Shadow Scale

Library of Cats

shadow scaleShadow Scale

Rachel Hartman
Random House, 2015

If you like dragon fantasy then this is the story for you. Shadow Scale is the sequel to Seraphina but it can stand alone – mainly because of the extensive review in the very beginning by a often used device, “the historian.” The twist in this story is dragons and humans coexist (and even cohabitate) but it is a tenuous peace that is between them. There are the folks who hate dragons and want to kill them, there are the folks who love dragons and want to live with them, and there are mostly just regular folks who accept dragons as a part of daily life. Of course it helps in this story that dragons are able to morph themselves into human form and some do it so convincingly a person is unable to tell the difference.

The main character, Seraphina (aka Phina)…

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  1. Sabina Ayne
    May 05, 2016 @ 00:12:55

    Thank you for the reblog! I truly appreciate it!

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