Book series about clay dragons

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book series about clay dragons

The Last Dragon Chronicles Series by Chris dLacey

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Published 23.12.2018

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The Last Dragon Chronicles is a series of seven children's fantasy novels written by Chris d'Lacey. The books follow a college student, David Rain, as he discovers the existence of living clay dragons in the house.

The Last Dragon Chronicles

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Eventually attaining a degree in biology from the University of York, Chris landed a job at the University of Leicester, working in the Pre-Clinical Sciences department. In fact, his first fictional work was a ,word story Chris wrote to accompany a stuffed toy he had purchased for his wife as a Christmas present. It would be another seven years before he attempted to repeat this feat. Chris has spoken of being inspired by an encounter with an injured pigeon in Victoria Park that he brought home and nursed back to health. Following its recovery, the pigeon spent another fourteen years coming and going freely from a nest box Chris had attached to the back of the house, the writer eventually assigning all its offspring the names of different American tribes, this then inspiring the title of the book. Chris has more than a dozen books to his name, many of them manifesting environmental themes and, more often than not, based upon events that actually happened to him.

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The books follow a college student, David Rain, as he discovers the existence of living clay dragons in the house he lodges at. This series currently includes the novels:. However, there is something mysterious about Liz, the house, and the dragons. As for what it is, David can't figure out. Meanwhile, David is trying to help Lucy find a missing squirrel named Conker.

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