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Blood and Scales: An Anthology Paperback – June 4, 2015
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Extremely quick paced and entertaining. Easily immersed into the story. The plot sort of skipped vital information which I wish had been included but overall, I found it enjoyable.
DarkFang by Heather Clawson
If you like story-telling in a story, then you'll like this. It didn't quite click for me because the pacing was too slow for me.
A Dragon of a Life by Bobbie Palmer
I really wanted to like this story but I found it extremely unbelievable no thanks to the cliches. In my opinion the writing needs work and I got confused at some parts.
Fortuna's Fall by Susan Burdorf
Interesting adventure but not as much dragon as I'd like to see till the end. I didn't really care about any of the characters as I'd like while reading.
Rise of the Wyvern by Ruthi Kight
A good intro to a story but I wished there was more or at least a more satisfying ending. I could see myself reading more of this story.
Throne of Dragons by Jacinta Maree
There are some formatting errors in here but I like the world building the author is doing with this story. I liked how this story had a full arc but the pacing felt a tad slow for me.
The Vision by J.K Radalyac
Quick pace but I'm not sure how I felt about the multiple point of views for a short story. I couldn't find myself as invested in the characters as I'd like while I read.
Royally Screwed by C.L. Matthews
At first I thought this was a historical story but it ended up being more modern which I liked but would have liked that established earlier. The end! Oh my! I really want to know what happened afterwards. lol
The Silver Guardian by E.C. Hibbs
I thought this was a fun little adventure with a nice full story arc. I loved the sibling relationship. The build up is good and worth reading it to the end.
The Redeemer's Child by Luke McCallin
This story read interesting enough with a religion mixed in the story. I couldn't quite get into the story as much as I had hoped.
Overall, a must pick up if you love dragons! You'll get them with every story! It's not often I read anthologies that focus solely on dragons. I loved reading the different takes of them as some were viewed as benevolent and others malevolent.
3 out of 5 rating for me!
(A copy was provided for an honest review. I was not compensated in any other way.)