Review: Shadow Scale

Shadow Scale Shadow Scale by Rachel Hartman
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Seraphina, a part girl, part dragon, is reluctantly pulled into the politics in her world. When war breaks out between humans and dragons, she has to travel and find others like her to defeat the dragons. As she gathers her crew, she is pursued by humans who want to stop her. But there is also another terrifying being; another half dragon that can get into people’s minds and take them over. So far, she has kept her mind safe, but that means she’s also held back her gift. Does she cling to safety or embrace a new destiny?

As much as I LOVED Seraphina, the sequel was very long and difficult to get through. The story line was very repetitive and characters could have been more established. I wish the author would have put more focus on the dragon civil war and not so much of the traveling. Seraphina’s personality was slightly irritating and made it not so fun to read. The thing I did like though were the diverse characters.

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