posts on 3/22/2005 2:04:13 AM
Dragon's Bait was absolutely lovely, but do you actually agreethat it is for ages 9-12? I personally feel that this book has such a.. high levelled sort of bit to it that it requires for 13 to older in the very least.
I loved the character development so much, and the fact that it was a bit of a brainer with so many plots going on at once, and the slight philosphy-ish sort of thing with the selling of the souls to the witch is a great added bonus. All I can say is that this book isn't for idiots. It's for big thinkers.
Also, the ending sort of ends in the manner of hinting for a sequel, maybe? .. while I do hope there would be one, I feel that the way it is now without any sequel is really awesome as well. It seems as if it was left there on purpose, to leave readers thinking.. I love that.
I look forward to reading your other novels and finding them just as good.
posts on 3/6/2005 3:49:41 PM
vivian is great author. READ HER BOOKS!!!
posts on 2/20/2005 4:28:39 PM
HAs anyone ever read Companions of the Night? That was the best book out of all of them, I think!
posts on 1/1/2005 1:49:51 PM
I couldn't compliment Dragon's Bait enough if I tryed and I hope Vivian makes a sequal soon! All who've read and liked this should also read Vivian Vande Velde's "Heir Apparent" Another great book by the same awsome author.
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