- File Size: 1279 KB
- Print Length: 92 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 10, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077SBWMKT
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- Word Wise: Enabled
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Dragon School: Initiate Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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In the first book, it is pretty obvious what was going to happen and most of the book was in preparation and anticipation of the great event, but here things go a bit sideways, as the expected does not happen due to the unexpected announcement. There are hints of upcoming demise, but when it happens, it happens hard and fast.
As previously, I cannot emphasise enough how impressed I am with the author for being able to put so much content in so few pages. This obviously had its good and bad sides. The bad is that the book is over the moment you start reading it, but the good news is that the new book will be coming soon.
Amel is still amazing, even more so than in the first book. Her strength surpasses all expectations and her compassion is inspiring and uplifting. Raolcan is a dragon I would love to have as a friend, and their friendship is probably the most amazing thing in the series. There is additional development of several side characters who suddenly become more interesting. Again, I am left in desperate need of the next book.
The series should be read in order: Dragon School: First Flight (Dragon School #1), Dragon School: Initiate (Dragon School #2), Dragon School: The Dark Prince (Dragon School #3), Dragon School: Ruby Isles (Dragon School #4), Dragon School: Sworn (Dragon School #5) and more books have been announced.
I want to see more dragon to human bonding moments and well them together talking to each other. They should never be separated. So sad to see how dragons are treated here. Hope it improves.
This would been better with male human and female dragon. They show greater bond and love to each other and they be even closer and always together.
Ya I know why it only male dragons but there could be something like one looked like male when baby and was accidentally caught and never found out till after the bond with her rider. This dragon purposely acted like other males cause she wanted a bond who would love her and figure out how to free the dragons.
They develop their relationship as book went on. They always sleep together for comfort and warmth. She have special ability. Her color will be rainbow or different shades depending on lighting conditions or her mood.
This was fast-paced and very entertaining! I read this in one sitting; I could not put this down! The writing as great and the story-telling was awesome. Every moment Amel spent with Raolcan showed a true partnership, respect, and loyalty. My only complaint… this story wasn’t long enough! I want… no… I need more! I have to know what happens next!
In this book, magic arrived in dragon school. Could she trust the Magikas? But she was told to trust them and do their bidding.
Amal bounded deeper with her dragon, when one dragon rider came back badly hurt. She tried to help him, but the Magika's told her, they will do it.
She didn't trust them, particular when she overheard a conversation between them.
She was horrified and thought, we are in deep trouble. And then another boy was killed, as she wanted to help the people of the dragon school.
Was it her fault? She wanted to warn the others but came into trouble.
Will her dragon help her? Will they survive and can they flee?
The second book of the Dragon School series is every bit as good as the first. In fact, it is even more exciting. The danger that has all the first flight students being rushed through their studies gathers in intensity. They are forced to leave the school and head out in different directions. Amel would be heading to the Ruby Isles with her dragon and an injured friend. The trip is filled with unexpected danger, magic and an uncertain future.
This well-written follow up is further proof of Ms. Wilson’s talent in story-telling. If you enjoyed First Flight, you will love Initiate. And the good news is, there’s another book in the series
Amel is finally bounded with her dragon best friend and ready to start her studies with her first flight behind her only to have her world turned upside down and inside out by deceit, betrayal and dangerous people looking to over-through everything in her world. Can she live through the coming war and keep the few friends she has recently made.... This highly entertaining adventure just keeps getting better and better, can't wait to read what happens next.