The Royal Dragoneers: (The Dragoneers Saga Book One): Volume 1 (Dragoneer Saga) Paperback – 3 Oct 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
I would recommend.
So overall quite dissapointed and will not be reading the rest of the series as none of the characters with the possible exception of the young boy (think that's Ricky) made me interested enough to continue.
The writing and some of the conversations are so down to earth, for a fiction book, it had me chuckling in places.
Give it a read, well worth it. It also has a peek preview into the next book which I am downloading now..
Jenka De Swasso wants nothing more than to be a King's Ranger and, as usual for someone with a destiny larger than themselves, his life takes a sudden and dramatic turn after an encounter with a young dragon named Jade.
The goblins have a new king, Gravelbone, and are organizing with the "mudged" dragons to drive man out of their lands. Gravelbone intends to destroy the king's huge defensive wall, poison the entire kingdom and make the survivors into his slaves.
Zah and Jenka are the only ones that can save the kingdom from the demon Gravelbone and his nightshade. Together, they must convince the king of the impending war, avoid being locked away for being dragon sympathizers and learn the true nature of their bonds with their pure blooded dragons, Jade and Crystal.
Grammar/Spelling: I noticed some inconsistencies with the spelling of a character named Rikky. Occasionally, it was spelled with only one "k". There were also some minor punctuation problems that another read through with a beta reader could definitely take care of.
Character Development: The characters range from a powerful Druida to a stubborn young King's Ranger to dragons, each with their own form of magic to help move the story along very nicely.
One of the standout characters for me was Rikky. He is barely a teenager and even at his young age, he shows a ferociousness and tenacity seldom seen even in men twice his age. Even after a debilitating attack from the goblins, he is determined to seek revenge on the Goblin King at nearly any cost.
Writing Style: Mr.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A very interesting & enjoyable read, Great Characters & unexpected outcomes, I look forward to reading the next story in the saga.Published 3 months ago by Shane
Very good action from the beginning i'm on book 6 now and it being Nail biting all the way.Published 12 months ago by Mike Edwards
This book has been a really good read, so glad gravelbone met his violent end, looking forward to more adventures.Published 15 months ago by Brenda Scott
Another great read, couldn't set the book down, really enjoyed the pace of the story, can't wait to read the next bookPublished 21 months ago by Leon Reynolds
A gripping tale of adventure and fantasy, this book is probably one of the best I've ever read. GET THIS BOOKPublished on 19 Aug. 2014 by Flame Scorchwing