Dragon Valley Trilogy
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All Three Books in this series... in one volume.
There's something odd about 12 year old Toby, and it's not just his purple eyes or his amazing ability to talk to Klel, the dragon tied up in the castle courtyard.
He's been sacked from every job at the castle and his new job as page to the mysterious Prince Blase is his last chance to avoid a cold winter in the poorhouse.
Then Toby learns a terrible secret that Blaise holds in a stone pendant and the prince's deadly plans for Klel. But Toby finds he has amazing skills that might just be able to help...
Have you got a shadow? Then hold onto it... before it betrays you!
Elves who live secretly in the midst of the human world are known as shados. After a near miss on the king during a royal hunt, the rumour is spread that the elves were trying to kill the king. From then on, the elves live in constant fear of the king's shadow hunters, who seek to capture and lock them up.
Rhonan and his sister, Dyahn, are half-human half-elf and when they sneak away to play with the wild ponies on the moors, they accidently lead the shadown hunters back to their family.
In a twisting, turning tale of dragonet, magic stones and broken promises, they must try to save their parents from the wrath of the king.
This story ties in with Dragon's Apprentice and is best read in sequence.
Toby, the dragon's apprentice, lives in Dragon Valley where he is learning magic from his master, Klel the dragon. But when he does magic, disastrous things happen. The dragons are struck by a mysterious illness and the gates to other worlds start opening, leaking magic and threatening to destroy the dragons' valley.
The only hope is for Toby, and his good friend Sanelle, to find the ancient dragon stone that was stolen many years ago.
The continuing story of Toby, Sanelle and Klel the mighty dragon will delight and enthral dragon-lovers looking for an exciting fire-breathing adventure with wings.
he growing interest in dragon books has been fed by an increasing number of books and movies about them. From the very young, to the young at heart, there are dragon stories to suit everyone.
Dragon Valley (Dragon's Apprentice, Shadow Hunters, Dragons' Bane) is a series that may well suit a broad range of reading levels.
It contains no war, politics, religion or adult themes - it is simply a great adventure for all ages.
If you like
How to Train Your Dragon, by Cressida Cowell - Dragon Valley is a great next step or a complimentary read for the young at heart.
Eragon, by Christopher Paolini - Dragon Valley is similar in reading level and full of adventure.
Dragon Riders of Pern Series, by Anne McCaffrey - Dragon Valley is a lighter tale of dragons without the adult themes, but just as indepth and enjoyable.