Quote it Sunday | The Dragon’s Promise by Elizabeth Lim

Long time no see!

It’s been a month since I posted anything here. I almost forgot I have this blog and I used to post 4 articles per week before. It seems like a dream now. I have so many posts I want to write and post here but my work seems to come in between everything I like these days. I have two posts lined up for this week, though.

I thought of waiting for The Dragon’s Promise release to post this, but I couldn’t wait to share the highlights here. I read this book in one sitting, just like SCC, which never happened in a very long time.
Six Crimson Cranes was one of my favorite books last year. I’m happy that the sequel lived up to the expectations. It was an absolute treat.

Happy reading and I hope you have a great weekend!

These quotes are taken from a pre-released copy and are subjected to changes after publication.

A promise is not a kiss in the wind, to be thrown about without care. It is a piece of yourself that is given away, and will not return until your pledge is fulfilled.

Your heart is your home. Until you understand that, you belong nowhere.

Dragons are bounded to promises, not the truth.

Fear unites the most disparate of foes

Once you’ve been touched by magic, it never fully leaves you.

Trouble follows power

Even chaos has its place

A promise kept is worth a thousand secrets

I’m starting to think that magic never left Kiata. Not completely. The gods buried it deep within the heart of our land, where it lay dormant

All legends have a spark of truth. Sometimes more than a spark. Don’t forget who you are along the way to becoming one. A legend, that is.

“Quote it Saturday” was a weekly blog meme hosted by Freda’s Voice, but it’s currently inactive. It’s a weekly meme where you can add as many quotes as you wish, from any source you want.

Have you read this book or any works by this author? If you have any recs for fast-paced fantasy, please let me know.


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