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I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily. All opinions are honest and my own.The Return of Dragons Series: Protector of Dragons #1
by R.R. Harper
Genres: Children, Fantasy, Myths & Legends
When seventeen-year-old Kel discovered that dragons had returned to Narow, he thought his dreams of gold and importance had come true. The circumstances of his discovery resulted in his developing tremendous magical power. Kel’s power placed him at the center of the battle for control of Narow.
Kada, like every Follower of Washaii, dreamt of dragons returning to Narow and bringing magic with them. Kada’s desire to rule Narow separated him from other Followers. He used his dragon lore expertise and position as a senior Follower to help accomplish his goal. Kada would do whatever he needed in order to rule.
When Kada saw Kel’s power, he knew he needed to do more than just control magic. He had to control Kel and his connection with dragons.
The Chosen of Washaii, a centuries old secret organization, were dedicated to preventing the corruption of Washaii's plan. Washaii gave them unlimited wealth and tasked them to ensure the Chosen were the only wielders of magic when dragons returned.
The Chosen viewed Kada as the very corruption they were supposed to prevent. Failing in their mission, they were running out of options.
Published by Amazon on November 2, 2020
Source: Indie Reader
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I enjoyed reading this book – you can’t really go wrong when it comes to dragons. They’re fascinating to read about and stories about them can be told in many different ways. This was one of those books that had a unique twist on dragons.
The setting, plot, and characters were all well done. The narrative was easy enough to follow along with except for the time-hopping. That sometimes got too confusing. In addition, they were some parts that seemed dull compared to the rest of the store. So, it wasn’t as much of a “page-turner” as I would have liked.
Still, I enjoyed my time with this book and if you like fantasy and dragons, then give this one a go.
Rating: 4/5 Coffee Cups
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Rachel Poli is an indie author, podcaster, and content writer working on her debut cozy mystery novel.
Although she favors mystery, Rachel is a multi-genre author with too many ideas and characters in her head, often experimenting with short stories and flash fiction.
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