Sixty years ago dragons had come out of hiding and made their presence known but a treaty was formed to avoid conflict that sent the dragons back into hiding. Now Kay Wyatt knows that she is breaking the law by rock climbing near the border of where the dragon land begins but when she has an accident and is saved by a young dragon the two become friends not thinking they are hurting anyone.
Voices of Dragons had an interesting idea behind it but in the end I’m not really a fan of the direction the story took. In the story there isn’t much information given about what had happened in the past that made humans so afraid of the dragons so I was rather scratching my head at the fear shown towards them and the need for the original treaty that the book is based upon.
The interactions between Kay and Artegal are rather cute which of course the animal lover in me gets a bit jealous. Heck I’m thinking let’s all get pet dragons, think of the home security aspect alone…who would break in with you own amazing dragon there? But instead we end up with a testosterone fueled possible outbreak of war which really didn’t have any reason behind it.
All of that aside, I was also not overly impressed at how this story ended. It’s rather abrupt and a reader left with imagining what may or may not happen from that point. In the end I’d just say this one really wasn’t my cup of tea unfortunately.