Review of The Dragondain (Moon Realm)

December 11, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★

Review of The Dragondain (Moon Realm)The Dragondain by Richard Due
Series: Moon Realm #2
Published by Gibbering Gnome Press on December 7th 2012
Pages: 304
Format: eBook
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The Chronicles of Narnia meets Game of Thrones
Book Two in the award winning Moon Realm Series.
It's the middle of the night, you need to send your brother to the Moon Realm, and he won’t wake up. So you improvise. . . .
When a confused Jasper awakes, he's convinced he's dreaming. But by the time he meets Greydor, Jasper understands that this is no dream. In fact, persuading the King of the Rinn to work with the men of Dain to defeat their common enemy is a nightmare. Then there’s the other side of the coin: convincing Tavin and Dubb that saddling a Rinn isn’t certain death. (“It’ll be fun!”) And perhaps even a greater worry: can he make friends with Dubb’s daughter Darce before she punches his lights out?
Lily has problems, too. There’s a little mousie scratching in her closet. Or at least, it sounds like a little mousie. Oh, and her second confrontation with Curse, and trying to form her first peerin. (Don’t you have to be from Dain to do that?) And where’s Ebb?
One thing’s for sure: now that Lily and Jasper have entered the Moon Realm, nothing can ever be the same again.
Illustrated by Carolyn Arcabascio. Volume One of the The Moon Realm Series.
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In The Dragondain, Lily and Jasper travel back to the Moon Realm to search for their uncle and help in the war for its survival.

I found this second novel to be very enrtertaining and fun. The characters are all really well done, and the plot is a real page turner. Both Lily and Jasper are great characters to follow. There were a few slow spots that I had to wade through and some character conversations that could have been tightened up. But overall I felt it was a wonderful read and I really hope there is another book in this series in the future.

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