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Eye of Fortune: Knights of the Silver Dragon, Book 4 Paperback – Dec 1 2004


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Action filled adventure! March 16 2008
By StLSandy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I read this book with my young nephew in mind and was surprised at how much I enjoyed it myself. There are word plays that will be over the heads of young children but keep adults entertained as they read. Three children stow away for a day's adventure but get more than they bargained for as they search for hidden treasure. Many lessons are learned - how to deal with a bully, the importance of teamwork, the value of friendship. The children visit a fortune teller, see a two headed monster, are given a treasure map and practice magic spells as they find their way home again. Characters take turns stepping forward in the story to help each other, each with a different area of strength. I particularly liked the way the girls were shown as strong characters. This is a quick and entertaining read, should fascinate both boys and girls around age eight.
Boring at First. June 9 2005
By fire dragon99 - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Knights of the silver dragon go

to val sage's to explore all the fun of

knife twirlers mermaid shows and much

more Untill They have A fortune teller

read there palms then they travel

back down into the dungons of

Doom and find out secrets And more!

It was really boring at first but

once you get to about the

twelveth chapter it gets A lot better.


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