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Sunday, May 11, 2008

Dragon’s Treasure by Elizabeth A. Lynn

A good book, wish I would have waited to read “Dragon’s Winter” the prequel to this book, until I had both books in hand. Too much of the story was predicated on having read “Dragon’s Winter”. My recollection was sufficient that I wasn’t lost but I felt like I should reread the first book so I could greater appreciate the 2nd. Anthropomorphism is alive and well in the changelings in the story and I am always a sucker for that. I enjoyed the book but I recommend you get “Dragon’s Winter” first and then read them sequentially for the most satisfaction.

Body of work of Elizabeth A. Lynn


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