Dragonlinked (Dragonlinked Chronicles, #1)

  • Title: Dragonlinked (Dragonlinked Chronicles, #1)
  • Author: Adolfo Garza Jr.
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 359
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dragonlinked Dragonlinked Chronicles Many will be acceptable candidates truth be told And eventually there will be thousands upon thousands of dragonlinked But there will be one who is first All fourteen year old Aeron wants is to make
    Many will be acceptable candidates, truth be told And eventually, there will be thousands upon thousands of dragonlinked But there will be one who is first.All fourteen year old Aeron wants is to make his father proud After all, he d managed to get Aeron a chance at an apprenticeship in Caer Baronel, the seat of Lord Baronel s newly formed settlement in the northern wilMany will be acceptable candidates, truth be told And eventually, there will be thousands upon thousands of dragonlinked But there will be one who is first.All fourteen year old Aeron wants is to make his father proud After all, he d managed to get Aeron a chance at an apprenticeship in Caer Baronel, the seat of Lord Baronel s newly formed settlement in the northern wilds, and Aeron does not want to let him down When Aeron is invited to be an accepted in Magic Craft, things seem to be going his way His life is thrown into complete chaos, however, when he discovers an enormous egg, and unable to ignore its desperate cries, he helps the creature struggling within to hatch As if he didn t already have enough on his plate studying magic, avoiding an older boy s persistent bullying, and trying to ignore the increasing reports of deadly nahual attacks, he now has the responsibility of caring for his young dragon companion Sure, it s every boy s dream, as no one has ever been able to get close to the incredible creatures But how will he continue to feed her and take care of her once she s a full grown dragon Will he be able to do so and keep up with his Magic Craft lessons And how in Yrdra s deepest hells will he keep her a secret Aeron s search for answers in his now drastically changed world will lead to surprising discoveries and revelations, dangerous and distressingly close encounters with nahual, and the possibility of a greater, fulfilling purpose if he survives.In his debut novel, DRAGONLINKED, author Adolfo Garza Jr immerses readers in the world of Lethera, where magic and a nascent Industrial Revolution will be the backdrop for several tales about dragons, their newly discovered roles, and the brave souls who are their bond mates.

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    1. I absolutely loved this book! What makes this book worth reading you ask? Well, let me see1: THE WORLD! the world building in this book was just spectacular in my opinion. I was completely entranced by the places we see in this book. 2: THE MAGIC! Ok, the magic system was really cool, I was left thinking about all of the "spells" and "structures" of the spells also the focuses of the spells just a really exciting magic system that also had a feel of science to it. So not just plain old wave your [...]

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    2. I liked the world building in this book. Great concept and very interesting set up. I particularly liked the myth about the creation of the Dragonlinked universe at the start. I liked the characters. However, the writing was rathermplistic and a bit repetitive in places. There were quite a few scenes describing what the characters were eating to the point where I was getting annoyed by it. Overall, I would say it was an mostly okay book for an adult but probably would be better enjoyed by 10-12 [...]

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    3. Overall I rather liked this. After getting accustomed to what I felt was a bit of stilted third person narration, I enjoyed the story. The book did require something I was required to do with Moby Dick - during Moby Dick, in order to actually finish it, I needed to skip over the scenes discussing anatomy of whales and differences between American and British rope curling, during Dragonlinked I did feel the need to skim/skip over section about leatherworking and some of the other more mundane thi [...]

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    4. I very much enjoyed this book. It was fascinating how the author took the time to explain the joining of a young man and a baby dragon as well as how he envisions the way magic is created without it being dry and boring. I love books with dragons and this little girl is adorable for a dragon well worth the read. We Are One.

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    5. DissappointingThis book was very well thought out and explained. I liked the characters, the story moved really slowly. The end of the book was what ruined it for me. I had suspicions about one of the male characters feelings for the other, and was seriously hoping I was wrong. I do not enjoy reading about boys kissing each other. I will not be reading the next book.

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    6. A fun book, I really enjoyed it. Its a little slower introduction to dragons than how most writers just throw them at you and expect you to know everything. I could have borrowed this and book 2 on prime, but I thought it was better for the writer to get paid for his work, and bought them both.

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    7. For those who love Dragons and aren't homophobicI thought this was a great read. Good descriptive writing that brought me right into a creative storyline. Sure, it's a somewhat predictable " boy finds Dragon, blah blah," but some nice twists and surprises to keep me involved. Now, it's onto the sequel! Yay!

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    8. Good start to a good seriesThis is a good start to the series. I have read all three books currently out. I had to go back and read all three again. Hoping for the 4th book soon.

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    9. Honestly, I wasn't expecting much from this book, but I found myself enjoying the series very much. Without aspiring to be LOTR or epic fantasy, Garza gives us enough interesting characters and storyline twists to keep the series fresh and interesting.Recommended.

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