Killing Monsters by Alexzander Christion | Book Review
Hired to defeat a monster terrorizing the land, Shefa soon finds the king wasn’t so honest with him. Never lie to a dragon, and never try to trick one into completing your dirty work.
At under a hundred pages, Killing Monsters is a quick and entertaining read. Both readers new to the series as well as those who have followed Shefa’s journey will enjoy this tale. This snapshot of the By the Hand of Dragons world brings the brutal action Alexzander Christion is known for right to the forefront. Shefa has his own morals and code he follows. And readers will soon realize what he sees as justice, and how he takes matters into his own hands.
You never cross a dragon.
Killing Monsters is the perfect bite-sized portion of Alexzander Christion’s writing. It’s a story that comes full circle by the end and doesn’t hesitate to show off Shefa’s power and abilities. If you’re on the edge, deciding whether or not to read the By the Hand of Dragons series, give this one a go. You might just find yourself itching to learn more about the chimera and Shefa’s role in the grand scheme of things.
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