It has everything! Dragons, adventure, family, friendship, discovered magic, dastardly villains, ecological crisis, and much more.
At it’s heart there is a tale of Erskin searching for her sister who has been taken by the cloud dragon after an earthquake disturbs the equilibrium between the village and the monsters beyond the wall.
But as we and Erskin find out there is far more to the story than that simple sentence.
In the end Erskine and her friends not only find her sister but find out a lot more secrets about the world they inhabit and the peril that they all face.
Written with a pace that pulls you through this gripping adventure whilst also describing the wonder in enough detail that you are amazed by the animals and scenery that you travel through, this is a book I really couldn’t put down.
There is also a deep story of what people can do to nature in the name of profit and progress and the ruin it can cause.
I really didn’t want this story to end and would love to see a return to this world in the future.
I especially loved the fish…
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