Dragon's Fire by Jane Johnson
  

Dragon's Fire

Written by Jane Johnson

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Full of charm and humour this is brilliant culmination of the Eidolon trilogy is handled with great deftness. Eidolon and Ben’s world seem on the surface to be calm, that is until Ben discovers his neighbours are not quite what they seem and the evil Dodman has employed dinosaurs in his army to try to defeat the Queen of Eidolon. A brilliant showdown between good and evil brings this imaginative trilogy neatly to its conclusion.

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Dragon's Fire by Jane Johnson

The last book of the three part Eidolon Chronicles series that includes The Secret Country, The Shadow World, and Dragon's Fire. Isadora is back in Eidolon, marshalling her forces against the evil Dodman. Back in our world, Ben and his siblings are suspicious of their new neighbour - with his Eidolon eye, Ben can just make out that she's a witch from the Secret Country, and that she's got plans for them, none of them good...The Dodman knows all about the legend of three children from both worlds saving the Secret Country from his clasp - and he'll do anything he can to prevent it. Whirled through the wild roads with the witch, they lose baby Alice, and end up trapped on an isolated beach. But the Nautilus and their old friend Silver swim to their rescue and soon they are on their way to help their mother in her battle against the dinosaurs and other creatures under the Dodman's control. But Isadora's army isn't faring at all well - and before Ben and the others can ride to her rescue, she is captured and taken to the sinister castle for a wedding ceremony unlike any other. But first the Dodman needs to get rid of Ben's dad...It's a fight to the finish, but n a dramatic showdown, young Alice reappears transformed - and vanquishes the Dodman, reuniting her family and claiming back the throne.

Reviews

"Full of the kind of magic a day-dreaming child longs for" Brain Patten

"Promises to be a wonderfully off-beat and original series" Clive Barker

About the Author

Jane Johnson
Jane Johnson is the Publisher of HarperCollins' science fiction and fantasy list, Voyager. She has been involved in the publishing of JRR Tolkien's works for many years and is the author of the official Visual Companions to Peter Jackson's movie trilogy of The Lord Of The Rings. She has written adult novels as both Gabriel King and Jude Fisher, but the Secret Country books are her first for children. She lives in South London and Cornwall, with her two cats.

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Format

Paperback
224 pages

Author

Jane Johnson
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Publisher

Simon & Schuster Ltd

Publication date

7th January 2008

ISBN

9781416925903

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