As you continue exploring the Wyrd and Wonder map, be sure to check any caves for sleeping dragons before entering. It’s a well known fact that caves provide a dragon’s comfort zone, after all.

Digital painting of a dragon sat in a dark cave.

I found a dragon. I have named her Tallulah. Those teeth look vicious, but she’s really a big softy at heart. Loves a good tummy tickle. I still can’t draw feet, but I am happy with her head and wings at least.

Several intrepid travellers have already made it through Dragon’s Pass:

Celeste @ A Literary Escape

Rebecca @ Powder & Page

Veros @ Dark Shelf of Wonders

Of course, it’s not like we haven’t been here before. Here’s my round up of past reviews from the blog featuring DRAGONS. Some of these are fairly old, so forgive any weird formatting.

A Day of Fallen Night by Samantha Shannon

A Natural History of Dragons by Marie Brennan

When Women Were Dragons by Kelly Barnhill

Burn by Patrick Ness

Fathomfolk by Eliza Chan

Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas

Jumpnauts by Hao Jingfang

Uprooted by Naomi Novik

The Copper Promise by Jen Williams

Riders of Berk: Dragons Down by Simon Furman + Iwan Nazif

Dragon’s Green by Scarlett Thomas

The Invisible Library series by Genevieve Cogman*

Dominion of the Fallen series by Aliette de Bodard*

*I’m not sure if dragons are specifically mentioned in the first instalments of these, but they’re definitely a major feature throughout both of these series.

A copy of the book Burn by Patrick Ness with a small orange dragon on top.