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Knights of the Silver Dragon Books 4-6 Book Review

Knights of the Silver Dragon Books 4-6 Book Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 2 Star Rating)

What's up with the Knights of the Silver Dragon series of fantasy adventure novels? Find out with our book review! - Page 2

Here they are! Our reviews of books 4-6 in the Knights of the Silver Dragon fantasy adventure series set in the Dungeons & Dragons world of Greyhawk in the city of Curston. The adventures of Kellach, Driskoll and Moyra continue in the Eye of Fortune, Figure in the Frost and Dagger of Doom. Here are our reviews!

Book 4 - Eye of Fortune

Author: Denise R. Graham

A trip to a nearby city full of fantastic sights, sounds and weird fortune tellers leaves a stranger dead and the kids with a treasure map that points back to Curston. The map leads the kids into trouble with a bunch of huge half-orcs in the middle of a dungeon full of fire-breathing dogs, weird traps and a great big mystery. The best part of the book is how Kellach, Driskoll and Moyra make friends with some really unlikely people as they try to save the day.


Eye of Fortune Rating: 4


Book 5 - Figure in the Frost

Author: Lana Perez

What do Kellach, Driskoll and Moyra do when a massive blizzard snows in Curston? Get in trouble of course! While they're sneaking around and finding puzzles in town, a stranger shows up with a giant ice palace. Crazy stuff starts happening and Moyra's mom starts acting really weird. It's a decent story, but there's a problem. The kids have saved the day a whole bunch of times, even defeating a nasty monster, but all the adults treat 'em like they're idiots, even their parents! It really sucks and doesn't make any sense.


Figure in the Forest Rating: 3


Book 6 - Dagger of Doom

Author: Kerry Daniel Roberts

This book is a confusing mess! It has a legend of two brothers, a cursed dagger, strangers who start building a castle in town and Kellach getting a girlfriend. That stuff is cool, and there's a lot of stuff happening in this story, but it's frustrating 'cuz hardly anything gets figured out until the end of the story and the adults still treat the kids like idiots. It's kind of like watching someone slam their head into a brick wall for a dozen chapters or so and it's not much fun.


Dagger of Doom Rating: 2


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