Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Dragon's Milk: Review
This book has a bit of an older feel to it. Kaeldra, the main character, is different from the rest of her village. She has green eyes, like those rumored to be able to speak to dragons. Kaeldra's sister, Lyf, is ill, and the only thing that can cure her fever is dragon's milk. With the help of her Granmyr, she finds a dragon that has recently hatched a clutch of draclings and agrees to watch the draclings while the mother hunts in exchange for milk. When the mother is killed by hunters, Kaeldra must find a way to save the draclings.
I really loved this story by the end. Sometimes the lore in the story was a little corny, and it was kind of predictable. However, it was much better than I had expected, and I really loved it. A well-deserved 4 out of 5 stars.