Pretty soon, he believes that his story isn ’ t just story and he ’ s swept into the hunt for the last dragon egg, pitted against determined foes, but joined by stalwart friends.This story was OK for me.
Pretty predictable plot, but much like comfort food.I did like that the author threw in some languages for fun.
There ’ s some mostly made up dragon language ( which sounds like a Germanic derivative), and finally some German, some Latin, and a smidge here or there of some other tongue.
Setting that little criticism aside, I trul felt the inclusion of the languages as part of he world building and part of the hint that help our hero.Speaking of our hero, he ’ s in a wheelchair.
I also wanted that the genders were well balanced, there being a roughly equal number of ladies and gents on the two opposing teams.So my biggest criticism is that the plot is implausible, which made th book a little boring for me.
My econd criticism is that thi author kept using the terms toxin, poison, venom, all the same way along with ‘ infected by ’.