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Flying Blind by Deborah Cooke
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Jun 03, 12

Loved reading about Zoe & her friends. Not many authors will write spin-off stories about their characters children which I think is awesome! Reading Deborah Cooke's YA series the Dragon Diaries it expanded the world Cooke had already made about the dragons & their mates. I loved the idea of now following their children & the struggles they are going through growing up. I love reading coming-of-age stories where the characters grow as you read each book and that is Zoe. Zoe is the Wyvern, the only female dragon shifter (in a world full of male dragon shifters.) The Wyvern has mystical powers like the ability to see the future, give prophecies & more. The girl's suppose to have amazing powers... but Zoe can't do any of that.. yet. Apparently she had the powers when she was a baby but as she grew up it "disappeared" and she's terrified she might not get them back. Throw in having to go to boot camp for teenage dragon shifters, Mages trying to kill them all off, a thunderbird shifter who may or may not be on their side, loyal friends, a hot "motorcycle-riding rebel rocker" who runs hot & cold and trying to find your powers as the only female dragon in the world... and Zoe has her work cut out for her! Looking forward to reading more books in this series.

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