Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In Hartman's splendid prose debut, humans and dragons—who can take human form but not human feeling—have lived in uneasy peace for 40 years.The dragons could destroy the humans, but they are too fascinated by them. As musician Seraphina describes it, attempting to educate the princess, humans are like cockroaches to dragons, but interesting. As the anniversary of the treaty approaches, things ... Read full review

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LibraryThing Review

User Review  - alexis909 - LibraryThing

Liked the premise, and thought it was engaging at first, but it soon lost my interest. I love dragons, but the characters did not connect with me as I had hoped. Also there was too much info-dumping ... Read full review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - lyrrael - LibraryThing

I really don't know why, but I just could not get into this story. It didn't speak to me, or whatever, but for whatever reason, it wasn't compelling enough for me to finish after a hundred pages or so. So, I've given it up in favor of more interesting fare. Your mileage may vary. :) Read full review

Review: Seraphina (Seraphina #1)

User Review  - Archer - Goodreads

Holy shit. This is honestly a first for me… Oh, hi by the way. I'm actually left speechless by the force of the ending of this book, yes I know it's the start of my review but I have just finished it ... Read full review

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