on 17 September 2007
It started with a wind from another world. 'The Fire Eternal' is the fourth book in Chris d' Lacey's fantastic dragon series. Five years have passed since David Rain disappeared mysteriously in the Arctic, but since his book has become incredibly popular and with the help of journalist Tam Farrell, Lucy Pennykettle is desperate to find him. This new book answeres several long-awaited questions and introduces about a dozen more and keeps you gripped from beginning to end. Discover what happened to Gwilanna after David defeated her in 'Fire Star' and find out precisely why the witch cursed Zanna with the mark of Oomara way back in book 2. If you're a fan of Chris d' Lacey's 'fire' series, I strongly reccomend this book to you, however if you haven't read any of his books, you should start off with 'The Fire Within', the first book which introduces you to the series. With mutating cats and talking ravens, this is one of the best books I have ever read - the eternal fire that burns no ice...
on 1 May 2008
It starts with a wind from another world, and ends with questions answered and whole new series of them. All the usual characters return, promising to make this book the best of the series. Zanna's mysterious mark has been stirring questions, which can only be answered by the sibyl herself, Gwilanna. As the ice caps melt, all eyes turn north, where Gaia, the earth godess is brewing up a solution, which is only solved with the last dragon ever to roam the earth and the youngest line of Guinevere. It all seems the plans will work, but the race that call themselves the Ix, have a plan of their own. If you haven't read the series, I suggest you read the first book, The Fire Within.
on 4 February 2008
Best so far of all of them, the next ones supposed to be called DARK FIRE If you read the others then youll love this, exciting, gripping, mysterious & funny with new charecters new questions and new answers!
Second to nothing¬
on 31 October 2013
I loved this book. At the end of the last book, Fire Star, the main character, David Rain, died and I thought it was the end of the series. So when i found out about this book it was a big surprise! (((SPOILER ALERT))) At the end of this book, David is back. Would recommend to 10-15. Looking forward to the next book.
on 15 August 2015
It all started with a wind from another world.
The book is very informative, it tells you exactly what is happening,
but in lots of detail and time.
I would recommend this book to everyone, but at some parts of the
book it is considered to be a adult book, and is confusing.
on 18 October 2013
Thiss book is brilliant (though in my opinion he should never have brought Aliens in) but warning~ the next few books are confusing, badly written and the last one puts the icing on the cake. Still, this one is awesome andGrace (my hand made pottery dragon sitting on the shelf) agrees! Hrrrr!