By Chris D'Lacey
The second one in a chain from bestselling writer Chris d'Lacey. filled with event and suspense, this novel approximately dragons unearths the reality of the icefire.When David is assigned an essay at the heritage of dragons, there's just one factor he is aware for sure---he desires to win the prize of a learn journey to the Arctic.As David starts to dig deeper into the prior, he unearths himself drawn down a direction from which there's no going again . . . to the very middle of the legend of dragons, and the mysterious, historical mystery of the icefire. . . .
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A wishing dragon? It was the stuff of fairy tales. But knowing he'd get no peace until he tried, he touched his thumbs to G'reth's smooth paws. " David steadied his hands and tried again. " 46 He drew away, into the silence. Not a hrrr could be heard. Not a scale was rattled. He peered about the room. Not a purple eye in sight. Phew. "Oh, well," shrugged Zanna. " "Um," David grunted, and closed his eyes briefly, trying to picture Gadzooks. And that was when he knew that all was not well. The dragon had lowered his pencil and pad and was rolling his eyes in search of something, as if some force was about to descend.
David asked, chasing after him. " The cat was heading for a patch of wild ground, covered over with weeds and a crisscrossing den of rotting branches. "Come out," David commanded as Bonnington wriggled into a hole. " With a sigh, David dug his hand into the mound — and touched something prickly that wasn't a cat. Carefully he lifted the branches. There, amid the bracken, was an old hairbrush. And a shoelace. And a key ring. And half a picture postcard (of the seafront in Maine). And a golf ball.
Clean those shoes with the hose outside. Don't come in till they're spotless, or else. " She sighed. " David shouted. " You'll find out, he muttered in his thoughts, when I send Lucy on her hedgehog hunt. But the moment wasn't right for that. So David scrubbed his shoes clean and left them just inside the kitchen door to dry, then kindly presented Bonnington the toothbrush for his collection. He was heading to his room when he found two letters propped up against the microwave. Both were addressed to him.
Icefire by Chris D'Lacey