Secrets of The Dragon Sanctuary
Book Four of the Fablehaven series
Secrets of The Dragon Sanctuary is mind-blowing. It carries you right through at the speed of a dragon. This book is a must read for all Fablehaven fans. It has plenty of action, drama, romance, heartbreak, suspense, and backstabbing. This book is one that should be on the shelve of every bookshelf in the world. Brandon Mull really knows how to write a novel.
My favorite part was when Seth found that if he and Kendra held hands, they became dragon tamers, which is no easily gained title. I also liked the part where Gavin turned into Navarog, the evil demon prince. Finally, I liked when Raxtus, a small, friendly dragon, ate Navarog while he was in human form. That sums up my favorite highlights of the book, but I still encourage you to get the full experience and read this book yourself.
Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo
Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo is a book written by Obert Skye, and shares many similarities with Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary. First, both books have people trying to save the world from evil beings. Next, they both have plenty of magical creatures. Finally, both of these books are about ordinary people who discovered a magical world.
Authored by Angie Sage, this book has many similar aspects in its writing to Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary. First, they deal with some magical part of our world unknown to all but a few, and then the main characters become entwined with that world. Next, they both contain magical items or charms and potions throughout the story. Also, there are many surprises laid throughout each book, making it hard to tell what could happen next. Finally, both of these books switch points of view in the story, so you can see what's happening from multiple perspectives. Overall, they both are great books, and I would recommend putting them on your list of books to read.
The Alchemyst is a book written by Michael Scott, and it has quite a few things in common with Secrets of the Dragon Sanctuary. First, they both have to deal with magic and potions. Also, they both start out normally, then escalate into a full on fantasy novel. Next, there's one thing that so many different fantasy books share, including these two: they have the same "save the world" cliche put into play. Another thing they have in common is that they both read very similar, and are very enjoyable books. Finally, they both end up not solving the overall problem yet, waiting to solve it until a later book in the series. If you've never read one or both of them, I suggest you pick them up online or at your local library.
Leven Thumps and the Gateway to Foo
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