Flight of the Dragon Kyn

Flight of the Dragon Kyn This is a story about Kara and dragons When she was four she came down with vermillion fever Her parents thinking there was no cure left her in a cave to die A month later she walked back into her

  • Title: Flight of the Dragon Kyn
  • Author: Susan Fletcher
  • ISBN: 9781416997139
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is a story about Kara and dragons When she was four, she came down with vermillion fever Her parents, thinking there was no cure, left her in a cave to die A month later she walked back into her parents home as healthy as if she had never been sick It is said that a mother dragon lived in that cave, and she nursed young Kara back to life Now, eleven years later,This is a story about Kara and dragons When she was four, she came down with vermillion fever Her parents, thinking there was no cure, left her in a cave to die A month later she walked back into her parents home as healthy as if she had never been sick It is said that a mother dragon lived in that cave, and she nursed young Kara back to life Now, eleven years later, the only reminder of Kara s illness is a small scar on her cheek Of her contact with the dragon, there is Her eyes, which once were blue, are now green And she can call down birds, which many believe is a sign that she can also call down dragons, for the two are distant cousins.Only Kara has her doubts How can a beast as huge and terrifying as a dragon be related to a sweet, gentle bird But could this explain why the king has sent for her Does he think she has power over dragons For Kara, the answer to this question means life or death not only for her, but for all the dragons, also.

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    1. This is the second in Susan Fletcher's series about dragons and draclings, but is actually the PREQUEL to the first book. It tells the story of Kara, who has green eyes and can mind-speak with birds and dragons alike. She too struggles to save dragons from the cruelness of humans, who are bent on destroying these magnificent creatures who have a right to live. A wonderful, exciting book!

    2. This book depressed the hell out of me as a kid. I couldn't really enjoy it because I couldn't like the main character, Kara. She's hired by a cruel king to use her ability to mentally summon birds in order to summon a dragon so he can kill it. I can't remember whether he forcibly summoned her, but when she stands before him at court she decides to pretend she doesn't have the gift. At least one person guffaws at her mocking her supposed gift, which causes others to doubt her, which gives her an [...]

    3. Since I was only lukewarm about the first book, I was a little hesitant to read this one, but I had it right in front of me and I had the time in front of me as well, so I just dove in. So glad I did! This book was not only better written by an order of magnitude, it was also more my cup of tea.In the first book, Kara the dragon-sayer is introduced as a sort of figure of legend. I think she was only mentioned/discussed by people who were friendly to the dragons, so she was always depicted as a p [...]

    4. This one was better than the first one. It's a prequel sequel, but this one focused on the previous dragon girl. Kara is a very special dragon girl, she can command birds. My favorite part about this short book was the learning of falconry. It's not a subject that comes up regularly in other books so I actually got to learn something new by reading this one. Four out of five stars to The Flight of the Dragon Kyn.

    5. 2.5 starsOh man, I didn't realise how much I didn't want to read about Kara's story until I started reading this instalment. Uggggh.It felt like this took so long to read.

    6. After reading the first books, I had really high hopes for this sequel/prequel. Ms. Fletcher did not let me down! I was enthralled. This book held my attention even more than Dragon's Milk. Susan Fletcher strings her tale so masterfully! I was so happy that Ms. Fletcher was once more able to create such a strong heroine that is so relatable. I loved Kara! She is strong in her own way and continues to make her own path throughout the book. Kara can summon birds, so King Orrik assumes that she can [...]

    7. While clearly intended for a YA audience, there is something very non-YA about this books and the others in the series. I hesitate to say adult, because I equate adult books with "harshness". I can't seem to think of any adult books that don't deal with harshness of life or don't take a harsh look at its characters or human nature in general.True to a large majority of YA books, this one doesn't take a harsh approach to life or the characters. But at the same time, it doesn't hesitate to be dark [...]

    8. I found this book to be much stronger than the book it is a "prequel" to, Dragon's Milk, whether because it was written later or because it is just a more interesting story, I'm not sure. Whichever it is, the prose and the dialog are not quite as cringe-worthy, and the plot and characters are slightly more well-developed. Kara, the heroine, is a stronger character and individual, and plays much better as protagonist. She was flawed but as least occasionally exhibited some backbone and stood up f [...]

    9. Although the synopsis of this book says that Kara, our main character, was left in a cave to die, that is not what happened. The child was already dead, at least according to the primitive tests of her people, and she was buried in a cave. However, there hangs a tale. She hears dragons, and in this story is a hot commodity, as the king wants to use her to call the dragons so he can murder them all. Woven around the story of the dragons is a court intrigue, with 3 siblings vying for power, and ot [...]

    10. This is the second book of the Dragon Chronicles, following the story of Kara, the first Dragon-sayer. Kara's story begins when she is recruited by the King of the Krag's to help clear the land of dragons. The story is well written and entertaining like the tale of Kara's future Granddaughter Kaeldra, and Fletcher added a few little tid-bits that a careful reader could pick out to hint toward Kaeldra's own story. Once again, the love plot is predictable (but I will refrain from writing details i [...]

    11. Books that are back-story, or prequels, are some of the most interesting things to read in my view. You read the first book in a series and it mentions a character in passing, and you are always left wondering, who is that person and what did they do? Well, this is Kara's story. She is Kaeldra's great great great ( I think that's all the greats) grandmother and she can also speak to dragons and birds. This book was just as enthralling as the first in the series. Kara was a strong heroine, yet sh [...]

    12. I'm not sure whether I enjoyed this more than book one or about the same. I mean, I love birds a lot too ("My friend Angie likes birds" is a popular quote among my friends), AND there's dragons? What's not to love? Yet I feel there were many opportunities to turn it into something more. Perhaps the character development could have been explored more. Oh, by the way, this is the story of Kara, who is mentioned in "Dragon's Milk" as the green-eyed girl raised by a dragon who was able to safely lea [...]

    13. "… to see the wide world in a dewdrop’s gleam, or a glimpse of the morrow in a wisp of steam."Even though this is the second book in the series, it is actually a prequel to the first book, "Dragon's Milk." I Love when I fall in love with a book, and then can read more about that world and more about the history of characters or of legends (liker Robin McKinley's "The Blue Sword" and "Hero's Crown"), it makes everything seem more real.Fletcher has once again created a strong heroine who stand [...]

    14. This book follows Dragon's Milk which started it all. My son adored this book series (still does). Many years ago he began selling this book during the Author weekends in our mall. He has never forgotten this book, Dragon's Milk, nor Susan.Needless to say, this book has always been one of my "go to" books for readers whom are not "series" minded. Once they begin their quest with Dragon's Milk, they always want the journey to continue. Luckily, Susan has written more sequels and we are always awa [...]

    15. I love dragons so when I went to the library I found this book with the 1 and 3 book. I picked them up after I got them from the library and could not put them done! I like how the first book they are talking about the main character(I forgot the name)! It is sad when the dragon died that raised her on dragons milk because she had something like scarlet fever and she could die from it! I hate that the people used her to kill dragons! She can speak to all birds and dragons! A really cool talent! [...]

    16. I picked this book up because it satisfied the requirements for a book challenge I am participating in (needed a book with a main character who shared my name). I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked it. The premise is very interesting and I was really drawn into the world the author created. I especially loved the scenes set in the dragon's cave. This book is a prequel to a later series set subsequent to the events in this book and I will definitely give that series a try based on how m [...]

    17. This book was somewhat confusing, as it is number 2 in the series, but really reads as more of a pre-history to book number 1. Both would have benefited from less confusion if this one went firstAlthough the story was good, the fact that it came out of order threw me off, and had me constantly comparing to book number 1, so I was never able to fully get into it. Interesting take on the dragon story, but not as well fleshed out as I would like, pretty 1 dimensional. If I check out book 3, at this [...]

    18. I enjoyed this sequel much more than the first book in the series! I thought that Kara was a more interesting character and the world she inhabited seemed a bit more filled out, plus the writing seemed to have improved slightly from the previous volume. Getting to know more about the events that set everything in book 1 in motion made this an enjoyable story in and of itself as well as a helpful companion to Dragon's Milk.

    19. Read this in junior high. A quick read, but set in an interesting universe where green-eyed women--in this book, Kara--are able to speak with birds and dragons. This is the first book in the storyline even though it was published later, and I found it easier to start with this one than the "first" in the trilogy. Good for a younger audience.

    20. The first book introduced a world with a lot of history that is mentioned in bits and pieces. This book goes back and tells that story. Which I didn't know I wanted until I started. Now I really hope the next one is in between, or after the first one actually this world is interesting and I'll read them all.

    21. Love, love, love!I read this book when I was a young teenager and remembered it fondly. Reading it again as an adult was very rewarding. Kara's story is good for boys and girls of all ages. It is a clean and exciting adventure! I find it awfully romantic too. Beautifully and brilliantly written, Susan Fletcher's dragon series will always have a special place in my heart.

    22. Oh. My. Gosh. I have been looking for this book for a million years (serious, like, ten). I couldn't recall the title or the author; I just knew there were dragons and i loved it. I could never find the rest of the series or even another copy of this book. I can't believe I found it!!

    23. It took me a lil while to figure out the time and how it was related to the first book since it'd been a while, but it's the original dragon speakers tale. Sadder than the first, but maybe that's just me reading into it too much.

    24. I read Sign of the Dove many years ago and loved it, and finally read this book. It was good, but not as good as I remember Sign of the Dove being (of course I'm a lot older now). I intend to read the first book soon.

    25. I really liked this book as much as the first one. I was pulled into this story and enjoyed it! Great book!!!!!

    26. I really wanted to like this book more than I did. Some of the wording could have been improved to make for a better reading experience for the target group.

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