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Oracles of Fire #03: Last of the Nephilim by Bryan Davis
Oracles of Fire #03: Last of the Nephilim

bookbunnies, October 13, 2008

Billy and Bonnie are back in Last of the Nephilim! Unlike many books that get boring after the first chapter Last of Nephilim keeps you in the story the whole time. And I really mean in the story! You’ll feel like you’re in the book going through everything with the characters. This is definitely one of my favorite books and I know it will be yours after reading it! I can’t believe I have to wait until April for the next one to come out!

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Oracles of Fire #2: Enoch's Ghost by Bryan Davis
Oracles of Fire #2: Enoch's Ghost

bookbunnies, October 12, 2008

Enoch's Ghost continues the stories from Dragons in our Midst and Eye of the Oracle following Walter, Ashley, Karen, and Thigocia on their adventure.  This book isn't about Billy and Bonnie but that doesn't make it any less worth reading than the rest of the books!  The day I got this book I finished it because I couldn't put it down! I have read Enoch's Ghost over and over again and every time I have noticed more things that I missed the first time I read it.  The Dragons in our Midst and Oracles of fire series never get boring no matter how many times you read them!
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Eye of the Oracle (Oracles of Fire) by Bryan Davis
Eye of the Oracle (Oracles of Fire)

bookbunnies, October 10, 2008

Eye of the Oracle is my favorite book out of the whole series! Not only does it leave you with the answers to questions you had left over from Dragons in our Midst, it starts another story blending new characters into the Dragons in our Midst story. Eye of the Oracle is kind of like behind the scenes for Dragons in our Midst. It starts all the way back at the flood and comes up to Bonnie’s story so you’ll find out what happens before raising dragons. But Eye of the Oracle isn’t just about filling you in. It’s packed with just as much action as the rest of the books in the series that will keep you up reading all night long!
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Dragons in Our Midst #04: the Tears of a Dragon by Bryan Davis
Dragons in Our Midst #04: the Tears of a Dragon

bookbunnies, October 4, 2008

Just when I thought Bryan Davis couldn’t possibly have any more ideas left for books out come Tears of a Dragons. Reading other reviews on Dragons in our Midst book you’ll notice most say the same thing: YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PUT THIS BOOK DOWN! And that’s because it’s true! With Tears of a Dragon and all the other book in this series. Make sure you get the whole series at once because once you finish one of the books you won’t ant to wait any longer to start the next one!
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Dragons in Our Midst #03: the Circles of Seven by Bryan Davis
Dragons in Our Midst #03: the Circles of Seven

bookbunnies, October 4, 2008

Circles of Seven, another book to add to my absolute favorites list! Mr. Davis has done an amazing job of writing a book that is like no other in the series (or the entire bookstore) and in my opinion even tops the first two books. As soon as I got this book my parents didn’t see me until I finished reading it and I couldn’t wait for the next one to come out! But before you read Circles of Seven make sure you get Raising Dragons and The Candlestone and read those first. You will be able to understand and enjoy the Dragons in our Midst series much better all together.
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