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The DragonS Eye Get A Copy VideoLook and Read - Through The Dragon's Eye - Episode 1 - The dragon from Pelamar The Dragon's Eye. This quest was marked obsolete by Blizzard and cannot be obtained or completed. You must search the world for a being capable of restoring the power to the Fragment of the Dragon's Eye. The only information you possess about such a being is that they exist. The Dragon's Eye, Dragonology Chronicles, Volume One by Dugald A. Steer is a great book for Dragon People. Personally I like dragons but this book had a ton of imformation on this book. The Dragon's Eye is about two twelve year old siblings named Beatrice and Daniel whose parents have been gone for four years on a mission in India for business/5. 4/14/ · You must search the world for a being capable of restoring the power to the [Fragment of the Dragon's Eye]. The only information you possess about such a being is that they exist. [Fragment of the Dragon's Eye] (Provided) Description. A fragment of the shattered medallion is all that I can loveabullrescue.com: Haleh. Jul 29, Sarah Newman rated it liked it War Thunder Maus audiobook. Lists with This Book. Drake, but it kind of leaves you on cliffhanger. I think it would be a great book to read with Tagebrenner to let them fall in love with fantasy.
You must find another of dragon blood willing to assist you in forging a new key. Once you secure this key, you must travel to the Wyrmbog in Dustwallow Marsh.
Where to find other flights willing to help? Sadly, I do not know They are said to exist. Some may even work and live among us, disguised as one of the humanoid races.
I wish you luck. What could you hold that emits such an aura? I should have known - a piece of the black dragon brood mother, Onyxia.
How revolting The quest objectives state "you only know that such beings exist". Douglas Carrel Illustrator. The first in the Dragonology Chronicles.
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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 04, Jennifer Wardrip rated it liked it Shelves: trt-posted-reviews.
Reviewed by K. Osborn Sullivan for TeensReadToo. It took a while to figure out why, but then it came to me. There was that familiar emphasis on conducting research, and recording findings in little notebooks, and solving problems.
In the plus column, the novel was heavy on dragons of various types. They all have names and unique personalities. Also, it had an element of boy versus girl competition that seemed to resolve itself reasonably well.
On the other hand, the frequent references to dragon diaries and research methods disrupted the action. Doubtless that was the point -- to identify the importance of learning about a subject before jumping into it and conducting a poor study.
But still, the execution was a little heavy-handed for my taste. For young dragon lovers, this would probably be a popular title. I emphasize the word "young.
My year-old son read it, too, and he was disappointed because it definitely felt "too young" for him. But for budding fantasy lover s who can't get enough dragons, this one has the potential to be a winner.
Apr 01, Micah DeGraw added it. In this book, Daniel and Beatrice go to a guy named Dr. He is a Dragonologist.
Which means he studies dragons and he takes care of them. Daniel, Beatrice, and Dr. Drake go on an adventure to find the dragon eye, which an evil person named Ignatious Crook wanted, so he could be a Dragon Master.
But Daniel, Beatrice, and Dr. Drake saved it before Ingatious could get to it. I think some of the poetic devices used in this book are rhyming words and that the author uses to summon dragons and to In this book, Daniel and Beatrice go to a guy named Dr.
I think some of the poetic devices used in this book are rhyming words and that the author uses to summon dragons and to do spells.
The author also uses hyperbole's when someone was exaggerating. The author also put in some metaphors. I liked this book because it had a lot of action and dragons.
It was also really well written so It was really interesting. View 1 comment. Apr 30, Kayla rated it liked it. I'm unsure as to whether I'll continue this series or not.
I have to be honest, I absolutely loved this book and I can't wait to hunt down the rest of the series and get stuck in with my dragonology education.
Steer's style reminds me of the Lemony Snicket series which btw I also loved with its easy humour and lighthearted take on life and the way its adapts real life to fit into the story.
The story itself is very well written and thoroughly engrossing and I just couldn't put it down once I read the first line, never mind the first chapter.
Steer I have to be honest, I absolutely loved this book and I can't wait to hunt down the rest of the series and get stuck in with my dragonology education.
Steer writes with vivid and descriptive words that conjure up amazing images that even the most mature reader will want to believe and many will I can't wait to get my hands on the rest of this series.
Having re-read this, it is just as good and has reminded me that I really, really, really need to hunt down the rest of the series.
View 2 comments. May 06, Hannah Belyea rated it liked it. Though disappointed that their parents won't be returning from India, Daniel and Beatrice soon find themselves wrapped up in the study of dragons, racing to find ancient artifacts alongside Dr.
Drake to save the world from the dangerous plotting of a revenge-driven criminal. Steer will keep young fans of fantasy entertained with an adventure that, though burdened by a slow beginning, offers some interesting lore and peril.
Wha sort of dragons shall our young dragonologists-in-training meet, and Though disappointed that their parents won't be returning from India, Daniel and Beatrice soon find themselves wrapped up in the study of dragons, racing to find ancient artifacts alongside Dr.
Wha sort of dragons shall our young dragonologists-in-training meet, and will they find the treasures before their new enemies do? Nov 18, Lainie Lawrence rated it it was amazing.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Daniel and Beatrice are just normal kids. They have been sent to go spend their summer at Doctor Drakes.
Drake is an elderly man that studies Dragonology. The siblings soon find out that they are attending a summer school about dragons.
Daniel is a little snoopy, when he was snooping he saw a baby dragon. That dragon was a European Dragon named Scorcher. Drake said it was sick and he was nursing it back to health.
One day the class went to see Scorcher, and Scorcher accidentally Daniel and Beatrice are just normal kids. One day the class went to see Scorcher, and Scorcher accidentally hypnotized Daniel.
When they got back inside he had to do a stack of math sums, which were not fun. One day when the class was out learning, someone stole Scorcher and Dr.
Drake immediately knew that it was Ignatius Crook, a greedy man who wanted to be the Dragon Master just for the power. They found out that Ignatius was going to give Scorcher back to his mother and say that Dr.
Drake had kidnapped the baby dragon. The dragon out smarted Ignatius and Dr. Then Dr. Drake finally had his face reflected into the stone and became the Dragon Master.
I would recommend this to any person who loves dragons and fantasy. I think this was an excellent book. Jun 02, Luis Perez rated it really liked it.
Jan 07, Juniper rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. I truly believe that Dragons exist somewhere! Because if something hasn't been seen it might exist!
This book was I think it accomplished what it was aiming to do, so for that I give it props. Steers style is reminiscent of a lesser Lemony Snicket, and the book clearly came out of the interactive field guide books.
Its geared towards a younger audience, and I think its a fun read for that specific age group. May 19, Ashley rated it really liked it.
Daniel and Beatrice are siblings who, when their parents cannot come home after 4 years as expected, they are taken under the care of Dr.
Drake a family friend. Daniel and Beatrice have no idea what they are doing there and are not sure about it first, but a short time later they realize they are going to be going to school taught by Dr.
Drake to learn about dragons! How exciting! I wish I could go! The first pages or so spends time with Daniel and Beatrice before and during classes.
We learn about dragonology as they learn about it, first by going out into the field and doing some observations. All of these observations must be kept in their journal.
There are plenty of other things that the children get to learn, but I don't want to give it all away. Even though this consumes half the book it is still very interesting because we get to meet a couple of interesting dragons while learning all about dragonology.
It moves at a great pace and I never found any part to be uninteresting because it was so fascinating. Any child you adores dragons will love this! The second half of the book begins their adventure!
Drake have to stop Ignatius from recovering the Dragon's Eye. There is plenty of action, interesting scenes, lots of dragons, and they encounter many problems along the way.
For a children's book it moves at a great pace, but I would have preferred it to be a bit more detailed and move more slowly but children may not prefer this.
I thought the ending was great! It wraps up pretty nicely so you don't actually have to read any of the other books if you don't want to.
However, there was one character who got away with some things and this could lead to problems later.
I would assume this would be their next adventure. Characters The reason why I am not giving this book five stars is because of the characters.
Throughout the entire book, even though their were plenty of good opportunities, we know next to nothing about Daniel and Beatrice.
Because of this I wasn't able to connect with them and care about them they way I should have been able to. They just weren't developed enough.
With other books left in the series I hope I get to know them a little more. Someone has been manipulating both the Greencloaks and Erdas's leaders, all to uncover a powerful relic with the potential to flood the entire world.
To stop this conspiracy, the Heroes of Erdas will need absolute faith in their spirit animals. If they fail, all of Erdas will drown.
Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Spirit Animals: Fall of the Beasts 8. Other Editions 6. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Well, now that they added 4 more books to the series beating out series 1 , the real question now is: are they making a ninth book?
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Aug 13, Jordyn Lyles rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. This is kind of hard for me, finishing the last book in this wonderful series. I loved the series! And this definitely had a great ending!
But, where is Worthy?! I know he survived when we thought he was gone, but where is he now? And I'm also relieved to finish this series, not that I didn't like it, I loved it, but because it is a pretty long series.
I wanted Rollan, Meilin, Abeke, and Conor to have those legendary This is kind of hard for me, finishing the last book in this wonderful series. But it is very awesome and cool that they created there own.
I think there should be a spinoff of this series. In the spinoff series, it could be set maybe years after this book.
If you agree, comment on this review! And in the comments for my review, can someone please tell me how to create a group? I'm in some groups, but how do you create one?
Thanks for reading my review! View 2 comments. Jun 25, Meera rated it really liked it Shelves: series-i-have-finished. Oct 12, Kimberlee rated it liked it Shelves: juvenile-fiction.
I enjoy the four main characters a lot, but this book sort of spiraled into a cartoon finish that was incredibly open ended. I would have actually liked to see where the characters ended up a couple of years down the road, but we're left with them looking off into the unknown once again with the world in chaos all around them.
I still enjoyed the read and I'm happy to see that this series followed through with the arc. I wish the side characters and the main characters had been handled better, but I still recommend this series all the time.
The final book didn't do the series any justice. Jan 22, Audri Henson rated it liked it. This was a really interesting book to read because it follows four adventurers who are all "bonded" to mythical creatures with special powers.
Their "bonds" create a special relationship with their animals so the children are able to summon the animals at will, even if the animals are in a different room or place.
My favorite part of the book is at the very end when the children find out that one of them has been a spy and traitor the whole time.
There's a lot of dramatic irony in the book This was a really interesting book to read because it follows four adventurers who are all "bonded" to mythical creatures with special powers.
There's a lot of dramatic irony in the book because at certain points the author actually hints that one of them is a traitor, but the characters don't know that.
The dynamic between the characters after they find out one of them is a spy is also very interesting to read about, because they start turning on another and can't trust anyone.
I would definitely recommend this book to any animal lovers or people who enjoy reading fantasy adventure novels.