Dragonlands, Books 1 - 3
By Megg Jensen
- Release Date: 2014-12-16
- Genre: Epic
Dragonlands, Books 1 - 3 Megg Jensen Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Dragon lands series
I was so immersed in these books and even dreamed of them. Love, love, love. I was saddened when it ended.
I’ve just read the 1st book and I already love it. I definitely recommend this book to anybody! ❤️
It's a good read even if sometimes confusing ... good story overall
Not Worth the Money
More of a love story than an adventure. Not what I was looking for.
I love you this book
I love this books a lot
By El G MA
I truly enjoyed most of this series, but the ending was bitter. Bastion dies, Connor has lost his family, and Tressa is trapped as guardian of Dragonland, after she has lost everyone she cares about. Jarrett became evil, Elinor was evil, Granna was a manipulator. I was hoping for some happiness somewhere. But I was disappointed.
Dragonlands books 1-3 by: Megg Jensen
Excellent concept for dragon readers all around the world with this extraordinaire series especially if you love a book you wish would never end. Getting ready to get my hot popcorn and begin book #3 after working a long day as an RN. No better way to escape from a day of saving real lives and then getting cozy with a cast of characters to put me in a different dimension where I can be entertained by healers and begin to return to a wonderful mystical kingdom. KSW
Dragonlands by Megg Jensen
Superbly written. The story is exciting and the reader is compelled to keep reading to the end.
Fast-paced dragon war fantasy
It's fun and an easy read and the situations and plots aren't predictable but I found it a little annoying when characters I was rooting for (and there are some fun characters) either summarily turned evil, got killed, or suddenly became victim to their hormones and did really stupid things. I felt that each book's main plot was resolved but I'm not so fond of the soft-sell cliff hangers at the ends.