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Absolutely brilliant Loved it, checked it out at the library as a trilogy, can t wait to read the next two. This was a fun story to read Now I am onto the next in the series and have high hopes for this one too Fantasy is so fun The authors can do anything they want If I were an author, this would be my genre. #Download Book Ä Dragon's Gold Ò The Prophecy A Roundear there Shall Surely be Born to be Strong, Raised to be Free Fighting Dragons in his Youth Leading Armies, Nothing Loth Ridding his Country of a Sore Joining Two, then uniting Four Until from Seven there be One Only then will his Task be Done When Kelvin was a child, his mother read to him from the Book of Prophecy and he asked what the poem meant Now he was about to learn The Kingdom of Rud languishes under the heel of a usurper an evil sorcerer has taken the throne in the name of his wicked daughter Even deep in the forest, away from all power, the people tremble and await the day of prophecy s fulfillment It cannot come too soon Charlain and her children are soon to lose their home to the tax collector But Kelvin and Jon have other plans they have found a dragon s territory, where scales of purest gold, shed by the dragon, lie free on the ground for anyone with courage, or innocence, to take And the words of Mouvar the prophet echo across Rud Autism and the God Connection: Redefining the Autistic Experience Through Extraordinary Accounts of Spiritual Giftedness Raised to be Free Fighting Dragons in his Youth Leading Armies La Mina Lisa Nothing Loth Ridding his Country of a Sore Joining Two Stepbrother Bastard (Hawthorne Brothers then uniting Four Until from Seven there be One Only then will his Task be Done When Kelvin was a child The Deniers: The World Renowned Scientists Who Stood Up Against Global Warming Hysteria, Political Persecution, and Fraud - and Those Who are Too Fearful to Do So his mother read to him from the Book of Prophecy and he asked what the poem meant Now he was about to learn The Kingdom of Rud languishes under the heel of a usurper an evil sorcerer has taken the throne in the name of his wicked daughter Even deep in the forest Ravishing Ruby away from all power Wipe Away the Tears the people tremble and await the day of prophecy s fulfillment It cannot come too soon Charlain and her children are soon to lose their home to the tax collector But Kelvin and Jon have other plans they have found a dragon s territory Fire With Fire where scales of purest gold One Thousand and One Arabian Nights shed by the dragon Viaţa şi moartea nefericitului Filimon lie free on the ground for anyone with courage The Greek Way or innocence Catwalk and Overpass to take And the words of Mouvar the prophet echo across Rud The start of a reasonably enjoyable Piers Anthony fantasy series It s nice to see him stretch out beyond his usual Xanth setting, and Kelvin is a decent hero, but the series runs out of steam long before the end of the fifth book. A quick, fun read Can definitly see Piers Anthony s influence in the writing with the light hearted humor don t worry, it s not like one of the pun filled Xanth novels. Everyone has a book that got them into books This is mine This and Intesity. It s a nice book Little bit of humour and tons of fantasy Nice Read. This is the corniest fantasy novel I ever read Attempting to borrow some ideas from Juxtaposition fantasy and Science Fiction worlds adjacent to one another it never really rises to a level of greatness, in fact, it never even makes it to mediocrity The story is contrived, the dialogue weak, the plotting coincidental, and utterly lacking in depth My copy contained the two sequels that followed this novel, and while I tried to move into the second novel, I found it just as hackneyed and poor This is the corniest fantasy novel I ever read Attempting to borrow some ideas from Juxtaposition fantasy and Science Fiction worlds adjacent to one another it never really rises to a level of greatness, in fact, it never even makes it to mediocrity The story is contrived, the dialogue weak, the plotting coincidental, and utterly lacking in depth My copy contained the two sequels that followed this novel, and while I tried to move into the second novel, I found it just as hackneyed and poorly written as the first I did what I rarely do with a book I threw it away I put it in the trash Where it belonged This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here YeasVery match A really great first fantasy for young readers, or just a really good story for older readers Kelvin and his sister, Jon, are two engaging characters who learn a lot about themselves, their heritage, and the world around them in a very short time I m looking forward to readingin this series.