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Medieval and modern-day collide when otherworldly forces draw ten-year-old Andy Smithson into a medieval world where fire-breathing dragons, deranged pixies, and vengeful spirits are the way of things.
Trading his controller for a sword of legend, Andy embarks upon several epic quests to break a centuries-old curse oppressing the land. It isn't chance that plunges him into the adventure though, for he soon discovers ancestors his parents have kept hidden from him are behind the curse.
The Andy Smithson series is a coming-of-age, epic fantasy adventure featuring fast-paced action, sword fights, laugh-out-loud humor, with a few life lessons thrown in.
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About the Author
So, L. R. W. Lee writes to teach her readers principles that can transform their lives – overcoming frustration, impatience, fear and more. She also shows why responsibility, diligence and dignity are the keys to true success in life. She hopes, one day, to become a top, bestselling author of teen books so she can share these life changing principles more widely. L. R. W. Lee lives in scenic Austin, TX with her husband, daughter and son.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by J. Aislynn d'Merricksson for Readers' Favorite L.R.W. Lee’s Dawn of Hope collects together the first three books of the Andy Smithson series. We start with Blast of the Dragon’s Fury, where we meet Andy, a young boy having a very odd day indeed. Things only get weirder when he is pulled into a fantastical world and charged to break a centuries-old curse that keeps the King alive, while those he loves pass on. To do so, Andy must obtain ingredients. First among them is a red dragon scale. The next book is Venom of the Serpent’s Cunning. Here Andy returns to the magickal land of Oomaldee, where he must again help the royal family, this time by retrieving another ingredient. He must also retrieve the source of the curse, which has been stolen, causing the King to sicken. An old foe returns and we meet new ones. We get to learn the truth behind the King’s curse. Third in this book bundle is Disgrace of the Unicorn’s Honor. Andy returns again to Oomaldee to retrieve a unicorn horn to help the ailing King. This time he is plagued by a being visible only to himself, urging him to bring the horn back to his mother instead. Then, his friends are kidnapped, held for the ransom of a unicorn horn. Andy has no intention of harming the unicorns, but seeing if they would be willing to gift him a horn for the King. Now he's afraid he will not be able to retrieve enough for everyone relying on him. As a whole, the omnibus was quite enjoyable. Lee did a great job of weaving valuable morals into these stories, showing their importance in amusing ways. Humour plays a big part in all of the books. I enjoyed most of it. While not prudish, I've never been a fan of fart jokes, but many kids do enjoy that brand of humour. In addition to displaying morals, the stories teach kids to think creatively. Everyone has their own dragons to fight. Bulimia, anorexia, bullies, crippling anxiety, parents/teachers who do not listen to a child’s needs. The list of ‘dragons’ is endless. These stories present creative ways to handle everyday problems the reader may be facing, which is a great thing, in my opinion.