Thursday, April 12, 2007

On Wings of a Dragon (book review)




On Wings of a Dragon is a fantasy by Cora Taylor. In the book, Kour'el is a young girl from a land far away, and a magical people. She wakes up one day in a tower cell with no memory of the past. With help from her faithful companion Api'Naga, an immortal dragon, she painfully pieces together her memories and remembers her mission.

Far away, a dying king needs the help of Kour'el and Api'Naga. The ruthless Queen Mariah will do anything to have complete control over the land. But a servant named Maighdlin can help Kour'el, for as they will soon discover, they both have incredible powers.

I enjoyed this book much more than the last one I read, the Black Gryphon. On the Wings of a Dragon was full of emotion, and it was action-packed! If this were to be part of a series, I would eagerly await the next book!

I give this book 8 out of 10 stars.

The Spring Reading Thing reading challenge: 3 books down, 27 to go.