The Dragon of Trelian–A Wing of Dragons

Today is Day 3 of the blog tour for The Dragon of Trelian by Michelle Knudsen, a book I thoroughly enjoyed.

My husband is not an aficionado of fantasy literature. He’s fond of saying, “How do you write a book about a dragon, anyway? Is it like, ‘There was this dragon?’” My poor impoverished dear.

Anyway, I love books with dragons. Here are some links to a few other dragon-featuring books I’ve reviewed. For even more, check out the dragons tag.

George RR Martin’s Dreamsongs Volume 1 features The Ice Dragon, one of his best short stories.

Naomi Novik’s His Majesty’s Dragon kicks off a fantastic series about dragons fighting the Napoleonic Wars

Perilous Seas is the third book in Dave Duncan’s A Man of His Word, wherein dragons make a brief appearance

My favorite dragons of all time are found in Robin Hobb’s Six Duchies set of three trilogies, beginning with Assassin’s Apprentice. I read these before I started this blog, so unfortunately I have no review.

Please take a moment to check out the other bloggers on the tour for The Dragon of Trelian. I’m so happy I got to participate!

A Christian Worldview of Fiction, Abby the Librarian, All About Children’s Books, Becky’s Book Reviews, Cafe of Dreams, Dolce Bellezza, Homeschool Book Buzz, KidzBookBuzz.com, Novel Teen, Reading is My Superpower, Reading to Know, Small World Reads, The 160 Acrewoods, Through a Child’s Eyes, Through the Looking Glass Reviews

6 thoughts on “The Dragon of Trelian–A Wing of Dragons”

  1. Hi! I wanted to let you know that I’ve started a mini-challenge for this summer. Summer Studies asks participants to choose one gospel to study over the summer. I hope you can join in. And if you do, I’d love for you to spread the word among your friends. :)

  2. I also liked Dragonson – I think this one, and The White Dragon, are about the most fun of the Pern books.

    VMR Theory, a silly space opera spoofs the Pern dragons with bioengineered drunk bats. (That color isn’t purple, it is blue. There are no purple dragons.)

    I also like Bazil Broketail, start of battledragon series by Christopher Rowley.

    Then there is the schlocky Enchanted Forest Chronicles series by Patricia C. Wrede, starting with Dealing with Dragons – lots of fun!

    And Kit, the dragonlet in Tamora Pierce’s Realm of the Gods and some later novels. I love Pierce’s books.

    Sharon Lee and Steve Miller’s Crystal Soldier write about dragons that inform the Liaden Universe books by implication – as the founding of the Tree-and-Dragon clan. Great writing! (my favorites are Conflict of Honors and Balance of Trade).

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