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Great book with an interesting story but when it arrived it was scuffed in multiple places on the cover and had a few others on the back. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
What a wonderful backdrop for complicated love, class, and family contradictions! If you enjoy Jane Austen and you enjoy fantasy this will be a page turner.Published 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Tooth and Claw reads like a Jane Austen novel that happens to be about dragons. That may work for you; it didn't really work for me. It's still a pretty good read, though.Published 2 months ago by sprocketeer
I enjoyed this book, while it was a bit predictable and the characters could have been more developed, it's only short and is following a few different characters. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Lycanthropica
I am a lover of stories about dragons; I bounced off this book the first two times I trie to read it, and am delighted that I tried a third time, because it is a brilliant book. Read morePublished 5 months ago by S. Schwartz
The affairs of dragons resemble those of humans: jewels and gold, love, religious animosity, class distinctions, attorneys and judges in wigs. Read morePublished 6 months ago by James R C Baker
What a fascinating book! I could not stop reading it, though it is not my usual fare. Tooth and Claw is a comedy of manners, with a twist - it's set in a world of dragons. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mandy
Borrow characters and situations from Austen, Dickens, Trollope and Heyer, add a few plot points from the books you used to read as a kid (e.g. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Anne O.