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Publisher's Summary

"Mother taught me to be polite to dragons...."
Daystar never thought he'd be walking through the Enchanted Forest with a magic sword, a fire-witch, and a baby dragon. He never dreamed his mother, Cimorene, would tell him to leave their home and not to return until his task was complete. Or that he alone held the power to release King Mendanbar and the Enchanted Forest from the wizards' evil spell. He doesn't even know who King Mendanbar is.
But Daystar learns quickly, and that's good, because he's about to encounter magic and wizards and dragons - quite a deadly combination.
©2002 Patricia C. Wrede (P)2002 Random House, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By D. Castergine on 04-30-17

One of my favorites, now and forever.

All four of these books are wonderful. I would recommend reading all of them. P. C. Wrede is an amazing author.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Ryan on 06-11-18

Great story, excellent cast, uneven volume

I loved the earlier stories in this series, and this one was no disappointment. The writing was excellent, and I liked the cast performance a lot. My big complaint is that the character of Shiara is voiced about half as loud as the rest of the cast. I had to keep turning the volume up to hear her lines at all!

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