The Conversation of Dragons: A Book Review by Israel Johnson

Everybody, meet Israel Johnson, an engineer who works in the U.S. Defense sector. Read what he has to say about his experience with The Conversation of Dragons:

“The Conversation of Dragons proves to be a very exciting read. Like C. Joybell C’s previous book, The Conversation of Venusta, Dragons is quite insightful and provides a look into humanity itself.

As I was reading, I realized that Dragons reflects on similar themes expressed in her previous entry, The Conversation of Venusta. Like Venusta, Dragons focuses on concepts such as happiness, joy, and how one should distinguish between the two. Dragons also covers other themes such as human intimacy, family values, relationship bonds, and freedom. However, this is where the similarities appear to end between the two works. Dragons takes these concepts one step further, and puts more emphasis on humans’ capability for self-improvement.

The character traits of humans are an important subject matter that is revisited throughout the book, and Joybell provides a series of ‘tenets’ or principles on how one can improve upon their own self-confidence and be more courageous. I like how she uses the concept of the dragon to convey a person’s courage, and how that we have the ability to express that courage, especially when it comes to standing up for one’s principles. I recommend the book to anyone who seeks a thought-provoking read. The book will give you a different perspective on what it means to be courageous as well as on life itself.”

Learn more about Israel:

Israel Johnson is a software engineer who works in the U.S. Defense sector. He is a college graduate from the University of Virginia, having worked in research and development as well as in the healthcare industry. He also enjoys doing freelance work as an artist, having completed work as a concept artist for many volunteer projects in local communities.

You may connect with Israel on LinkedIn.

Israel is a brave and intelligent man. Be brave and intelligent like Israel. 😊

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