A School For Dragons
Book 1, The Cavernis Trilogy
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“This book was so engaging I couldn’t put it down! Really loved the feisty dragonet Ripley.” ~ Vonda N. McIntyre, Nebula/Hugo award-winning author
“If you find yourself attracted to reptiles and addicted to whimsy, it’s probably Amy Wolf’s fault. Her world of Cavernis sucks you in and refuses to let go, and the only thing you are left wondering after reading her novel is “when will there be more?” ~ R.E. Carr, best-selling Kindle author
Mattie Sharpe—seventeen and bored in L.A. —is getting into trouble. She gets into even more when she’s whisked to Cavernis, a world teeming with dragons. But these are dragons as you’ve never seen them: they are fussy gourmets; work as lawyers & CPA’s; and attend their school ASH, where they take classes like TNS ("Tails, Nails & Scales").
Reuniting with her childhood friend, Mattie learns why she’s been brought there, and even heads ASH’s rowing team, Skull & Bones. She learns how to be a knight from the mysterious Eli, a small mute dragon…or is he?
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. This book had a great storyline that was unique and captivating. I had a hard time putting it down. My only issue was that the writing style was occasionally too simplistic. Almost like it was geared toward the younger ages. Other than that, it was great.