Neram has been raised alone by her mother, an outcast and unwanted. Then Neram finds the last dragon in Vallorn, and she knows her life can change. But when she learns she is half-sister to the dragon, she must choose: embrace the dragon inside her or lose what matters most forever.
Customer ReviewsSee All
I randomly stumbled across this author's second book, The Burn, on itunes. I bought it and loved it, so I got this one. It was a little disappointing especially after reading her other book, which was amazing. The idea for this book was really good and there were a several parts I really liked, but overall the book came off as poorly edited. Mainly, I wish some parts of this book would have been shortened, some parts expanded on, and the order we learn some information in rearranged. There were also a few very noticeable spelling/grammar errors. I'm not talking about little things like commas when I mean noticeable. It wasn't really bad, but it is a pet peeve of mine. Additionally, the author uses some words that are uncommon and seem out of place. This author clearly has good ideas. Maybe it's because it's her first book. However, I do think it's still worth the few bucks to read it.