This book shared some unfortunate parallels to Meyer's Twilight. That being said, I still think that YA would enjoy it. Adults who generally like YA....not so much. Jacinda is much more likable than Bella and Will actually has depth to his personality, but it's still Twilight with draki (dragons) instead of vampires and the female is the monster instead of the man. Love story between predator and prey....you know the drill. It's clean language, nice concept of people being dragons, and nothing age inappropriate for teens 14-18.
This book is adorable. The art is colorful, easy on the eyes, and very clever. Bridget is quite the artist! I liked this book so much that I bought it AND I bought a beret for my 2-year-old to wear while she reads (and colors). It's a good, original story with a nice lesson.
This was my first zombie book. I also don't read a lot of historical romance. That being said, I really enjoyed SSAD. It's not very often that I relate to the main character but Eleanor was feisty and fiery and clever and I really liked her.
It wasn't very violent. Nothing raunchy. Descriptions were nice. This was one of those books that makes you easily forget that someone wrote it. It didn't feel like reading; it felt like being in the story. It was a fun read and I recommend it to YA and adults alike.
Yes, I quite liked Dennard's work even though I did predict some of the ending early on. I shall read more of her books.
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