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This series is an absolute joy to read and I fell in love with it! You should definitely read them too! I read it with Elizabeth: http://bit.ly/23KWw4u and Chelsea: http://bit.ly/1SrCuco

My goodreads reviews:
A Natural History of Dragons: http://bit.ly/2a64SRu
The Tropic of Serpents: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1628579940
The Voyage of the Basilisk: http://bit.ly/29Shsj1
In The Labyrinth of Drakes: https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1670313014

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Call Me A Bookworm says:

Hi Kitty! Thank you for all of your fantastic videos. I have a question about this series; as I cannot find it in any of my local book stores I was thinking of buying it electronically. My question is, do these books have technical drawings of the dragons relevant to the story included in the books? Robin Hobb books have the country maps included in her Kindle additions for example, but they are right at the start of the book. As for books with drawings/pictures interspersed throughout the entire book…..I'm just thinking ahead, about whether or not they will show on the Kindle 🙂 But if there aren't any dragon pictures I don't need to fret about it. Thanking you in advance and Happy Reading!! 🙂

bluewingsprite says:

Love the feminism in this series

Yannie says:

If you enjoyed these books, pick up ""Stalking Jack the Ripper" and "Hunting for Prince Dracula"  It is similar but she wants to be a criminologist of the 18 hundreds and it was looked down upon.  The female character Audrey Rose Wadsworth is an amazing female.  I ordered these books last night after this review and I also hope I like them.  Trust me, try these books.  The author is Kerri Maniscolo.  It's a YA series by James Patterson Presents and I bought it because of him.  I love James Patterson as well. There are drawings in these books as well and a few realistic newspaper clippings on Jack the Ripper.  The ending will be like WOW!

Parmalinde says:

I have this books on my list a long time now. And: I need them! Didn't know that there are sketches in the books, and I allways love illustrations.

Winx & Ink says:

Loved this!! I am so beyond obsessed with this series and you are so right about Isabella. She has quickly become one of my absolute favorite characters. I would LOVE to see you do a cover chat on Lockwood's work, too! These covers and the art within the books really just take it to a whole other level of enjoyment ^____^

Elena Reads Books says:

I finally got around to picking the first one to so I'm really excited to read it even more now 👏👏👏😀

Bettie Turner says:

i ADORED the first two so much.. I have the 3rd but haven't read it yet. I also loved how it touched on elements of colonialism, social classes and gender roles. I mean she was so far up on her high horse in the first book and she really was like an English hoity toity. Then she softened and saw people as people – there is just so much to recommend this series. 🙂

Aimee Miles says:

Did you see the 5th cover was just released last week? All the lovelies!

Beck's Books says:

This is a series I've been wanting to read for a long time, so I'm glad to hear favorable things about it! I'll have to start it soon (once I've finished some of the other series I'm currently in the middle of lol!). The whole premise of this just sounds really amazing 🙂

theashoxford says:

I remember Books and Pieces raving about the first book in this series so I immediately went out and bought it. For whatever reason I still haven't gotten around to reading it. Your review seriously makes me want to go pick it up and start reading now! (But of course I'm already in the middle of a different book… #readerproblems)

Joseph Fernandez says:

I agree with most of what you said, but the small issue I have is you can make this a historical fiction by just replacing dragons with real life animals. Basically Isabella is a female Darwin and her story is very interesting but the focus really isn't on the dragons. I know it might sound a bit immature of me but I really did hope there was a bit more action and more focus on the dragons and a bit less focus on the political messages.

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