Dragon Princess #2020

Dragon Princess By Jason P. Crawford Dragon Princess To the commonfolk of Aetheria the monarchy are the stuff of legends descendants of the Uniter To the lesser nobles they stand as bastions of courage and political skill deftly balancing the concer
  • Title: Dragon Princess
  • Author: Jason P. Crawford
  • ISBN: 9781943212019
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dragon Princess By Jason P. Crawford
    Dragon Princess By Jason P. Crawford To the commonfolk of Aetheria, the monarchy are the stuff of legends, descendants of the Uniter To the lesser nobles, they stand as bastions of courage and political skill, deftly balancing the concerns of the people and the country High Princess Amalia strives to live up to both expectations, forging herself into a Queen that her nation will one day be proud of A hardTo the commonfolk of Aetheria, the monarchy are the stuff of legends, descendants of the Uniter To the lesser nobles, they stand as bastions of courage and political skill, deftly balancing the concerns of the people and the country High Princess Amalia strives to live up to both expectations, forging herself into a Queen that her nation will one day be proud of A hard task for any young woman, but for one blinded at birth, nearly impossible Approaching her seventeenth year, and finding her worth under scrutiny from all corners, Amalia learns a devastating truth dragons, the fabled foes of her ancestors, have returned To defend her people and her kingdom, every last one must be destroyed but her convictions are shaken when she discovers that they are not the unthinking beasts of her nation s collective nightmares, but intelligent creatures much like herself Amalia must uncover the secrets hidden in the shadows if she is to avert a war that could end in the deaths of her family and her people But some truths may be better left buried
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    About “Jason P. Crawford

    • Jason P. Crawford

      Jason Patrick Crawford is a 33 year old high school science teacher and father of three children who came into writing at the urging of his family He discovered a primal joy in the act of creation that he had never experienced before He has also learned of the amazing community of authors he has joined and is proud to be counted among their ranks Jason s first published work, Chains of Prophecy, is available in most e book formats He had the idea for this novel several years ago when he was getting his teaching credential, but had no idea at the time how to make it work His inspiration for his writing practices is the great Stephen King his memoir On Writing was an amazing resource and really helped jump start Jason s work If you would like to speak to Jason, you can e mail him at jasonpatrickcrawford gmail or message him on Twitter at jnewmanwriting He will be glad to answer as soon as he can

    979 thoughts on “Dragon Princess

    • This book was very challenging and a lot of fun for me to write It features a blind protagonist, and a 3rd person limited point of view I made it my personal mission to express myself in her other senses, and I think it turned out well I d love to hear what your opinion on that is


    • Dragon princess is a sweet story that any fan of classic fantasy would like.The challenge of having a blind protagonist dragged me in, and I was into it to the point that I wanted my eyes back to see the world she lives in You have a realistic description of what she feels, hears You get to know each character They are not caricatural and you actually feel for them.The end is not only a twist but a high quality drama I couldn t put the book down I m curious to read how it turns out in book 2.I a [...]


    • Despite some print things that were a distraction, I liked this book The author did a good job of telling a story about a blind girl and letting readers see things from her perspective The story moved along well and took a couple of turns before getting to an unexpected, for me, finish Without giving much away I will say that the ending fit even though I didn t see things working out quite the way they did.


    • I was initially intrigued by the idea of a blind protagonist and by the courage it would take a seeing man to write from a young blind girl s perspective Not only did the insights stretch my mind and widen my understanding of living with a difficulty I will most likely never encounter, somehow, Amalia was still made very relatable.There were just enough hints and clues to keep you trying to predict what would happen next without becoming too predictable There were a few unexpected twists in the [...]


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