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Dragon's Breath Paperback – 3 Nov 2003
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From a trip to the bottom of the fishbowl sea to an incredible adventure at the Dragon Olympics, Emma and her not-so-froggy prince, Eadric, defy the wily witches and wizards of the magical world and prove that Emma is a witch very much worthy of her inherited powers as they search for ingredients to reverse the spell which turned poor Haywood into an otter in the first book. A fast-paced and hilarious companion to The Frog Princess.
About the Author
E.D. Baker has had many jobs: teacher, parrot caretaker and, currently, she is a member of the Red Cross Disaster Action Team. Her true love, however, is writing. She lives in America with her three children, two horses, one dog, three cats, one cockatiel, a rabbit, and two frogs named, of course, Emma and Eadric.
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This book seemed slightly slower than the first, it was more detailed and deeper explained. There was a lot of back story involving the curse and Grassina's mother which was quite detailed and slowed the pace of the story quite a bit.
Eadric seems to do nothing but eat and whine in this one. But Emma goes from strength to strength. I liked her a lot more in this book. There was a lot of action scenes and exciting twists but they were in between the slower parts so the book just seemed to drag a little bit.
However saying that it is only 292 pages so it still didn't take me that long and overall the plot line was good. I love the devotion between Haywood and Grassina, and the twist at the end was very good.
Overall it is still a good book and worth a read, it's just a bit slow in places. You may find yourself skimming bits.
I strongly recommend this book if you liked the "Frog Princess", I can't wait for the next one.
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