Recently, I’ve been reading books one and two of the Dragon Temple Trilogy by Janine Cross.
This series has generated a lot of negative feedback from other bloggers. The funny thing is that
some of them openly admit never having read the books at all, whilst others make absurd statements
about what is supposed to happen in the story, so conclude yourself whether there is anything to
read out of those “reviews”.
The heroine of our story, Zarq, grows up in a society where women are treated as inferior
to men and even sold into prostitution on a common basis. Dragons are as common in this
world as maybe horses in our reality. And althought the dragons are being worshipped as
divine beings, they suffer a fate no better than the women, the vast majority being crippled
by amputating their wings as hatchlings, only to be used as laying hens or working slaves.