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Henrietta the Dragon Slayer is a magical fantasy novel with complex, well-rounded characters having adventures while dealing with their real life personality issues. Even though Henrietta has a great reputation as a great Dragon Slayer, she discovers a pacifist streak that makes her previous lifestyle difficult to continue. The witty dialogue and good story line makes this book hard to put down. It’s really fun to read. It’s also very satisfying to read about a girl heroine fighting the good fight.
Henrietta the dragon slayer is a charming book set in a fantasy world. Henrietta has slayed many dragons in her short life and has resigned not to take any more jobs, but when a pushy knight named Franc implores her to follow him to his lands and slay Mimoto the dragon she hesitates, until she learns her mentor, Master Chen is sick and only the Dragonitas from Mimoto can save him does she embark on her quest. More here.
When Beth asked me to review her book I was so excited! The book is a beautiful story about friendship, a heroine, and a quest to kill a dragon. Who wouldn’t be excited? The entire concept sounded interesting and I was not at all disappointed. More here.
“Beth doesn’t waste any time. From the get-go, you’ll enjoy how she portrays her imaginative characters. Henrietta, The Dragon Slayer is a charming story with adventure around every bend; definitely worth a read.”
— Anthony Haberman, Book Critic/Game Designer
“Henrietta, The Dragon Slayer by Beth Barany was exciting and well-paced, with a great twist at the end. And has great fight scenes! You’ll have to read it to find out more!”
— Erin Lale, Author/Artist
“I love this story. It is so exciting. All the characters are fun & I rooted for them all to succeed. Can’t wait for the next adventure. It’s crepelicious!”
— Rebekkah Dahmani, Reader, Crepe Maker, Mother
Robert Medak “RJ”
“Beth, best known for strong heroines in her stories, this story is no exception. …”
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