Icefire (The Last Dragon Chronicles) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-10-22 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 134 user ratings

" I liked this book because the setting was good.I would give this book to anyone who likes dragons.I liked the characters too. " said.

" I liked this one. I enjoyed that the storyline seemed to be developing faster in this one and explained more behind the power of the dragons. Interested to see what the next one brings. " said.

" This was much better than the first one! We learnt about the irigins of dragons, met polar bears and Zanna, there was an evil sibyl to be defeated, and even more of Henry Bacon! " said.

" Won't be continuing this series. The main character is too immature. " said.

" I adored this sequel to 'The Fire Within'. This book has a funny way of surprising you with completely unexpected plot twists… I am looking forward to beginning the next book in the series. " said.

" Much better than the first! Thank goodness! And the story was actually about dragons! And some polar bears, a hedgehog, and a cat... but that was okay, because as I said before, there were dragons! Itty-bitty dragons, but still, dragons! I am still a bit confused on the polar bear/dragon/ice tear/tooth of Ragnar/ sibyl background story but hopefully that'll become clearer in book 3. " said.

"You read the first book of this series (The Fire Within) and you're like, "Aww, that's so cute! TheyMre protecting wildlife and dragons are real!" And then you mov in to the next book, wondering what'll really happen and then BAM you are hit with icy legends, romance, possible death, AND JUST EVERYTHGIN SO INTENSE OMG!!!

Also, as a cautionary note and (sorry) a huge spoiler, the series goes into the Inuit legends and sort of creates a religious myth of its own. Made me very slightly uncomfortable, but that may just be me. And anyway, the whole series is still AWESOME!
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"over 432 pages; I read only 108 pages. and cannot add this to my elementary collection. It has a storyline with a college student named David Rain who is involved with a girlfriend he is considering moving in with. Later a girl from his college department aggressively pursues him - grabs him by the neck and kisses him. This is just not appropriate subject matter and age appropriate characters for elementary kids. The first book in the series was weird but ok. This one is NOT! Definitely NOT recommended for ES. Why do the publishers say ages 8-12? It is not EVEN in that ballpark! Seriously!" said.

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