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Summary

Nate, a 12-year-old boy, is drawn to a surreal island that exists in a place outside normal time. Abandoned, he soon discovers that he is not the only stranded inhabitant. Cato, a young dragon, has become separated from his mother.

Nate soon learns that a group of evil wizards are planning to use the island as a channel to come into his world, ushering in a new dark age.

Called upon as defenders against encroaching evil, will Nate and Cato survive the overwhelming threat?

©2019 Thomas Rowe Drinkard (P)2019 Thomas Rowe Drinkard

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  • Paul
  • 03-09-19

great set-up and climax

this dragon story began witha wonderful descriptive text and created a scenario where I was generally interested in what happened next. the middle act got a little slow and definitly played to a younger audience. the battle scene climax though was a wonderful wrap. loved Mr. Ferry's voices and narration. this is a great book for 10 to 12 year olds and at times reminded me of Piers Anthony. the reading pace would go well as a read along companoon for those learning to read with whisper sync. I listened comfortably at 1.75 speed.

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