Dragon's Danger: Book One of the Blood Bound

Dragon s Danger Book One of the Blood Bound Don t believe everything you read on the Internet Joey Anne Marie and David are three teens from New Orleans They re smart enough to understand this Imagine their surprise when a dragon s egg they b

  • Title: Dragon's Danger: Book One of the Blood Bound
  • Author: Edward Branley
  • ISBN: 9781310534850
  • Page: 333
  • Format: ebook
  • Don t believe everything you read on the Internet Joey, Anne Marie, and David are three teens from New Orleans They re smart enough to understand this Imagine their surprise when a dragon s egg they bought online turns out to be from an ancient trading company that sells collectibles and curiosities Suddenly it s than just kidding around, as they help their draDon t believe everything you read on the Internet Joey, Anne Marie, and David are three teens from New Orleans They re smart enough to understand this Imagine their surprise when a dragon s egg they bought online turns out to be from an ancient trading company that sells collectibles and curiosities Suddenly it s than just kidding around, as they help their dragon avoid danger and evolve to its full potential For over a thousand years, the dragons have used the merchant concern, Hassan s Collectibles and Curiosities to help identify those worthy of becoming the Blood Bound humans who are willing to hatch dragon eggs and nurture the hatchlings to adulthood The methods used by Hassan s have changed over time, but the results are the same The dragons live It s never been easy to be a teen Asking a teen to hatch a dragon egg is a big request That s why it s important to choose a teen who has friends to help Better yet, get three inseparable kids to do the job

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    1. My Thoughts - 2 out of 5 Unicorns - I liked the story idea!!! ***Received a copy of the ebook for an honest review via StorycartelThe cover is cute and what attracted me to the book.I saw this book on Storycartel, and I thought it would be a fun middle grade book to read. This book should not be marketed as middle grade. This book is confusing because it has a middle grade feel but the characters are high schoolers which confuses the whole thing further. I get that high school students flip each [...]

    2. When I first read this book’s description, I didn’t know if I would like this book at all. I could already see how this idea could be ruined with a few writing mistakes and go completely haywire. But, I can’t say that that happened. With every ring of the doorbell, I was more and more excited to see what is coming from Hassan’s and how each of the character’s reacts to what they get.These characters worked really well together and the way we learned more about them throughout their act [...]

    3. This book has three teens, an amazing dragon support service, and video games as well. These three teens order a dragon egg. To their shock, it's real. It hatches and that is just the start. This book has adventure, secret groups, quest, poetry and a beautiful dragonEVER, the cover art And age ratings are VERY misleading. The major drawback is some very serious language (cursing mainly shocking F-bombs) and crude gestures that should have been left out of this book. Otherwise I would have been a [...]

    4. I'm sad to say that I didn't like this book as much as I hoped. I really like the idea behind this book. But sometimes it is told too fast and sometimes nothing happens: the main characters just play games on various devices (all named). The happenings (to the dragon) at the end came as a (pleasant) surprise. But you expect that some things will be explained, to the Blood Bound and to the readers, but that doesn't happen. And there are several grammatical mistakes. A pity!This story has the pote [...]

    5. ***Received a copy of the ebook for an honest review via StorycartelI like the way characters developed during the story, they really work together.The story is fresh and leave you with a good taste on your mouth.

    6. I DNF'd this book because it felt unpolished and betrayed a lack of understanding about the middle grade audience.Full review:perfectworry.wordpress/20

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