Brass Dragon Codex

Bonus Material: Prologue, Gnomish DevicesAbout R.D. Henham

Never start a conversation with a brass dragon–it might never end!

In another volume of the companion series to A Practical Guide to Dragons, orphaned baby brass dragon Kyani ventures out into the desert to find something to eat, and finds a gnome named Hector instead. Hector is not so sure he wants a chatty, hungry brass dragon following his every move. But several groups ready to go to blows over the marvelous invention Hector guards with his life, he may need the help that only a fun-loving brass dragon can provide.

  

Reviews of Brass Dragon Codex

 
 I found the characters lovable and flawed—great qualities in any story—and the plot was always moving, each chapter left me wanting to read more. . . . an excellent book for any age reader, (Nichole Giles)http://nicholegiles.blogspot.com/2009/03/book-review-brass-dragon-codex-by-rd.html 
   
The action goes on and on. And so, too, does the reader’s interest. I’d definitely recommend this book to young, fantasy loving readers. (Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen)
http://thewriteblocks.blogspot.com/2009/02/what-they-did-right-rd-henham-rebecca.html
 
  
I not only got to read a great book, but I got to read Brass Dragon aloud with my son and that’s one of my favorite things to do. Bonus points were also awarded to Brass Dragon Codex on the merit of actually holding my special needs son’s attention past chapter 1. (Alison Palmer)http://alisonpalmer.blogspot.com/2009/03/brass-dragon-codex-by-rd-henham.html   
 
In my wanderings through StoryLand, it’s far too seldom that I find a book I want to absolutely rave about.
This is one of the few! I loved it and I would whole-heartedly recommend it to anyone! (Wendy Elliot)
http://wendword.blogspot.com/2009/02/review-brass-dragon-codex-by-rd-henham.html
 
  
 
This was an easy, fun read, which is very understandable, as it is aimed for ages 9-12. Still, part of the reason I read it in one day was it was hard to put down. There was a lot of action and conflicts from so many areas, (Annaliese Lemmon)
http://storyengineer.wordpress.com/2009/02/18/review-brass-dragon-codex/
 
 
 From the first page, I was hooked. Who wouldn’t love a quirky little dragon that not only talks to inanimate objects, but gives those same objects a voice in order to take away some of his loneliness? This well written story drew me right in. As the story progressed, I found myself so deeply involved with the enchanting tale, that I lost track of time. (Christine Bryant)http://christinebryant.blogspot.com/2009/02/book-review-brass-dragon-codex.html
 
 
If you like dragons and gnomes, Brass Dragon Codex is a book with plenty of action. (Connie Hall)  
 
 
There are a lot of really crazy situations in this book, and I can only imagine how funny The Brass Dragon Codex will be to parents reading it out loud to their delighted kids. (Paul Genesse: author of The Iron Dragon Series)
http://writerssymposium.blogspot.com/2009/03/brass-dragon-codex.html

 

  

 

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