In 1892, when their parents are unacountably detained in India, Beatrice and Daniel Cook go to stay with Dr Ernest Drake. There they begin to learn dragonology but soon a series of events plunges them into an adventure involving Dr Drake’s arch-enemy Ignatius Crook, who has determined that he alone shall become Dragon Master and head of the Secret and Ancient Society of Dragonologists. The hunt for the Dragon’s Eye is on!
“Have they taken anything valuable?” exclaimed Beatrice as we stood staring at the sight of Dr. Drake dismally surveying the wreckage. “Yes,” said Dr. Drake. “I’m afraid to say that they have taken the most valuable thing I owned. My dragon diary is missing!” – Chapter XV The Dragon’s Eye (The Dragonology Chronicles Volume… Continue reading Tidbit Tuesday – The Dragon’s Eye
March! Spring! Books! So, February went well, I’m still massively ahead of schedule on my 52 book target for the year (15/52 read!) which means there’s no pressure to READ ALL THE THINGS… so of course I want to read all the things anyway. (Books that count toward my BBC17 will be highlighted in PURPLE… Continue reading My March TBR
It’s almost the end of 2016 and what a year it has been. I’m not going to lie and pretend it has been anything but awful, but that doesn’t mean that there haven’t been good times in between all the rubbish. Quite a lot of the good times for me have been book related –… Continue reading My Top 10 Reads of 2016
Life has been a bit crazy over the last couple of weeks so I sort of missed the end of September and the start of October. Ooops. But I’m here now, so here’s a quick catch up on what I read over September (taking me up to 43/36 for the year): Blame by Simon Mayo… Continue reading My September Reads: 100 word reviews
A quick look at what I read in August – did I hit my reading target?
My reactions to two more of the samplers I picked up at YALC in July…