Review: The Tea Dragon Society by K. O’Neill

Cover for The Tea Dragon Society by Kay O'Neill

Title: The Tea Dragon Society

Author: K. O’Neil

Series: Tea Dragon #1

Pages: 73

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

This was an adorable graphic novel. This story focuses on Greta, a blacksmith apprentice, who is now also learning to care for tea dragons with Heskiel and Erik. While at the tea shop she meets Minette, who has amnesia. They quickly bond over the dragons and grow closer with each passing season. 

Greta was a wonderful character. She was kind, compassionate, and determined to keep the art of blacksmithing and tea dragon husbandry alive. Minette is a very quiet and lost soul at first but she quickly grows in confidence and memories as time passes. These two have a wonderful friendship that shows hints of them becoming more. 

The other main characters in this are Hesekiel and Erik, who are the Tea Dragon Shop proprietors. They were adorable! They were once adventurers who fought off evil and that’s how they found each other. I really loved how soft and sweet these two guys were. Also, I absolutely adored that they take in tea dragons who’s owners can no longer care for them. 

Overall, this is a wonderful, cute, and absolutely beautiful graphic novel. I loved everything about the tea dragons and the characters in this book. Also, there was so much diversity in this book! I am totally jumping right into the next volume.

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