Lily Quench And The Search for King Dragon (Lily Quench, #7)
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Lily Quench And The Search for King Dragon (Lily Quench #7)

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In the distant past, during the Great War of the Dragons, Queen Dragon's fiancŽ disappeared through the Eye in Time, never to be heard from again. Now Lily Quench has discovered a clue to his whereabouts, and she must accompany Queen Dragon to find him. They arrive safely in a magical place known as the Valley of Eydelen, land of the dragons, ignorant of the fact that, bac...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published February 17th 2005 by Puffin
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Laura
Nice wrap-up to the series. A little too much darkness and killing for my liking, but given that it was my not-so-age-appropriate choice for my 5 year old, that's kind of my fault as well. Need to find my next heroine series for early readers.
Maisara
When I was 9 years old,I read this book. It was a library book. Lily Quench is a fantasy,so liked it.
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Prior was born in 1963 in Brisbane, Australia, where she also currently lives with her husband and daughter. Her first fiction book, The Amazing Adventures of Amabel, was published in 1990 and her internationally successful children's fantasy series, Lily Quench, has been published in more than twenty countries. Prior's work has been a finalist at the Children's Book Council of Australia Awards as...more
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