Dragon-Ridden

Dragon-Ridden

Title:Dragon-Ridden
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:317 pages

Tate leads a life full of secrets. Having an incredibly life-like dragon tattoo that moves when nobody is looking and no memory of her life prior to eight months ago can make things difficult. When a momentary impulse leads Tate to return an ancient hairpin to its rightful owner, it sparks a chain of events that soon affects every aspect of Tate’s life. Now with several people convinced that she holds the key to unimaginable power, Tate’s about to learn how a single action can have unintended consequences.

With no allies to watch her back, Tate’s going to have to move fast if she wants to survive in the city of Aurelia, where friends are often enemies in disguise and appearances are deceiving. She’ll find that monsters walk the labyrinth beneath Aurelia’s streets where the secrets to Tate’s past rest. Unlocking her hidden memories might just be the only thing keeping Tate alive and preventing the coming war.

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    Dragon-Ridden Reviews

  • Mara

    I have no idea what rating this book deserves. It has some fantastic points, plot, at leadt part of the world builing, but at the same time it left me strongly disappointed. The book started with a ba...

  • Celestine

    After reading the very excellent Broken Lands series by T.A. White, I embarked on the Dragon Ridden Chronicles. The writing is absorbing, and the sidekicks are plentiful. I see some similarities in th...

  • Julia

    This book has an unusually high rating for the crap it pulled. First of all, when the main character has amnesia, a key expectation is that we learn about what they have forgotten, or their past life....

  • Kelly

    3 stars I've only recently discovered this author, Dragon-Ridden being the 5th book of hers I've read in the last 2 weeks. I didn't mind the story, but when I compare it to her other books it is a 3 s...

  • E Varady

    An ok readI read both this book and Pathfinder's Way and found them interesting. The world is nicely complex and not so standard for fantasy series. I rate this one a two out of five, even though I li...

  • Mello ? Illium ?Harry? ?Myrnin? Torin Ichimaru

    So InterestingI originally read this two years ago and loved it. Tate is fun, but she sure knows how to make a mess. I love her, though and there are things I've guessed about her past, but there's st...

  • Lily

    This was a disappointing start in comparison with the other T.A. White books I’ve read. The heroine’s actions baffled me more and more as the book progressed and her reactions to certain events ma...

  • Emily

    Dragon Ridden is an entertaining, imaginative, well-written book with a fantastically feisty female lead. White created a unique world that combines fantasy, religion and culture with enough detail to...

  • Carlotta

    Not good like Pathfinder's Way (The Broken Lands #1)...

  • Jennifer

    I’m not sure if I’m going to continue with this series. The writing isn't always the easiest to follow. Sometimes I would read a sentence with pronouns in it and have no idea what they referred to...