The Black Dragon

With the witch defeated, the elves begin preparations to once again take up their vigil, guarding a black dragon from Crag named Zoltan. Merlin’s last enchantment has kept the dragon asleep for centuries, but when Gabriel brings Hob along to inspect the dragon, the bumbling dwarf finds Merlin’s staff and accidentally breaks the enchantment. Gabriel and Hob escape from the dragon into a cave that leads them into Kahzidar; the dreaded gnome mines, where they are captured by the mad gnome king Ringwald Stonebreaker. Ben, Casey, and their Grandma must join forces once again with Amos, the shape shifter, to save Camelot from the dragon that’s bent on destroying it. But first, they must rescue their friends from Kahzidar!

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About Dragon Mystic

I fell in love with dragons when I read Tea With the Black Dragon, and never looked back. Not the clunky winged Medieval dragons that ate cows, the graceful Asian dragons that could fly without wings. Later I discovered the elegant Welsh dragons, red and white, as described by R.J. Stewart in his books on the historical Merlin.
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3 Responses to The Black Dragon

  1. David says:

    Great Fantasy Family Book A lovely read, a blend of modern world and fantasy world, for the whole family. A mix of fun and family friendly drama creates a story you’ll love to share with your children and friends.Although unique, just to give you an idea, for me it was like The Spiderwick Chronicles or Terry Brooks Landover series.Praise to the author, a nice read anyone can enjoy.Let’s hope these is more in this delightful children’s series!

  2. Sallimander says:

    This was an amazing book! I really enjoyed reading these books and I, certainly hope there will be a third. I recommend these books to anyone that really enjoys reading fantasy books about portals to another beautiful land where anything is possible. Very good read!

  3. John Duchon says:

    The Black Dragon This book is written in the style of Tolkien. It is good. However, one can tell as the book goes along what is coming next and the outcome. I rated it 3 stars for that reason.

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