Searching for Dragons
Publish date: July 25th 2006
Publisher: Listening Library
Edition language: English
Series: Enchanted Forest Chronicles -4 (#2)
One of the copies of this series I'm reading has an introduction. Don't read the introductions if you haven't read the series before. They're full of spoilers. I clearly don't remember this series very well because I couldn't even remember the narrator of this book. But it holds up to rereading wi...
Can I say that I love the Enchanted Forest Chronicles even though I've only read two out of the four books only? Because I am going to say that! This installment is just as good as the first. Lost of magic and adventure and hilarity~ I'm telling you, I love the commentary some of the characters prov...
October 7, 2007July 21, 2014Sometimes a king just wants to walk away from all the tedious business of running a country, especially if he's the only one doing all the tedious work of running the country. Even more so if he has an officious steward looking reproachfully at him all the time because he...
Continuing my reread of the series. This book did suffer a bit from not having Kazul. But I like Mendanbar and he was a good counterpart to Cimorene.
this is a great continuation for the first novel. Cimorene is fantastic as always and Mandanbar is really her match. Wrede is't dealing with romance in a cheesy way, actually she barely touches it. keeping things fun, light, simple and enjoyable as always.
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