A young boy stumbles into a portal that transports him back in time more than a hundred years. The longer he stays, the stronger the bonds of friendship grow. Soon, he finds himself faced with a challenge that could change his life, and the lives of the ones he loves most forever.
The Lost Dragon was an excellent book. It held my interest from page 1 right through to the end. The story was astonishingly well thought out and rendered. I particularly liked the action scenes. I frequently found myself physically moving with the action. I came to quickly care about the characters and what happened to them.
I was somewhat (and only somewhat) put off by the mixing of tenses, sometimes within a single sentence, and by a few spelling errors. None of the errors I mentioned were enough to be too jarring or put me off the story. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading fantasy tales. Well done, Drako!