Cinder despises humans. That’s not uncommon among dragons.
But someone is killing the dragons. Why? How? Cinder doesn’t know, and she saw her parents slain.
Now Cinder, the wizard Tig, his apprentice Alex, along with willing and unwilling allies, must find a way
to save dragon-kind.
And Cinder has to become a human girl to do it.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Set in a time when dragons still thrived and magic was alive in the world, Cinder tells the story of a battle to preserve dragon-kind from extinction at the hands of enchanted death speakers. Told from several points of view, Cinder gives the reader the perspectives of a young dragon-turned-human girl, an aging wizard, a middle-aged merchant woman, and an up-and-coming wizard's apprentice-turned-hero. Filled with action, magic, and heart, this is an adventure readers will remember long after finishing the book. The three-dimensional characters and rich plot will keep you engaged from page one on. Best of all, there are plenty of avenues the author might consider for a sequel! Highly recommended.
I could NOT put this book down once I picked it up. It is very well written by a very talented author who I suspect and hope will become a very sucessful author. Cinder is a book that you are drawn into immediately. I found myself drawn to a lot of the characters and would be suprised and delighted when the plot took its turns. There is humor interlaced with some of the more serious parts and found myself laughing out loud in some spots. But I do believe that I loved the farting dog the most! Trust me, take a chance with this one, you WON'T regret it!
I love this book could not put it down