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Within the Sanctuary of Wings

Sunday, August 5, 2018

Within the Sanctuary of Wings (2017) Marie Brennan

Lady Trent has become a force in her own right–she has made amazing discoveries and published scientific papers, yet she still has not be accepted by the Fellow of the Philosophers’ Colloquium.

She has also become political, no matter how unwittingly.

(W)e cannot pretend the education of girls and the forging of international bonds for the well-being of dragons are apolitical acts.

But at her heart what she lives for is science.

In truth, he and I had begun to formulate a theory which did away with the six criteria Sir Richard Edgeworth had used to distinguish “true dragons” from mere “draconic cousins,” and put in their place only one: developmental lability.

And in this book she makes an amazing discovery. I won’t even hint at it, because I don’t want to spoil anything, but it was amazing.

This is a wonderful and delightful series, and I highly recommend it for everyone, but especially for girls and kids who love science.

Publisher: Tor Books
Rating: 9.5/10

Categories: 9/10, Alternate History, Fantasy, Female     Comments (0)    



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