Burned

Burned, the second book in the Dragon’s Trust series by Krista Wayment, was released at the end of October. It’s a great middle-grade read but fun for adults who love lots of action, too.

I really love how real Wayment’s dragons are. They are as much characters of the book as Renick, Lainey and Thane are, and their personalities shine through in everything they do.

Also, I love the idea of dragons that can talk.

In Burned, one rogue dragon seeking revenge causes a lot of trouble for Renick and his friends. I really felt for this dragon, and for everyone in his path, because Wayment made his dilemma and his motivations so true to life. For me, the real villains were the dragon-hunters, who only wanted to capture the dragon’s magic. Once again, Renick stepped into the role of a true hero, an ordinary person who does something extraordinary because he cares about others.

I loved this book.

 

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One Comment to “Burned”

  1. Now that you mention it, dragon’s don’t seem to talk that often. Those that do are typically evil. Nice to hear about some good-hearted talking dragons.

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