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The Dragon's Eye [Abridged, Audiobook, CD] [Audio CD]

Dugald A. Steer , Dan Stevens
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Book Description

5 April 2007

THE DRAGON'S EYE tells the story of Dr Drake, the world famous dragonologist working in London and Sussex. When two young apprentice dragonologists, Beatrice and Daniel Cook, are taken into his care to attend his Dragonology summer school, all sorts of trouble ensues. The three

must deal with wayward dragons, missing diaries and the evil antics of

the terrible Ignatius Crook, who is intent on stealing the dragon¿s eye

and claiming the title of Dragon Master for himself. This brilliant novel, spanning the British Isles, brings to life many of the elements that fascinated readers in Dragonology. Find out more about SASD ¿ the Secret and Ancient Society of Dragonologists ¿ meet some dragons in the flesh, hear them tell their own secrets and learn all about dragons and how to keep an indispensable dragon.

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Product details

  • Audio CD: 3 pages
  • Publisher: Orion; Abridged edition edition (5 April 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0752888714
  • ISBN-13: 978-0752888712
  • Product Dimensions: 14.2 x 12.8 x 2.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 635,049 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dugald A Steer was born in 1965 and lives in Surrey. His love of books and reading led him to study English Literature and Philosophy at Bristol University where he was an avid contributor to the Poetry Society Magazine.

After stints working for Friends of the Earth and the Duchy of Lancaster Office, Dugald trained to teach English and spent the next five years in Spain, living in Galacia and Andalucia, writing in his spare time.

Dugald now works as a freelance author for Templar Publishing , for whom he worked as an inhouse writer and editor for ten years. He has also made contributions to many of Templar's best known series, including Derek Matthews' highly successful Happy Snappy series. He has edited many other books, has created Picture This... and Alphabet with Alison Jay and has also written The Toys Easter Surprise and books in the Little Mouse series. Dugald wrote the handbook How to Be a Knight, which he followed up with How to be an Explorer.

Dugald is the author of the hugely successful Ology series that includes Dragonology and Monsteroogy (writing as Dr. Ernest Drake), Egyptology (as Emily Sands), Wizardology (as the wizard Merlin!), Pirateology (as Capt.William Lubber), Mythology (as Lady Hestia Evans) and Spyology (as Spencer Blake, as well as the Ology handbooks, model packs, field guides, and the Dragonology Pocket Adventures.

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Dan Stevens's excellent rendition of the adventures of Beatrice and Daniel Cook as they attempt to prevent the evil Ignatius Crook stealing the dragon's eye and becoming Dragon Master is hopefully the first of many audiobook narrations by him. Dragons galore, interesting adults and feisty children are beautifully combined, so great listening. (Kati Nicholl DAILY EXPRESS)

The wonderful thing about Audiobooks is that they enable the listener's imagination to be used to full effect, even more so than in paper as the voices of the narrator and accompanying sounds add to the atmosphere. This book is full of vivid description and takes you deep into the world of Daniel and Beatrice Cook, apprentice Dragonologists. Mystery, tension and lashings of fantasy make this an unmissable adventure. (

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After the worldwide success of the Dragonology illustrated book (4 million copies) Orion have successfully acquired the audio rights to the first of the Dragonology Chronicles novels.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dragon's Eye 7 Aug 2009
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
I did think at first I was ordering a book but when I realised it was an audio tape I was quite happy though I'd still like the book as well . It arrived promptly and in good condition and was very good value
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4.0 out of 5 stars Easy and fun 5 Dec 2006
I am a bit biased I suppose... I have been a big fan of Dragonology and everything that has to do with dragons for years and years, so when the first story of Dr. Drake came out I was ready to gobble it up. It is written for the younger audience, and the story could have more depth and a bit more of an exciting storyline. But all in all it is fun to read and has loads of cool dragonology facts. Not tomention the absolutely stunning illustrations and look of the book in general.

Not the best story I ever read, but never the less worth a look. Young boys will love it for sure!

Age 8 - 12
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5.0 out of 5 stars great 26 Feb 2014
Format:Hardcover|Verified Purchase
My Grand daughter loved her present and read it in a few days-she says it was a great read. It came promptly and well packed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 4 July 2012
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My nine year old son loves this book and has now asked me if there are any others in the series - anything that gets boys reading must be good!!
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I love the Ology World books, especially Dragonology, and I think it's even better when you're a big kid who has had to accept that dragons don't exist. Dragonology takes the subject of dragons utterly seriously, detailing different species, behaviour and tips on how to track and train them. The Dragon's Eye is the first in a spin off series of YA fiction novels and ever since I read Dragonology I have been a little bit intrigued about what these books have to offer.

Well, quite a bit actually. I think the real strength in The Dragon's Eye is the fact that it's based on a pseudo-factual book, Dragonology. There's a great sense that the book is based on real life events involving real creatures because there's a boxful of literature that says so. The fantastical becomes the actual. It pulls on all the information you can find in the Dragonology books and gives it a storyline, and if you're lucky enough to have the Ology books, you find yourself using them as some kind of reference guide despite the fact that you know it's all made up. If you haven't read Dragonology then fear not because The Dragon's Eye is not dependent on it, you can still easily understand and enjoy the story as everything is explained. In fact, if you don't know anything about dragons you're in for a deep end learning experience as the lead characters don't know anything to begin with either but end up experts.

The language has a wonderful Victorian quaintness about it, giving it an authenticity of the period and adding to the realism. Mixing this with the fantastical element of dragons makes for a great adventure story. I think my only real niggle is that it can be a bit too quaint at times.
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