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Dragons Are People, Too

3.95  ·  Rating details ·  149 Ratings  ·  74 Reviews
Never judge a dragon
by her human cover...

Sixteen-year-old Kitty Lung has everyone convinced she’s a normal teen—not a secret government operative, not the one charged with protecting the president’s son, and certainly not a were-dragon. The only one she trusts with the truth is her best friend—and secret crush—the über-hot Bulisani Mathe.

Then a junior operative breaks Rule
Paperback, 255 pages
Published April 28th 2015 by Entangled (first published March 25th 2015)
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Wendy Higgins
If you're at all wary of reading a book about weredragons, don't be. This urban fantasy is SO well-written, with tons of action and parts that will make you laugh and swoon. I absolutely love the diversity in the story, and the lore, and pretty much everything about it. If you're looking for something different and fun, this is the one! (totally didn't mean to rhyme, but sometimes it just happens when I'm excited :))
Mar 18, 2015 rated it it was ok

Publisher: Entangled

Publishing Date: April 2015

ISBN: 9781633752207

Genre: Fantasy

Rating: 2.1/5

Publisher Description: Sixteen-year-old Kitty Lung has everyone convinced she’s a normal teen—not a secret government operative, not the one charged with protecting the president’s son, and certainly not a were-dragon. The only one she trusts with the truth is her best friend—and secret crush—the über-hot Bulisani Mathe.

Review: I really like YA. No seriously, I do
Claire (Book Blog Bird)
I received a copy of Dragons Are People, Too in exchange for an honest review. Many thanks to Entangled and Netgalley. A copy of this review is also on my blog:

On the face of it, Kitty Lung is just an average sixteen year old girl. She goes to high school, she has a massive crush on her best friend, she reads gossip magazines. Appearances can be deceiving, though, because Kitty is in fact...a WERE-DRAGON!

I want to say that again. WERE-DRAGON!

Seriously, I’m ridiculous
Mar 11, 2015 rated it really liked it
Okay, first of all, I WANT a CINDY! Don't know what a CINDY is? Well then, I guess you'll have to read and find out. ;)

I was a little worried before I read this that the description of a person, changing to a dragon, was going to be confusing, and pull me out of the story. But Sarah Nicolas does a fantastic job of not only describing the change, but what each of the differnt kinds of dragons look and move like. I could absolutely picture them, in whichever form they were.

I really enjoyed the bui
Jun 21, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Okay, so I haven't TECHNICALLY read the book yet. But I give Sarah 5 stars for being so awesome.
Kirsty (Amethyst Bookwyrm)
Thanks to Netgalley and Entangled Publishing LLC for giving me this book to review.

Most people think that Kitty Lung is an average teenage girl, not a government operative, charged with protecting the president’s son, Jacob, and certainly not a were-dragon. When an operative under Kitty’s command breaks rule number one, don’t change into dragon form in public, the lives of all dragons change. With the government incarcerating dragons and a new enemy having kidnaped Jacob, only Kitty and her best
Kimber Wheaton
May 23, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: ya
I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review

I love dragons, and the idea of dragon shifters is awesome. Put dragon in the title, and I'm bound to read it sooner or later. Dragons Are People, Too is a fast-paced thrill ride featuring a sixteen-year-old dragon working for a secret government organization of dragon shifters.

I really liked Kitty. She was so tough, having trained for her job since she was four. But she also showed emotion and weakness at times which made her
N.N. Light
Every once in awhile I read a book that totally blows my mind. The story is so well-written and the characters change my perspective on life, love and pursuit of equality. Dragons Are People, Too is such a book.

I had no expectations about this book other than it was about dragons, which I have loved since the 8th grade. The premise doesn't do it justice but the cover comes close.

Kitty Lung is your typical teenage girl. Goes to school, has a crush on her best friend, argues with her mother, goes
Jun 19, 2014 rated it really liked it
Two thumbs up for diversity and butt-kicking!

Two huge thumbs up to Sarah Nicolas for making her protagonist and love interest not-white. I was so thrilled to get some diversity up in my ereader! Not only that, they were both great characters. Kitty wouldn't even know how to step back and let someone else trample her decision making and she holds her own against foes. If you prefer Katniss or Tris types of heroines you will love Kitty and Bulisani is an excellent match for her.

What made DRAGONS
Saruuh Kelsey
((4.5 stars))

I started off liking this, then around 30% I was like maybe not, but then something happened and I fell IN LOVE with this book. That something was more than likely Bulisani Mathe, because he's sweet and adorable and hot, but the high octane plot, dragon fighting action, and spy stuff didn't hurt either.

Dragons Are People, Too is a brilliant blend of thriller and conspiracy, heartfelt romance and driven action. The dragons are really cool, woven into modern life wonderfully, and I lo
Books In Brogan
Apr 21, 2015 rated it really liked it
Just finished reading this book and I can't wait for the next one.  There is great writing that keeps the reader turning the page and guessing about the who done it.   This is a wonderful first book and I look forward to reading more stories of about the dragons.

 This review was originally posted on Books In Brogan
Mar 10, 2015 rated it really liked it

Chines dragons don't have wings, but can manipulate earth's magnetic fields in order to fly. Their body is longer and thinner then the English ones., it has a shape of 30 foot green serpent with yellow spines all the way down back. they have a kind of colorful com on their head. They can't breath fire.

Sixteen-year-old Kitty Lung - She is a were dragon (She is a green chines dragon as there are many species of dragons in the world. Her mother is red dragon and her father is a blue one)) who se
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
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Yvonne (The Shadow Realm)
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The main thing to draw me to this book was one word. Dragons. Any time I see the word dragon I'm like a meerkat popping it's head up. I love dragons and if a book is about them then there is a very strong chance I will read it. Dragons Are People, Too though was such a unique take on dragons. These are were-dragons and I think I've only read one other book about people that can shift into dragons and it was nothing like this. I absolutely loved Nicolas' take on th
**I received this book for free from (Entangled Teen) via (NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review. Thank you!! This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.**

*Genre* Young Adult, Fantasy
*Rating* 3.0

*My Thoughts*

Dragons Are People, Too, centers around 16-year old Katherine "Kitty" Lung who works for a secretive government agency called Draconic Intelligence Command (DIC). Think covert spies if you will. Kitty is a Chinese dragon with a purple stripe in her hair who
I received a copy in exchange for an honest review

I love books about shapeshifters and haven't read a lot of dragon shapeshifter books yet, so when I heard about this book I jumped on the chance to read and review this book. It's a fun and original book about dragon shapeshifters with diverse characters. I had some issues with this book, but overall I enjoyed it. My biggest issue was that while the beginning is spectacular, after that it loses a bit of the pace and power. The beginning was so go
Apr 09, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: netgalley
This copy was provided for free from Netgalley in exchange for a fair and honest review.

<--- Look at that cover. Just look at it. How could I resist? Asian chick protagonist with purple hair who turns out to be a badass? This book was probably written with me in mind, right, Sarah Nicolas? ;)

Kitty Lung looks like an ordinary teenage girl, but actually, she's a shapeshifting weredragon working for the government, tasked with keeping the President's son Jacob safe. Training since the age of fou
A Book Addict's YA Palace
May 22, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: yes
I was gifted a copy of this book from Entangled Teen in exchange for my honest opinion. Click the link below to see my full post

DRAGONS ARE PEOPLE TOO by Sarah Nicolas was one I have been very excited to read. I love that paranormal is getting a shot again, but that this time, instead of Vampires or werewolves, Dragons are getting featured! So freaking excited!!!!!!
And Kitty, our heroine is a great character to play a spy/thief/bodyguard dragon girl. She's
Book Gannet
Mar 18, 2015 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars. This is a fun, fast-paced YA tale with dragons, secret government operatives, a bit of romance and a race against time to save the President’s son. Kitty may only be sixteen but she’s the daughter of two dragon commanders and has been in spy training since she was four (yeah, I know…), she’s super-smart, speaks several languages and, actually, considering all of that, is a bit of a self-absorbed brat. She’s got attitude and a bad temper and spends most of her time drooling over her be ...more
Stevie Carroll
May 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
Previously reviewed on The Good, The Bad, and The Unread:

One of the great freedoms of young adult novels is the lack of need for explanations, which is why I’m far more trusting of shifter stories in the genre than I am in paranormal romances aimed at older audiences. I’ve been burned once too often by stories that give impossible ‘scientific’ explanations for were-whatevers, while I’ll happily accept that such things ‘just are’ in the universe I’ve been plunged into upon opening the book. Fortu
Angela ReadingCave
May 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Maria Mitchell
Apr 29, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This review is also available here: https://fangirlsreaditfirst.wordpress...

I would like to thank author Sarah Nicolas for giving me the opportunity to read and review her novel, Dragons Are People, Too.

Kitty Lung is far from a normal teenager, but like most teens she’s great at keeping secrets. First, she’s undercover at school with the President’s son as part of his protection detail, along with her friend Sani. She gets sent on top-secret missions for the government when she has time. She mig
Apr 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
You'll need to read this book to find out what a CINDY is... but I need one now!

The right side of the screen then shows a close-up of the protesters. There are only about thirty of them, but Gods bless them they're energetic. And they have catchy picket signs, like: "Set the dragon-people free!" and "Dragons are people, too!" and "End Racial Segregation! Again!"

DRAGONS ARE PEOPLE, TOO is an action-packed, fast-paced, YA adventure featuring dragons with a delightful romantic element thrown in f
May 07, 2015 rated it liked it
What I liked: We all know I'm hopelessly in love with dragons, right? Right. There aren't very many dragonshifter books out there that I'm aware of. I mean, the only other one I can think of is the Going Down in Flames series (which was awesome in it own right, of course). Yet, Going Down in Flames is different from Dragons Are People, Too. Not only in the types of dragons each book presents, but in the way the two main characters are. Of course, they have their similarities as well, but I mean ...more
May 07, 2015 rated it really liked it
In DAPT we meet Katherine "Kitty" Lung, who is a super spy operative within a super secret government agency housed in DC. It's Kitty's job to take on various missions through the world for the U.S. She's also responsible for keeping the President's son safe while at school. If you're wondering why some teenage girl is racked with so much responsibility, and how she can be expected to handle it just so happens that Kitty is not only trained to be a lethal fighting machine, she also is p ...more
Apr 24, 2015 rated it it was amazing
* Arc provided by publisher in exchange for a fair and honest review *

I loved this book!. It was an entertaining, thoroughly engaging read! I loved Kitty from the start and loved her even more as I read further into her story.

Kitty is a strong protagonist. Brave and fully capable of holding her own despite being so young in life. She’s responsible for so much, and yet, despite the complications that come with her responsibilities, she does whatever is needed, asked, and expected of her. I loved
Sixteen year old Kitty Lung is a were dragon who secretly works for the Draconic Intelligence Command (DIC) and has the very important job of guarding the President’s son whilst he’s at school. She works with Bulisani Mathe, another were dragon and one she is really attracted to although he had never shown anything other than friendship towards her. All is well until a junior operative panics when on a minor mission, changing into dragon form whilst in view of security cameras. Suddenly the worl ...more
Sasha Hibbs
Mar 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Dragons Are People, Too by Sarah Nicolas is a clever YA Urban Fantasy novel where our main character Kitty, shows the readers a wonderful glimpse into the realm of were-dragons. I loved this book. Kitty works as a secret operative/spy/fighter/protector. I loved her vulnerability and all her strengths, there were many on both sides and the author did a great job of exploring both.

This novel wasn’t over the top with romance, but there was enough (Sani…sigh) to satisfy the tastes of romance lovers
Apr 28, 2015 rated it really liked it
Dragons Are People, Too was a lot of fun to read--some suspension of belief is required, but overall I really enjoyed the world that Ms. Nicholas created here. She's come up with an interesting an unique explanation for what happens to a person's clothing and belongings when they shift--I like it!

Kitty's inner (and outer) snark added a lighthearted element to the action-adventure plot--I loved her voice! My copy has numerous highlighted areas that made me smile.
"I thought you were just typical
Amy Shelton
Apr 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
*Disclaimer* I received a copy of this book from YA Bound Book Tours in exchange for a fair and honest review.

Kitty is not your average 16 year old girl. She is aged beyond her human years thanks to her dragon side. She works for Dragon Intelligence Command or DIC as a senior field agent. That is until one single event starts the downward spiral for all of dragon kind. She has another job and that job is to keep the President’s son safe and sound at school with her partner Sani. Just how strong
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Sarah Nicolas is a recovering mechanical engineer, library event planner, and author. She lives in Orlando with a 60-lb mutt who thinks he’s a chihuahua.

When she’s not writing, she can be found playing volleyball or drinking wine. She is a contributor for Book Riot and at YAtopia. Sarah is represented by Rebecca Podos of Rees Literary Agency.
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“Because you’re the monster, not me.” I say. “I may have scales and claws and the ability to tear you limb from limb without breaking a sweat, but a monster exists in the mind. A monster is a creature of hate, not form.” 5 likes
“I groan but answer the call in a sing song voice.

"Kitty Lung, hero or terrorist, you take your pick.”
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