Book Summary of Seraphina
The kingdom of Goredd is populated by humans and by dragons who fold themselves into a human form. Though they live alongside each other, the peace between them is uneasy.
But when a member of the royal family is murdered, and the crime appears to have been committed by a dragon the peace and treaty between both worlds is seriously threatened.
Into this comes Seraphina, a gifted musician who joins the royal court as the assistant to the court composer. She is soon drawn into the murder investigation and, as she uncovers hints of a sinister plot to destroy the peace in Goredd for good, finds herself caught desperately in the middle of the tension.
For Seraphina hides a secret - the secret behind her musical gift - and if she is found out, her life is in serious danger.
About the Author
Rachel Hartman is Canadian and this is her first YA novel. She is also the author of a mini- comic, Amy Unbound.
Details of Book: Seraphina (BSID:114717)
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What does it take to inspire someone to read a book?Is it enough to give a heartfelt plea to the book's worthiness?Maybe a meme? Or jazzhands? Will jazzhands convince you?I know, a meme about jazzhands! Admit it! This is pretty damn irresistible!Okay, well, if you're one of those strange people w...
Actual rating: 4.5 starsOh yes, Rachel Hartman. YES!This.was.good.I usually don't pick up many high fantasy novels. For example, I hate Lord of the Rings. Don't flame me! It's just that it's not usually a genre I mesh well with. In fact, I think aside from Seraphina I have read a grand total of t...
This is one of the most unique dragon books you'll ever read. (I read it twice, and it isn't even out yet!) You see, in Seraphina's world, dragons are able to take human shape--and messy, sloppy human emotions. Seraphina's father fell in love with a beautiful singer and musician, and married her,...
Rachel Hartmanâ??s Seraphina demonstrates that there is more yet to be done with dragons.Hartmanâ??s world building doesnâ??t go into excessive detail, but you still get a sense of a well-fleshed out world, like the foreign dance accorded politeness due to its long but still considered scandalous, the...
I loved Seraphina by Rachel Hartman. There is nothing original about the bookâ??s basic description: a coming-of-age novel about a teenaged girl with a dark secret, who feels like a monster, who IS a monster, who meets a man she is attracted to but canâ??t have, who lives in a world where two differe...
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