Another Turn, and the deadly silver Threads began falling again. So the bold dragonriders took to the air once more and their magnificent flying dragons swirled and swooped, belching flames that destroyed the shimmering strands before they reached the ground. But F'lar knew he had to find it before the rebellious Oldtimers could breed any more dissent... before his brother F'nor would be foolhardy enough to launch another suicide mission... and before those dratted fire-lizards could stir up any more trouble!
Social science-fiction at its best, Dragonquest continues the story of Dragonflight into a new era. The focus of this book is on social dynamics, making it a bit less of an adventure story than the first one. New creatures and people help keep up the interest level, but whilst I liked it (personally) I preferred its predecessor.Action Reader's Action: Consider (any) tensions in your home, work or school situation. What could you do to improve them? Put your ideas into action.
Question: Have you ever been jealous of someone else? What did you (or they) do to resolve the situation?
This book is part of a bookcrossing spiral.