Through everything though, Menolly clings to her love her music, the idea that she can live in a world where music is accepted and encouraged - rather than met with scorn, ridicule, or a beating. Continuing on from where Dragonsong left off, this is the conclusion to Menolly's amazing story and is a thoroughly engrossing read. To say too much will ruin the surprises and charm of this shorter length novel from Anne McCaffrey - and every reader deserves the opportunity for the story to unravel at its own pace. And once again I have to say that I wish fire lizards were real - although sometimes dogs and cats come as a close second.
If you like this book then try:
- Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey
- Dragondrums by Anne McCaffrey
- Crystal singer by Anne McCaffrey
- Hex hall by Rachel Hawkins
Reviewed by Brilla