Book Reviews of Calling on Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Bk. 3)

Calling on Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Bk. 3)
Calling on Dragons - Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Bk. 3
Author: Patricia C. Wrede
ISBN-13: 9780152009502
ISBN-10: 0152009507
Publication Date: 3/1993
Pages: 244
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.7/5 Stars.
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4.7 stars, based on 19 ratings
Publisher: Jane Yolen Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed Calling on Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, Bk. 3) on + 61 more book reviews
Great series!
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This sequel to Dealing With Dragons and Searching for Dragons is every bit as entertaining as the first two. The wizards are up to mischief again and have to be stopped before the Enchanted Forest is drained of all It's magic. Light hearted fun full of humor.
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This is a wonderful book for both boys and girls (and grown ups too!) who like fantasy. There are humorous references to characters of this genre and the book has both strong male and female characters. I highly recommend this series and this book in particular is highly entertaining. This might be my favorite of the four!
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Wonderful reading!
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fun series.
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The journey begins.

Turning, Morwen saw Mendanbar and Cimorene coming towards them. Mendanbar's expression was equally sober. "Ready to go?" she asked as they reached the group.
"Whenever you are," Telemain replied.
"Cimorene...," said Mendanbar.
"Don't start," Cimorene said in a gentle tone. "One of us has to go, and you can't."
If Telemain and Morwen weren't with you, I'd say let the wizards have the blasting sword," Mendanbar muttered. "It isn't worth the risk."
"Telemain and Morwen?" Kazul muttered. "What am I, diced troll food?"
Cimorene kissed Menddanbar's nose. "You'd say 'let the wizards have the sword,' but you wouldn't mean it. Don't worry, I'll be all right..."