I laughed. I cried. I did NOT want the book to end.
You will cry reading this one. If you don’t like to cry when reading, then don’t even bother with this one, because it IS GONNA HAPPEN!
I got mad about that too. Wanted to go find Mr. Hogan and kick his butt up and down the street, and around the block. I got over that. Mostly. I mean really, you can’t have a war and no one dies. It just doesn’t happen so if you gonna read about war, you best be prepared to mourn.
There is a lot of fighting in this book. There are bad people who just DO NOT want the world to be a better place. Plenty of them in this story. They mostly get whooped. Eventually. The story is in the getting there. Lots of interesting stuff in this one.
It is a really good read! Hard to say much about it without spoilers. So go get a copy and read it! There is an excerpt you can read here.
I’m hoping this isn’t really the end. I’m pretty sure there’s more story to be told. If he decides to tell it, I’m gonna read it.
About the book:
Don, the capital of the beautiful country of Sarn is besieged by the armies of Lefton and Tol Nalan and the icy winds that are blowing down from the north.
Preland is in the grip of the worst winter anyone can remember in hundreds of years, and from beyond the Red Mountains, a wagon train arrives, sent by the king of Wone. The people of the north are freezing to death and running of out of food. They need help, help that only the dragons can provide. But it will take hundreds of them; Mistry must send to Angyn for help.
And beyond the storms, the vile True Path are allying with Categan. When the winter is over, they will head south intent on wiping out the dragons and building their new empire.
Not for the first time, Silvi finds herself at the front, being compared to her great father, General Johnson Farthing. But can this young woman lead an army? Can she defeat this terrible foe?
People of Dirt is the dramatic finale of Dirt, series two.
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.