Book Review: Here Be Dragons by Sarah Mussi

Here be Dragons

Title: Here Be Dragons
Author: Sarah Mussi
Series: The Snowdonia Chronicles #1
Publication Date: September 1st 2015
Publisher: Vertebrate Publishing
Source: The Publisher
Rating: 4 Stars
Format: Paperback
Blurb:

Ellie Morgan wants a boy who’s all hers. Just for once, it would be nice to meet someone that Sheila the cow hadn’t got her claws in to.

A remote farmhouse on Mount Snowdon is hardly the ideal setting for meeting anyone – unless, of course, you count her best friend George or creepy Darren (which Ellie doesn’t). But when a boy, glimpsed through the mist and snow, lures her up to the Devil’s Bridge, Ellie realises the place she knows so well still has its secrets …

The stronger her feelings for this strange boy become, the more she is in danger: a battle as old as Snowdon itself has been raging for centuries and now Ellie’s caught in the middle.

Something has left its lair.

It’s out there stalking her.

Who ever said true love was easy?

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Elivia’s Review:

Here Be Dragons by Sarah Mussi was a 4 out of 5 star book. I was drawn to this book both by the name of the book and the fact that it was the first book I’d review from Europe. I love dragons! This book did not disappoint. Not only did it have some adventure in it, it had romance. A budding love a young girl had for a boy she did not know. This book was written very well and was detailed. I enjoyed it And would recommend it to another reader.

About the Author:
Sarah Mussi
Sarah Mussi was born in Gloucestershire. After her education at a girl’s school in Cheltenham, she completed a post graduate degree at the Royal College of Art before leaving the UK for West Africa. She lived in Ghana, West Africa for over eighteen years, marrying a Ghanaian and teaching in Accra. Sarah now lives in Brixton and teaches in Lewisham, splitting her holidays between England and Ghana.

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