Dragonblood Ring

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Lana Torres and her friends have been in hiding ever since the end of Blazewrath Games, which also marked the end of Lana’s dreams of becoming a star athlete. Being trapped is making Lana antsy, and it doesn’t help that reports of dragon kidnappings are popping up all over the news. A mission with her friend Victoria reveals the truth: one of the most powerful witches anyone has ever seen is forcing dragons to fight to the death in an illegal tournament known as the Dragonblood Ring, and she wants their dragons next. As they try to stay one step ahead, can Lana and her team manage to save the dragons from their foe?

I really liked this book’s unique spin on dragons and their lore, as well as the Puerto Rican representation. Lana’s and Victoria’s independent struggles and mental health journeys were well done, although I do feel that the side characters could have done with a bit more fleshing out. It felt a bit hard for me to connect with them. Overall, I was a fan of the Blazewrath world, and I think that this sequel was a worthy conclusion to the story!

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Author Amparo Ortiz
Star Count 4/5
Format Hard
Page Count 320 pages
Publisher Page Street Kids
Publish Date 12-Oct-2021
ISBN 9781645673163
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Issue January 2022
Category Tweens