David's new lodgings have a magical atmosphere...
'David ran a hand through his mop of brown hair. Dragons. It was certainly different from his last set of lodgings, where all you got were spiders and the occasional mouse. "It's perfect," he said.'
When David arrives at Wayward Crescent he has no idea what lurks inside the Pennykettle house. Only when he's given his own special dragon does he begin to unlock their mysterious secrets, and to discover the fire within...
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I would recommend this book to those who like dragons and fantasy, but also aren't afraid of a twist! - Teen Titles
This series just gets better abd better. - The Ultimate Book Guide
A brilliant story, quirky and well-written. An intelligent, sensitive, and magical book. - The Bookseller
A delightful story which skilfully blends realism and magic into a very satisfying conclusion. - Carousel
This is a magical book in every respect. Chris d'Lacey combines the realistic and the magical to such an effect that all disbelief is suspended. Readers will be entranced. - TES
Chris d'Lacey is the author of the The Last Dragon Chronicles and the Dragons of Wayward Crescent series. He likes dragons. He was born in Malta, but now lives in Devon with his wife, Jay, and about three hundred teddy bears. He likes teddy bears, too. After graduating from York University with a Biology degree, he went to Leicester University where he worked for twenty-eight years as a research scientist, mainly looking down microscopes. He now writes full time.
In his spare moments, he likes to watch TV and walk by the sea - though not necessarily at the same time. His passion is writing and recording songs. His ultimate ambition is to write a song that will feature on the soundtrack of a movie of the dragon books, always assuming a movie is made.
Presently, he is working on two new projects, both of which feature dragons to some extent.