Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Cover & Synopsis Reveal: The Dragon's Egg

So, you know I've read the first book of this series.  But I've not posted my glowing review yet.  Yes, I said glowing.  I really enjoyed the first book and sped through it with speed as I couldn't stop reading.  Yes, it's on the fantasy side of the realm as well.  So I was happy.  Very happy.

Also, the author will be stopping by here September for a day as her tour comes through here.  So, with an interview you will get to know her.

But what are we here for today?  The cover reveal of the fourth, and final, book in the Dragonslayer series.

So here it is:
The Dragon's Egg

By:  Resa Nelson

Description:

In the fourth and final book of the Dragonslayer series, Mandulane’s army is poised to attack the Northlands in the name of a powerful god, but in truth Mandulane is using the act of spreading this new faith as a way to disguise his own personal greed and hunger for power. Astrid has succeeded in warning her beloved country of imminent danger, and the Northlanders scramble to set up a clever defense, never realizing a spy in their midst is poised to take critical information directly to Mandulane.


After sacrificing herself in order to set her brother Drageen free for the sake of protecting the Northlands, Astrid finds herself controlled by the stone of light. Although it forces her path of destiny, Astrid learns she must make one final choice about who she wants to be.



Most important of all, her new sweetheart Trep encounters a dragon that entrusts him with the care of a dragon’s egg. Trep embraces a dangerous journey and accepts the duty of protecting the unhatched dragon, knowing that its safety could impact the fate of the entire world. 


So what do you think?  After only reading the first book, I'm very curious to see how we get to here!  And love that egg!  There's a dragon in there!

8 comments:

  1. Is it strange that I love fantasy but am always very careful around dragons? Most of the dragon stuff I have gotten into I haven't loved, I don't know why, but I am looking for a book to change that.

    Beth ^_^
    http://sweetbooksnstuff.blogspot.com/

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    1. Sorry to hear that Beth D. I really liked the take on dragons in the first book. And it's hard to believe but the dragons don't have wings! :D and there are other things that all go with it. I'll share it all in the review. :) Thank you!

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  2. I have a soft spot for dragons, so I will definitely have to look into this series! Intriguing cover by the way!

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    1. Mirjam, I was really pleased with the first book, and look forward to reading on in the series. I'm hoping to be able to get back to it soon. :) Thank you!

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  3. I have been wanting to read a dragon book. Thanks for bringing this one to my attention.

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    1. Jennifer L. Bielman, you are very welcome! I just finished the first book last week and enjoyed the fantasy set up here, and the story. I'm looking forward to continuing the series. Hope you like what you find. :)

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  4. I am curious about this one, but I have to be honest... I don't love the cover. Just too static for a subject about dragons.

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    1. Melissa (books&things) - Glad to hear you are curious about the series. :) And bummer. I like that we get to see the dragon in the egg. :) Well, just to see a dragon. hee hee... ;D Thank you!

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