SeraphinaeBook - 2012
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This is a spectacular YA fantasy, with some of the best world-building I've ever seen -- but also noteworthy is the slow, subtle romantic developments between the titular character and Capt. Lucian Kiggs. Lovely.
martha_w Feb 15, 2015
I don't know how I missed this one when it was first released, but this was great. It has got to be one of the best examples of world-building in a fantasy book that I've ever read--everything feels simultaneously fresh and new, and yet also totally familiar, as if this world really existed. So i... Read More »
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The music flew from me like a dove released into the vastness of the nave; the cathedral itself lent it new richness and gave something back, as if this glorious edifice, too, were my instrument.
The future would come, full of war and uncertainty, but I would not be facing it alone.
“Sometimes the truth has difficulty breaching the city walls of our beliefs. A lie, dressed in the correct livery, passes through more easily.”
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In a world where dragons roam and walk amongst humans, in human form called saarantras. In such a world where dragons can go unnoticed, and still harbor such awesome powers, tensions between dragons and humans rise as the fortieth anniversary of their great treaty approaches.
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