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Julia Suzuki

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About the Author:

Julia Suzuki is a British author of children's and YA literature.

She is represented by the agency 'Authors Abroad'.

Julia is known for her unique style; threading together adventure and suspense in a magical, epic settings, with stories that are full of powerful messages. Through her ability to touch the emotions, Julia climbs into the reader’s, soul bringing about excitement, hope and promise, as well as new ways of thinking.


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British Arts Council Award 2014
Patron of Reading 2014

Praise for The Land of Dragor:

'Action packed. This book is on fire."
DAVID LLOYD, SPORTS ENTREPRENEUR

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“Dream it. Live it. Love it”
Julia Suzuki, Yoshiko and the Gift of Charms

“I told you it would be difficult! If I were you I would just not bother trying these tasks! They are great challenges, clearly too great for you.” said Guya, but there was a certain sparkle in his eye as he said it.
“I shall complete your tasks, ” said Yoshiko firmly.
“And I’ll be back sooner than you think!”
With that he spread his wings to head for Fire School. “Oh and one more thing Guya” Yoshiko added. Perhaps when I return you will be so kind as to stop calling me a little dragon!”
As Yoshiko flew off Guya chuckled to himself.”
Julia Suzuki, Yoshiko and the Gift of Charms

“Writing is the voice of the heart' Julia Suzuki”
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“Fashion changes, but style endures.”
Coco Chanel

“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.”
William Shakespeare, All's Well That Ends Well

“Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others have greatness thrust upon them.”
William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night

“Doubt thou the stars are fire;
Doubt that the sun doth move;
Doubt truth to be a liar;
But never doubt I love.”
William Shakespeare, Hamlet

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.”
William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar

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message 1: by Maddy (last edited Oct 23, 2014 08:45AM)

Maddy Knapp The Land of Dragor™
This is my review for the book The Land of Dragor: The Gift of Charms
This book was beautifully written. I enjoyed the character development and was very entertained by the whole book. The story is about a young dragon named Yoshiko who is overcoming some obstacles he faces during Fire School. Fire School is where he goes to learn to breathe fire. In the beginning of the book he has been bullied by Igorr and his father Gandar because he can't do certain things that they can and they think it's funny to make fun of him for that. However Yoshiko learns to not listen to him and goes about his day. But later on during the story Yoshiko notices that he is changing color which is not common amongst the other dragons. He would change different colors based on the colors of different clans. So he goes and finds this dragon called Guya and he helps him figure out what's wrong with him. He gives him three tasks to complete. At first he is unable to accomplish these tasks because he is too young. So he looks to Romao to help him train for these tasks he has been assigned. He trains every morning and each morning he becomes stronger. One morning however, Yoshiko is flying around Dragor and leads himself to a dangerous path. At the end of the path he sees Igorr who is directing him a different way to help him out which Yoshiko is surprised about. When he gets there Yoshiko yells at Igorr because he thought Igorr was trying to kill him. After they argue they make a deal to not speak about the incident and Igorr won't call him Feddy anymore (which is an insult to the dragons).
Overall I think this book was very entertaining and I am looking forward to read more of it. It's very action packed and the writing style is very easy to read, it's like you're watching a movie in your head. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading about dragons.


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