banished dragon Shimmer and her companion Thorn return to the underwater dragon kingdom hoping to be rewarded for capturing a witch Instead they are thrown into the dungeon Not only do they have to escape Shimmer must convince her clanspeople that she is capable of leading them back to their ancestral landsMaybe I should have read the first book I didn t connect with the characters much

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characters Dragon Steel ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Returning to her underwater dragon kingdom expecting to be rewarded for capturing an enchantress Shimmer and young Thorn instead must continue their uest to. I wish so much I d known Dragon of the Lost Sea had seuels when I was a kid and it was my OMG FAVORITEST BOOK IN THE WHOLE WHOLE WORLD I would have loved this so much back then As it is I enjoyed it but Well it s written for a younger set than what I usually prefer to read I worry I m under rating it maybe my perspective is just skewed but I thought the prose was a bit clunky and the friendship themes a little too on the hammer to the head side Plus I m glad Shimmer s so loyal to Thorn and all but where s your snarky edge from the last book girl What s with all the gushing over him Just because you re bestest buds doesn t mean you have to turn into a burbling shmoop monster I also thought the plot in this book wasn t as tight as the previous one s it seemed to amble about kind of aimlessly until the very endIt was still an enjoyable read though and I m glad for the chance to continue a childhood favorite