The Legend of Oescienne - The Finding (Book One)

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When the dragon Jaax receives word that a human infant has been found in the province of Oescienne, he doesn't believe it. Humans have been extinct for centuries, trapped by a terrible curse and left to live out their existence in the form of dragons. Jaax assumes responsibility for the baby girl only to discover that what he has been seeking for so many years has finally been found . . . More
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Words: 122,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465996237
About Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Jenna Elizabeth Johnson grew up and still resides on the Central Coast of California, the place that has become the inspiration for the setting for many of her books.

Miss Johnson has a degree in Art Practice with an emphasis in Celtic Studies from the University of California at Berkeley. She now draws much of her insight from the myths and legends of ancient Ireland to help set the theme for her books.

Besides writing and drawing, Miss Johnson enjoys reading, gardening, camping and hiking. In her free time she also practices the art of long sword combat and traditional archery.

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Review by: moira mills on Nov. 13, 2012 :
i thourly enjoyed this book.and want to read the second book very much so.i wish it was free as this one is.
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Review by: Jonel Thomas on June 30, 2012 :
I highly recommend this author and this book to anyone wanting to read something a little different. This book was like a breath of fresh air. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the first in this series and couldn't wait 'til I could get the second, which I am currently reading. (I am thoroughly enjoying the second one, too.)BUY THIS BOOK PEOPLE!!!!!!!
I,too, noticed the typos in the book. That happens to be a pet peeve of mine, but I honestly barely noticed. That is unheard of from me.
Love what I've read so far. Keep up the good work. I will be buying the rest of your books soon.
Thank you.
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Review by: Richard Adin on April 08, 2012 :
A basically well-written story that with intriguing characters. It would be a 5-star book except for some glaring misuse of language. For example. Jahrra is expecting Raax to bring the "anecdote" (read: "antidote") to a plague that has infected her foster father. There were a couple of gaffes like this. The problem with this type of gaffe is that it is not easy to quickly know what is meant, as is the case with gaffes like "you're" instead of "your".

I give the book 4.5 stars and have purchased the second volume.
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