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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Fire Breath: The Golden Promise by Natalya V. D. Brock is a gorgeous treat for fans of epic fantasy and readers who enjoy mythical creatures as characters. This story gave me the same effect I had while reading Christopher Paolini’s The Inheritance Cycle. According to the Golden Promise, the four dragonets of peace that Acorn has been raising are the only hope of defeating the evil dragons, Mamba and Magenta. But things go horribly wrong when they are kidnapped from their treehouse and imprisoned in the dungeons of Secretscales Camp, under awful conditions. They are forced to free someone they thought was a friend and experience betrayal. Conflict escalates when Moonstone disappears. Can they live up to the hope of the promise when everything seem to be going wrong?
Natalya V. D. Brock takes young readers on a spellbinding adventure, taking them to exotic places and making them witnesses to dragon fire and the fiery conflict between good and evil. The characters are infused with human sentiments and they come across as great companions in the fight against evil. The sense of pathos is strong in this narrative and readers will become engrossed in the story right away, wanting to know what happens to Acorn and the dragonets. Fire Breath: The Golden Promise is well written, featuring strong plot points and an imaginative setting. The prose is elegant and the action pulsating. This is a novel with a strong appeal for young readers and fans of epic fantasy; it is balanced and filled with breathtaking action.