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Wonderfully woven tale
Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2018
Ava Richardson has woven a wonderful tale of hate, betrayal, and hope. "Dragons of Wild" begins in an explosion of betrayal and actions. Hacon Maddox had come to Torvald with a gift of the Iron Guard for the king. In truth, he was setting a plot in motion to overthrown the Dragon King and crown himself king. When he orders everyone, including the queen and her children, executed, his brother defies him in saving one child. Thus begins the story of Bower of House Daris and Saffron, raised by dragons.
I was captivated by the story and Ms Richardson's style from the very beginning. The story is told from the viewpoints of both Bower and Saffron. Ms Richardson accomplished something that I have not seen before. The narration flows smoothly from one character to the other, AND there is a difference in the way each character tells their part. In the past, every author I have read makes each character sound exactly like the other. Kudos Ava Richardson. There are a few minor editoral issues, but not enough to distract from an exciting and wonderful tale. You should add this book to your library!