Dragon’s Oath Book Review

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Dragon’s Oath is a nice backstory into how Professor Dragon and Professor Anastasia met and fell in love. It was a nice quick read. It took me places after the book ‘Awakened’ in the series. Then you see Dragon taking you back to his youth and meeting Anastasia.

It was a good novel because not only did it show how they met and give their backstory, it also gives a little insight into how decisions they made back then contributed to the mass destruction of the school and possibly the world, with the release of Kalona.

I love stories that make you go wow how it all began. It is always nice to have that extra insight. I always like Professor Dragon. I thought he is an interesting character. There is a lot of depth and mystery about him. So I thought it was fitting that there was a novel written about his story.

However it was quick and I feel like the plot was a bit sloppy, more rushed through than it needed to be. So that was a big down point for me. You need time and details to make the story come alive and I feel like this novel lacks a bit in that area.

Another thing I enjoyed is that this one is a tad more serious. You didn’t have all the small quirks that seem to drive me mad with Zoey and everyone. It was a nice break from that as well. I recommend it to anyone who has read the series; you really do want to see his backstory because it has a key part that links to the rest of the series. I give it three stars.

Dragon’s Oath

A House of Night Novella P.C Cast & Kristin Cast

St. Martin’s Griffin

ISBN: 978-1-250-00023-1

Publishing Date: July 12, 2011

Chasity Brewer is an avid reader and has always had a passion for books, she is a writer and an active book reviewer and she can be reached at newsblaze.com