Wilde Island is not at peace. The kingdom mourns the dead Pendragon king and awaits the return of his heir; the uneasy pact between dragons, fairies, and humans is strained; and the regent is funding a bloodthirsty witch hunt, hoping to rid the island of half-fey maidens. Tess, daughter of a... show more
Wilde Island is not at peace. The kingdom mourns the dead Pendragon king and awaits the return of his heir; the uneasy pact between dragons, fairies, and humans is strained; and the regent is funding a bloodthirsty witch hunt, hoping to rid the island of half-fey maidens. Tess, daughter of a blacksmith, has visions of the future, but she still doesn't expect to be accused of witchcraft, forced to flee with her two best friends, or offered shelter by the handsome and enigmatic Garth Huntsman, a warden for Dragonswood. But Garth is the younger prince in disguise and Tess soon learns that her true father was fey, making them the center of an exciting, romantic adventure, and an ancient prophecy that will bring about peace between all three races - dragon, human, and fairy.
Publish date: January 5th 2012
Pages no: 407
Edition language: English
Series: Wilde Island Chronicles (#2)
I wish now that I had not waited so long to read this. I really enjoyed reading this author and have added a few other books by her to read. Dragonswood is a nice, cozy YA fantasy that even though predictable, kept me turning the pages late into the night. There was a touch of romance that I enjoyed...
Dragonswood is a strange little novel that starts out well enough, then splinters off into various fragments of stories. As it keeps going, it suffers under its own weight as it tries to reconcile the many different plot threads running through it. Any one of these different threads would make for...
I loved this entire story. Not one negative thing to say about it. Just perfect.
This is a quite charming fantasy. The world is much richer than I originally expected in the first few chapters. Yet the plot does not live up to what the world can offer.What I means is that Dragonswood does try to weave a complex, intricate story, but I still find the story somewhat lacking. The c...
I liked this loads more than Dragon's Keep. It was so much better. This is my review of Dragon's Keep.I legitimately liked Tess. She was a good character that I could empathize with. The story was far more interesting than in the first book. Characters developed and likable, plot that actually made ...