Tag: dragons

  1. Book Review: Dragons of Darkness

    Dragons of Darkness by Antonia Michaelis Translated by Anthea Bell Everyone loves Arne. His smile, his good heart, and his easy way with people make him popular. So when Arne disappears in Nepal, everyone is devastated. No one is more devastated than Arne’s 14-year-old younger brother Christopher. Although Christopher…

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  2. Book Review: The Dragon of Trelian

    The Dragon of Trelian by Michelle Knudsen Calen is a wizard’s apprentice, a job that’s not nearly as glamorous as it sounds. When hiding from his duties to watch a procession, he meets the Princess Meglynne, the third daughter of the king. Meglynne, or Meg as she prefers…

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  3. Book Review: Eon: Dragoneye Reborn

    Eon: Dragoneye Reborn by Alison Goodman Twelve energy dragons protect the land, each dragon linked to a human Dragoneye, who channels the dragon’s power in exchange for giving his hua, or life energy, to the dragon. The twelve dragons represent the twelve points on the compass and the twelve…

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  4. Books with Bite: Teen Read Week booklists!

    October 12-18 is YALSA‘s Teen Read Week 2008, and the theme this year is “Books with Bite!” I think it’s a great theme, and I asked the teen members of the Wands and Worlds community to suggest books that they recommend which would fit the theme. They suggested…

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  5. Book Review: Dragon Flight

    Dragon Flight by Jessica Day George The Dragon Wars are over and life has settled down; Creel and Marta are busy with their dressmaking business. With the upcoming wedding of the Crown Prince Milun to Lady Isla, the young Countess of Dranvel, the shop is busier than ever with many…

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  6. Inheritance book 3 announcement

    Random House has announced that book 3 of Christopher Paolini’s Inheritance cycle will be called Brisingr! It will be released on September 20, 2008. The cover features a picture of the gold dragon Glaedr. From the press release: “BRISINGR is one of the first words I thought of for…

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  7. Book Review: Dragon's Keep

    Dragon’s Keep by Janet Lee Carey When King Arthur’s younger sister Evaine was exiled to Wilde Island, Merlin made a prophecy to her: The signs all point to the twenty-first queen of Wilde Island…. Three things the stars say of this queen. She shall redeem the name Pendragon.…

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  8. Book Review: Dragon Slippers

    Dragon Slippers by Jessica Day George Dragon Slippers is a 2007 Cybils nominee. Creel and her brother Hagen live with their aunt and uncle, who took them in when their parents died. But the family is poor, and Creel, with no prospects for a good marriage, is a liability. So…

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  9. Book Review: The Book of the Sword

    The Book of the Sword Darkest Age: Book 2 by A.J. Lake The dragon Torment has carried Edmund and Elspeth to the cold northlands, where the dangerous god Loki is imprisoned under a mountain. Captain Cathbar is also there, having grabbed onto Torment with a rope at the last…

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  10. Book Review: Sir Kyle and Lady Madeline

    Sir Kyle and Lady Madeline by Sallie Lowenstein Kyle loves his new house. In his imagination, it’s a castle, with turrets and secret passageways and wizards. He’s not so sure about his new neighbor, though; Madeline seems like trouble. When she agrees to play knights with him, she…

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