Dragon Month

August was a month for mostly doing dragons.
The first one is Secrets of Ordinary Farm by Tad Williams, followed by the
marvellous Jasper Fforde’s Last Dragonslayer. The last one is from Cauldron
Spell by C.J.Busby, the sequel to Frogspell (which is released this month).
Dragons tend to cause me problems if they are the species that have arms,
legs and wings; I can never imagine how the anatomy would function. Yes, I
know they are mythological beings, but it would make my life easier if they
were forearm-less, in the manner of a pterodactyl or fruit bat.

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