Birth date: December 16, 1954
Chris d'Lacey's Books
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This was an impulse checkout from the library. I've been doing audiobooks while I do stuff at home. Audiobooks allow me to get some reading in and have time for completing tasks that would seem very lonely or boring if I wasn't reading as I did them. The story sounded interesting on the blurb. This ...
David moves in with Elizabeth Pennykettle and her 11 year-old daughter, Lucy. David soon finds clay Dragons all over the place and learns that Elizabeth makes them for a living. David gets a Dragon all his own; a special one. Though Elizabeth nor Lucy will say anything, David learns on his own that ...
A good book for young adults and teens.
It's not a bad book, really, I think it's misguided more than anything. I picked it up because it has the word "dragon" in the name of the series, and that's obviously a dragon eye on the cover.Thus, I was disappointed that there were practically no dragons in it. Most of the book was actually spent...
A fresh taste of Children's fantasy!