The Legend of Oescienne - The Beginning (Book Two)

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Twelve years have passed since Jahrra arrived in Oescienne and became the responsibility of the old Korli dragon Hroombra; yet much can happen in twelve years. So far, Jahrra's life has been filled with adventure, danger, friendship and even loss. Despite what she has learned in school and what she has learned from life, she has no idea that she is, in fact, human . . . More
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About Jenna Elizabeth Johnson

Jenna Elizabeth Johnson is a best-selling, multi-award winning author of Fantasy and Young Adult Paranormal Romance. Jenna grew up and still resides on the Central Coast of California, a place she finds as magical and enchanting as the worlds she creates.

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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Stormswift reviewed on July 9, 2016

17 years have passed since Jahrra was found and she’s spent half her life as the ward of Hroombra, an elderly dragon (who wears specially made spectacles to read his many books (loved that imagery!)). Her friendship with the witch/hag of the swamp Denaeh is still a secret from Hroombra and Jaax.

Denaeh is aware of the girl’s destiny and tries to give her clues of this, by sending her into a creepy area where she meets dangerous mythical creatures.

The dragons on the other hand try to prepare her for her future by sending her for combat training with an elven couple and by teaching her Draggish, the language of the dragons.

Jahrra (still unaware that she is human) is content with her life and her friends despite the ongoing torment by the other children at school.
Unfortunately that contentment is destroyed by the death of someone she loves dearly. This prompts the need for her to flee with Phrym, her pet semequin (type of horse) and under the protection of Jaax despite her continued dislike of him.

Delightful fantasy adventure tale. I deducted 1 star due to the grammar errors that could be corrected with proofreading.
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