Dragon’s Mist by Randy Cruts (Book Review #905)


Dragon’s Mist is a young adult graphic novel story about Charlie, an orphan, and lives with his aunt. He likes to visit the ocean, and one day he meets a blue dragon name Shannon. The two become friends. The adventure and time spent with each other are beautiful. Things don’t last as they usually do when the Russian mob threatens Charlie’s aunt. The journey then continues with Charlie and his dragon.

The most important aspect of a graphic novel is its illustrations, color combination, and how the drawings represent the wordings. The author did a job making sure that the story was told this way.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

The book is a quick read and suitable for young graphic novel readers. It embodies elements of family, imagination, power, love, and the influence of acceptance. Dragons aren’t the only animals in this story. Charlie has many magical creatures, which created an additional layout for the storyline.

I recommend this book to fantasy readers and those who enjoy graphic artistry.

Written by Jeyran Main

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