on 27 January 2016
Jahrra continues to go on mini adventures and has one close shave with the enemy. Her knowledge of the prophecy about the human girl and the history of Oescienne grow with the passing years. Now that she is more mature, her preparation for her role in life includes practical training.
Like book one, the story unfolds at a leisurely pace. I again skimmed over some passages to get to the action.
Hint. There is a section at the end of the book about pronunciation of the rather interesting names. Wish I had found it earlier as inventing my own sometimes spoiled the flow!
on 20 July 2016
Denaeh is aware of the girl’s destiny and tries to give her clues of this, by sending her into a creepy area where she meets dangerous mythical creatures.
The dragons on the other hand try to prepare her for her future by sending her for combat training with an elven couple and by teaching her Draggish, the language of the dragons.
Jahrra (still unaware that she is human) is content with her life and her friends despite the ongoing torment by the other children at school.
Unfortunately that contentment is destroyed by the death of someone she loves dearly. This prompts the need for her to flee with Phrym, her pet semequin (type of horse) and under the protection of Jaax despite her continued dislike of him.
Delightful fantasy adventure tale. I deducted 1 star due to the grammar errors that could be corrected with proofreading.
*review also published on smashwords where book was bought.