Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Peanut Goes to School by Thea Harrison (Elder Races #6.7)

Peanut Goes to School 
by Thea Harrison
Elder Races Novella #6.7

Dragos Cuelebre is no longer the only dragon.

Dragos’s son Liam Cuelebre (a.k.a. Peanut) is springing into existence, reminiscent of the first of the Elder Races who were born at the beginning of the world. At just six months of age, he has already grown to the size of a large five-year-old boy. He can read, write in complete sentences, and his math skills are off the chart.

A white dragon in his Wyr form, Liam also holds more Power than almost anyone else. In an effort to give him a taste of normality, no matter how fleeting, his parents Pia and Dragos enroll him in first grade.

They hope school will help teach Liam how to relate to others, a vital skill that will help him control his growing Power. But school has a surprising number of pitfalls, and relating to others can be a tricky business.

When a classmate is threatened, Liam must quickly learn self-control, how to rein in his instincts, and govern his temper, because there’s no doubt about it—he is fast becoming one of the most dangerous creatures in all of the Elder Races.

Peanut Goes to School (Elder Races, #6.7)My Review:
Peanut Goes to School by Thea Harrison
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I don't know how Thea Harrison is going to top this book. A novella that left me wanting more, Peanut Goes to School was utterly enchanting.

Liam (Peanut) has been growing and maturing at an exponential rate. In the past 6 months, he's progressed to the size of a first grader and has a genius intelligence. Worried for his social development Dragos and Pia send Liam to school.

Liam is faced with extremely difficult social situations. We get to watch his the story unfold from mostly his perspective.

Absolutely delightful, amazingly endearing and totally entertaining, I loved Peanut Goes to School.

I received this ARC copy of Peanut Goes to School from Thea Harrison in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication July 14, 2014.

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