The Dragon's Lair

The Dragon's Lair

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The Dragon's Lair, the third volume in Elizabeth Haydon's critically-acclaimed The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme series for middle grade readers, is now available with a stunning new cover.

Barely one day after fulfilling his second mission for King Vandemere as Royal Reporter of the land of Serendair, young Charles Magnus Ven Polypheme--known as Ven--is off on another adventure. To keep them safe from the wrath of the Thief Queen, whose rage at their escape from the Gated City knows no bounds, the king sends Ven and his friends on an important mission.

Their journey takes them across a wondrous land filled with marvels--and danger. For the mission the king entrusts to Ven is a delicate one: to discover the cause of a dispute between two warring kingdoms. Unfortunately for Ven, the answer leads him straight into the lair of a very angry dragon...
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Product details

  • 0-5
  • Paperback | 349 pages
  • 137 x 208 x 25mm | 295g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • Illustrations, black and white
  • 0765375923
  • 9780765375926
  • 947,111

Review quote

"The book has a richly drawn fantasy world, distinct characterizations, and a fast pace. [...] Peppered with energetic sketches and excerpts from Ven's journals, this unique book will appeal to a broad range of readers." --School Library Journal

"Haydon maintains the quality of the preceding books and sets the stage for yet another sequel." --Booklist
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About Elizabeth Haydon

As the daughter of an air force officer, ELIZABETH HAYDON began traveling at an early age and has since traveled all over the world. She draws on the imagery of these visits in The Symphony of Ages series (Rhapsody, Prophecy, Destiny, etc.) and its companion series for middle grade readers, The Lost Journals of Ven Polypheme (The Floating Island, The Thief Queen's Daughter, etc.), and blends her love of music, anthropology, herbalism and folklore into much of her writing. Haydon is also a harpist and a madrigal singer (a singer of medieval songs). She lives with her family on the East Coast.
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666 ratings
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3 21% (138)
2 2% (16)
1 1% (5)
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