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Because if something hasn't been seen it might exist! This book was I think it accomplished what it was aiming to do, so for that I give it props.
Steers style is reminiscent of a lesser Lemony Snicket, and the book clearly came out of the interactive field guide books.
Its geared towards a younger audience, and I think its a fun read for that specific age group. May 19, Ashley rated it really liked it.
Daniel and Beatrice are siblings who, when their parents cannot come home after 4 years as expected, they are taken under the care of Dr.
Drake a family friend. Daniel and Beatrice have no idea what they are doing there and are not sure about it first, but a short time later they realize they are going to be going to school taught by Dr.
Drake to learn about dragons! How exciting! I wish I could go! The first pages or so spends time with Daniel and Beatrice before and during classes.
We learn about dragonology as they learn about it, first by going out into the field and doing some observations. All of these observations must be kept in their journal.
There are plenty of other things that the children get to learn, but I don't want to give it all away. Even though this consumes half the book it is still very interesting because we get to meet a couple of interesting dragons while learning all about dragonology.
It moves at a great pace and I never found any part to be uninteresting because it was so fascinating.
Any child you adores dragons will love this! The second half of the book begins their adventure! Drake have to stop Ignatius from recovering the Dragon's Eye.
There is plenty of action, interesting scenes, lots of dragons, and they encounter many problems along the way. For a children's book it moves at a great pace, but I would have preferred it to be a bit more detailed and move more slowly but children may not prefer this.
I thought the ending was great! It wraps up pretty nicely so you don't actually have to read any of the other books if you don't want to.
However, there was one character who got away with some things and this could lead to problems later.
I would assume this would be their next adventure. Characters The reason why I am not giving this book five stars is because of the characters. Throughout the entire book, even though their were plenty of good opportunities, we know next to nothing about Daniel and Beatrice.
Because of this I wasn't able to connect with them and care about them they way I should have been able to.
They just weren't developed enough. With other books left in the series I hope I get to know them a little more. Drake was my favorite character.
What we learn about him isn't much either, but it is more than the children. At first I wasn't sure what kind of person he was because when first encountering the character he seems harsh and rude, but then we learn that he is a loving and caring person.
He adores dragons and does just about anything to ensure their safety and he knows a lot about dragonology. By far my favorite character so far in the series, though there are not many to choose from.
Drake could have been more interesting. Though their are glimpses of the evil characters in this book we don't know too much about them other than what Dr.
Drake has told us. Ignatius Crook believes that the Dragon's Eye is rightfully his and that he should be the next Dragon Master but many others think otherwise.
He is an evil, horrible person and there doesn't seem to be any good in him whatsoever. He is your run of the mill bad character.
I wish he would have been a little more interesting. Writing I loved the writing of the book! I don't have any complaints! There were even some charts provided so we could see what the children were writing in the journals, and I loved the illustrations even though there were only a few.
Perfectly written and I believe that younger children won't have a hard time reading it. Overall Thoughts This is an interesting book and a great beginning to what looks like an amazing series.
Anyone who loves dragons will love to read this book and it can be enjoyed by both children and adults alike. Although some parts weren't detailed enough for me and I wish others would have moved more slowly, and the lack of character development, it is still a great, interesting story that will be enjoyed by all.
Jun 12, Marthese Formosa rated it really liked it. I had this book since and finally read it! I love dragons so that was why I bought it.
For a children's book it is quite interesting. I has a lot of different mythologies incorporated and it is quite adventurous.
Sometimes the action descriptions fall short, but most of the time they make sense. It's probably my own life situations, but the three main characters at first annoyed me in turn.
Beatrice, who I like as a character annoyed me because she did not believe Daniel. I guess, she has I had this book since and finally read it!
I guess, she has been trying to act like an adult and take care of her brother for many years though. Then Daniel annoyed me because yes he has a sense of adventure, but he should also try to protect himself!
Even as a young child, preservation is there. Then Beatrice and Daniel annoyed me because had they communicated, it would have avoided certain misunderstandings.
However, they do realize this early one and it gets better. Drake annoyed me because he expected Daniel to do and not do things without explicitly telling him, forgetting his age.
This too does get better! He truly does teach the children a lot. And this book is a good foundation for building a 'Dragonology' for us to understand the workings of their world.
The other characters, in their brief mentions, were also described a lot in a way. I like Alicia and her quick thinking at times and her and Beatrice showing Billy wrong.
In the end, Billy does come around. Darcy is a great character that shows interest in learning and teaching. Emery and madam Gamay are also interesting and I hope to see more of them in the series.
I also wish to see Beatrice's perspective as it would be interesting to be in her head. I like how notes seem 'handwritten' and the dragon record book entries.
They give the story more realness. I also liked the illustrations and pictures at the beginning of the chapters which along with the title give a hint of what's going to happen.
Most of all, the Dragon behaviour was really interesting! Something which seemed strange was how they kept loosing their luggage and not worry.
I get that they had bigger worries, but at least a mention should have been merited. I think if you like A series of unfortunate events, dragon, and adventure, you'll like this series.
Nov 16, Preston rated it really liked it. Steer is a great book for Dragon People. Personally I like dragons but this book had a ton of imformation on this book.
The Dragon's Eye is about two twelve year old siblings named Beatrice and Daniel whose parents have been gone for four years on a mission in India for business.
They recieve a letter from their parents telling them that they will not be home and that they are going to stay with an old friend named Dr.
During their stay with Dr. Drake, they are included in a secret Dragon Society. When evil arises, they go on a mission to retrieve the Dragon Eye Jewel befor the evil Ignatius Crook does.
I came across this book when my mom gave it to me for my birthday. The major themes of this book are to protect dragons, learn more about them, and to stop evil.
Based on the cover, I thought the book was going to be like a documentary, but I was suprised when I started to read it and it turned out to be an actual story.
But the hint of the book's title did let me know that it was all about dragons. A no-dur moment. The style of the book is that the reader has to have knowledge about this topic to understand it.
Before I read this boo, I did not know anything about dragons. As I read it, I learned more about the topic and started to understand more and more.
I liked the style of writing overall. The book was a little different from some of Dugald A. Steer's other books, but it was very good and a little slow at some parts.
I recommend this book to almost any age as long as you can read. It would be good for young children because fantasy rules. For adults and teens it is a little boring in the fact that Dragons are not real.
This might be different for some people but overall, I will admit that it is a little boring at some parts. The end is the most eventful part.
Nov 26, Samantha rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Fans of Dragons. Shelves: reviewed , dragons. Let me just start by saying I love dragons and fantasy.
Needless to say, I began this book with the mindset that I would really enjoy it, and I did. Steer did not disappoint. As usual, I did my read 2 chapters before bed-time and see how bad you want to keep going or stop.
Who was that lady? What was in the crate? What's going on? Sneaking in chapter after chapter, I was simply thrilled by this book!
Drake who is at first glance obsessed with dragons. He owns a dragon memorabilia shop and for some strange reason, something is flying around in a room blowing steam out of its nostrils Or are they?
This book takes us on a journey of education, problem solving and adventure. I figured out all the little questions asked when presented with a problem.
I wanted to help save the dragons and stop Ignatius Crook! This book, although slightly predictable is still fun for young dragon apprentices. I enjoyed it and can't wait to see if they tie up the loose ends in Volume 2.
With a fun cast of characters and suspense, Steer really presented an adventure of Dragon-sized proportions European like Scorcher, not Knucker like Weasel.
I love it so much it hurts. Apr 30, Pam rated it really liked it Shelves: middle-grades. This book wraps the series well.
The four heroes solve the mystery behind the emperor's assassination and find the final Greencloak gift. They save Erdas and help bring peace back to the countries.
Jul 29, Sarah Newman rated it liked it Shelves: audiobook. This was really well-written, with some fun ideas. Aug 15, Kirsten rated it really liked it.
Well thought out, good ending to this series. It has been fun to read with my 9 year old. Them making bond tokens felt cheap and unsetup. The bond tokens felt to easy to make.
Dec 20, Cory rated it really liked it. The ending was a little abrupt after having invested in seven books leading up to this point, but I still really loved it.
Feb 05, Kim Siniff rated it it was amazing. I love this book and the series. Apr 06, Livia [ Livvy ] rated it really liked it. That was a good conclusion to this series.
At least, I hope that was the actual end now because I don't think I can handle more stories about these 4 after 15 books.
Oct 24, Emily rated it it was amazing. Dec 04, Ashley rated it liked it. A decent book, though anticlimactic for the last installment of the series.
Great but ended kindred weird. Awsome The best one of the series yet. I loved it. I hope there will be more to this series someday.
Jun 01, Salima rated it really liked it. May 03, Haley rated it it was ok. I still enjoyed the storyline but I felt like I could predict a lot of things that happened, it didn't keep me turning pages.
May 11, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. This is my favorite Spirit Animals book. The characters really went all-out this time, and it was super cool to see just how far they've come and to get an idea of how far they will go yet.
This is book claims the spot for the darkest plot in the search for the relics and the battle against the Oathbound. The final book in the entire series so far is this one, and to truly know the Spirit Animals series, read this book.
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