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What the community says about Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles)
- "This is yet another great read from Patricia Wrede. The characters are great and I was immediately hooked in her writing. Having some experience with her stuff beforehand, I was struck by how well the dragon characters and everything else in this narrative was. It is immersive and I could not put this one down. I suggest you grab a copy soon!"
- "This book has some feminist themes and some themes of unconventional friendship, but I'm not sure if it would exactly appeal to a gay audience looking for books with shapeshifting themes. That said, that happens to be a very specific audience, so perhaps this comes close. It's not explicit or anything, but I highly doubt there are any books that are specifically about those kinds of sexual themes - you'd have to get a custom work somewhere."
- "The best book about princesses is Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles) by Patricia Wrede. It centers around Cimorene, a headstong princess that wants more out of life, especially excitement, so decides to run away with her dragon to find adventure."
- "First book in the series from Patricia C Wrede. This book is labeled as a teen book, but don't think you won't enjoy it if you're older. It has that kind of timeless classic feel for all ages. And a pre-teen would enjoy it too, especially if they are of the curious, intelligent variety. That describes my friend's daughter perfectly, and she's the one who loaned me this book! And it has a real sense of humor, too!"
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in What are the best fairy tales"I love books that have a strong female lead as equality is what this world is about these days and this book did not disappoint. The book had me daydreaming about having my own dragon and what that would be like. It was such a magical story to get lost in and escape from the real world. "
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