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  • BN ID: 2940023322766
  • Publisher: New York and London, Harper & brothers
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1918 volume
  • File size: 234 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 19, 2014

    The Dragon Rider~5

    The morning, finally, came for me to leave, to get my dragon. My mother had been crying all day. I packed a sleeping mat, some food, healing herbs, my cloak, and my dagger. I decided to leave Shadow just in case something happens. I met up with Rosslin and Ferndeed. We set out. After two hours of walking up hills and across rivers, we came to an old cottage. It was cozy inside. There, sitting on a stool, sat an old man in the cornor of the cottage. He ramdomly said," Where do you wish to go?" Rosslin answered," To where the northern dragons dwell." " Very well.", the old man responded. He waved his hand and a green portol appeared. We jumped through. At the other end was a frozen waste land. We found a cave and started a fire. I unrolled my sleeping mat and fell asleep. I woke to the sound of sniffing. I felt a tickle on my nose. I rubbed it and my hand hit a scaly snout. My eyes shot open. I was looking into the eyes of a light blue scaled dragon with yellow eyes. The dragons eyes did not have slits. Its eyes looked like human eyes. I touched him or her. She flintched. She let me do it again." That was easy.", I said. Rosslin who was awake said," She was already tamed. She used to have a master. Look she has a sadle." On her back, was brown leather sadle. Her wings fit perfectly through a hole in the sadle. I stood up and walked to the sadle. I jumped on." Iceberg. Thats what I'll call you", I said. I was too busy looking at Iceberg, I didn't notice the two huge dragons enter the cave. They spit ice at me. I felt the ice hit me like a spear. Rosslin and Ferndeed ran over to caln the dragons down. They gave the dragons some rabbits we had caught before coming here. The dragons smelt the meat and instatly calmed down." That wasn't that bad.", Ferndeed said. I moaned and leaned forward in my sadle. Rosslin slid over and caught me before I fell. Iceberg leaned over to see what happened. Her breathe was, surprisingly, warm. I blacked out. ••••••••••• I hope you liked. Next part at next res.~ Kayla.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2012

    Angry mob of readers

    You cant just stop

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 26, 2012

    Will for main character

    Tyrone jenkins or joshua taylor with a nickname of josh

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2012

    Plz

    Hurry upthere really good

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 24, 2012

    DEMIGOD JOURNAL episode #4 (ps wut should the persons name be?)

    Its been a week since a saved the blond haired girl (whos name was annabeth as i found out). We learned to survive in the jungle prison. All of us were Annabeth, Piper, Leo, Jason, Percy, Hazel, and Frank. We also were trying to find out a way to get out. We didnt get an idea or way to get out until one day..........that day we were just doing what we usually do. I was humming a song that i couldnt remember the name of when i heard lots of noises from behind the door. People or things getting knocked over and lots of yelling. Everything went silent and then the door was broken down by a two people who looked around 13 or 14 years old... (next book on next result)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2012

    Andy

    Im on are u?

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    Posted December 13, 2011

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