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- Print Length: 154 pages
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- Publisher: Fire Quill Publishing; First Edition edition (May 20, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 20, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00Y165P2M
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Poison: A Dragonian Series Novella (The Dragonian Series) 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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Frostbite was a good book. In fact, I liked it more than the other three. At the part where Elena claimed Blake, I was thinking that finally we were coming to the important plot line of the prophesy. But no such luck again. Blake was a duchebag and left. With Poison, I thought the connection between Elena and Blake would be developed. I would have liked at least one scene where both the protagonists were physically present together (not mentioning the first chapter from MB) But all we got was Elena getting a virtual beating because Blake got beaten up (good for him BTW for all his shenanigans) and one telepathic dialogue. The telepathic communication was frawsome though. I laughed aloud when I Elena realized Blake was drunk.
That first chapter excerpt from the next installment though! "Five stars for that confrontation Ms Woods". Oh how I loved Elena ripping Blake a new one. Good for Elena! Blake doesn't deserve a red carpet welcome from her after everything he has done. Now if only she keeps a hold of her pride and not fall for Blake's games again. That boy needs serious work on his attitude before he can fill Lucian's shoes and becomes Elena's dent.
**end of spoilers**
I understand a lot of people have complained about the continuous teenage drama, but to be fair, these are teenagers. Very powerful ones who are still learning responsible use of their powers. Drama is inevitable. I really liked Elena's transformation though. She has toughened up. Is more open to change and learning new things. Handles things better than she did in the first and second books. Her growth has been slow and steady. If only we could have some characters growth for that idiotic dragon of her's too!
Really waiting for the next book.
The story takes place a few weeks after Frostbite. Elena is not having an easy time with her new role as Paegeia's long lost princess. Her advisers seems more concerned with keeping Elena from her old life and controlling her every move, from the way she dresses to how she speaks. She feels lost without her friends, Cara and her dragon. Elena begins to revert back to her old ways by becoming passive but don't worry, the courageous one is still in there. Speaking of her dragon, he is more stubborn than ever. I joined Elena every time she called him "idiot" or "my stupid dragon" because lets face it, it's true and even more so in Poison.
In Venom, we learn more about Elena's parents through Queen Cathrine's journals, travel to tropical paradise within Paegeia, and learn more about King Helmut's dragon. This novella did not disappoint and if you're an fan of the Dragonian Series, I highly recommend you read. I wish I could say it helps satisfy until Moonbreeze's release but unfortunately, it will leave you wanting more.
More Blake Please.
The thing that is really bothering me though, is the fact, (if this website is true), the author may or may not release the next book. I really, really hope you do Ms. Woods! I check to see if there's any news about it weekly. Thank you for all these others you have given, and I hope to one day read more of your work!
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I've read this series back to back, I honestly can't remember how many errors I've come across.Read more