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The Slayers Of Dragonhome epub ebook

by John Peel

The Slayers Of Dragonhome epub ebook

Author: John Peel
Category: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Dragonhome Books (November 10, 2011)
Pages: 318 pages
ISBN: 0615567088
ISBN13: 978-0615567082
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 162
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Her dragons are growing and so is her family.

Her dragons are growing and so is her family. Raiders are trying to kill her, slayers are hunting her dragons and there's a mad god on the loose. Similar books by other authors.

John Peel was born in Nottingham, England. He moved to New York in 1981 to get married and lives on Long Island with his wife and pack of minpins. He has written over 100 books, including the "Diadem" series, "The Secret of Dragonhome" and tie-ins for shows like "Doctor Who" and "Star Trek".

The Slayers of Dragonhome book. He later wrote several more original Daleks nov John Peel is the author of Doctor Who books and comic strips. The long-awaited sequel to The Secret Of Dragonhome  . Notably, he wrote the first original Doctor Who novel, Timewyrm: Genesys, to launch the Virgin New Adventures line. In the early 1990s he was commissioned by Target Books to write novelisations of several key Terry Nation Dalek stories of the 1960s after the rights were finally worked out.

The Slayers Of Dragonhome. John Peel was born in Nottingham, England. ISBN 10: 0615567088 ISBN 13: 9780615567082. About the Author: John Peel was born in Nottingham, England.

Book in the Dragonhome Series). The long-awaited sequel to "The Secret Of Dragonhome". Melayne is back and in trouble, as usual. Her dragons are growing and so is her family. The Siege Of Dragonhome.

John Ronald Peel 1954 (age 65–66) Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England, United Kingdom. Nicholas Adams Rick North . A friend of the television writer Terry Nation, Peel wrote novelisations of several Doctor Who stories for Target Books featuring Nation's Daleks; he is reportedly one of the few writers to have been willing to do so, given the high percentage of the author's fee that Nation's agents demanded for the rights to use the Daleks. The Slayers of Dragonhome.

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John Peel (born 1954) is a British writer, best known for his TV series tie-in . Eerie, Indiana series.

John Peel (born 1954) is a British writer, best known for his TV series tie-in novels and novelisations. Eerie, Indiana: Bureau of Lost (). Eerie, Indiana: Simon and Marshall's Excellent Adventure (). James Bond, Jr. series.

The secret of Dragonhome. by. Peel, John, 1954-. Melayne and her young brother Sarrow take refuge from the King in Dragonhome, the castle of the mysterious Lord Sander. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe1. hongkong on December 17, 2018. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

The long-awaited sequel to "The Secret Of Dragonhome". Melayne is back and in trouble, as usual. Her dragons are growing and so is her family. Raiders are trying to kill her, slayers are hunting her dragons and there's a mad god on the loose.
Reviews (7)
DART-SKRIMER
This is a wonderful book/series. I really got into this series when I was in elementary school and bought the first book for my mother from the Scholastic Book Fair at school. I made her read it to me and fell in love. The first book "The Secret of Dragonhome" really ignited a passion for reading in me.
After waiting YEARS for a continuation of the original book and never knowing if it would come, I started checking every couple of years. So imagine my extreme pleasure at seeing this book! I actually bought it a couple years back, but I was quite disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it is still a wonderful book and a great read, but I felt like it left off at a worse place than the first book. However, within three years a third book was released and it renewed my love for the author and this book!
This follows very soon (a few years later, but no plot missed) after the first book. It brings up new obstacles and answers old (very old for those of us who read the first book in 1998) questions. I think he did a wonderful job in continuing the story.

My only problem with these books is that, while I love a strong female lead character, the men in this series are all either moody, crazy, and bloodthirsty, or ridiculously sappy, silly, and useless for more than emotional support. Lord Sander was a little silly in the first book... in this and the next volume though, he is just pathetic. I don't know why authors seem to think both sexes can't be intelligent and capable at the same time.

Kagda
The first of the series was my absolute fav back in middle school. I decided to re read it recently and it's still great. Didnt realize there were sequels now! This was good and about to start the 3rd

Whitesmasher
My husband introduced me to the first book, The Secret of Dragonhome. I loved it. When I found out there were sequel books, I jumped right on them. They showed up today and..... Oh my. They look like crap. The print quality of the covers looks like they were tweeked in MS Paint after being blown up too big. They don't even remotely look like the first book. They're also huge paperbacks. I was expecting average sized. I'm just hoping the story is still as good as the first one.

mym Ђудęm ęгσ НuK
I am so disappointed with this book. I waited a very long time for a sequel to Dragonhome. I want to know who these characters are and what did they did with the characters I grew up loving. Who edited this book and how did it make it? The cover is horrible, the book is not consistent and there are a ton of errors. The plot is weak at best and the characters are ridiculous. Throughout the whole book I found myself actually exclaiming loudly, "WTF am I reading!?". I am so glad that amazon will let you return books because I returned this for a full refund. It was awful.

Ice_One_Guys
I bought the first book when I was in middle school from a scholastic book fair. I really liked the book and read it multiple times. It had many of my favorite elements in it. Dragons, people with magic talents, and talking animals. I don't like the cheesey disney movies, but in a well done story they're awesome. The only problem with the first book is that they leave you on a cliff hanger. I won't spoil it for anyone who hasn't read it, but I figure if you're looking at the second book of a series that came out so long ago, you've probably read the first on and know what I'm talking about.

Well I periodically looked up info on the author when I thought about it every few years. Finally, I see the shocking news that he's writing a sequel to the first book. I'm excited and order the book as soon as it comes out. I re-read the first book and while I still really liked it I saw some holes in the writing that I obviously overlooked as a kid, but since I've read a wider range of books I could see the issues. Sadly, while I could over look the problems with the first book, I had real trouble over looking them in the second book. There were just some areas that really didn't make sense to me as an adult reader. I suppose if I was a kid, they wouldn't be glaring, but they are to me now. It's mostly just logic issues and things happening for no reason or not a very good reason. Young people, even ones with special powers, shouldn't have been able to accomplish some of the things they did that easily. It seemed like a lot of things happened because the main character thought they should be that way and not because of how things would actually play out. It like if you were being mugged and you told the guy he couldn't mug you because it was wrong and you worked hard for that money and he said, "Oh, you're right. Sorry to have bothered you." I think the story would have been a better story if they'd had to struggle more.

I did like the way he went with the story. He pulled elements he'd touched on in the first book and made them part of the story in the second book. Again, it could have been done better and the conclusion to a major story line leaves you feeling like, "What, that's how it ends? You spend all this time building up to it and that's what you're going to go with? Come on!"

So while I still enjoyed reading the first book, and the second book was a little hard to get through. i do recommend you read it to get a sense of closure instead of the feeling of being left hanging the first one gives you. He also ends the book with, "...to be continued in '_____'." So there will be a third book and I hope he does a better job concluding the series, because I know he has the talent.

Washington
great read

Zainian
I particularly like this series. I just wish the author was a little quicker writing the books (as long as his writing doesn't suffer for it). I would say the ideal audience for this series is the early to mid teens.

Everyone's a critic. Yes the first book was utterly amazing. Not all sequels can be better than the original but this series inspired me to be a writer. Without this book I wouldn't have a benchmark for where I want my writing to take me. Mr. Peel please continue this story!

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