The Tea Dragon Festival Review

The Tea Dragon Festival

The Tea Dragon Festival (The Tea Dragon Series Book 2) by [Katie O'Neill]


Rinn is used to life around tea dragons, their village is full of them, but when they stumble across a real dragron, that seem to be a different matter! Aedhan is a young dragon who was supposed to protect Rinn’s village but somehow fell asleep in the forest eighty years ago.

With the support of Rinn’s adventuring uncle Erik and his partner Hesekiel, they look into the mystery of Aedhen’s enchanted sleep. But while Aedhan is enjoying life in the village, Rinn real challenge is to help Aedhan come to term with feeling he can’t he can’t get back the time he lost

But when the people of the village find the a way to share the things Aedhen has missed, he might just find a way to feel like a true part of the village.


I loved so many things about this book. Rinn and Aedhan had great chemistry which made the book a good read. I also loved the use of sign language throughout the book I personally thought the way it was rendered was very well done, but of course any Deaf or Hard of Hearing reviewer is free correct me.

I especially loved seeing a slice of Erik and Hesekiel history, this is obviously before his disbility but I wonder where it fits.

Then finally the art, as always anything by Katie O’Neil is lovely and I can’t wait to read the next book in the series coming out in the summer.

Amazon: The Tea Dragon Festival

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