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Dragon's Heir (The Dragon Courage Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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I received a copy to facilitate my review. The opinions expressed here are my own.
This one follows Braidyn mostly, after Turqueso has chosen him as his rider, and after he lost his family, he was in search of one of his own, a place he could call home.
And although his journey sent him on a quest of justice to the person responsible for stealing a Nestling from the riders, what he found was something he never would expect: love, a home, and power.
I enjoyed getting to know a new rider, even though I loved our riders in the first book. I enjoyed seeing a different perspective and getting to know this one better.
There's plenty of action and unsuspected turn of events. This is definitely a must-read fantasy!
This is one of my most favorite series. I absolutely adore the characters that I have come to know. Kandi's ability to have family times included in her books is heartwarming. Her writing is smooth and flows wonderfully. This is a wonderful story for all ages.
This book is also 5 stars.
1: The plot was amazing. It was a whole separate, new, plot from the first book. It was exciting and refreshing, as well as fast-moving. So many second books are a drop off the cliff of anticipation, but this one just shoves you higher up the mountain, ready for book 3!
2: I loved how the characters from the first book were woven in, and I loved the fact that we got to learn even more about them, and take a deeper look into them.
3: I know I say this in almost all my posts, but I LOVE it when authors put lots of children into their books. I was excited to find out that Ruskya/Carryl and Cerulean/Duskya had plenty of children. I was so glad to see a little of the more grown up baby Ardyn from the end of book 1. I also loved that Carryn was able to communicate with Peri, and the fact that Peri chose the little girl before she was even hatched.... AH my heart so melted!
4: Avi'or became one of my favorite characters. At the beginning I thought he was gonna be scary and awful like his Ahbha but SPOILER ALERT he was seriously like the best big brother ever (well, and Ye'sock) and then during the dragon fight (which was epic) he and Ruskya had such an awesome team-up!
5: Sarai is so wonderful, and she literally had one of the best endings ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Help! And the necklace and then Sarai was able to comfort Peri and if I don't stop I'm literally going to accidentally spill too much. Trust me though, you want to read this
- It’s been long enough since I heard the first book that I had to spend the first bit orienting myself with the world again.
- Since I heard the audiobook, I was totally picturing Brayden, not Braidyn, but that’s cool.
- The little dragon baby (Perci? Sorry about spelling) was adorable, even if she is still inside the egg.
- Plot (4/5): Things progress logically. We get to meet Braidyn and get a brief feel for his sense of justice and fairness. Then, after the eggs go missing, he sets out on the larger quest to bring them back.
- Characters (3.5/5): Several characters’ motives didn’t seem as strong as they could be. I get that the guy who stole the egg was disgruntled, but that whole thing could have gone down without the middleman so to speak. The returning characters act as support for the young main character.
- World-building (4/5): The introduction to a new culture provided a nice touch. The Riders from the South don’t do much to adapt, but they do foster a decent relationship with the new people.
- Although several well-described fights happen, there’s not much danger sense throughout. That might be due to trying to keep it MG friendly.
Kid-safe dragon adventure story.
*I received a free copy of the audio. I have chosen to review it. All thoughts are my own.