17 November 2010

The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica: The Dragon's Apprentice

Book 5 in the Imaginarium Geographica series by James A Owen.

I don't recommend a series very often, but I have to say that the artistry with which these books are woven, is extraordinary.  If you are a fan of fantasy (from past to present), you would love these books.  Owen takes famous author's throughout history, and weaves them throughout his series in a manner that shows you how they gained their main inspirations to many of their tales, and what is amazing is that it doesn't come out stilted.  The entire series flows so well.  It truly is an amazing series, and I personally, can't wait for another.

The Dragon's Apprentice:  The strands of history have finally come undone with the final collapse of the Keep of Time.  Rose, John, Jack, and several more companions must travel to the archipelego and on through time, in hopes of finding the one with the answer-"the dragon apprentice".  It is a charismatic weaving of past and "present" and the importance of the children of the earth to be able to make choices, whether for good or ill.  Will the companions find the answers they seek?  Will time be put back in order?  Find out in the latest installment of the Imaginarium Geographica.

Genre:  Fantasy
Grade Level: 7-12 (Young Adult)
Pages: 376

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