About the book:
Marc used to think he was pretty ordinary, but he also used to think
ice cream trucks didn’t sell ice cream and dragons were just fairy
tales. Now he knows better. With skin that can’t
be burned and strange powers he can’t explain, Marc soon discovers the
truth: he is part dragon. And as he joins his fellow dragonkyn, his
closest friends could quickly become his greatest enemies.
About the author:
Nathan Smith Jones graduated from the University of Utah with a
degree in English Literature. The fourth of eight children, he is the
author of the Children’s book, “The Boy Who Ate America,” and several
other novels and screenplays. He lives with his wife and five children
From Reidhead Randomness (guest post from my 14 year old daughter):
Dragonkyn was a neat book about a kid living in a trailer with his mom, in a run down town. He always wanted something big to happen, and it finally does! Soon, he'll go from fighting the boredom of his summer, to fighting bad guys for his life. The beginning of the book was a little confusing because it starts in a weird place. It was a pretty easy read, and it only took me a couple of days to finish it! It was well written and a great book! I enjoyed it. I am hoping there is a sequel, because there is still room to grow, and adventure to be had. EXPLORE THE VIBE!!!
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