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Season of the Dragon (Dragos Primeri) (edition 2023)

by Natalie Wright (Author)

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Title:Season of the Dragon (Dragos Primeri)
Authors:Natalie Wright (Author)
Info:Menaris Books (2023), 482 pages
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Season of the Dragon by Natalie Wright


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Did someone say dragons? I love stories about dragons and getting lost in fantasy worlds, but it took a while for me to get involved in the story and connect with the characters.

Quen knew she was not like others, with two different colored eyes and…well, that’s a secret. Did her father want her hidden because she’s a shapeshifting Rajani sorceress dragonmancer destined to destroy the human world?

Her curiosity and need to know what Kovatha Imbica wanted with her father, made her leave her home and walk into the desert, searching for answers. What she finds is more than she could have expected. She finds a friend, a love interest, Mishny (who cracked me up and, most definitely, is not a friend), Nivi, mages, dragons, and so much more. There are those that want to love her and help her, and those who want something else from her. Will she be able to save herself and merge her souls, or will the curse be the end of her?

The world building takes us across the desert, to the mountaintop, into caves and villages that hold intrigue and danger.

I think the fact I read Season Of The Dragon on my computer may have lessened my enjoyment. Also, I feel this is for teens and young adults, so the hot dragons and sexy scenes that I long for are absent. My three star review does not stop me from wanting to know what comes next.

At the end of the book is a list of pronunciations for the names and words that are probably foreign to you, a glossary of terms, and an explanation of the religion and mages.

I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of Season Of The Dragon by Natalie Wright.

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