The Dragon’s Path Read Along Part II

Pico resting before dinner.
Pico resting before dinner.

If you’ve been tracking this read along, then you know that the discussion questions are being posted on Goodreads. You can check the schedule to join us, or if you have read the book and would like to comment, all are welcome. Thanks to Carl from Stainless Steel Droppings for putting this read along together. And thanks to Two Dudes in an Attic for this week’s questions.

For this week, the section is pages 138-283 in the print book (chapters aren’t numbered). I am a bit behind in the reading because life and Mother Nature have had me plenty busy and exhausted. I was wrangled into helping a family friend pack up her aged mother’s house for a move out of state. Then we had a bit of a flood that will take some time to recover from. You can read more about that over on the farm blog, RoundTableFarms.com; there’s lots of pics if you enjoy seeing the immense power of mother nature. My farm has literally been recontoured.

Anyhoo, despite being behind, I am enjoying this section immensely. Cithrin had this great line (‘I wasn’t going to pay him!’) that still has me chuckling. Some of these characters, like Wester and Geder, we are really getting to know better. I’m also enjoying the political intrigue, and Geder’s little secret. We have continued to learn more about this fascinating world that Daniel Abraham has created for us.

2 thoughts on “The Dragon’s Path Read Along Part II”

  1. Hey, I’m also behind with the reading on this. Also due to life getting in the way although not quite as devastating as your flood! I hope everything is okay, it looks terrible.
    I’ve just been really busy in work and then to make matters worse I seemed to hurt my back mid week which was really painful and to be honest I don’t know how I did it! Anyway I will catch up!
    Lynn 😀

    1. I hope your back gets better soon. I have had a few different flavors of back pain over the years and physical therapy has proven most effective in figuring out what was wrong, fixing it, and preventing recurrence.

      Ugh, I sound so clinical in that statement. Anyhoo, I’m really enjoying the book and no matter when we finish, I look forward to reading your review.

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