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Dragon's Future (Dragon Courage Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 260 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||
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|Age Level: 10 - 18|
|Grade Level: 5 - 12|
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- It took me a while to get into the story, but the end fits well and is awesome. There’s a lot of setup that needs to happen.
- The names were a tad difficult to follow in audio format. Ruskya and Duskya, Kyn, Wynn (spelling??), etc. It was hard to keep straight who was a dragon and who was a human. I feel like seeing the words would have made that easier somehow. At least there was also a Carol.
- The performance was okay. The narrator was good but didn’t have a great range of characters so it was difficult to delineate who was speaking based on voice alone.
- There are a lot of things to love in here: dragons!, the ability to ride them, mental connections, twin bonds, bad guys, and a ton of great characters. (Yes, distinguishing could be difficult, but there were a ton of people who were so down to earth. You just want to spend an afternoon getting to know them.)
- Duskya could have had more page time, but for the most part, there’s decent balance between who gets to be in what scene.
- I think the story’s aimed at the middle grade audience, so even though there’s violence you’ll find it scrubbed fairly well.
Conclusion: This is the type of story that would be good on a long car ride. It’s something to share with younger children. If you love dragons, you won’t want to miss Dragon’s Future.
Kandi J. Wyatt has a phenomenal novel on her hands. She has brought about a novel that pits good against evil, brought in dragons and made them the focus of the novel, and given us characters who are lovable.
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