Talking to Dragons

Talking to Dragons

Book - 1993
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Daystar has never seen his mother, Cimorene, actually perform magic. Nor has he ever known her to enter the Enchanted Forest in all the years they have lived on its edge. That is not until a wizard shows up at their cottage shortly after Daystar's sixteenth birthday. Much to Daystar's surprise, Cimorene melts the unsavory fellow. And the following day, she comes out of the Enchanted Forest carrying a sword. With that and little else, she sends him off into adventure. His mission is to help King Mendanbar escape from an evil wizard's spell. But Daystar has yet to learn that the King is his own father. As the youth wanders around, he meets Shiara, a high-strung but loveable fire-witch, and a host of new and old characters from Cimorene's past
Publisher: San Diego : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1993
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780152046910
Branch Call Number: JSF Wred
Characteristics: x, 255 p. ; 22 cm


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Kdmullerspy Jun 21, 2014

The fact that no one told Daystar anything is annoying, but other than that, amazing book! So sad to see the series go!

Jul 13, 2013

I remember reading this series when I was in middle school. I wasn't a big reader back then but this story line just made me wish there were other books out there that were similar and thus my journey began. The strong female character who realizes she likes living with dragons and tells the knights that come to rescue her to shove off is so original. Great series!

Sep 30, 2011



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