I loved this book! It is as good or maybe even better than the first book Girls of Dirt.
This one is a continuation of the story. It has a lot more of the Dragons in it. Dragons are everywhere! Very cool dragons they are too.
These dragons are pretty much like people. They like tending gardens, olive groves, fishing, making beer, and drinking beer. Any idea how much beer a dragon can drink?? Lots. They better make it themselves or there won’t be enough.
This book has a lot of fighting going on. The good guys are trying to improve things for everyone. The bad guys only want things to be good for them. Which is pretty much business as usual, even in our world. Too bad we don’t have dragons here, even if they don’t eat people.
Anyway…this second book has lots of adventures, training people to fight, big battles, small battles, a few mysteries, even Romance! It has a bit of everything.
I was really glad that Mistry finally found someone else to love. That was way cool. So has Silvi. Ferret is still a bit shy but maybe she will get there too.
I will be starting on the third book soon and then the reading the first series. My mom tells me the first series is better than the second series, so I’m really looking forward to that.
If you haven’t read these books yet, you should! The first book in each series is FREE so you don’t have any excuse not to try. None of them cost much and you can buy them here or through the links on the World of Dirt website.
About the Book:
In the hills above Meressa, on the southern coast of Preland and in the ruined town of Ponack, dragons are now returning and setting up small, optimistic communities.
Mistry must now work to put the rest of her centuries-old plan into action, but nothing can happen until they find the descendant of the Cwendrina.
But while Silvi and Ferret travel across Preland with Be-Elin and Mab-Abin, two old enemies are rising across the Yonder Sea in Bind.
Whether or not they are successful in their search, they will have to confront the warring Keffra-See and the memory of the Haftens.
For Silvi Farthing, it will mean a trial by war that will tear her soul in two.
The saga continues with Dragons of Dirt.
“I have done as you and Be-Elin asked and as I promised myself I would do.” He turned to the small women, his eyes bleak. “Why does it hurt so much?”
Mistry took his hands in hers, reached up and wiped the tears from his face. “Good deeds hurt the most, Edver. And good people feel the pain most of all.”
About the Author:
This bit is from the Dirt website-
C.C. Hogan is addicted to writing and loves telling stories whether that is a fantasy like Dirt, about young people in The Stink or in music and poetry.
He is a Londoner by birth and writes full time.
Find out loads more at his Blog.
This bit is from Goodreads-
One way or another I have spent far too many years playing with words; by too many I mean I am completely addicted now and can’t do anything else.
I have been in the media most of that time, cooked quite a lot of the time and played guitar some of the rest of the time.
I am medium height, not pretty and talk far too much. You will only want me round to dinner if I agree to cook it for you.
I love lovers.