Dragon Fire by Pedro L. Alvarez #bookreview #fantasy

Dragon Fire by Pedro L. Alvarez

At nineteen, Delcan wants nothing more than to break the bonds of what the world expects of him; winning the tournament at the Flarian Festival and earning a place as a squire is the only way he knows how. When he discovers his own father’s secret past and his role in the kingdom’s history, Delcan’s life as a squire suddenly becomes complicated; when he falls in love with the princess, Aria, it turns deadly.
Dragon Fire is the story of a farmer’s son and a princess who dreamed of becoming a knight. It is a coming-of-age tale set in a world where the young have no hope and the old no longer believe in magic. With compelling characters and vivid language, it is an action-packed story of romance, hope, sacrifice, and the most unlikely of heroes.
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My review:

I haven’t read a true fantasy novel in a couple of years so when I got the chance to review one I jumped at it. Dragon Fire is a truly a good story. The author is a definite word smith and can create a picture in your head very vividly. It has the making of a true adventure story. A wizard, a simple farm boy and a rebellious princess find themselves smack-dab in the  center of a old prophecy. Boy(Declan) wants more from his life- to win a contest and become a squire, girl(Aria) wants to be seen as more than just a girl and the wizard (Galyan) who determined that the boy fulfill his destiny. Throw in secret pasts, power hungry knights and a little romance (between Declan and Aria) and you will be hooked. I finished the book in a day and a half, mostly in one sitting. I couldn’t put it down. For a first time novelist Pedro did a fantastic job and I will definitely be reading anything else he writes!

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