Dragon Daughter: Legends of the Sky
Milla sees a messenger hide a mysterious silken bag in a tree closes to where she is hiding. A little later, she is the witness to that messenger’s murder. What is in the bag? What will become of its contents? The stranger was killed, but why and by whom? Milla has little time to assess either the danger of what she’s seen or the bag she takes from the scene. All she knows is that she is drawn to its contents- four perfectly, pulsating, spherical eggs. Is Milla on the brink of discovering her destiny? Could Milla be a Dragon Daughter?
It seems that from the outset, Liz Flanagan ignites our interest and curiosity. What danger has Milla set for herself and then what is behind the murder? Then again, what does this bag mean? It seems that Milla’s discovery sets her and then her Arcosi island home, up for reflection and revision. Why are the Sartolans, such as Milla, so lowly? Although she enjoys a relatively removed position with the Royal family, others are not so lucky. Furthermore, might the eggs, her discovery, change the impression that this family have of her? Then again, if these are eggs of dragons, why have they returned, now? After all, they were once banished from Arcosi? It seems their reappearance is foretold, with words of great danger. Doesn’t this mean that they, and then Milla, and further, are at desperate risk?
Bookwagon loves this sky soaring fantasy adventure and suggests its readers will too. What’s more, there are further dragon-ish wonders in this writer’s compelling Wildsmith series. We are delighted to welcome Dragon Daughter: Legends of the Sky aboard.