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Icefire by Chris d'Lacey
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Jun 09, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 11th-grade-q-4
Read in February, 2011

This book is an okay book. That is my hook. This book is not a very good one, because it is very boring, and can lead to spontaneous sleeping spells. Chris D'Lacy wrote this series of dragon books, without the dragons. There are dragons, just not as a person would think a dragon is.
This book is about a man named David living in a house with his landlord and her daughter. The landlord creates clay dragons that David soon realizes come to life, and have a purpose. David goes to find the origin of the dragons, and must travel to the arctic in order to find the last dragon on earth, which is ironic, since fire does not usually thrive in extrememly cold weather.
I recommend this book to readers who do not like a lot of action or suspense in their books, but like calm books about relationships and dragon fantasies. In reality, this book does not do dragons, who are supposed to be ferocious, giant creatures justice, since they are as small as clay dolls.
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Alexa You may not think that there is action and suspense in this series but there is. David got speared in the heart with ice. An evil group tries to take over the world. Hello, action and suspense.

Danielle And *spoiler* David goes through the realms of dark matter and comes back as a polar bear. Seriously?ACTION. SUSPENSE!!

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