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This is a good book, but I am giving three stars because it's written sort of immature, as though there's no substance behind the characters thoughts, except for physical urges. I feel there's some depth missing.
While the story may seem cool to those who do not hold the Bible in great reverence, the heros being dragons when the devil was called the great Dragon made this fiction lose value. You replaced the Creator with a creation. You mock God. I am sorry you could not find a way to write your story without besmerching God's word by using it to lend structure to it.
The premise of dragons in our techological age is a unique one. I liked the story and the characters. Tesser, Matty, Doyle, Abe and Spoon were written well with humor and courage. However, there were many typos and inconsistencies in the story. It was a nice read, but could have been better.
The story of earth from Dragon's eyes is not the story you might think. The evil of invading daemons and the greed of humanity are measured against the courage of other humans and magical creatures. Add that to the emergence of new life and hope and you have a background for an entrancing story.