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juliza said:
I agree that this book along with all of Bryan Davis’ "Dragons in our Midst", "Oracles of fire", and his "Children of the Bard" books are well written with exhilarating details and plots.
posted Aug 10, 2012 at 1:38PM
booklover455 said:
This is a great story about dragons. Davis Bryan really does well with the exciting plot surrounding dragons and mythical creatures.
posted Feb 24, 2011 at 3:49PM
Avatar for Sapphira0910 Sapphira0910 said:
this series and the oracles of fire series are totally AWESOME and i keep reading them i would totally recommend them
posted Oct 18, 2010 at 5:22PM
redhead31_13 said:
this book is absolutely amazing! the whole series is! I recommend this book for anyone who likes fiction books.
posted Apr 5, 2010 at 6:05PM
JainaSolo1 said:
I actually didn't read this book first, like I should have. I read them out of order, and that's something I don't reccomend, mostly because it gets a little confusing because you can get certain things that happened out of order. Overall, it's a very good book and I now own it because it was so good!
posted Jan 12, 2008 at 2:25PM
melting hearts said:
very good account of the b.c. world, but after reading it five times his writing style has started to wear on me and i’ve realized that it leaves out some key athurian legends like the sword in the stone.and that merlin was supposed to be locked in a stone by his crush instead of turned into liquid light and trapped in an antiprism
posted May 22, 2007 at 6:13PM
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