Magic Is Forbidden
Dragon Servants Sanna and Isadora Spence live in the village of Anguis, deep in Letum Wood, where persnickety dragons are the least of their worries.
Thanks to years of simmering tension, the hidden village is destined to crack. Soon. Sanna's deep love for the giant beasts causes her to make an irreversible mistake, while Isadora's disinterest leads her to a fateful decision that will change the course of the entire world.
Can the sisters prevent everything they know from falling apart? Or do they allow it to break and the pave the way for new growth?
Join the beloved sisterwitches from the Network Series in a story about sisterhood, new magic, and dealing with change.
Great world to be in
I was given the opportunity to receive arc copy from the author for honest review. I am going to be completely honest this was my first book with dragons in it. And to make it even better it had some witches which made this book very good. This story is about twin sisters Sanna and Isadora who live with thier family to serve the dragons. Where magic was not allowed between the sisters. Then one night it all changed for both of the sisters when it came to choosing a dragon to serve. The sisters may have been twins but their paths were different from each other. Sanna had a love of the dragons and cared about them so much. Isadora path was very different she wanted to learn more about magic. And this is where we meet the wild dragon and Max. This story between the two sisters and the jounary they take to save thier family is amazing. I felt like I was watching a movie instead of reading a book. The way Katie made me see these dragons and the witche's that Isadora and Sanna had come across. I really enjoyed this book and can't wait to continue when the next book comes out. And find out what Sanna and Isaora go up against next. I do recommened this book very enjoyed and sad. This book will have you on the edge of your seat. Thank you Katie Cross for this amazing read.
Loved it. Of course I can’t wait to read Flight.
I’ve been a fan of Katie Cross’s Network series since the beginning,they’re fast paced,exciting and beautifully detailed. This is an offshoot of that same series,set at an earlier time.That said,it’s just as amazing as the first series,moreso even because her dragons are described so vividly you can almost feel them!If you haven’t read her books,please do at the earliest convenience,they don’t disappoint.