Children's Fantasy: Where Dragons Fly - Book 1: Night of the Drackin

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Thirteen year-old twins, Cirra and Jace, learn that dragons are real when a youngling Tonk falls into their modern-day lives. The magic hole it fell through is 200 miles straight up and the dragon is too small to fly that high. The hole will close in 24 hours, and that will seal the little dragon’s death. To save Tonk, the twins must outsmart a brutal sheriff and a killer. Both want the dragon. More

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About Robert Ghent

Robert has been creating stories for his children and grandchildren for decades and now he has learned that the fun side of high adventure, danger, and surprise is writing it. His creativity, which earned him several engineering patents, is now cranking out pages of dreams for anyone wanting to excape reality with him.

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Review by: jeanna lamb on Nov. 06, 2011 :
The heartfelt, brave and endearing character of Cirra loves the excitement of the challenges she faces in her adventure. I don't want to give the story away, but with dragons (small, large, good and bad ones) magic, dangers and adventures, this book has it all!! After your Mom calls "lights out" You will want to get under you covers with your flashlight and keep reading to see what happens next!

I highly recommend this book! Robert Ghent has laid the groundwork here for his next exciting and fun book to read.
Now, I'm ready for the next book.

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