Ravin Shreckspawn is a very important entity with a passion for poetry. And Paul Welsh, pub poet, has to provide it. The only trouble is, when Ravin gets bored of poetry, he has a tendency to eat the poet. And Paul isn't quite sure how long he can rhyme.
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Foiling the Dragon based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
This story started off well, a man snatched from our world into a medieval counterpart where magic works, knights are just a little thick, and not only do dragons exist, but he wants to be entertained. It was certainly different from my usual choices and quite funny in parts.However, I feel, as I got into the second half that the pov started to waver. It wasn't the switches that came with a scene change, but the dips from one to another -within- a scene during the last third of the book do start to grate. In some sections I had to re-read to figure out what just happened.But the dragon was a hoot and spoke a little like yoda. The story may be from Paul's pov, but it's worth reading for the dragon scenes alone.