Tuesday, November 10, 2009

The Glass Dragon, by Irene Radford

In Coronnan dragons and wizards are bound together, wizards
get their magic from the dragons. The land and dragons are
protected by the wizards. But now, with the dragons going
extinct the wizards are loosing their power and the land is being
attacked from both other countries and within. The fate of
Coronnan falls to a young wizard in training who's magic works
differently then anyone else, and a girl who has fled abuse
because of her power and is living in the woods.

An interesting book, but a little dry. The writing felt a bit bland,
but the characters are very interesting. I enjoyed it and will keep
my eyes out for the next book.
3 stars,

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