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Fire Star (The Last Dragon Chronicles Series #3)

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6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

My review of the book "Fire Star", by Chris D'Lacey

This book kept me very curious. From the start to the end, it was a very thrilling adventure. This book took me a while to read, but it was worth it. This book didn't have much humor in it, because this was a partially serious book. Fire Star is part of a series, called...
This book kept me very curious. From the start to the end, it was a very thrilling adventure. This book took me a while to read, but it was worth it. This book didn't have much humor in it, because this was a partially serious book. Fire Star is part of a series, called the David Rain's Dragon Series. Read the first two books called "The Fire Within" and "Icefire". The book that ends the series and that I am currently on is called "The Fire Eternal". Fire Star is a page-turning book. You just keep on wanting to read it. There are a lot of twists and turns in "Fire Star". If you really want a book about mystical creatures and excitement, I definately would reccomend this one. If you decide to read this series, have fun, and if not, here are some other books I recommend.

posted by 1197389 on April 6, 2009

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3 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Great....'Till The End

The book was great right up till the last few pages. Some people may like the ending but I really REALLY don't like it when the author KILLS ya you dead it right KILLS off the main charictor thats like going and saying hay even though the book needs you to stay we don't...
The book was great right up till the last few pages. Some people may like the ending but I really REALLY don't like it when the author KILLS ya you dead it right KILLS off the main charictor thats like going and saying hay even though the book needs you to stay we don't want you here so go off to some cold artic tundra and fight an enchanted/ p mistic polar bear and die stupid really no one cares just go kill yourself the world will br a better place without you! I mean you really just CAN'T do that to the main charictors it is just wrong. I read this about a year ago and I am still ticked off that that Mr. D'lancy just Killed David off. That is really the only thing that I have agenst this book other wise they were great easy quick reads. Sorry that i ruined the end for some people but I really just do not like the book because of the end

posted by Stephanie_Nicholle on March 20, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 17, 2008

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    Before I go on about the 'Boring beginning and weird ending' in my title, let me say this. The middle was fantastic. I'm very glad Chris D'lacey introduced polar bears to the story, as they are a huge improvement to squirrels. Now for the negativities. I extremely disliked how the author potrayed monks (christian monks) in the book. Most of them seemed to be snotty, self-centered, and arrogant. Also, something happened in the very last chapter that I did not like at all (I can't tell what it is because it would ruin the ending). All in all, the middle kind of cleans up the bad parts and the boring first 50 pages, but not entirely. I would reccommend this book for only people ages 12+.

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    Bloodshatter

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  • Posted February 8, 2011

    cool

    i love this book so far but bont take this sireisly becuse i just stared the book but the begining it is great. best wishes iggy

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2008

    Why Death?

    The death of David dissapoints me. But when I think about it he can't die. If Fain can't be touched by this world, he can't die. Since he is part Fain, only the human part of his body can die. This book would be outstanding, if it wasn't for the death.

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