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Fire Star (2006)

di Chris D'Lacey

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Serie: The Last Dragon Chronicles (3)

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David Rain is faced with the most perilous task yet when Gwilanna returns, this time determined to resurrect the dragon Gawain on the ice cap of the Tooth of Ragnar, unless David and her friends can stop her.
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  LynneQuan | Sep 27, 2017 |
Fire Star was a good book. I thought Fire Star was a book with a lot of details. Which I thought was good and bad. Though it did have a nice plot. Fire Star is a good book for 10-14 year olds. I hope you enjoy the book if you read it! ( )
  Alexa10345 | Aug 30, 2016 |
A good book for young adults and teens. ( )
  Bookslesstravelled | Jun 20, 2016 |
Fire Star is the third book in the Last Dragon Chronicles, by Chris d'Lacey. The same characters that appeared in the previous books appear in this book. David is in the Arctic, studying global warming and writing a story. The story comes out to be true and Zanna disappears. At the same time, Lucy is abducted by Gwillanna. Gwillinanna wants to awaken Gawain, the last dragon, however she is defeated by a Fain. Grockle is awakened again and sets out to put Gawain's final piece together, but he is captured and Arthur, Lucy's father saves him. In the end, David sacrifices himself to save the world.
This was probably my favorite book this far into the series. If there was a six stars, I'd give it! It combines fantasy and sci-fi. I found the ending super- sad. I wonder what the next book will be about. I hope David survives(somehow), so we can see him in the next book. In all, I love this book! ( )
  JanW.B1 | Oct 21, 2013 |
Review by: Trisha

Tough topics: violence/ death/ cruelty/ dark magic
David Rain is a college student on a trip to the Arctic to help him with the book he's writing. David has two clay magical dragons named Gadzooks and G’reth. Gadzooks helps him write when he's stuck. G'reth gives him a wish. On his trip David realizes that everything he writes becomes part of reality. His girlfriend Zanna also realizes. She starts telling David's college teacher about it. When the person asks David to show him David deleted it. Him and Zanna broke up. He left the Arctic to go back to the Pennykettle’s house. Liz Pennykettle kept him there for a while. She made him then make a clay dragon which would be given a fire tear to become magical. He sculpted it with his eyes closed to keep the image of a dragon that popped into his head. When the dragon was fully kilned he named it Golly Gosh. A few days later he noticed he had to go back. When he got back the evil witch Gwillana brought back the first ever true dragon Gawain. The Void magically made a spear come out of the ice, not knowing Gawains fire tear was in the ice. The Void stabbed him. Zanna came just in time to hear David tell them about Gawains fire tear. He died in Zannas arms.
The part I liked the best was when David made Golly Gosh. The part I disliked was when David died.
I think people who are really into dragons should read this trilogy (The Fire Within, Icefire and Fire Star) because that is what the books are about. All together I give this book a four, because it was good but it could have been better. ( )
  bplteen | Apr 27, 2012 |
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Chris D'Laceyautore primariotutte le edizionicalcolato
Koob-Pawis, PetraÜbersetzerautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato
Nowatzyk, NoraIllustratoreautore secondarioalcune edizioniconfermato

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