The Fire Within

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to meet a real dragon? Well,  The Fire Within by Chris D'Lacey is the closest you will ever get.

David Rain was just looking for a place to live while he went to college, but when he moves in with the Elizabeth Pennykettle and her daughter Lucy he gets more than he bargained for. He ends up trying to rescue squirrels, write a book and much more. Is he up for the challenge? Read the book for more.

David is just an ordinary 20 year old guy. Going to college, finding a place to live then he meets the Pennykettles. The Pennykettles look like any other person but once you get to know them you find out they are not. Talking to clay dragons, treating them like they are real. The Pennykettles  are unusual, but how. You would have to read the book.

The Pennykettles live at 42 Wayward Crescent in Scrubbley, Massachusetts. The house is full of clay dragons and the "Dragon's Den", where the dragons are made is off limits. David rented a room in the house and grew to like it he even got his own"special dragon" for his room. There is something weird in this house, but what? I don't know, you have to find out for yourself.

Chris D'Lacey was born December 15, 1954 in  Valletta, Malta, Europe. He is married and has no children. D'Lacey didn't always want to be a writer. In fact when he was a teenager he wanted to be a rockstar. He now lives in Devon, England.

The Fire Within is a good book with lots of adventure. I would recommend this book to people who like dragons, fantasy and fiction. The Fire Within is the first book in The Last Dragon Chronicles. It was first published in 2001 by Watts Publishing Group in Great Britain. It was first published in the U.S. by Orchard Books in 2005.

IL: MG - BL: 4.1 - AR Pts: 7.0

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