Menu

Liz Wride profile

Place of birth:
Now living:

3 favourite authors

3 favourite books

3 favourite films

Liz Wride's 6 reviews

The Sorcerer's Glen by Lucinda Hare (The Dragonsdome Chronicles)

Fans of Hare’s previous books in The Dragonsdome Chronicles will be delighted with The Sorcerer’s Glen. It bares all the trademarks of classic Hare – brave female characters, hilarious side-kicks and Hare’s characteristic wit (What’s a vegetarian and how do you cook them?). There is one big difference with this book...

10.0/10

Read our full review

Stealth Dragon Services by Lucinda Hare (The Dragonsdome Chronicles)

Frying pans at the ready - Quenelda and Root are back! Stealth Dragon Services, the fourth novel in Lucinda Hare's Dragonsdome Chronicles opens with a handy glossary of 'who's who' - so you'll be up to speed if this book is your first of the series. If you’re an avid fan – it’ll all sound very familiar!...

9.0/10

Read our full review

Dragon Lords Rising by Lucinda Hare (The Dragonsdome Chronicles)

A wave of panic washed over Quenelda as they failed to spy the mainland before darkness fell; freezing her to the marrow more than any sea wave could do. What had she been thinking of, hauling her friends and Storm out over the freezing ocean? What made her think that she could do the impossible? Find her father when the SDS had failed to&hellip...

9.0/10

Read our full review

Flight to Dragon Isle by Lucinda Hare (The Dragonsdome Chronicles)

Like a dragon, Lucinda Hare’s second novel has some fire in its belly. In Flight to Dragon Isle, the heat has been turned up: more action, more adventure.If you’ve read the first book, The Dragon Whisperer, then the return of Quenelda and Root will be like revisiting old friends (if you haven’t read it, then go and read ...

9.0/10

Read our full review

Monster Republic by Ben Horton

Ben Horton’s debut novel Monster Republic isn’t like other books.  Monster Republic isn’t a book you sit down and read... Monster Republic is a book you sit down and watch.The story follows popular, sporty, teen Cameron Reilly on a school trip to a nuclear power plant... that comes to an explosive end.  He wake...

9.1/10

Read our full review

The Dragon Whisperer by Lucinda Hare (The Dragonsdome Chronicles)

Reading Lucinda Hare’s debut novel The Dragon Whisperer is like riding a dragon. You have to hold on tight during the twist and turns, take time to stop and enjoy the breathtaking view (in the form of David Wyatt’s wonderful illustrations), prepare yourself for the sudden lows, enjoy the soaring heights and make sure you’re not...

9.0/10

Read our full review