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Dragon Spell: 8 (New Adventures) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Sep 2005
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Asvoria sets her ultimate plan in motion, to turn herself into a dragon. With her new found power, she hopes to rule the dragons of Krynn. Ages 10+ years.
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Continuing the story of the miscreants from Krynn, Dragon Spell reunites the original friends that are left and sends them on their journeys. Unlike some of the post-Asvoria books, I really think Jeff connects with the original INTENTS of the characters. Example: in some of the later books, Sindri reads like a child one scene, then an astute adult the next. In this book, all of the characters seem to have come to an understanding with themselves and their respective missions.
The battle scenes do not read like a textbook history describing what goes on (which is a tendancy in some fantasy novels), and the book reads at a very good pace which is appropriate for younger and older readers alike. Younger readers will not be too confused by what is happening and older readers will not be bored by what's going on.
Overall, I've been very impressed by this book and I think it's one of the best ones of the series. And I say that not as a friend, but as a reader.
It's good to see more cowboys getting out there.
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