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A School for Dragons (The Cavernis Trilogy Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Maddie is a charming lead who grows on you, and I found myself rooting for her as she is sucked into a literal school for dragons - a charming place where the ultimate exotic pet becomes her best friend.
But one day, her mother discovers how big the creature is getting and insists he be sent to the zoo.
Years later, Mattie is hanging out with the wrong crowd at school and has no goals, when she is whisked away to Cavernis, the world in which dragons live. There she meets her childhood dragon, discovers she's a part of a prophecy, and is made to attend a school for dragons (with the extra bit of training to become a knight to prepare for her destiny)
I really liked how the book included a ton of different types of dragons. (even Nagas!) Its so refreshing to step away from the "my dragon is THE LAST OF HIS KIND" trope. Amy Wolf did a good job of fleshing most of the characters out, too... certainly a feat with such a large cast!
It is a bit cliche, and there are a bit too many pop culture references for my taste, and I don't remember a reason being given why the dragons couldn't have outfitted themselves with modern weaponery and HAD to use sword/lance/etc... but overall it's a good book and I'm looking forward to book 2 ^u^
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This book rocks! A tear jerker in the end. One of the best dragon books I’ve ever read!A School for Dragons (The Cavernis Trilogy Book 1)Read more
Really good book. I really enjoyed this book.
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This book had a slow start but it paid off, the storyline and characters...Read more