Jonah and the Last Great Dragon: Legend of the Heart Eaters

Jonah and the Last Great Dragon: Legend of the Heart Eaters

by M E. Holley

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On the first morning of Jonah Drake’s summer holiday on the Welsh Borders, an enormous dog attacks him, and then weird creatures appear. An old legend of the area comes true and the last Great Dragon of Wales wakes from beneath the Radnor Forest. The people of the valley discover that terrifying Night Creatures want to take over the modern world. Only dragon-fire can destroy them – and Jonah finds that he is the only person who can control the Great Dragon.

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ISBN-13: 9781780995410
Publisher: Our Street Books
Publication date: 11/16/2012
Pages: 149
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.30(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A legend that dates back centuries ago is truly entertaining! Children ages 8 and up will find this story so fascinating. You have wolves, gargoyles, dragons, angels, all the fantasy creatures that will keep your mind racing. Those gargoyles will bite and scratch it's way through this book but the huge head yellow-eye wolves are no push overs, they bite their way too. Jonah discovers who he is and how he became that special person because of his family past. From this discovery Jonah is tied to the Last Great Dragon, or is it? St. Michael the Archangel, why is he involved with the church in Cascob and Jonah? Now we have a charm, Abracadabra charm, framed parchment inside the church. Is it darkness of power? Beneath the spell incantation, a charm. Now I got your attention, read the book to find out what this charm has to do with St. Michael Church in Cascob and Jonah, and the archangel St. Michael. Another thing I have to mention, "Radnor forest" also known, "The Dragon Lair." Legend has it, the last dragon in Wales is held soundly out of sight by the ring of churches which included, St. Michael in Cascob. Wonderful story, profoundly enjoyable and excellent writing that made reading the story simple. Oh one thing, some words I had to query, why? British English and USA English, well you get the jest of it:) Thank you so much, won this book on Goodreads, First Read Giveaway. Darlene Cruz