ARC provided by publisher via NetGalley for an honest review.
Oh, this was the CUTEST BOOK EVER. Sometimes you just have to review with a .gif so here’s one that captures how I felt while reading:
I basically didn’t know what to expect from this, but after seeing some of the art from the book, I had to read it!
I love dragons. And tea. So baby dragons AND tea just…
As if the art and the dragons weren’t enough, it also comes with a heartwarming story. At its core O’Neill writes about two arts that are no longer appreciated by society – blacksmithing and caring for tea dragons. In our fast paced world I appreciated O’Neill touching on the beauty of old practices, even when they both require a lot of hard work and waiting.
This was also a tale of friendship and family, of adventures long gone, but present days being filled with good memories. I also loved the diverse cast and different species and I can’t wait to read more about them.
This book made me so happy! The artwork was stunning and the book was absolutely delightful. I don’t care how old you are, you need to read this.