Dragons Don't Dream

Rated 4.00/5 based on 6 reviews
There once was a Dragon who could not dream...

Learn what happens when a Dragon cannot fly and what happens when she comes to the aid of a Phoenix...
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Words: 1,220
Language: English
About Jamieson Wolf

Jamieson has been writing since a young age when he realized he could be writing instead of paying attention in school. Since then, he has created many worlds in which to live his fantasies and live out his dreams.

He is a Number One Best Selling author (he likes to tell people that a lot) of over 40 different books.

He currently lives in Ottawa Ontario Canada with his cat, Mave, who thinks she's people.

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Review by: Mike White on Dec. 25, 2016 :
What a sad and lovely story. I particularly loved the fact that it had an unexpected ending. The author managed to do a lot in only a few pages, and I appreciated the original and sympathetic take on dragons. It's also always positive to see powers in fiction depicted with consequences.
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Review by: Bobb B on Dec. 24, 2016 :
Worth the 5 stars, could have gone the dark route, but just mildly sad in a part.
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Review by: Gerty So on Jan. 23, 2013 :
I enjoyed this read.... Took me on another adventure...... I love books like that......
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Review by: Peter Dressler on July 12, 2012 :
I can see this as a children's story with illustrations with it. I think my six year old would have enjoyed it, but the death motif may be a little strong for that age group.
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Review by: Gabion on April 17, 2012 :
An interesting tale that suffers from poor grammar and ill-chosen words at time. Is this a child's story? If so, then appropriate words need to be used. Is it an adult's story? if so, then it is juvenile. Good plot - requires better execution.
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Review by: Rachelle Reese on April 26, 2009 :
Dragons Don't Dream is a pleasant fairy tale that entertains and teaches without being too moralistic. With some editing and illustrations, it would be an excellent children's book. The story made me smile.
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