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JANE YOLEN has written countless picture books and young adult novels to much acclaim. She's perhaps best known for her How Do Dinosaurs . . . series illustrated by Mark Teague and the young adult novels Sister Light, Sister Dark; Briar Rose; and many others. She divides her time between Massachusetts and Scotland.
I've loved Jane Yolen's pit dragon trilogy since I was a kid. I was happy to see she continued the story along. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Scott Hall
I lover this book. It was very well written. I hope there are more books in the series to be written or maybe a new series to accompany it.Published 13 months ago by Heather Boucher
An interesting, different take on Dragons and a colonized planet. Complex characters and twists. I loved the entire series.Published 16 months ago by S. Nelson
Great read. Thoroughly enjoyed reading the summation of the series. Dragon's Heart is a great series that I would recommend to any lover of juvenile fiction.Published 17 months ago by K Lewis
i read these in high school and still enjoyed reading them as an adult. i never knew there was a 4th book in the series in high school thoughPublished 21 months ago by newbinhell
fast paced plot with plenty of action mixed with character development. it has dragons!..once I read a review that said dragons are like bacon they just make things better and... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book wasn't my favorite of the four, but I still couldn't put it down! It's full of adventure and twists, good book.Published 22 months ago by Lacie Dugas
All of the books in this series are clean, fun reads. I just with that there were more than four in the series. Recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good "dragon" book.Published 23 months ago by Judith A. Pilgrim