A Natural History of Dragons
How to describe this book ... It's a (fictional) memoir, of a proper young gentlemwoman with a distinctly improper fascination with science. Specifically: dragons. Thankfully, in a purely accidental (and somewhat mortifying, in terms of being a proper young lady in Society) manner, this fascination resulted in her finding the perfect husband. Not only did he share her interest in the mysterious dragons, but he encouraged her research. Which is how they both ended up joining a dragon search party into the wilds. One part Victorianesque novel, one part tongue-in-cheek memoir, one part natural history text, A Natural History of Dragons is all parts delight.
|Labratory, by Todd Lockwood|
Book provided by publisher for review.
And now, I was able to do an interview with Marie, which I am happy to share with you!
|Sparkling, by Todd Lockwood|
Thanks for indulging the somewhat random nature of my questions, Marie!
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