|Submitted by Anonymous |
(May 13, 2005)
I read this book for the first time in fifth grade when I was a loner in elementary school. Now that I am about to go to college, I still remember the good feelings associated with this book. The book starts off with Mendabar (who might I add is very cool) wandering in his forest and he finds some burnt spots. He goes to the king of dragons and there he meets Cimorene and they go on a quest to find Kazul?(I forgot her name) Happy ending. Although some parts I found to be modernized like when the gargoyle says "Hot Dog!" near the end of the novel, to me it had always felt kinda...lame, but that's just my take. I loved the series as a kid through middle school but this book should be taken lightly and not be used as references in formal essays. I learned that the hard way.