A young dragon beset by childhood trauma and a disability, goes in
quest of his identity and happiness. Enduring severe hardships in
the search to find his roots, he ultimately discovers his
disability may be a key weapon against a terrifying antagonist.
?This is a lovely fantasy, reminiscent of ?Watership Down, ? with a
dash of the ?Ugly Duckling? thrown in. Magic, quests, the fight
between good and evil, they are all here, with dragons as the
protagonists, but with all too human emotions. ...A great read for
any age.? ~ Reviewed by Annette Gisby, author of ?Writing the
Dream.? ?[Dragon's Moon] is full of wondrous creatures and
adventures. As our little dragon is constantly being led by his
conscience, this is a wonderful tool for children as they learn to
recognize wrong from right. ...the land of Nistala will definitely
engage a child's imagination. This is a story that I recommend to
all children that love tales of fantasy.? ~ Reviewed by Chere
Gruver for Timeless-Tales Reviews.
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