A brutal war against the united hobgoblin tribes rages, and Quenelda longs to accompany her hero Dragon Lord father into battle. But when the elite Stealth Dragon Services is ambushed and defeated - due to the dark treachery of the Grand Master - and her father is presumed dead, the Seven Sea Kingdoms are thrown into turmoil. Evil plots swirl - with even Quenelda's own belA brutal war against the united hobgoblin tribes rages, and Quenelda longs to accompany her hero Dragon Lord father into battle. But when the elite Stealth Dragon Services is ambushed and defeated - due to the dark treachery of the Grand Master - and her father is presumed dead, the Seven Sea Kingdoms are thrown into turmoil. Evil plots swirl - with even Quenelda's own beloved dragon in mortal danger - but Quenelda finds a magical, secret solace at the heart of the fabled fortress Dragon Isle. Can she use her new powers to set the tide of victory turning against the hobgoblins?...
|Title||:||Flight to Dragon Isle|
|Number of Pages||:||368 Pages|
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Flight to Dragon Isle Reviews
Without doubt one of the best books I've read this year, the second in what looks to be a wildly successful fantasy series. 12 year old Quenelda is the daughter of Earl Rufus DeWinter, Dragon Lord and commander of the Stealth Dragon Services. Quenelda should be going to Grimalkin's College for Young Ladies and learning to curtsey properly, but instead she harbours an ambition to attend the Dragon Isle Battle Academy, because Quenelda is a Dragon Whisperer; she can communicate with dragons through telepathy and her dreams.There is an ongoing war against the hobgoblins. Word comes of the defeat of the hobgoblin leader; a decisive strike could lead to victory. However, there is treacherous use of Maelstrom Magic, and the SDS and dragons are smashed. Quenelda's father is missing, presumed killed and the perpetrator of the treachery takes over as Lord Protector of the Seven Seas Kingdom. Can Quenelda and Root, her squire, survive the dangerous journey to prevent further tragedy?Highly recommended to 9+, particularly for fans of Harry Potter and other fantasy series.
I adore The Dragon Whisperer. It is one of my most favourite book, but then this book come along and I high hopes and it was a little disappointing.It sort of skimmed over bits, especially that moment that Quenelda had been waiting for her WHOLE LIFE! Also, they killed off one of the best characters which still has me crying. PEOPLE WHO ARE GOING TO READ THIS, BE WARNED!!! On the upside though, there were plenty of new characters which was great. It was nice to meet some more characters. Also Darcy's character was expanded and fleshed out, which was good. He still needs more work though. I am left on tendered hooks though, Hugo, I'm wondering whether something is seriously wrong with him. Is he dying, is he very sick? I have hopes that the next book will play around with that a bit more. That would be awesome!
Again, once I started I couldn´t stop reading Hare Lucinda´s second book from The Dragonsdome Chronicles (Flight to Dragon Isle)!It made me smile and laugh, and it made me cry. This book is very well written, detailed and easy to read. Though it has a bit darker tone than the first book, it still captivated my attention. It shows our world in a way. Some scenes reminded me of my life, and fight for the animals, and that´s one of the reasons I love this book.I can´t wait to read book three, Dragon Lords Rising, to read about Quenelda and Root´s next adventures, if they will be able to fight the "Lord Protector", and, of course, to read about my new favourite dragon Two Gulps Too Many.
Amusingly interesting, nice setting and characters.
A very good dragon based fantasy novel..a sequel to "Dragon whispherer". It keeps the momentum. Can't wait for the next book in the series :)