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The Slayers Of Dragonhome Paperback – November 10, 2011
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About the Author
John Peel was born in Nottingham, England. He moved to New York in 1981 to get married and lives on Long Island with his wife and pack of minpins. He has written over 100 books, including the "Diadem" series, "The Secret of Dragonhome" and tie-ins for shows like "Doctor Who" and "Star Trek".
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After waiting YEARS for a continuation of the original book and never knowing if it would come, I started checking every couple of years. So imagine my extreme pleasure at seeing this book! I actually bought it a couple years back, but I was quite disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is still a wonderful book and a great read, but I felt like it left off at a worse place than the first book. However, within three years a third book was released and it renewed my love for the author and this book!
This follows very soon (a few years later, but no plot missed) after the first book. It brings up new obstacles and answers old (very old for those of us who read the first book in 1998) questions. I think he did a wonderful job in continuing the story.
My only problem with these books is that, while I love a strong female lead character, the men in this series are all either moody, crazy, and bloodthirsty, or ridiculously sappy, silly, and useless for more than emotional support. Lord Sander was a little silly in the first book... in this and the next volume though, he is just pathetic. I don't know why authors seem to think both sexes can't be intelligent and capable at the same time.