A PLACE WITH DRAGONS

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A Place With Dragons

Author : Steven L. Lovett
ISBN : 9781988256825
Genre : Fiction
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When death is the perfect deception, betrayal must be the greatest gift. "Superbly written fantasy novel!" - Goodreads review In a secret world of giants, Wisps, War Crows, and ancient magic, Nicolas Bennett discovers he is the heir to the throne of a fantastical Kingdom. Nicolas is prophesied to become one of the greatest of all Dragon Nightfalls—but only if he can kill the recently awakened Overlord Dragon, Arnyek Tolvaj. Known as the Shadow Thief, Arnyek Tolvaj is the doom of Telluric Grand and a looming threat to Relic, the City with Seven Gates. Joined by three new friends, Nicolas sets out on a dangerous journey, determined to accomplish the impossible. And when he finally comes face to face with the Shadow Thief, Nicolas truly understands the private agony of what it means to be a savior. About the Author Steven L. Lovett is a long-time student of T.H. White, a sentimentalist of C.S. Lewis, and an unabashed fan of J.R.R. Tolkien. (He says he, too, will have "made it" as a novelist when everyone begins referring to him as S.L. Lovett.) A professor by day and a writer by night (or by weekends or any other free time), Steven lives with his wife, their daughter, and their family dogs on a quiet, wooded street in a small town in eastern Kansas. Readers' reviews "I absolutely fell in love with Telluric Grand and all of its characters. This is so well written, I could feel the fog and smell the food." "You can see similarities to other fantasy series (I would call it kind of a mix between Lord of the Rings and the Chronicles of Narnia), but it is definitely it's own world, with creatures unlike any I've ever read about. " "You can definitely see influences here from Narnia, Lord of the Rings, and even Harry Potter. So if you enjoy any of those books, this one will probably hold your attention as well."
Category: Fiction

Dwelling Place Of Dragons

Author : Marjorie H. Robie
ISBN : 1906146012
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Dwelling Place of Dragons shares the writings of three Irishmen in what is a fascinating and insightful historical account of Ireland between 1830 and 1849. The Harshaw Diaries which inspired this work have been described as a Real Irish Treasure. The period during which they lived and wrote was one of the most important in Irish history. Warning against the dangers of religious tyranny, the book begins with a remarkable peace conference in Newry in 1830, the goal of which was to put an end to sectarian violence. This effort died when the English government set about making changes to Irish governmental organization. Tensions between the religious communities in Ireland grew and the book ends with the largest sectarian battle of the 19th century.
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Nine Dragons

Author : Michael Connelly
ISBN : 9781409107378
Genre : Fiction
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Harry Bosch is alone, without backup - and this time the case is personal. From the No. 1 bestselling author of The Lincoln Lawyer. The shooting of a Chinese liquor store owner in LA brings Harry Bosch back to the Rodney King riots and the moment a stranger gave a young cop sanctuary. Now the debt must be repaid, and Harry soon discovers the old man's death was no ordinary hold-up. Homing in on clues disregarded by the cops on the scene, Harry builds a picture of corruption and intimidation, with the local triads at the heart of it. But as he tries to build a case and breach the impenetrable wall of silence in the local community, he finds he is taking a dragon by the tail - a dragon whose talons reach well beyond LA, and even the States. Suddenly the most precious thing in Harry's life is under threat, and he will need to leave the familiarity of his home turf, alone and without backup, if he is going to stop his worst nightmare from happening.
Category: Fiction

The Place Of Dragons

Author : William Queux
ISBN : 1986516369
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"Curious affair, isn't it?""Very.""Now, you're a bit of a mystery-monger, Vidal. What's your theory-eh?""I haven't one," I replied with a smile."I knew the old boy quite well by sight. Didn't you?" asked my friend, MajorKeppell, as we stood gossiping together in the doorway of the Hôtel de Paris,
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Dragon S Rock

Author : Tim Bowler
ISBN : 0192752197
Genre : Dragons
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Benjamin has terrible nightmares. Ever since taking the stone from Dragon's Rock he feels the beast chasing him. Sleep has become a place of fear, where the dragon hunts him. Benjamin returns to Dragon's Rock in the hope that he can put things right and so get rid of the visions. Once there, his nightmares become even more dangerous. And Benjamin realizes that he's no longer the only person at risk ...
Category: Dragons

Once Upon A Dragon

Author : Jean E. Pendziwol
ISBN : 9781553379690
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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When a little girl and her dragon friend stumble into a fairy tale world, it is up to the little girl to keep her companion out of harm's way when they meet up with the hungry wolf of "Little Red Riding Hood," Snow White's evil stepmother, and other unseemly characters. Simultaneous.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Fall Of The Dragons

Author : James A. Owen
ISBN : 9781481429986
Genre : Fiction
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Previously published as three separate stories.
Category: Fiction

The Dragon Child

Author : Jared Nescher
ISBN : 9781493122066
Genre : Fiction
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The Dragon Child is an adventure/fantasy tale following Dragon, who is a half human and half dragon, born from an ancient magic brought forth by his parents’ love. His father is human, and his dragon mother is the queen of the dragon empire. When they pass, Dragon inherits the throne, as well as a world full of troubles. Dragon's world is turned upside down as he travels with a small band of companions and he finds himself fighting battles that he does not want to be a part of. When everything around him falls apart, he is torn inside by his race and identity. He is not sure whether he should save the humans or save the dragons. As he is forced to make choices, Dragon learns about himself and the races that he is a part of, and in doing so, he becomes who he has always been destined by the Creator to be.
Category: Fiction

Dragon Island

Author : Martin Baynton
ISBN : 9781775433088
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Those hot-headed dragons on the island tumbled and rumbled and ROARED. But not little Norman. He liked making, not breaking. Can he make the others change? A tale of courage and conviction. Make Not Break, that’s the motto of a small blue dragon called Norman. But Norman lives on Dragon Island where all the other dragons want to break things. They like to bash and bruise and break and burn. What can one small dragon do to make his island a more peaceful place to live, a place where making is better than breaking? It takes courage to follow your own path. It takes courage to be true to yourself when everyone around you behaves differently, behaves badly, behaves violently. Dragon Island is a simple picture book that speaks directly to young readers about saying no to violence. All the dragons on Dragon Island are fierce, fiery and ferocious. Except for Norman. And Norman tries desperately to change the others, finally realising that sometimes, others won’t change their ways, and the only thing to do is walk away. Children are surrounded by violence. It comes through the TV screen, through the car window and sadly for some, it comes into the playground and through the front door of their home. How do they understand this in their terms, how do they develop tools for recognising it, for speaking out, and for walking away? Dragon Island is a simple story that builds a landscape for those tools. At one level it is a child centred picture book about courage. At another it is a flag the young reader can wave if they too live on Dragon Island. This book has been written on two levels – one as an entertaining story for children, but on a deeper level the author sees it as a tool to use in situations of domestic violence, with the message that we can try to change the behaviour around us, but if we can’t then the best thing to do is to walk away.
Category: Juvenile Fiction