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An adventure series for eight to ten-year-old readers. The Chronicals of the House of Chax become deeper in plotline as the reader progresses through the books. There is creative problem solving, sibling rivalry, and a strong not to Authurian legend. Each of the dragons is terrific. The young reader with a passion for dragons and a vivid imagination will be enthralled. The ...more
Paperback, 84 pages
Published June 1st 1998 by Royal Fireworks Publishing Company
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I enjoyed the whole series, and the ending wrapped up nicely, but I have to admit this is my least favorite of the series. A wee too much redundancy in the beginning, and everyone gets matched up with their true love way too easily, and I had trouble reading some of the sappy love language aloud with a straight face. But overall, I think the series is great!
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Since my kids got old enough to understand, I have been a story teller. At first, though the ideas were unique, my writing was insufficient, but I kept writing, and reading, and little by little, I've gotten better. The paradox of it is, as my writing has improved, I have started having a paucity of ideas. I feel somewhat like a writer in an O. Henry story, who snuck about secretly watching human ...more
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