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Dragon Song: Prophecies of Dragons, Serpents and Men (Dragons and Visions Book 2) Kindle Edition
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The Dragon Song is a free continuation of the previous novel. We follow the same characters and slowly unravel more mysteries that connect dragons to humans.
I found this book more action driven, as there was more danger at hand. The story deepens the premise, the mythology of dragon, as well as introduces new characters and plots, including a mysterious and guile race of serpents.
I enjoyed the detective-like storyline and the subplots, the relationships between the characters, some of which face even greater challenges than before. However, I mainly appreciated the insights on how to find one’s true inner strength, in order to prevail throughout the toughest moments in life. I look forward to read on!
The story of Einaar, written in an old book and discovered by a young girl Gaby continued into this second book 'Dragon Song'
The introduction of Mt Pilatus in Switzerland is intriguing as it was named after Pontius Pilate mentioned in the Bible. I find that mystery very appealing and enjoyed the legend that goes with it.
I thoroughly love reading this second book of the Trilogy. I know these mystical books can be enjoyed by families and safe for young readers. Its good to get lost in these mystics stories now and then, especially when there are lessons to be learned from the minds and souls of these writers. Well done Jim Murdoch
Awaiting book Three with great anticipation :))