Thursday, January 24, 2013

The Chronicles of the Dragon Sisters by Peter Quatrine

Twin sisters Eva and Jane have grown apart since their mother's disappearance.  Eva knows Mom is dead; Jane believe she's still alive.  Eva knows their mother would not have deserted them; therefore, she must be dead.

The author offered me a copy of his ebook to read and review (thank you).  This ebook is on Amazon and you can grab a copy now.

The girls and their father are moving to a new home and trying to make a new start.  The outside of the home looks awful, but it's kept up quite well inside.  There are dragon statues guarding the front door and dragon decorations all through the house.  

The thing that catches Jane's attention (and mine) is that there is a huge library in the house.  It becomes her favorite room as soon as she sees it.  Eva would rather play video games so Jane can hang out in the library all she wants.  That's all fine until they discover a secret passage way that changes their lives forever.

This is a fantasy with all sorts of creatures hanging about.  Most of them are invisible to others, but the twins can see them.  They can also be hurt by them.  If you take a walk with the twins in the story, you'll meet a talking tree, a spider that can turn half human, dragons, the Fae-ree Queen, and more.  You'll watch the girls begin to trust each other again.  And you'll be looking forward to the next book in the series to see if they are successful in their quest to save their mother...

You can see Peter's artwork and get more information on this series at Peter's Blog

Happy reading.   

3 comments:

Peter Quatrine said...

Well this is a nice surprise to see. Did you enjoy the book? I do hope so :) If you have any thought, I'd love to hear them.

Jo Ann Hakola said...

If I don't enjoy them, I don't read and review them, Peter. I enjoy fantasy stories with magic and dragons and this was a fun read for me.

Peter Quatrine said...

Good to know :)