Save the dragons, unite the races, no sweat.
I'm 19 and wish I had a clue about my future. Instead of my own bed, this morning I woke in the strange land of Lur Neval. My name is Scarlett, but the Nevalese call me Dragon Mage. Seems it's my job to preserve the all-important dragons and oh, while I'm here, bring peace to the warring clans. Piece of cake if I can outwit Madoc, the manipulative, evil seer who wants every dragon destroyed. Whatever it takes, I'm here to fulfill my destiny under the light of the Dragon Moon.
Find out why the dragon mage is so important to the people of Lur Neval by reading Dragon Moon, an exciting teen and young adult novel by Julie Nicholls.
Dragon Moon is one of the best YA novels I have read. It has action, suspense, romance, comedy all rolled into one beautifully written package. The main character Scarlett is funny and snarky yet caring and lovable. This book grabs you from page one and does not let you go. I became completely invested in the story and the people and although the story is complete there is room for a sequel and I would love to see that happen. The Audiobook is beautifully narrated by the lovely voice of Amanda Friday. I could listen to her read all day. I am very picky when it comes to Audiobooks - most are to slow or monotone for me to enjoy, I find my mind drifting, but not with Amanda Friday reading Dragon Moon. I savored every moment and listened intently not wanting to miss a single moment.