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Brass Dragon Codex by R.D. Henham
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Mar 12, 2012

it was amazing
Read in August, 2009

Brass Dragon Codex (The Dragon Codices)
by R. D. Henham

A Thrill For The Adventure Lover In Me

This review is from: Brass Dragon Codex (The Dragon Codices) (Hardcover)
Brass Dragon Codex
In a world where Dragons haunt the sky looking for victims, no one feels safe.
That is until they come face to face with the Brass Dragon.

Hector, a gnome, has invented a device that will be his life's quest. He will change the communication between the gnome and the dwarf kingdoms. But, how will he prove his invention works, if no one will believe in him?

At a time when even his best friend Amber has deserted him, Hector finds a great friend in Tumbleweed, the orphaned dragon who has come to save his life. The only problem is, Brass Dragons love to talk. The dragon has found someone to talk to and he isn't about to let Hector go. Will Hector be able to prove himself? Will the Brass Dragon ever let him go? Will Hector be able to keep his invention away from thieves and men who wish to use his device to do evil?

I really enjoyed Rebecca Shelley as a scribe for R. D. Henham. She has a cleaver use of words and her plot kept me wanting more. This is a cute and quirky tale of the Brass Dragon, although he is small for a dragon, he became a powerful ally for a dwarf on a mission.

Jill Ammon Vanderwood: author of Middle Grade Books
Through the Rug
Through The Rug: Follow That Dog
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