Dragon and Phoenix

Dragon and Phoenix
Dragonlord #2
Joanne Bertin
Fantasy
4 Stars
DTB, 695

A fantastic story with openings of potential for many more books. Sadly, Bertin seems to have dropped off the literary radar. Oh well.

the dragons and true dragons find out about a dragon being held captive in a foreign land and set out to rescue him. In the process Maurynna is able to change and the DragonLords find yet another “hidden” DragonLord. I really enjoyed this novel. Depth and a very wide view of things kept my attention and separate plotlines never got tangled up. Well written. I just wish the 3rd book had been written [the back of this book, published in ’98 says the author is in the process of writing it. So if it hasn’t happened in 13 years, I doubt it will]

The Last Dragonlord

The Last Dragonlord
Dragonlord #1
Joanne Bertin
Fantasy
4 Stars
DTB, 471 Pages

a world where there are dragons, humans and a very few, rare DragonLords, humans who share a body with a dragonsoul and have great abilities. Follows the adventures of a dragonlord who finds his soultwin and is embroiled in the machinations of a kingdom in turmoil. Very well written, enjoyable and enough depth to make it feel meaty and satisfying.