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The land is under attack, hope is being lost as shadows attack. But among the citizens, a dragon holder finds a dragon egg. Now hope has sprung but only if he can live long enough to do what needs to be done. Find the official description on Goodreads.
Wilson Feliz made sure to set the scene before actually beginning the book and that is certainly an important thing. In fact it almost starts off as an epic, reminiscent of myths. Although there were errors throughout the book, whether just a word or an error in grammar, but it didn't detract too much from the writing and it wasn't riddled with errors.
The book jumps around to different characters, and you might not always understand why they were important but you could still get behind the characters, at least sometimes.
I have to admit that I didn't really enjoy the mages or Anaya as much as Liam. Mostly because they seemed to be arrogant and overly confident. It got to me and annoyed me.
The plot was interesting and keeps rolling, never stopping. It also ends with a good ending to continue into another book.
Overall, The Dragon Holder was a decent read, perfect for those who enjoy tales of dragons and magic.