Children · Dragon Slippers · Jessica Day George

Dragon Spear (Dragon Slippers #3)

Synopsis

As far as Creel is concerned, all is finally right with the world. The dragon king, Shardas, and his queen, Velika, have made a home for themselves on the Far Islands, and for the first time in centuries it seems dragons and humans might be able to live together in peace. So what better time for Creel and Luka to plan their wedding. But then Velika gets kidnapped by a band of rogue dragons in need of their own queen. And Creel and Luka leap to aid Shardas and rescue her (goodreads.com). 

Review

dragonDragon Spear is the third installment in the Dragon Slippers trilogy. After reading all three books, I cannot decide which one is my favorite. They are all equally amazing!

Plot

It was awesome to be able to visit the dragons on their new home in the Far Isles! It is a wonderful place filled with many new creatures, and the dragons are loving it! I liked how we got to hear about Shardas and his new collection that he started, and to see Velika for the first time in this book was not a surprise to me, but exciting nonetheless! I also enjoyed meeting some new dragons, and getting to know others better. The plot moved along at a great pace! I was never uninterested because something exciting was always happening and it was intense during some parts too!

Exploring all these new places in this book was interesting. You get to see the Far Isles, then you get to see an even farther away island where Velika is taken. Here you meet some strange new dragons and people and learn about their culture. These people/dragons have a strange way of life!

Characters

The characters are more developed as the story moves on and you get to know more about them. The new characters that are introduced are well described, and developed rather well for being introduced in the last book. You come to like some of them and despise the others. Being able to feel this way about the characters really makes this such a great series for me! I like it when they feel like real people and have their faults; perfection creates unreal people.

Overall Thoughts

This was definitely an enjoyable conclusion to the series and left me satisfied with a good ending. However, there may be room for another one. I sure hope so! I would love to revisit my favorite characters.

My rating: 5/5 stars!

 

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Authors Website with information about herself and other books

Review by Book Reviews for Parents

Review by Gamila’s Book Review

My other reviews in this series

Dragon Slippers

Dragon Flight

 

*photo provided by goodreads.com

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