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Tears of a Dragon (Dragons in Our Midst #4)

4.24 of 5 stars 4.24  ·  rating details  ·  1,829 ratings  ·  47 reviews
Victory in the Circles of Seven came at a great cost to Billy Bannister and Bonnie Silver. A vicious evil was unleashed on the earth that only the dragons can defeat. With Billy’s father, the great Clefspeare, missing, Billy and Bonnie must lead the dragons into war against the Watchers—demonic beings as old as the earth itself. Masters at the art of deception, the Watche ...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published October 28th 2005 by Living Ink Books
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Now that the Watchers are free, Billy and his friends embark on the final showdown. Billy and Bonnie go after Clefsphere, journeying into a new world that is more familiar than they suspected, while everyone else organizes the remaining dragons for war. Morgan takes a new hostim. The Watchers battle with strength and treachery.

Really, it's impossible to know how to summarize the book without giving everything away. In fact, if you read the Acknowledgements section at the beginning, you've read t
What a great ending to the series! I'm not sure who I like most, Billy, Bonnie, or Walter! Oh dear, that Walter.

That ending--whew!
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Update 9.30.13: Every time I read it, I love it a little more :D
Incredibly cheesy, shallow, simplistic, unrealistic, and condescending (in a lighthearted sort of way). With flat characters, patronizing dialogue, and meaningless villains and death, nothing in this book can be taken seriously.

Medieval sorceresses and hellish demons that say things like "Enough chichat!" or "Oh, don't play dumb, my little brainiac." or "I know you're up to something," or "What do you think I am, your tour guide? I'll shake this plane so hard, you'll hear your own bones rattle!"
Dec 01, 2014 Gloria rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Anyone; fantasy lovers; dragon aficionados
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This fabulous story to Dragons in Our Midst comes to a satisfying conclusion. Billy has unleashed the Watchers a group of Fallen Angels from the seventh circle in the process of trying to free his Father's spirit that was cast into the abyss he also freed the Watchers, but his Father's spirit disappeared after he destroyed the pit. What happened to him? It's Billy task to go on another adventure to find his Father everything depends on him finding his Dad. The only thing that can defeat the Watc ...more
Storyline - The final battle is near. There is just one more thing Billy and Bonnie have to do. They must go to where the dragon's spirits have been waiting to be freed and free them. Simple enough. But with Morgan on the loose and going after Billy's friends and the demons, the Watchers, getting ready for battle, the clock is ticking and everything is at stake. Also, the place where the dragons are is a strange place and not all the dragons believe Billy and Bonnie. Can they save the dragons an ...more
Mar 03, 2012 Nerissa rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommended to Nerissa by: Mrs Jones (school librarian)
Shelves: 2012-reads, favorites
Tears of a Dragon gives a heart-warming and stunning ending to the Dragons in our Midst series. The final battle of the Watchers and dragons was heart-wrenching and I simply seemed to be witnessing it personally. I absolutely adore the series, it brought me closer to God and taught me to have faith no matter what condition I am in. How Mr Davis had intertwined the legends, reality, spiritual truths, imagination and God into a single series was amazing! I can never imagine someone having the abil ...more
Wow. As I started reading this book, I quickly realized that the events in this book are the ones that transpired at the end of the Eye of the Oracle. And it upset me, because I knew how everything was going to end, and I didn't want things to end that way. But then I read the book, and found that I was wrong. Yes, the events in this book did also happen in the Eye of the Oracle, but since in this book I'm getting a different angle of the events, I got more of the story, and it didn't end the wa ...more
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Warren Duke
this book was full of adventurer and action full of info about god and king Arthur there is also a bit of romance in it for the women and a bunch of stuff about sword and stuff for the guys...
Mason Settles
By far my favorite of the Dragons in our Midst series, this is the most action filled of them all. The last of it's series, it brings everything to close in a very dramatic and touching way.
I loved the entire 'Dragons In Our Midst' series, and Tears of a Dragon was a great ending. The story was entertaining and I liked how the characters start to mature more. It ties up a lot of loose ends, but leaves open new mysteries for 'Oracles of Fire' to solve. I also love how Bryan Davis always clearly shows how good conquers evil in the end. (SPOILER ALERT!) It was also satisfying that all the Dragons got a choice of how to become, and that Billy's father became human again. The emotions i ...more
The Dragons in Our Midst books are the absolute BEST EVER!!!! They are exciting and full of surprises. I couldn't put any of them down. Everyone should read them!
Mar 24, 2014 Olivia added it
it Gets confusing in some parts but is a great story!
Larthrain Anon
This series had great potential, and had a good plot with good (if cliche) characters that felt familiar. Unfortunately, the writing was painful to get through. It's not that it was bad. I just felt that I had to force myself to read this series that was full of good metaphors, meaningful spiritual anecdotes, and good ethical questions. Most of which were hard to appreciate because reading the whole thing felt like wading through clay.
Yet again, another AWESOME book!!! They just get better and better! I'm so sad that I've read them all, but I can't wait to read the other series!!!!
This book was I think the best of all four, though "The Candlestone" rates a close second. This one is a "Stay up til 3 am" book, while the other three only made it til 2 am ;D I wonderful final installment, in a truely awesome series of books!!!!!!!!
Elaine White
Just as good, if not better, than the rest of the series. I think I might be in love with Billy Bannister...and Jared Bannister...and maybe even Clefspeare. I just love the whole series and can't wait to get round to Oracles of Fire series.
I loved this book but the first few chapters i was very bored but when i finally got into the book it was way better. And at the end i have 1 question;Dose Bonnie still have her wings or not? Itnever told you.
Mary Ann
Don't know why this book left me feeling unsatisfied. I think all of the characters brought back from the dead made even fantasy seem even more unreal than the norm.
Dan Calma
Oct 25, 2007 Dan Calma rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Everyone
This book and the books before it are really good. They are about Dragons, love, faith, war, and trust. They had me wanting more from beginning to end.
Su Williams
Jan 01, 2013 Su Williams rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: YA readers/middle grade
Bryan Davis is such an intelligent man. (And really nice too!) The Dragons in our Midst series is so well written, so imaginative.
Apr 16, 2008 Awesome rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who love fantasy and adventure!!!
Recommended to Awesome by: Sarah Zimmerman
OMGOODNESS!!!!!! I LOVED THIS BOOK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! definately my fav of the four in the series!!!!!! SOOO GOOOD!!!!!!!!
Cathrine Bonham
A good end to a Good series. It doesn't tie up every loose end but that is what the Oricals of Fire series is for.
This was another book that made me question my beliefs. It is a great series, and i reccomend it to all.
Kathleen Storrs
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A final climax of the series, an action packed story that leads up to the ending perfectly.
Not really what I was expecting, and a little odd with all the demons, but not bad.
Teri Jackson

in this book bonnies mom dies and it is just so sad i wanted to cry.
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Bryan Davis is the author of the best-selling Dragons in Our Midst and Oracles of Fire series, contemporary/fantasy blends for young people. He has two books coming out this spring, Last of the Nephilim, the third book in the Oracles of Fire series, and Beyond the Reflection’s Edge, the first book in the new Echoes from the Edge series.

Bryan is also the author of several other works including The
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