Reviewing ‘The Jracon’s Oath’ by Tom Simmons|The Odanata Chronicles Book #2

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Book cover|Jracon's Oath
Book Review by Trails of Tales

You know the feeling

When you find a book you have loved with all your heart

and you realize that it is going to have a sequel?

That feeling…

Oh that sweet torturous anticipation!

If you have read my review of the Book #1 in this series, then you know what I was going through waiting for the second one.

The pain, aah the pain.

If you haven’t, then give it a read and come back here so you know what magical world am I talking about.

All the background of my present favorite series ‘The Odanata Chronicles’ is in there.

Go on.

The Gods of Book Love, however took some pity on me

Tom Simmons sent me a review copy of ‘The Jracon’s Oath’ and put an end to my sufferings.

I was so utterly happy!

Until I came to the end

Saw…

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An Interview with a Dragonfly – #1 – Yslana, Emerald Ranger

This interview was conducted shortly after the events documented in Book 1 of the Odonata Chronicles, "The Jracon's Burden", and have yet to be approved by the interviewee, as she left the Citadel shortly afterwards and has not been seen since. Interviewer: So, Yslana, tell me something about yourself. Yslana: What do you want to …

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Reviewing ‘The Jracon’s Burden’ by Tom Simmons (The Odonata Chronicles #1)

A very kind review of my first book by Trails of Tales!

Trails of Tales

Book cover of The Jracon's burden by Tom Simmons
Book Review by Trails of Tales

Did you know?

In ancient ages, Dragonflies were considered to be the symbol of depth, poise and light.

No surprise.

They are called ‘DRAGON‘ flies for a reason.

And there is a belief that dreaming of Dragonflies is a signal of an impending change in your life.

Which would mean

that my life is heading for a complete 180 since I have been dreaming of nothing but dragonflies since I came across this magical world conjured by Tom Simmons.

So much so, that I even drew a picture of Dax, the protagonist of ‘The Jracon’s Burden’ in all his glory. (Artwork at the bottom of the page).

Who would have thought

that one day a man called Tom Simmons, possessor of limitless imagination and the ability to summon magic through his words would spin a tale magnifique that would take us into…

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