For the love of blueberries, Elena Watkins was destined for greatness, even though she didn't know it. Before entering Paegeia Elena was not special, she wasn't even average until the night her father was killed by a creature she thought only existed in fairy tales – a dragon. With her father's death leaving her orphaned, Elena is whisked away to her true birthplace, Paegeia. Arriving at Dragonia Academy, the premier school for young Dragonians; a school she was never meant to attend because her father was a dragon. Unbeknownst to Elena danger is lurking behind the enchanted vines concealing the once thriving capital of Paegeia – Etan. Goran, the darkest sorcerer in the realm, has lain dormant for over a century behind the crumbling city. There, in the shadowy ruins he plots his revenge to destroy the only weapon that can kill him – the King of Lion Sword. When the sword is stolen without a trace Elena doesn't think twice about seeking it; knowing deep down that it is her destiny to save her new home.
Hello all my lovelies,
Please behold one of the first truly 5 fang books that I have read as of late.
I LOVED this book, it started off a little wonky and I didn’t know if I would enjoy it but once she got to Paegeia I really liked it.
Yes this is a book about kids, doing dumb kid stuff, but you know what I can relate to many of the things that Elena does, well other than being faced with Dragons or going to a school in the sky.
She has friends, she has enemies, and she is strong although she doesn’t think she is. My kind of book. Oh did I mention there were hot dragon guys, okay so they are teens, and I am not a teen anymore, but Adrienne makes them almost life like and so I still was a little smitten.
Adrienne Woods is a very good writer and she really does draw the audience in. I mean seriously I almost felt Elena’s pain after the Art of War Class.
This book delivers more than I first anticipated and I am excited for the future of Elena, I mean does she find her very own dragon, I have my thoughts about who it will be but I want to see if Adrienne goes that way or if she choose a different path. I am also very curious as to who her father was and why his life went the way it did. I am sure that all of the questions will be answered in due time… or at least I hope they do because if not I am sure I can find Ms. Woods contact information somewhere :).
In short, this book is really good if you want that quick, and I mean I read it in a day quick book to brighten your day, increase your awareness of your surroundings, and generally make you happy, but honestly I was happy reading this book and I was sad on the last page, not because of what was on it, but the fact it was the last page.