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"My name is Leah. For a quarter of my life I have known the time and place of my death. I have spent the last four years running, from the truth, from the place. I can’t run from the time. It's tomorrow."

On Leah’s 12th birthday her parents are injured in a car crash. With her dying breath, Leah’s mother tells her she will join them when she turns 16. Which means Leah will
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Kindle Edition, 341 pages
Published February 24th 2013 by 3AD Publishing (first published February 18th 2013)
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Pat Elliott
Dec 15, 2013 rated it really liked it
This was the book that switched me on to YA. Fast-paced, thrilling story. Once started, I wanted to keep reading until I'd finished. Fascinating tale of two worlds - and the author made the transitions between the two, totally believable. ...more
Maria
Jul 25, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely fantastic read. Great story line, characters, and depth to this novel.
Rinelle Grey
Mar 28, 2013 rated it it was amazing
From the moment I started this book, I couldn't put it down. The author's writing style gets inside your head, and won't let go. I felt like I was experiencing the ride along with Leah, starting with the horrible tradgedy of her parent's death.

Amanda Martin has created a fantasy world unlike any I've ever read. It starts out relatively normal, though you know something is strange, and as each detail builds, as Leah discovers each new fact, it fits together seamlessly.

An engrosing, and entirely
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Deborah
Sep 08, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
An enjoyable book which starts with a bit of a mystery and then fantasy with romance blooming at the same time.
Stacy Sabala
Nov 03, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: ya, suspense, romance
Book Review- Dragon Wraiths by Amanda Martin

Leah is supposed to die on her sixteenth birthday, at least that is what her mother said before she died in a car accident. She has been running ever since. Something has been after her and finding her everywhere she has gone.
When the time comes she is shocked at what really happens. She bonds with a dragon while her human body is unconscious on Tara. She can’t believe what is happening, but her mother and father are there in dragon form to help her.
He
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Merissa (Archaeolibrarian)
Dragon Wraiths is told in four parts, and the first part was actually the hardest for me to read as I wasn't yet invested in the character or the story, and therefore found it to be a bit confusing. That being said, I feel the confusion is a deliberate act on the part of the author, to make the reader empathise with Leah and what she is going/has gone through. Once the story gets going though, there is no stopping it. With plenty of action and romance, plus layers of intrigue that only become cl ...more
Jo Notary
341p My name is Leah. For a quarter of my life I have known the time and place of my death. I have spent the last four years running, from the truth, from the place. I can 19t run from the time. It's tomorrow."
On Leah 19s 12th birthday her parents are injured in a car crash. With her dying breath, Leah 19s mother tells her she will join them when she turns 16. Which means Leah will die. That 19s if the unseen enemies who murdered her parents don 19t get her first. Leah seeks out Uncle Theo's hel
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Renee Rearden
Apr 26, 2014 rated it liked it
I enjoyed Dragon Wraiths. The premise was interesting. The story was well-written. However, there were places in the plot that skipped an explanation and the reader had to guess or infer information. There were other places in scenes that were confusing and I had to read the section again to make sure I hadn't missed something or misunderstood the author's point. The story line comes together and leaves the reader with a satisfying ending...but it took a bit of work in the beginning to get there ...more
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Amanda Martin was born in Hertfordshire, England. After graduating with first class honours from Leeds University she wandered around the world trying to find her place in it. She tried various roles, in England and New Zealand, including Bar Manager, Marketing Manager, Consultant and Artist, before deciding that Writer/Mummy best summed her up.

She lives in Northamptonshire with her husband, two
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