Flight to Dragon Isle

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Corgi, 2011 - Children's stories - 356 pages
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A brutal war against the united hobgoblin tribes rages, and Quenelda longs to accompany her hero Dragon Lord father into battle. But when the elite Stealth Dragon Services is ambushed and defeated - due to the dark treachery of the Grand Master - and her father is presumed dead, the Seven Sea Kingdoms are thrown into turmoil.
Evil plots swirl - with even Quenelda's own beloved dragon in mortal danger - but Quenelda finds a magical, secret solace at the heart of the fabled fortress Dragon Isle. Can she use her new powers to set the tide of victory turning against the hobgoblins?

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I finished reading Flight to Dragon Isle last week and I think I enjoyed it even more than the first book - The Dragon Whisperer. The stakes are high and there are some pretty emotional scenes. Quenelda and Root continue to mature as characters and increasingly find themselves in situations where they only have each other to rely on. The dark power of the Grand Master grows and all that was once familiar and comforting are no longer safe. The stage looks set for an epic battle and I can't wait to read what happens next in Dragon Lords Rising. 

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About the author (2011)

Quenelda's passion for dragons is based on Lucinda's own devotion to all creatures great and small. She has her family share their Edinburgh home with an ever-changing number of rescue animals, ranging from cats, dogs, rabbits and guineapigs, to escaped battery hens on the run. She specialises in cruelty cases and animals with behavioural problems, and friends often comment that she can weave magic and talk to the animals a real life 'whisperer'!

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