The Last Dragonslayer by Jasper Fforde
Jennifer Strange lives a life benefitting her name. In a country where magic is dying she helps to manage one of the few remaining magical talent agencies despite only being 16, it's a long story. With news of the last dragon about to die, and possibly all magic in the country as well, things are looking a bit bleak and even finding out that she might be able to save them all is not an encouraging thought.
In the end I didn't enjoy the book for a few other reasons as well, the entire climax is resolved by a single action, one which was forced upon Jennifer and I didn't full buy into her "acceptance" of her own actions. There were a few hints and subplots that I wish had been explored more (seeing that this is the first book in a series explains a few things), and honestly I didn't really like any of the characters, nobody grabbed me. I will say that the "twists" towards the end of the story (two of them) both worked well and neither of them felt outlandish but that's the kindest thing I can say about the story. Otherwise, it was a dull affair and I doubt I'll check out other books by this author in the future.