Dragonborn

Dragonborn

Book - 2012
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The great wizard Flaxfield's death leaves his twelve-year-old apprentice Sam half-trained, but when other wizards gather and debate his fate Sam, not knowing whom to trust, leaves with only his dragon, Starback, for company, unaware of the perils he must face.
Publisher: New York : Bloomsbury, 2012, c2011
ISBN: 9781599909837
9781599907246
Branch Call Number: FOR
Characteristics: 344 p. ; 22 cm

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grayc11
May 24, 2017

Read this awhile ago and I liked it! I may have a weird sense of books but this was made for a younger crowd (maybe not too young!)-with a mind to understand some complicated "puzzles" in the book.

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JESSICA PILON
Apr 08, 2016

I really didn't like this book. It made pretty much no sense and it was really boring and weird. I would not recommend this book at all.

devorah1231 Mar 12, 2013

Ths book was ok. The plot could have been built better, but was often too elementary. The characters were a little unclear, but enjoyable when they did come out. There was a lot that was vague about the book, and there were a lot of unanswered questions. Still, it did manage to hold my attention, and i might read the next book.

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