September 23rd, 2008
Book of the Day: Master of Dragons, by Angela Knight

Master of Dragons, by Angela Knight

Book 8 in the Mageverse series

The last time fairy princess Nineva Morrow engaged in magic, evil forces rendered her an orphan–isolated and incapable of trusting in anyone’s survival. But after years of hiding on Earth, she’ll use her powers once more–and attract more knights than she can handle.

Want a chance to win it? Comment and answer the question below. Iโ€™ll draw a winner tomorrow morning. One entry per person, please.

If you had to emigrate from your current country, couldnโ€™t live there anymore at all, where in the world would you choose to go?

My answer: That oneโ€™s easy, weโ€™d move to Belgium because that’s where my husband’s family lives.


48 comments to “Book of the Day: Master of Dragons, by Angela Knight”

  1. Ireland, probably.

  2. Scotland or Ireland.

  3. Probably Scotland, though it would be a tough sell to convince my husband. He’d want to go to the wilds of Canada.

  4. Coming from a German background I was thinking of Germany, but then my thoughts turned to the sandy beaches of the Bahamas where I could relax on the beaches with a refreshing cool drink in one hand and a book in the other during the days….hmmm! Sounds awful tempting to me!

  5. That is soo easy! I have had an obsession with Ireland for the longest time and before I die, I WILL go there ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. I would love to relocate to Australia with the kangaroos and koalas mate. ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Australia for me, too.

  8. The most obvious answer for me is Canada since it’s only an hour drive east. However, if I had to immigrate anywhere, I think maybe Spain or somewhere south of the border.

  9. If being practical, would choose a country that has free health insurance and medication coverage, as well as one that actually pays mothers to stay home with their children, and also pays to have a helper come in to assist with housework and childcare. I believe France is one of the countries in which this is an actual fact of life!
    On a pure enjoyment or selfish motivation, I would move somewhere in the Caribbean (where I have never been, but seen wonderful pictures!) where life could be slow, carefree and beautiful every day.

  10. I would move to England–I grew up there and still have family there so if I couldn’t live in the U.S. anymore, I would return to England.

  11. I would choose canada Nova scotia.. been there many times and it is a truly beautiful place. By the way LOVE angela knight books!!!!! ohhhhhhhhh this series is truly awesome!

  12. Well, the practical choice would be Canada. Where I’d *like* to go would probably be France.

  13. Good morning Anya,

    England or Australia for me! Probably Australia as I dislike the cold.

    Thank you,
    Susan B.


  15. I would move to Scotland. My family is from there, several generations removed, and I think it would be so kewl to be able to live in the HighLands of Scotland. The land is so beautiful and the culture is amazing. Yup, Scotland would definately be my choice if I had to leave here.

    Dianna F

  16. I already of the book – vey good – so no need to add me to the contest.

    As for what country – english speaking one – I suck at learning languages – and it has to be low on poisons repitles (that eliminates Australia and New Zealand) so most likely Ireland, Iceland (everyone speaks english there) or Belize ( even though they have reptiles its goregous and the diving is amazing) so that is my complicated answer! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  17. Scotland or some island like the Bahamas

  18. If I had to emigrate from my current country, couldnโ€™t live there anymore at all, where in the world would I choose to go?

    The choice would be either Scotland or Ireland because those two places have just been calling out my soul. Perhaps I’ve lived there in another life.

  19. I would like to go to Scotland. There is such beauty in the land and great history. I love history. Plus you are pretty darn close to other great places to visit.

  20. I would choose Australia. Great weather, culture and lifestyle.

  21. But I already did that… three times :confused:

    Frankly, right now I don’t have an answer–even a flippant answer! Sorry ’bout that, chief.

  22. I would love to go to Ireland, so I guess that would be my choice! ๐Ÿ˜€

  23. probably Canada.

  24. Hi Anya, I would pick Ireland. I am technically an Irish lassie, so learning about my heritage would be a big bonus.

  25. I would move to Tahiti. For some reason I’ve always thought of that as my “escape place.”

  26. I think I’d like to live in Scotland.

    Rhonda ๐Ÿ˜Ž

  27. Canada. I grew up there and have always liked the more integrated population.

  28. Guess as I hate spiders (and they have deadly ones) it won’t be
    Australia for me.
    Actually I wouldn’t mind going back to Germany. My mother came from there, I love the food and I sort of speak the language ๐Ÿ˜€

  29. In hopes of finding Gerard Butler and James MacAvoy lookalikes, I would definitely want to go to Scotland.

  30. hahaha good question!


  31. I’d want to go to Italy, hands down. But the language… so maybe New Zealand. Or Taiwan. Some place nice – I think New Zealand sounds wonderful right now.
    (Oh and please don’t enter me in the drawing for this book. I’m pretty sure I already have it. ๐Ÿ˜› Just wanted to throw my 2 cents in.)

  32. Ireland baby… Ireland

  33. Maybe Canada being it would be the least different but France (my husband was born there) would be nice or even Sicily (my ancestry) although there would be some language problems lol.

  34. I would go to Italy!

  35. I would like to live in either England or Australia. The weather in Australia is nicer, but I’ve always been fascinated with England.

  36. Since in the instance of mass emigration Scotland would apparently be overpopulated, I think I’ll head to Italy. Love the food, love the view, love the culture and I (mostly) speak the language.
    Of course, I’d have to overcome my pension for Fellini-esque fountain bathing. *g*

  37. Since in the instance of mass emigration Scotland would apparently be overpopulated, I think I’ll head to Italy. Love the food, love the view, love the culture and I (mostly) speak the language.
    Of course, I’d have to overcome my penchant for Fellini-esque fountain bathing. *g*

  38. Sorry about the double post, I thought I had caught it before I clicked submit. Bugger.l

  39. I would have to pick Canada because they have the most similar government. I would love to visit many places and live there for awhile…a year or two but for long term I would want something closer to what I’m used to.

  40. I have family all over the place so I think I would someplace in europe.

  41. One of the Greek Islands.

  42. I really can’t decide between Ireland or Australia. Really different places, I know but I can’t decide.

  43. I think I would go to Ireland.

  44. I’d go south to the US and possibly settle in Seattle which has similar weather.

  45. I’d move to Scotland. Love the accents and the castles. Might have to get hubby his own home somewhere else tho. lol

  46. Scotland, it’s beautiful, London, close to us as any or Greece, my heritage.

  47. I would move to England as everyone speaks English, the culture and the history never stop and it is a great base to travel to Europe.

  48. Scotland. I have a Scot-Irish heritage.