I don't really have much to say about this book. It was good, and I liked it, but that's all. It was a fantasy book, and not much else. I liked Kiggs and Glisselda, and I didn't particularly dislike any of the others. The dragons were cool, but I would have liked them better if they were more like animals--they were kind of stuck between animals and humans, not really having emotions, but not using their instincts either.
As this is the most boring review ever, I'll just leave it at that. . . and this, for no reason at all: