Review: How to Drive a Dragon Crazy by G. A. Aiken

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Title: How to Drive a Dragon Crazy

Author: G. A. Aiken

Series: Dragon Kin #6

Pages: 481

5 out of 5 stars
5 stars – I loved it!

It’s been over 10 years since the events in the previous book, The Dragon Who Loved Me, occurred. Izzy the Dangerous is now a general in Queen Annwyl’s army and fighting Ogres. Éibhear the Contemptible is now part of the Mì-runach and is no longer the nice boy everyone thought he was. Together these two travel into the desert to find two enemies and along the way finally admit their feelings.

I have been waiting for this book since Izzy was introduced and it did not disappoint. I really love these two. They have been destined since day one but they needed the time apart to mature and get away from the teenage hormones. I love how deadly they both are but at the same time not constantly looking for war. They enjoy the peace times too.

Éibhear has really grown into his body and no longer tries to be the peacemaker. He also can really do some damage to his brothers now. I am glad that he still loves his books, and tea now. He may have changed physically and gotten more ruthless, but he is still a sweet and kind man to those he cares for. Izzy is still a troublemaker and a deadly warrior. She was quite amusing and I loved her dedication to her family and Annwyl. 

The gods are really starting to cause problems for everyone and it looks like a war against one of them might be brewing. It will be interesting to see how it plays out in the next book. Also I can’t wait to see what is going to happen with Annwyl and the Dark Plains after that epilogue. It really changes everything for the future of the dragon and human relationships.


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.1 Can’t Get Enough
#0.2 A Tale of Two Dragons
#0.4 Dragon on Top
#1 Dragon Actually
#2 About A Dragon
#3 What A Dragon Should Know
#4 Last Dragon Standing
#5 The Dragon Who Loved Me


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