Here, There Be Dragons
Publish date: April 29th 2010
Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Young Adult Fantasy
, Time Travel
Series: The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica (#1)
I did enjoy this story of three Oxford men who have different careers and who meet by accident and end up saving the world of imagination. While occasionally it did feel like the author was trying too hard to fit some of the pieces of the world of imagination into the story it was still an interest...
A fantasy novel with the main characters being Lewis, Tolkien, and Williams. Need I say more?
Here, There Be Dragons focuses on a group of travelers that start off in London and take a voyage to a place called the Archipelago of Dreams. A 'world' of different islands, races and people. There are three from out world as we know it. John, Jack and Charles. They are told by a man named Bert...
There were parts of this that were a little choppy, but it was a fun read, with lots of references to other books and myths and stories that were fun to try to figure out. I'm sure I missed a lot of them. Good fun.
I picked this book up because I was eleven and in love with Eragon--this is before Eldest even came out, so I was starving for some good dragon books. This one was blue, so I bought it.I didn't love it, but it was good. Some scenes were brilliant; bits and pieces of the plot were brilliant. My main ...
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