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But the Queen refuses to take heed and Kendra and her allies are left to try to retrieve the Harp of Ages which might give them a chance against the dragons. In order to retrieve the Harp though they must approach the Dragon Temple in the midst of the Perennial Storm and face off with three deadly guardians. Ultimately, Seth's and Kendra's quests come together, but can they trust each other? And even if they manage to work together, what hope do they really have when the dragons swarm Titan Valley looking for revenge for years of slavery at the hands of the giants?

Full of fascinating twists and turns and action-packed scenes, Champion of the Titan Games does not disappoint. For those who've enjoyed Brandon Mull's other works, this book is a must read. flag 3 likes · Like · see review. Sep 12, Trisha rated it it was amazing. Seth and Kendra are doing all they can to get the favor of the giant queen to help them with the dragons, that are sure to attack the Titan Valley as it is the most demeaning place for dragons to live. The giants treat the dragons as slaves there, even Kendra and Seth don't much care for that treatment.

But can they convince the giant queen to help them or even any giants, this is the mission they have ever been on, but can they finish it. I love these books they are so filled with action and su Seth and Kendra are doing all they can to get the favor of the giant queen to help them with the dragons, that are sure to attack the Titan Valley as it is the most demeaning place for dragons to live. I love these books they are so filled with action and suspense that I just can not put the books down.

I really love the series all the way back to the Fablehaven part. I really hope Brandon Mull keeps writing about this world because I really need to know how everyone comes out of this. Feb 15, Christine Woods rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult , fantasy , audiobooks. Mull is brilliant! He has managed to catch the younger - older generations in the heart pounding fantasy of Fablehaven once again. So many new characters with so many twist and turns. Some are young, some are old, some tiny and some large.

All are important! So much has been risked and sacrificed to try and keep the dragons from dominating but they continue to advance. Jan 12, Heath rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites. Not my favorite book in this series like many have announced, but I do really like this book and I am a big fan of Brandon Mull. I have read all of his books, YA and above, and have enjoyed them all very much. I am always excited for what he will do next. Jan 10, Vicki rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-books , sci-fi-fantasy.

Nov 10, Liam Turley rated it it was amazing. Around the halfway point through this book, it hit me that this seriesnot just the five-book Dragonwatch series, but the entire Fablehaven seriesis almost finished. The Dragonwatch series has covered such little time I think from the beginning of Book 1 to the end of Book 4, it's been about three weeks, give or take and each book holds a fast-paced adventure where our characters are always on the run, as opposed to the original Fablehaven series, where the characters are assigned mission Around the halfway point through this book, it hit me that this seriesnot just the five-book Dragonwatch series, but the entire Fablehaven seriesis almost finished.

The Dragonwatch series has covered such little time I think from the beginning of Book 1 to the end of Book 4, it's been about three weeks, give or take and each book holds a fast-paced adventure where our characters are always on the run, as opposed to the original Fablehaven series, where the characters are assigned missions or venture to explore the magical world, but ultimately have this safe preserve to fall back on as their base.

In this book, there is hardly any safety or down time. The stakes are real, and the issue of the dragon war is developing swiftly. Despite waiting a year in between each book and having time to think about each one, I hadn't comprehended the series was nearly done due to how swiftly each book has been narrated.

At first I didn't love the fast-paced nature of the series, and I still think there should be some time to breathe in between books, but I've realized that regardless of the short span of time it's covered, a lot has happened and our characters have developed significantly since the beginning of the series. I think this is the best book in the Dragonwatch series, and places near the very top of the entire Fablehaven saga.

I said this about the last two books as well, which makes me pleased the books are getting better and more complex as the series goes on. It's clear from the length of the books the stories are getting more complicated and there are more tasks that need completed.

So much needs to be done in this book, and many times it feels impossible considering what little time Kendra and Seth have to complete everything, but the successes and goals they achieve never feel cheap or too easy.

The standout portion of this book for me was the world of Titan Valley. I found it so fascinating how this dragon preserve is run by giants and how oppressed these creatures are, especially considering how dominant and overpowering the dragons have been in the past three books.

It definitely raises a moral issue: should the dragons be oppressed and treated like slaves? The examples of the giants' cruelty suggests they shouldn't be, but when the dragons are finally released during the heart-pounding climax beginning with the chapter titled, 'Second Storm' , it's evident the dragons hold a collective, fiery anger that can cause great destruction.

The answer to the dragon's freedom is not blatantly offered to the reader; I like how there is room for discussion and analysis regarding the catalyst for the series' conflict. Anyways, I think Titan Valley is an intriguing and enjoyable preserve to visit, and the world-building Brandon Mull performs is thorough and impressive as always. I like how Seth's portion of the story deals with Humburgh and the human-sized, community portion of the preserve filled with magical creatures of all kind, whereas Kendra and her arc deals with the royalty of Titan Valley with the queen, the sky giants, and the dragon servants.

This preserve is fleshed out superbly, and it's a place I'd want to see return in the one book we have left. Once the characters get started on their journeys and their crews are organized, I didn't want to put down the book. After mysteries are uncovered and the greater picture is shown, Kendra and Seth chase after the same artifact for different purposes.

Kendra wants the Harp of Ages to win the dragon war and put to sleep the dragons, and Seth needs the Unforgiving Blade to destroy the Harp and win the Games, leading to the Wizenstone which could help win the dragon war and Seth's memories. Both Kendra and Seth are characters you are rooting for, which makes for such a fascinating journey when their end goals collide drastically. Ultimately, their paths are tied together and it works in a way where they can use the Harp momentarily before Seth destroys it to meet with Humbuggle and win the Games.

I'll admit, I preferred slightly Seth would succeed in his mission a tad more than Kendra; I think we all were desperate to see Seth reunited with his memories and win Humbuggle's crazy Games. Which leads me to my favorite part of the book, hands down. At the end of book two, Wrath of the Dragon King, Kendra and Seth found themselves at Stormguard Castle in Wyrmroost attempting to find the Wizenstone. They encountered a number of trials, tests and abstract challenges presented before them.

It included a trio of historic brothers, three coins that could turn anything into its material, and an elusive demon dwarf named Humbuggle. I remember reading these last pages, completely gripped with the mystery and frantic nature of the situation, especially when Celebrant and Ronodin are involved in the contest.

It was the most intrigued I'd felt in Dragonwatch so far, and there was so much mystery and secrecy behind the contest that made me crave for the details behind the thrilling ending. Well, all is revealed in Book 4. Humbuggle become one the most fascinating and haunting characters involved in the past two books, especially because he was spoken with such reverence and timid respect. I absolutely love how Seth is chosen as a potential champion for Humbuggle's Games, but he never participates in the traditional gladiator-style games.

I love how his main goal throughout the last two books are to find his memories and confront Humbuggle, and the conclusion to this arc is masterful, thrilling and surprisingly poignant.

When Seth destroys the Wizenstone, Humbuggle is so shocked he removes the layer of secrecy and subtle dominance he's been known to possess since his introduction. He is portrayed as vulnerable and tired.

I love this perspective of such a seemingly omnipotent character, and I relished the details Seth described of his liver spots, the creases surrounding his face, and the graying of his beard. It was a fantastic conclusion to such a compelling storyline, and 'Treasury' is definitely one of the best chapters in the whole series.

Not only does Seth destroy the Wizenstone and win the Games, he recieves his memories out of Humbuggle's gratitude. I love how the book makes an emphasis to describe what a weight it is to be reunited with your memories and past experiences, first shown by the combination of Reggie and Merek, then again when Seth remembers his identity. I certainly didn't expect Seth to feel so harrowed by his memories, but I'm grateful this monumental and gratifying event wasn't brushed over quickly.

It provides another layer of conflict to Seth's character, even after accomplishing the goal he's wanted for so long. The depth Brandon Mull goes to to establish historical background to the Fablehaven universe is so enjoyable and creates for a more thorough and cohesive fantasy world. I especially enjoyed the 'Legend of the Dragon Slayer,' written effectively in a tall tale kind of manner.

At first, I thought it would be a distracting detour from the story, but I found myself so engrossed in this fable that seems insignificant at the time, but its events and characters will certainly become a central theme and component in the final book.

I additionally loved the background of the Wizenstone, the Ethergem, the Void and the Source, discussed by Isadore, Basirus, Seth and Merek. I loved how Isadore mentioned how the Source and the Void is where most magical creature originate from, which was a wonderful inclusion, because up until this point, there was no definitive answer for that question. The Fablehaven world has been expanded monumentally since the very first book, and I love how it sets up the final book with involvement of the magical world's past.

This book has fantastic pacing and engaging storytelling, narrating by Brandon Mull's descriptive immersive language. I love the variety and freshness in creatures, magical capabilities, locations and myths. The creativity in this series has not dwindled for a moment. It had me on the edge of my seat the whole time, and I felt in awe with Brandon Mull's vision for the series, how every scene and every word on each page fits into a bigger picture, tying in with a grand and epic collection of storylines.

The series has never felt so confident and brilliant than it has in the final chapter, when Seth receives a visit from the very wraith he traveled with in the first chapter he appears in during this sequel series. I had completely forgotten about the Singing Sisters, and I was ecstatic to see their return at such a stupidly inconvenient time.

However, when the wraith describes to Seth what favor the Sisters would like him to perform, every arc and every detail this book offers gloriously comes together to illustrate one, final task for Seth and our heroes to tackle in the final installment. I don't know why the Singing Sisters want the shards of the Ethergem, but it will certainly be either the saving grace for our heroes in book five, or the downfall of humanity if it gets into the wrong hands.

I know Brandon Mull won't disappoint, and I cannot wait for book five. Rating: 4. Also Hermo's dialogue drove me insane. But everything elsegenuine perfection. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. Oct 19, Shaun Stevenson rated it really liked it. Brandon Mull is the author I read no matter what. As soon as the book is announced, it goes on my wish list. And then, I eagerly count down the days until I can have the book in my hands to devour in usually a day or two.

The Dragonwatch series is no exception. I've been excited about each one of these returns to the world of Fablehaven , and I will definitely be anticipating the next installment. However, I must say, this latest book in the series, Champion of the Titan Games, felt more like the Brandon Mull is the author I read no matter what.

However, I must say, this latest book in the series, Champion of the Titan Games, felt more like the first half of a final book than a book all on its own. Granted, there is no way to read this series and enjoy it without having read the previous entries, but this one felt as though it was a lot of set up for the final book. Kendra and Seth are still scouring the magical world, trying desperately to find something that will allow them to secure it from the dragons who are so eager to devour it.

From page one, the heroes are off on a quest that will leave them in the worst places, facing their worst fears, and wondering if there is ever going to be a sunrise on the hope they need. All the typical Brandon Mull action is here, as well as many surprises, which I will definitely not spoil here.

Mull's always at his best when characters are deciphering the history of Fablehaven, and there are plenty of scenes for readers to gobble up backstory and information that will certainly spur the conflict on into book five. While Kendra doesn't get as much "screentime" in this book, there is plenty for her to do. However, Seth is the one who is on a journey here, and I must say, the path he is walking leads to some great questions and no easy answers. As far as character goes, Seth gets the most time out of all the characters to develop further into one of the most complicated heroes in recent fantasy fiction.

My one gripe, if I have to have one, surrounds a somewhat awkward situation in the book about slavery. In light of the conversations taking place in the United States of America regarding racism, this aspect of slavery was never really explored well, and by the way things turn out, it almost leaves the reader in a somewhat awkward space, trying to figure out the ramifications of what has been presented and what has not been presented in the story world.

Frankly, there is simply so much going on between multiple threads of the plot that this particular thread feels a little thin. Parents should definitely plan to have a conversation with their kids about slavery afterwards.

All said, Champion of the Titan Games took the story of Dragonwatch to some unexpected places, but by now, I should have expected Brandon Mull to leave me gasping by the last pages. If you want to read this series, I definitely recommend going back and starting with the first book in the first series if you have not read them yet. Feb 09, Nic rated it really liked it. Really a 3. It was a great book. I just feel like there is so much that the author tries to pack into the book, that there isn't really room for him to do justice to all the stories in just one more book.

Fits the pattern of Mull series though. Jun 12, Danny rated it really liked it Shelves: 1-listened. Really enjoyed this one! I loved the adventure, had the most feels yet for Vanessa, and was legit surprised at certain plot points.

For sure left me wanting more! I really enjoy Seth without his memories and the titan games were fun to experience with him.

Sep 27, Lori rated it it was amazing. Mull did not disappoint with this one! I read it in a day and loved every word of it. Now to impatiently wait book 5! Nov 22, Sheila rated it really liked it Shelves: books-i-own , books-for-teens , middle-grade , fantasy. Dragonwatch: Champion of the Titan Games Book 4 picks up right where book three ended. This installment in the Dragonwatch series revolves a lot around the character of Seth and his journey to retrieve his memories. Overall Seth has the greatest transformation in his journey to find his true self.

Kendra is back again with her fairy-gift Dragonwatch: Champion of the Titan Games Book 4 picks up right where book three ended. Kendra is back again with her fairy-gifts that help in her quest to help the giants. They need to maintain the hold of the last standing sanctuary against the horde of Dragons led by Celebrant. I only wish that there had been more about Bracken in this book. This was especially true in the last quarter of the book. I loved everything that took place in the Dragon Temple.

The next book will be the fifth and last book in the series. Jan 21, Heidi rated it liked it. This is a tough review for me. I've been waiting for Seth's story this whole time and WOW it did not disappoint. Seth is AMAZING and I can't wait for more. That ending happened too soon or too early and I can't figure out which. Kendra is really bugging me. She seems to be sidelined in favor of having her younger more innocent cousin who has come into her wide-eyed innocent role to save the day cuz childhood.

Knox is fun, but seems flat in his character development as the one who makes jokes or This is a tough review for me. Knox is fun, but seems flat in his character development as the one who makes jokes or something? Lots going on with all these characters and we spend a lot longer developing the scariness and upping the stakes than we do actually dealing with problems, and oh, they are aplenty. Which is kinda fun, but expected.

A few things happened to make the stakes rise higher than any other book. I'm being purposefully vague. I had some super favorite parts here, around the Titan Games and the introduction of Henmo and Virgil. I love them. And I love the world of the giants and the legend of the Legendaries, and I love the different dragons and their powers. So yes. Pacing was off between the books, half of this one could've been in the other one and then the one that hasn't been written yet should be in my hands to read it, but whatever.

I'll just be bitter until the next book, which I can't wait to read. Nov 01, Barb Middleton rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy. I enjoyed the character, the Diviner, but could not get into this book. The Rumplestiltskin character was interesting and the end had a nice twist.

The characters arcs were weak and the plot tried to do too much glancing over the Fairy Realm and having too many conveniences happen that rescued characters in tight spots.

Kendra is out-of-character when she accuses another man of attacking her. She is usually the moral one that doesn't make huge mistakes. That was a poorly crafted scene and luckil I enjoyed the character, the Diviner, but could not get into this book. That was a poorly crafted scene and luckily brief.

I was also uncomfortable with the stereotyped Hermit troll with broken English. The characters needed more fleshing out and perhaps less of them. I thought the author tried to do too much and the development suffered. It sets up for the last book in the series. Dec 23, Jenna rated it it was amazing. This is probably my favorite book in the Dragonwatch series so far. I have read every single Brandon Mull book and know the finale will probably win me over even more. There is a fantastic twist to the story.

Highly recommended. Report abuse. Holy cow this is brilliant. This is the book that had us all waiting with bated breath.

Citrine has finally found Robbie with help from the Oracle however he has had to be collared like the first awakened dragons. Robbie has been betrothed from birth nearly to a male who is nothing more than a bully however before he can do anything Citrine Alpha Challenges him.

Can Citrine win since he collared? Will he and Robbie finally get their HEA find out in this book. Lots going on in this book. Wolves and dragon, powerful mix, bullying tactics, and a sore loser and lots of sensual loving between a hot Dragon and a beautiful she wolf.

The Oracle appearing which is not always good, so can't wait for the next series if the preview of the water dragons hold true to the superb quality of the different Dragon series written by this author so far. I loved this book and couldn’t put it down,the author has a way of drawing you in so you need to know what happens next, he has a great writing rhythm.

More please I don't mind the loss of sleep,realy. I love the way the characters are drawn with flaws as well as strength. I like that the women are strong and independent and what's not to love about drop-dead gorgeous males who are protective and faithful. Eagerly awaiting more. Report an issue. Does this item contain inappropriate content? Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? Does this item contain quality or formatting issues?

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Let me start this off by saying I really wanted to like this book. It sounded like it could be a fun, light and humorous romance with a paranormal twist of course I based this off of reading the back and first few pages in the library.

In reality it was simply okay, I guess. I didn't love it, in fact I didn't like most of it but I didn't absolutely hate it either, so that's…something. How to Date a Dragon is misleading as a title since the two main characters don't really do much "dating" go Let me start this off by saying I really wanted to like this book.

How to Date a Dragon is misleading as a title since the two main characters don't really do much "dating" go out to places, getting to know you kinds of things with the exception of the first date. And BAM - in love with each other. The writing itself isn't that awful but I found it a bit choppy and unfocused as if the author couldn't decide what to focus on more. It just felt like the author was trying too hard and the book suffered.

And there is a general lack of description and setting that this book should've had some of. The Story: There was not enough romance for a romance novel.

It started off okay and just went downhill from there. I mean with the whole Bliss worried about her competition, where she'll live, what she'll do and then Drake and hotness and sexy time I swear sometimes this girl had just sex on the mind. Let's not forget the other stuff -the oh no, Danger! Crazy chick, Gods and Goddess, Crazy Chick Danger, Delusional Dragons, Fires, Oh look another insane chick who is not the aforementioned crazy chick , Kidnapping, Escape, Crazy Chick strikes again, Drake in trouble with boss, Oh look Bliss' "insane" family, Crazy chick - again, Powers that be smite the crazy chick, Happy happy, the end.

That about sums it up. I probably missed somethings, possibly mixed things up but with all that going on there wasn't a lot of time for the romance part to bloom. I am and I read it.

I don't need everything to make sense, honest. But I need something. Some kind of acceptable explanation on some things. This book just asked me to suspend disbelief too many times without any build up whatsoever. What do I mean by this? Take Bliss who just astounded me and not in a good way on so many levels I'll get back to her later.

That same all-powerful Gaia who for some reason couldn't freaking stop the villain all throughout the book yet "punishes" her at the end how I have no idea but she's "all-powerful" right? And of course no one is going to notice the dragon spreading fires in Boston. I mean, because that's just not obvious when it's clear she would've had to fly to spread so many fires, and when she kidnapped Bliss. And the "protection" at the Bar…yeah, not feeling it.

That was just pathetic - they were alerted and the villain still got in and did her damage. I'm not sure who the editor was but they missed something on Page - "Her hair dark fell forward…" It was small but kind of hard to miss, and did nothing to improve my feelings toward the book. Some of the dialogue and text was just odd and jarring for me Just keep reading, you'll see what I mean. This book also had a hard time showing instead of telling.

Like the fact Bliss is "snarky". Yes, I got it first few times, but mostly what I got was whiny and you've got to be kidding me. And again didn't get to see them fall in love, in fact I still don't know how they fell in love.

And don't get me started on that unfulfilling ending. Just no. The Characters: The 'heroine" is Bliss Russo and she is one of the most TSTL heroines i've seen in a while. If there was anyone with no sense of self-preservation, or common sense it's this girl. Girl , not woman because she acts like a girl despite being 27 years old. An immature, ungrateful girl who should be so lucky to have anyplace to go. I have to go back to Winthrop and live with my annoying parents for who knows how long…" And a girl who should be so lucky to have a great friend like Claudia who finds her a place to live and a job it's unfortunate Claudia pretty much disappears from the story after serving her purpose - some best friend of Bliss' right?

Of course she also has a wonderful new beau - Drake Cameron whom she irrationally gets mad at for meeting the Crazy Chick date once, before they hooked up. And of course she is great in emergency situations. First fire - wants to go back into a burning building and get her laptop, then wants the fireman Drake to go back in for it.

How about when she thinks Drake is having an allergic reaction to the two percocet she gave him after he got beat up? He's snoring. I'm afraid for him Angie. No, Really. Or how about when she sees the bank on fire near the bar after being told about the threat to her life and to stay in the bar , it's a natural reaction to worry about her Greeting Card copies on the CD she put in a safety deposit box at that bank nevermind she has the original at the bar she just left and to run out towards the burning bank not telling anyone what's going on or where she's going.

And into the villain. And it's always a good idea to be sassy to a fire-breathing female dragon who thinks you stole her "mate". I mean because everyone could be so lucky to also have God's on their side well, sort of and be "saved" while in the potty, yes because that's what she said, first it was toilet then it was potty; "There's nothing quite so embarrassing as being caught on the potty.

Okay, I could just keep going on and on about Bliss but that would take up the entire review. Point is she was immature, lacking in common sense, stubborn not always a bad thing but she has to have things her way, and a little ugh.

On the other hand she is honest and straight-forward and brave or stupid, kinda the same thing sometimes she doesn't faint or cry or get hysterical…well - not as much as some of the other crazy chicks in this novel. So there is that. Drake is just not what I expected from a Dragon. He's a bit of a doormat, nothing about him really screams Alpha male but that's okay, I don't always need or want that. He's a genuinely "nice guy" who is understanding, willing to compromise and by that I mean give Bliss whatever the hell she wants if he can , and is also willing to talk and be honest which is a plus.

On the other hand he gets beat up by girl dragons and spends time screaming "Taxi" when faced with her, in his defense she is an insane, creepy dragon who can breathe fire and is immortal, and he had a reason for doing this. He's not the most impressive, powerful dragon.

That's okay because he makes great boyfriend material. If only we got to see more of the romance I probably could've appreciated him more. I liked Hephaestus Vulcan. I liked Sadie and Anthony. I didn't like just about everyone else. And I have to ask what is with all the temper-tanturm throwing females in this book? There is Bliss, Gaia, Zina and Ruxandra. One temper-tantrum throwing female is enough, four is overkill. Zina is just a crazy, sociopathic nut.

She makes no sense. She comes up with harebrained schemes some of which actually succeed - somewhat. And is apparently "untouchable" to Gaia.

Gaia , or Mother Nature the omnipotent entity that created all. Who can't stop a single dragon or even slow her down for the matter and was curtailed from fulfilling her will by a voodoo priestess , one of her "creations". It just doesn't make sense. She does all these things to Zina after Vulcan brings her to Gaia.

Blink and you'll miss it - apparently the punishment happens without us seeing so I felt cheated. Couldn't you have beat her up a little or something? Taken away her immortality like Gaia did to Drake's family? And more importantly, why didn't she do it before?! And is that It? Why would you even give her a chance to reproduce?

What happened to eliminating all dragons? Ruxandra - I don't even know why she was here. I mean seriously - crazy-can't-take-a-hint-ex-girlfriend just pops up for no apparent reason kind of like the Gods. As for the other characters - most of them just popped in and popped right back out, like Ruxandra. Overall: I didn't like it. I tried. I can't recommend it. The story, the characters, the neat little unfulfilling ending - no, No, NO. Maybe someone else will like it. It wasn't for me - it hit too many of the wrong buttons for me to enjoy it.

There were a few brief moments I enjoyed but mostly I didn't. flag 2 likes · Like · see review. Jul 05, Sanna Rauhala rated it it was ok Shelves: , kirjakerho.

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I chose one with a supernatural vibe to make it more interesting. I know I should read these light-heartedly, but Alas, I cannot. That being said: WHY DID I DO THIS TO MYSELF. Why introduce a big bad if the big bad has really no relevance whatsoever? Why did the book have about twenty different endings?

Why are people so into greeting cards that crowds actually gather to gasp and watch in awe as some price is being dealt? How can a girl who doesn't back up her work and is scared of big bad hackers be called "tech savvy", not to mention spoilers "muse of the internet"? Why is the writing so bad? I gave this two stars because during the first fifty pages I actually laughed out loud because of how silly the writing was.

It kept me entertained for half an hour, until it was just Excuse me while I now depart for my book club meeting to share some of the most mind-boggling quotes and my pain. flag 1 like · Like · see review. Dec 02, Salamanderinspace rated it did not like it.

DNF on page I was tempted to read to the end to see if the villain ever gets redeemed but I have a bad feeling the author is just playing her as straight evil even though she's the most awesome, relatable character. I just couldn't read further.

This ticks every box on the trashy romance checklist. A straight-laced man who desperately wants to have kids. A lady protagonist who is passionate about her greeting card business omg. Subtle notes of fat-shaming. Unsubtle notes of racism. Male DNF on page Male lead is slightly stalkery.

Several characters are low-grade sexist. The female lead is vapid, and when she rarely does assert herself, she immediately says something like "aw shucks, I'm being bossy again! If you're looking for a good dragon romance, try Dragon's Bait by Vivian Vande Velde. Give Date a Dragon a pass. Nov 26, Harley Andrade rated it liked it Shelves: mass-markets-own , own. Liked the book hated the ending. Great love story horrible ending idk how else to put that the ending sucked Jan 24, Morgan rated it did not like it.

I've never been so bored reading in my whole entire life, but I have to read this fucking book since I stupidly bought the damn thing. Here's the thing: I've wrote somewhat like this before, so I can't judge too harshly at this author.

The writing makes sense, but there's that feeling you get when someone is trying so hard to impress and cram every little pizzazz into a contemporary romance. I get it. It's hard to make the perfect romance. Let alone a paranormal one. If you're jumping over the pl I've never been so bored reading in my whole entire life, but I have to read this fucking book since I stupidly bought the damn thing. If you're jumping over the place with multiple sub-genres i. suspense, chick-lit, humor, erotic , it begins to lack in every category.

The humor fell flat, the sex fell flat, and you can blink and the suspense disappears in a ball of smoke ha, dragon puns. Sometimes sticking with two genres helps and then you can write naturally where the reader will analytically catch more to the writing whether it was the author's intention or not. I don't hate Bliss, but I couldn't really connect with her. I felt no sympathy, malice, or irritation with the character.

That's hard for a reader to keep moving forward with a story when you have no emotional twinge or curiosity towards the people in the story. I just only felt boredom with her. However, she wasn't the only character that made me yawn. I suppose book covers do sell, but Drake did nothing to make his male main role anywhere spicy. For a dragon who's supposed to be hotter than curry, it felt like I was tasting vanilla ice cream with the guy. For once, I'm grateful he's not some alpha prick, but I wished he was a little stronger.

And I'm not talking about lugging around heavy furniture kind of strength. There needs to be more of a dangerous appeal. Even if he can get his ass kicked by a girl, that would show that even strong men can get hurt and there's that idea for readers don't have to worry about gender imbalance. Which leads us to the antagonist. What a dull creature she was! Zina is more confusing than threatening to me. It's fine if the villain is psychologically imbalanced, but using a fake accent on the first date doesn't help lure the man in.

Of course, she does create damage, but it doesn't help her in the very least on gaining a dragon mate.

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Who will win the battle between Dragons and Giants? As the war with the dragons intensifies, all eyes are turning to Titan Valley for help. A dragon sanctuary unlike any of the others, this one is home to enslaved dragons ruled by the powerful Giant Queen, one of the five monarchs of the magical world.

In addition, it houses the arena for the Titan Games, a series of gladia Who will win the battle between Dragons and Giants? Seth is seeking for his memories. Kendra is seeking for Seth. And everyone is seeking to stop the dragons from taking over the world—everyone but Ronodin, the dark unicorn, who has his own devious agenda. In the monstrous battle between giants and dragons, who wins? In the race to retrieve a magical talisman that could help win the war, can Kendra trust Seth?

Will they find the answers they desperately need in a realm of trolls and titans? Or are more betrayals imminent? Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Dragonwatch 4. Other Editions 6. All Editions. Friend Reviews.

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This question contains spoilers view spoiler [ok so i dont get this: is dante and humbuggle the same person?

hide spoiler ]. like one year ago Add your answer. Emily Yes. Humbuggle is never actually seen around the games because he is disguising himself as other "people" There was a mention that Humbuggle is nearly …more Yes.

Humbuggle is never actually seen around the games because he is disguising himself as other "people" There was a mention that Humbuggle is nearly sighted at his own home. Because he is out scouting the possible winners to his games while in disguise.

Dante isn't a person he was impersonating as. Dante is Humbuggle in disguise. The fourth book was amazing. It was probably the best book you've written so far in the two series.

can you tell us when the next book is out and what it will be called? like one year ago See all 3 answers. Booksrgood it comes out on october 5 and its called return of the dragon slayer. See all 4 questions about Champion of the Titan Games…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews.

Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Champion of the Titan Games Dragonwatch, 4. Feb 03, Prabhjot Kaur rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , middle-grade , children , ya. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Seth has escaped from the underking and Ronodin and all he wants to do is get his memories back. He travels to just outside of the Titan Valley to get to Humburgh and he hopes that he encounters Humbuggle there and retrieve his memories.

He is joined by Hermo and he already has Calvin. Hermo proves to be quite the companion in finding things and directions. Seth comes across a presence and only he can hear the presence and names the presence, Reggie. Seth, Calvin, Hermo and Reggie make their way Seth has escaped from the underking and Ronodin and all he wants to do is get his memories back.

Seth, Calvin, Hermo and Reggie make their way to the heart of Humburgh and the arena where the games are being held. Kendra, Warren, Tanu, Vanessa, Knox, Tess, Newel and Doren are given refuge at the Titan Valley by the Giant queen. Kendra tries to let the Giant queen know how big the threat is with the Dragon war but the Giant queen doesn't listen to her.

Dragons are treated like slaves at the Titan Valley and Kendra and her friends are appalled by this behavior. Some Dragons are also in human avatar and have sworn loyalty to the Giant queen.

Kendra also meets Ronodin at the Titan Valley but Ronodin is there under false pretenses as can be expected. They also find a Giant who is willing to listen to them and sends them on a mission to retrieve waystar to help with the war against the Dragons. Seth meets another Satyr called Virgil who is willing to help him with the games and Seth finds out that winning the Titan games is the way to win the wizenstone but winning the games isn't as easy as it seems to be as there are a lot of people who want to win and they have been participating in the games for centuries.

Seth and his friends unlock more secrets about the games and wizenstone. Fairy realm has fallen and Ronodin is the new Fairy king now. Ronodin was helped by the ex-Fairy king and the dragons. All the other Dragon sanctuaries have also fallen and Celebrant comes to the Titan valley and defeat the Giant queen quickly and easily.

Kendra, Tanu, Warren, Rextus and Vanessa are on the mission to retrieve the Harp of ages as that instrument can put the dragons to deep slumber but Vanessa ends up losing her eyesight there. Seth finds out that the presence he named Reggie is actually a legendary dragon slayer's memories and he reunites the memories with the legendary dragon slayer, Merek. Seth and Merek then become acquaintances and set on to retrieve the Harp of ages as well.

Kendra and Seth cross paths. Seth and Merek save Kendra and her group and they retrieve the Harp of ages. When Seth cuts the strings, he is transported to Humbuggle and destroy the wizenstone which ends up freeing Humbuggle from the stone's clutches as it turns out that the stone was controlling Humbuggle and not the other way around. Seth finally gets his memories back and when he realizes that he let Wyrmroost fall he hates himself and lets Celebrant capture him.

Grandparents and parents were again non-existent but we do find out at the very beginning that the grandparents are doing okay. I already love Tanu, Warren, Vanessa, Rextus, Calvin, Newel and Doren. I also loved the new characters - Reggie, Hermo even though Hermo wasn't exactly new in this , Vrigil and Merek.

I loved the Legend of the Dragon Slayer and can't wait to read the novella when it is available. Kendra was a lot less annoying in this although she agitated me when she kept on asking the Dragons if they liked their treatment here?

Who likes to be imprisoned Kendra? Seth was amazing though and I felt for him throughout. Bracken was there for two sentences only which was a shame because even though I don't much like him and I partly blame him not being in the books for me to actually know him I don't blame him personally , I actually wanted to know more about the Fairy realm.

Newel and Doren were also barely there but as usual they always made me smile. At least Rextus was there a bit more than the last one and loved him. This book is the best so far in the series. It is completely action packed with some amazing characters both new and old. So many secrets are further revealed and I was stunned most of the time.

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