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  • Mathilde / Ikvindlezenleuk

    Rachel Hartman - Seraphina || Random House, 2013, 448 pagina's || The kingdom of Goredd is populated by humans and by dragons who fold themselves into a human form. Though they live alongside each other, the peace between them is uneasy. But when a member of the royal family is murdered, and the crime appears to have been committed by a dragon the peace and treaty between both worlds is seriously threatened.. || || niet in het Nederlands vertaald

  • Amy Coonce

    Hyperman's Book Blog: Book Review: Seraphina by Rachel Hartman

  • Compass Book Ratings

    Intricate details grace this book cover. The bonus is that it is also a superb read! To see full book review with content analysis go to

  • K Brackett

    Seraphina by Rachel Hartman - July 2012. Great story of dragons and people with some very original twists and great detail. Young Adult fantasy

  • Lizzy Klinnert

    Sam read SERAPHINA by Rachel Hartman because it was favorably reviewed by an author she likes. It's a teen fantasy book about a kingdom where humans and dragons co-exist, but not really peacefully. Great characters, interesting world, and a little sarcasm here and there makes for a great read.

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