Get ready for dragons, robots, and an even more dangerous quest in this hilarious, unputdownable sequel to The Adventurer's Guide to Successful Escapes! Anne, Penelope, and Hiro are thriving at Saint Lupin's Quest Academy for Consistently Dangerous and Absolutely Terrifying Adventures. They're even nominated for Best Illegal Quest That Nearly Destroyed the Entire World at the annual Quest Academy Awards. But they barely get to enjoy the ceremony before a strange boy triggers another quest. The mission? Kill the dragon queen. There are two big problems: (1) Anne doesn't want to kill any dragons-and she certainly doesn't want to ignite a war between people and dragonkind, and (2) ignoring a quest could have equally devastating results. Anne and her friends will have to dodge robot attacks, navigate mysterious new tiers, and survive the deadly dragon trials...or face certain disaster. Read on to discover a funny, action-packed story that will transport you to a world with magickal floating tiers, travel by dragon fireball, and epic adventure.
About the Author
Wade Albert White hails from Nova Scotia, Canada. In addition to writing, Wade teaches part-time, dabbles in animation and filmmaking, and is a stay-at-home dad. He lives in Canada with his wife, sons, and cat.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Despite a busy schedule, I plowed through this book! (That is, when I could smuggle it from the thieving hands of my 13-year-old.) Wade Albert White is SO FUNNY! This book is full of zany adventures and the kind of utter silliness that makes my heart happy. Second books in a series can be difficult to pull off, but The Adventurer's Guide to Dragons is every bit as fun (funny/hilarious/belly-laugh-inducing) and well-written as the first. In this installment, Anne (Anvil), Penelope, and Hiro are once again thrust on a quest--a dangerous and highly illegal one. They must find a way to kill the Queen Dragon while keeping her safe. The world-building shines. The mysteries deepen. The characters feel like friends. This is the perfect kind of book to get lost in while curled up under a blanket. My only complaint is that it ends. Can't wait for the next book!