One day, Kay takes a risk. She gets close to Dragon to climb a rock face- something she knows is a bad idea. In doing so, she changes the world.
The unlikely friendship that forms between Kay and a young dragon who wants to learn more about humans sparks humanity’s deepest fears of dragons, and for some, inspires hope that the future can be better.
This was a great book. I am looking forward to the sequel, Refuge of Dragons, making it to print so my myopic eyes can read it (currently it is only available through e-book). The characters are well crafted, and the pace is a good one. The end is a definite “but what happens next?” ending, so you will want to get Refuge of Dragons lined up to read right away.
I recommend this for dragon lovers and modern fantasy lovers.