Clever, amusing, and inventive. Don’t read it last thing before bed because you won’t be able to stop. A considerable gallery of well-drawn characters. Verity is a splendid creation and very sound on dragons. And there are Ghost-Cats. What else could we want?’
Author of the Phryne Fisher detective novels (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries TV series) and The Spotted Dog in the Catherine Chapmam series
The Redundant Dragons is a book chock full of quirky characters, effervescent dialogue and wicked humor. The story rockets from one character to another without a misstep. But underlying the fun there’s a serious theme reflecting the best and worst in humanity (and dragonity) and a reminder of how easy it is to find oneself on the wrong side. Although this is the second in a series, I had no trouble following the plot. Now I MUST find the first, which I expect to enjoy just as much.
Author of the Guinevere series and the Catherine LeVenseur Mystery series
Scarborough’s Redundant Dragons is a wicked swirl of humor, fantasy and astute social commentary that moves along so fast you almost don’t notice how deep it goes.
Author of Bones, Sailing My Shoe to Timbuktu, and the novelization of Harry and the Hendersons
Elizabeth Ann Scarborough does it again with another fantastic light-hearted fantasy where dragons aren’t the villains, but likable heroes.
Pamela K. Kinney
Author of How the Vortex Changed my Life, Haunted Richmond and Haunted Virginia
Elizabeth Ann Scarborough’s new installment of the Songs from the Seashell Archives series slides through fantasy, literature, sci-fiction, and song as easily as one of her time-traveling characters slips through the ages. A reluctant queen, a pirate’s curse, and a thunder of delinquent dragons are only the beginning in this fanciful tale. Oh, and ghost cats. We mustn’t forget the ghost cats!
Author of The Crazy Cat Lady Cozy Mystery Series
Dragons, a bard, and witches, Oh yes! I made some new friends, and greeted some old ones. I even sang along with the bard. Elizabeth Ann Scarborough grabbed my attention with a Song of Sorcery and has kept it ever since.
I really couldn't put the book down. I had to know what was going to happen to the reluctant queen and her fanciful friends next!
J. M. Jennings aka Billie Maverick
Author of The Drenching