Voices of Dragons
Publish date: March 16th 2010
Pages no: 309
Edition language: English
My first thought was shit. I really like this author's Kitty Norville series. This book? Not so much. Kay is an IDIOT. The book starts out with her free-climbing BY HERSELF, no one knows where she is, and this: "...slowly creeping up with only her hands and feet to support her." I realize she'...
When humanity started using atomic weapons, we got a big surprise. The detonations not only killed humans--they also awakened dragons slumbering beneath the earth. A vicious war ensued between the astounded humans and the enraged dragons. On the cusp of mutually-assured destruction, both species ...
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Voices of Dragons by Carrie Vaughn: Interesting concept and a nice weaving together of backstory and current events. The narrator (Kay) actually has friends and does things with them. On the other hand, I never found myself completely invested in the story or the characters.
I enjoyed this book and I debated giving it 3 or 4 stars, but in the end it reminded me to much of Eragon which isn't a bad thing but didn't work for me. Things need to be better explained on what happened when the dragons came out of the ground. Also it made me wonder, is their a sequel or not? It...