Disclosure: I was given a free copy of Tales of the Wovlen: The Dragon’ Son in exchange for my honest review. All opinions expressed are my own.
My 12 year old LOVES fantasy books. She read through two book series of Greek Mythology in three weeks. A total of 9 books! Yes, she’s a reader, and she LOVES books that engage her imagination!
When presented with the opportunity to review Tales of the Wovlen: The Dragon’s Son, I was sure she would love it. And since she was the reader, I asked her to write the review! This is her first review, and I think she did a great job at expressing her thoughts on Tales of the Wovlen: The Dragon’s Son.
The book is a fantasy book with mythical creatures such as dragons. When a village is destroyed by unknown enemies a young boy named Keegan flees to the dragon forest where he encounters a dragon named Pharrogon. Keegan choose to live with the dragon instead of going to the mountains with the rest of the survivors. 13 years later, Keegan , now a grown man, rescues a princess while on his way to a friends home. At his friend’s house he is reunited with an old childhood friend who tells him his sister is alive and offers to take him to her. Keegan excepts and while on the journey, along with an old man who speaks in riddles, they encounter many monsters that endanger Keegan and his dragon.
I loved this book! I also loved the father-son like relationship between Keegan and his dragon Pharrogon. I think that kids my age will also love this book. It’s exciting and full of adventure!
Kathryn learned from a very early age the joys that reading a good book could bring. The fascinating stories from the Bible particularly set her imagination on fire. But it wasn’t until she was 10 years old that she learned the real power of the written word. For the first time ever, the imaginary people, worlds, and creatures she saw in her head could finally come to life – on paper. Since then, it has become Kathryn’s passion to write. Whether it is humor and thoughts on her personal blog, or the conflicts of the people and worlds in her head, she loves to write it out – for her own enjoyment and the enjoyment of others.
Tales of the Wovlen: The Dragon’s Son is available in two formats