Monday, January 8, 2018

Dragon School: The Dark Prince

Dragon School:
The Dark Prince

Dragon School: The Dark Prince by [Wilson, Sarah K. L.]


About the Book:

Title: Dragon School: The Dark Prince | Author: Sarah K. L. Wilson | Genre: Fantasy Adventure | Pages: 94 | Recommended Age: Young Adult

Book Description:

Who says all handsome princes are charming?

Hunted by the Magikas, Amel seeks refuge on a secluded island. But when she meets the prince of Baojang there, she realizes she can't stay in hiding. Someone needs to warn the Dominion of the plotted treachery - and quickly before her friend Savette is married off to one of them.

Fans of Anne McCaffrey’s Dragon Rider’s of Pern, Christopher Paolini’s Eragon and Rachel E. Carter’s First Year will love Dragon School.

The Dark Prince is Episode Three of Dragon School - expect a new episode every eighteen days!


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My Review:

Dragon School: The Dark Prince is the third book in this fun and fast paced young adult series. Amel is learning to be a dragon rider, but she is at a severe disadvantage being crippled in one leg. However, Amel never gives up. She's also perceptive, loyal, and caring. In the third book, she faces greater perils. There's plenty of intrigue and good people die. Leng is severely injured and Amel must watch over him. Can she keep him alive when others want him dead? I can't wait to read more in the series!

My Favorite Quotes from Book 3:

Amel's thoughts:
It was just so hard to be ambitious when you knew that your all would never be as much as their average. Still, I pushed myself.

Amel's words:
“I’m not going to break. Just because I broke before doesn’t mean that I’m fragile.”



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About the Author:
Sarah K. L. Wilson

Sarah K L Wilson


USA Today bestselling author, Sarah K. L. Wilson, hails from the rocky Canadian Shield in Northern Ontario where she lives with her husband and two small boys. Her interests include the outdoors, history, and philosophy. Her books are always about fantastical adventures in other worlds.



Disclosure: I received an ARC (Advance Reader Copy) and this is my honest review.

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