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Talking to Dragons: The Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Book Four Paperback – March 1, 2003
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Wrede is one of my favorite children's writers. Her writing is catchy, she keeps you laughing, and her characters are delightful! She mixes a lot of fairy tales, but adds her own elements.
In this particular book, Daystar is on a quest, but we aren't sure of what that quest actually IS until the end of the novel -- even HE is not sure. (Here is where reading the other books comes in -- if you've read them beforehand, there's no doubt as to his quest, and readers end up fairly bored because they know what's coming, and that's not very fun for a reader.)
This book catches you from the opening line: "Mother taught me to be polite to dragons." And it only gets better from there. Things catch you off-guard in a very pleasant way.
My favorite character would have to be Suz, the lizard, who never fails to make me laugh. He's so delightfully odd!
I even like the way Wrede titles her chapters. She's so zany and fun.
Start reading these books! You'll be hooked!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In the final installment of the Enchanted Forest Chronicles, 16 years have passed from the events of Calling on Dragons. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Greg Polansky
Loved this series as a kid and I'm really enjoying re-reading it as an adult, I highly recommend it for all ages!Published 9 days ago by Andy
Written first, but last in the series I read this book when it first came out in 1985. It is a delightful story of magic and politeness. Read morePublished 5 months ago by E.P. McLean
Talking to Dragons is one of my favorite books. The first copy I purchased fell apart from being retread so often and I was fortunate to be able to replace that book with the... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Heike A. Kubasch
I love this series and so do all of my daughters. It has a strong female hero who overcomes opposition with her wit and her friendship with the king of the dragons.Published 9 months ago by C. Johnson
Better than the third (much better) but not quite at the level of the first two.
Oddly, this book is written in first person where the rest are written in third; it's... Read more
This book was purchased to complete a series. Have not read it yet, but liked the first in the series well enough to purchase set. My son enjoys these stories, as do I. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Karen Walker