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Saturday, December 26, 2020

Domesticating Dragons by Dan Koboldt

Well crafted and engaging!

Being a dragon lover for as long as I can remember, I expected to love this book and I DID!

Kolboldt postulates a not too distant future where genetic engineering allows engineers to create dragons.  The dragons have issues which is where Noah Parker finds his niche.

Anthropomorphism figures into my own writing and I always enjoy seeing it used.  The dragons are a reflection of the designer.   The customer support call logs were hysterical.

I recommend the book to anyone interested in genetic engineering to get a picture of a possible future.  For dragon lovers, this is a must-read!

I highly recommend it. 

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