Resa Nelson


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Tora Moon
I loved this story! It drew me in and hooked me. I stayed up late reading it. Astrid’s character while starting out thinking she’s a monster and unsure of her past, comes to love and appreciate herself. In her quest to save the survivors of her village, she learns the truth of her past, and must come to terms with it and make the choice of who she wants to be. She’s strong, courageous, and vulnerable—all the things a good heroine needs to be. I look forward to reading the next story in the series.

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The Dragonslayer's Sword Resa Nelson

Astrid assumed all dragons should be killed – until she met one that changed her mind. In the medieval Northlands, a dangerous family seeks power. They slaughter all who get in their way. Children’s rhymes hint at what’s to come, but no one recognizes the danger at hand. Astrid doesn’t know she holds the key to this power. She’s just a blacksmith who makes swords for dragonslayers. But Astrid has a dark secret … A dragon once chewed her up and spit her out. She hides the old scars covering her body through shapeshifting. But the time for hiding is over. AUTHOR'S NOTE: This YA Epic Sword & Sorcery Fantasy series is written for adults but appropriate for ages 14 and up. This book is Book 1 in the Dragonslayer series but can also be read as a standalone novel.

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