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Candace Christine Little has a B.A. from Dallas Christian College and a J.D. from Regent University School of Law, and she has completed a writing course offered by the Institute of Children’s Literature. She has written six novels. Four are part of one series: The Pursuit of a King (A Tale of Wisdom), The Heart of a King (A Tale of Faith), The Honor of a King (A Tale of Mercy), and The Son of a King (A Tale of Love). Two are part of another: Where Dragons Dwell and Whom Dragons Rule. Candace believes in the power of stories to nourish, to teach, and to inspire, and she is passionately committed to happy endings.
on Aug. 11, 2014 :
I was given a free copy of this book for a honest review. Dragons, Kingdoms, A Duke, A King, A Princess, loyals subjects and traitors who could ask for more in a Fantasy. I gave this book 5 *****.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)
on July 31, 2014 :
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** The book had been sent by the author/publisher for an honest review and by no means the review is biased/influenced**
STAR RATING: 3.5/5
DESCRIPTION IN ONE LINE: I would love to visit such this paradise with the magical flowers.
Title: Whom Dragons Rule makes a good title for the story because it certainly tell us that dragons rule at a place of significance for the protagonist and it justifies the story.
Title Rating: 4.5/5
Cover: It averted me from reading the book. Honestly the cover is a big let down because it doesn't attract the readers to its interesting contents. Something graphical and extremely colourful would have been more intriguing. The cover could have been one of the dragons or the Duke himself or even the mysterious lady trapped in the castle. The cover is the first thing that helps in forming an impression regarding the book and it certainly is disappointment.
Cover Rating: 2.5/5
Characters: DUKE: He is the protagonist and a level headed person right from the beginning who believes in proper measures than reckless decisions. He keeps his eyes and ears open and has certainly an able leader despite his past.
KING: He is so immersed with his theory of his family curse that he has forgotten to enjoy the beauties of life. He has proved himself a good ruler and never neglected his duties even in the times of distress. He love for the duke is genuine and brotherly.
PRINCESS: Derived by the duty towards her own kingdom she is charming, sensible, clever, caring and most important compassionate. I cannot find words enough to praise this lady.
OTHERS: Falnnor and countess form a pivotal role in the stories and have been formed efficiently pointing out their strenghts and secrets as the story proceeds.
Characters Rating: 4/5
(reviewed 7 days after purchase)