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Dragonswood by Janet Lee Carey
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Apr 04, 12

Read from April 03 to 04, 2012

This book was… okay, I guess.
To me, it had a sort of … I don’t know, I guess a Merlin-type book feel.
It had dragons and fey and humans all mixed together; it even had the Pendragons.
I’m still kind of confused, though. Like if the Pendragons have part dragon, how did that happen? Because the dragons seemed like big lizard-y things in this book.
*Spoiler* It also confused me with the abuse. It seemed like almost every that the man hit their wives and children—even breaking Tess’s arm once—and it everybody else was okay with it. I know nothing about the year 1192, but I certainly didn’t think that they all beat their women. Reading this was a sort of rude awakening to that fact (if it’s true).
Also: the dragons talked, and the fey had their own little castle in the Dragonswood.
The end made me happy, but there was a cliffhanger of sorts (and I HATE cliffhangers, with a vengeance).
Read this book if you like historical fiction, with suspense, witch hunting, and dragons and fey folk, with romance thrown into the mix.
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Samantha Since you're asking how they are part dragon I take it you didn't read the first book, Dragons keep. I highly suggest going back and reading that one because in my opinion it was much better.


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