When Danny's maternal grandfather arrives suddenly, more things are going to change than he could have ever imagined...
I don't really know what to say about this book. Whilst reading it felt like nothing was happening. A lot. The story seemed to be based mostly on the father and grandfather arguing and promising to tell Danny things that could come in very handy, but always postponing actually telling these things. What needs to be told isn't even that much, but it's broken up in so many (unnecessary) different parts that it just felt like an easy plot device.
It could of course just have been me. When I was reading this I was quite stressed out for my upcoming exam and this book just wasn't giving me enough of an escape from that. Perhaps another time I'd liked it better. I could see there was a potential, but now it wasn't working for me. Not enough dragons (in the dragon-form anyway) either. Shame.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!