A missing dragon lost while in dog form, confusing science projects, and a mysterious phrase, things heating up from the Hobgoblins. Things couldn t be worse for our keepers, Jesse and Daisy in the newest installment of the dragon keepers series, The Dragon in the Volcano. After Emmy has abandoned her sock nest, along with all her socks in it Jesse and Daisy can only think of one thing to do-- consult Emmy s mother, Leandra of Tourmaline, who says that Emmy has gone in search of a new nest. Emmy found one, a fiery one where everyone wears and eats oxygen; but the weirdness doesn t stop there. Here if you touch water, that part of you is lucky to still be attached. Now one of the Grand Beacons children is plotting to destroy the Fiery Realm. How do the keepers get out of this situation? Are there other forces at work here? Find out in the new, awesome book The Dragon in the Volcano!
The Dragon in the Volcano is a book that I believe was written for the purpose of entertaining people, which I also believe was achieved. The writing in this book flows well and captures and keeps your attention; I read this book two times straight through, which is a good thing. The book was written appropriately for ages 7-12 in my opinion. If you have read this series, then you will like this one , and with the next book, like me, you will have your expectations for it increased. I would recommend this book to anyone that likes dragon and adventure books.
Reviewer City, State and Country: Dickinson, TX United States