June 19, 2013 by saharaj
I’ll admit I had to get a little into the book to really enjoy it but it wasn’t boring in the beginning, just not exactly as intriguing as I like books to start out. And then I read right through to the end because I had to know how it ended, and what happened with Kiggs.
Seraphina has always lived with the secret she is half dragon. She’s been lonely, the only person – dragon, sorry – she can talk to being her uncle. Her consolation is music, something passed down through her mother. She has always had visions that plagued her, and as she begins to discover the people in these visions are real – perhaps like her – a rogue dragon is sighted, and she entangles herself in court life, Phina is the only one who may be able to create a peace between the humans and dragons.
It was a good book, interestingly done. A new spin on dragons that I enjoyed.