Dark Fire

Dark Fire Chris d Lacey is back with magic and dragons in the fifth book of his New York Times bestselling Last Dragon Chronicles David Rain was lost in the Arctic and it was up to his daughter Alexa to bring

  • Title: Dark Fire
  • Author: Chris d'Lacey
  • ISBN: 9780545102735
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chris d Lacey is back with magic and dragons in the fifth book of his New York Times bestselling Last Dragon Chronicles David Rain was lost in the Arctic and it was up to his daughter, Alexa, to bring him back This one little girl had the power to save her father, but when she found him, she uncovered a lot than just David Dragons have finally returned to EarChris d Lacey is back with magic and dragons in the fifth book of his New York Times bestselling Last Dragon Chronicles David Rain was lost in the Arctic and it was up to his daughter, Alexa, to bring him back This one little girl had the power to save her father, but when she found him, she uncovered a lot than just David Dragons have finally returned to Earth as well Don t miss Chris d Lacey s addition to his rich dragon mythology in his next series, The Erth Dragons

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    About " Chris d'Lacey "

  • Chris d'Lacey

    He was born in Valetta, Malta, but as a child moved first to Leicester and then to Bolton After gaining a degree in biology from the University of York, he returned to Leicester and got a job at the University of Leicester in their Pre Clinical Sciences department.Originally his writing was confined to songs and he didn t turn to fiction until he was 32 His first piece of work was a 250,000 word story about polar bears for his wife, Jay, to accompany a stuffed polar bear he had bought her as a Christmas present.He didn t write another story for seven years, until he heard about a competition to write a story for young children with a prize of 2,000 The resulting book, A Hole at the Pole, also about polar bears, didn t win but he sent it off to a publisher, who accepted it.His first children s novel, Fly, Cherokee, Fly, was published in 1998 and subsequently shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal It was inspired by the time he found an injured pigeon in Victoria Park and nursed it back to health at home It became a family pet and lived for 14 years in a birdbox attached to the back of the house All of its offspring were given the names of different Native American tribes, which is where the title of the book comes from He has since written over twenty children s books, including Pawnee Warrior a sequel to Fly, Cherokee, Fly , a collaborative novel with fellow children s author Linda Newbery From E To You , and the best selling, award winning The Last Dragon Chronicles His books often contain environmental themes, and events based on things that have happened to him.In July 2002 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Leicester for his contributions to children s literature Although writing is now his main source of income, he still works at the university as the operator of the confocal microscope.His favourite children s books are the Paddington Bear series and The Hobbit, and his favourite children s authors are Allan Ahlberg and Roald Dahl Chris D Lacey has written many books like Ice Fire and Fire Star, but his most famous book was Dark Fire, the fifth book in The Last Dragon Chronicles.

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  • I'm not sure if I want to finish it or not. After the third book of this series, the plot sort of fell. I was really upset after David, the main character, died, (hey, I'm not going to add spoilers because if you're reading this review you should have read the other books yourself first before reading this so it's your fault you're shocked. XP) but now he's back and it turns out that David wasn't even human- just a creation made by the fairies freakish goblins or whatever they were and now, sudd [...]


  • Dark Fire is a magical book about dragons. It is the 5th book in Last Dragon Chronicles series. I could not put it down! I give it four stars because makes you think differently about dragons but leaves you wanting more. This is probably my favorite in the series but I haven’t read the rest yet so I’ll have to find out! The book starts out with the main character coming back. In the second book the auma of the last dragon gets pumped into him. So now he is part dragon. He is trying to defeat [...]


  • So it had taken me a few days to finally fathom my thoughts about this one. And I've gotta say, this was another bad yet kinda good in some way episode.The fifth installment of the Last Dragon Chronicles had just gotten a bit darker and actually contained a number of unfortunate demise. But I've only had those doleful moments rather transient 'cause I just wasn't getting it. Not only did it have a BUNCH of plot lines to follow (which you'll be lost wandering in case you had missed something), bu [...]


  • I was eagerly awaiting this book. It was as compelling as the others in the series and had some of the lighter magical appeal of the first but there were some truly frightening scenes in thereDon't want to give away the ending but it easily opens to a 6th book for this series. Very unsettling end.I find the spiritual and physics elements of this series very intriguing. The way characters move through time rifts and space is enviable. Just imagine what we could accomplish if we didn't always have [...]


  • Just realised I have in fact read this one aready, but re-read it anyway. I find the dragon names irrtating and I enjoyed this less on a re-read: too much direct speech and not enough narrative. It is a strange series - I becomes more YA as it goes along and some of the ideas and references are quite complicated or sophisticated.I'm not alays convinced Chris D'Lacey know where his narrative was going to end when he started the series or that might be because I read the first few in the wrong ord [...]


  • The fifth book in the Last Dragon Chronicles. David Rain has returned and so have the dragons. Can David and his friends manage to free the dragons and defeat the Ix before the evil race manages to create a darkling? It's a race against time and the lives of everyone David loves, as well as the planet itself hangs in the balance. This book has much more action than the previous installments. The ending leaves you wondering if there will be a book six.


  • This is the only book in this series I have read recently, so it's the only one I have criticism of. I have come to not like d'Lacey's writing anymore. He adds too many types of animals and connections to the earth in each book, so it's hard to remember every animal in the later books. When I was reading the earlier books, they were so epic because I was a little kid. I never really understood why David did all the crazy things he did.


  • This book is a very good book. Action, because there is lots of fighting. Mystery, because there is lots secrets. Comody because of the way they are to each other. I read 6 of the books in this series. One of the best series I had read in a long time. Do you like any type of mystery, action, or comody? Then this is the book for you.


  • It's a really good book so far! The only problem for me, was that it's been like a year since I finished reading "The Fire Eternal" so I got confused at times. Other than that, it's really cool how there's all these relationships between humans, dragons, and polar bears! I'm definitely going to read the whole series over again to make everything more clear. Amazing book, hope it's not the last!!


  • MY FAVORITE BOOK OUT OF THE SERIES. All of the details you know comes together but leaves you wanting more in the next book. It shows you the deep and scary things that are behind David's world. Really intense, and is definitely a book for those people like I who LOVE action!


  • Well. I am unsure what possessed me to give the fourth book four stars--I must have been in a really good and indulgent mood the day I finished it. I'm going to go and fix that as soon as I finish this. I'm pretty sure I gave the first three books more stars than they deserved too, but that can be put down to my high school naiveté when it came to quality writing.I'm coming off harsh, aren't I? Perhaps it was reading this too soon after the fourth book that put me over the edge. I somehow manag [...]


  • in the 5th addition of the last dragon chronicles were back in the pennykettle housee pennykettles are descendants of one of the last dragons that died on earth and have the ability or animate clay dragons.Elizabeth penny kettle her husband Arthur and her 16 year old daughter Lucy live with Zanna the partner of their once tenant David Rain and their daughter Alexa. I am exited to read the 6th book.


  • I loved the first 3 books in this series, but the overly convoluted plot has slightly ruined it for me sadly. Also, I've heard that this is the last book but absolutely nothing was resolved which was disappointing


  • This book was really good, by really good I mean that it keeps you on the edge of your seat at the end of every chapter and makes you want to check out the next book in the series.








  • It's been over a year since I read the first 4 books on the series but I feel as if the 4th book was an ending and this one just drug the story on, but I could be mistaken on the ending of book 4.



  • Unfortunately this review is going to be short and to the point. There isn’t much to say about this book that hasn’t previously been stated. This series has become increasingly young adult and less middle grade. I am not sure how I feel about this as what first drew me to the series years ago was the cute whimsy of the Pennykettle dragons and the shenanigans of Wayward Crescent. There are several (often violent) deaths in this installment that I honestly did not see coming. The cliff hanger [...]



  • I started reading these books when I was around 12. I read up to Fire Star and thought that was the end of the series, but when I revisited the books as an adult, it turned out I was wrong. I have mixed feelings about this series as a whole. It has interesting concepts and characters, but the plot gradually became more darker, convoluted and confusing as it went on. Cerebus Syndrome, in other words.The Fire within was a fun, light-hearted book. I suppose my main gripe about it was that it focuse [...]


  • This book starts with Lucy writing about her, her family and the dragons then Lucy,Arthur,Gwendolen and liz go to Cambridge to see an old friend of Arthur who claims to have seen gazooks writing something in his house. At Steiners house Steiners shows liz what gazooks wrote and it was in dragontongue Gwendolen translated it and it said scuffenbury.I loved this book it was exciting and awesome



  • Found a review I wrote of this back in 8th grade. :)Dark Fire, by Chris D’Lacey, is a very good book. It is part of The Last Dragon Chronicles; number five out of seven books. The genre is fantasy, and is 567 pages long. The main human characters are David Rain, Zanna (short for Susanna) Merriman, Lucy Pennykettle, and Alexa Merriman. David is probably the most important character and is 25 years old. Zanna, his girlfriend, is also 25 years old. Lucy is 16, and Alexa, the daughter of David and [...]


  • The book Dark Fire, by Chris D’Lacey, is 5th book in the Lost Dragon Chronicles. The book's main character is David, a best selling author who, at the end of the previous book, was lost in the arctic, where he has remained for five years. His return only happened because of his daughter using a clay dragon’s wish magic to bring him back. Because of his return, however, other dragons who never quite died are returning as well as a substance known as dark fire. Dark fire is extremely dangerou [...]


  • I really liked reading this book. I enjoyed reading this book because I really like reading fantasy, and this book is filled with just that. For example, all throughout the book there are clay dragons that come to life, and have a special ability. Also, because no matter how unrealistic the events in the book seem, the author has a way to make it all seem real. That happens to be something I love when reading fantasy books. For example on pages 17-19, when Lucy was writing her journal entry, the [...]


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