Wow, this is a chunkster. Very detailed with lots of characters. The family tree certainly helped. The authors imagination and world building are epic in scope. They could make 100 tv shows out of this book alone. Excited to watch the new show next week.
I wasn‘t sure how I‘d feel about His Majesty‘s Dragon since I‘ve had mixed feelings about Novik‘s past books.
I really liked this though! My favorite part was the bonds between the dragons and their human Captains.
I‘m glad I found this used volume that has the first three books in it, and I‘ll continue with the series.
Good call voting in Naomi Novik #authoramonth readers! (The Scholomance series is still my fave though.)
Apparently, I need all the cozy fantasy books right now, because I will drop everything else to read them. This sweet story is full of diverse representation, with cute pint-size dragons that grow tea on their head. Need I say more? Classified as middle-grade but definitely for all ages.
Note: originally published under a different first name, the author changed their name to Kay about a year ago, but early editions will have their other name.