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Review | A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan

Title: A Natural History of Dragons (2013) (The Memoirs of Lady Trent, Book One)
Author: Marie Brennan
Read: 23rd – 26th August 2017
Genre: fantasy; historical fiction; adventure… 1,257 more words


Tough Traveling: Dragons

Back in 2014, the idea for Tough Traveling started with Nathan of Fantasy Review Barn who came up with the excellent idea of making a new list each week based on the most common tropes in fantasy, as seen in (and inspired by)  1,331 more words

Tough Traveling

Book Review: Within the Sanctuary of Wings

4 Stars

I feel kind of sad saying goodbye to Lady Trent… I’ve grown quite fond of her. She was a kick-ass woman who refused to accept the sexism of her time and worked relentlessly to pursue her passion and fight for her rights. 207 more words

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A Natural History of Dragons - Marie Brennan

A Memoir by Lady Trent

Set in a Victorian-esque world where dragons live freely in the wild, this book is the first in a five part series that act as memoirs of Lady Trent (Isabella). 529 more words

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Review: Voyage of the Basilisk

Voyage of the Basilisk is the third book in the Lady Trent Memoirs.  It’s a five part series of books about a female anthropologist who studies dragons in the Victorian Age.  540 more words


The Tropic of Serpents: Marie Brennan


A Memoir by Lady Trent: Book II

The irrepressible naturalist and explorer Isabella Camhurst is back for a new adventure. This time she and her fellow researcher Thomas Wilker are planning to set off for the exotic continent of Eriga, funded by their ever-generous patron Lord Hilford, in order to research the draconic fauna of the country of Bayembe. 945 more words


Review of Midnight Never Come by Marie Brennan

Rating: 3/5

Recommend: Maybe


I think this might be the lowest rating I’ve ever given a Marie Brennan book. Which makes me kind of sad, although even with the lower rating I did highly enjoy this book! 200 more words