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Free eBook The Dragon's Apprentice (The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica) download ISBN: 1442334134
Author: James Langton,James A. Owen
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Unabridged edition (October 19, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Young Adults
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction
Size MP3: 1752 mb
Size FLAC: 1359 mb
Rating: 4.5
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The Dragon’s Apprentice – Seven years after the events of The Shadow Dragons, John, Jack and Charles are .

The Dragon’s Apprentice – Seven years after the events of The Shadow Dragons, John, Jack and Charles are finally able to return to their beloved Archipelago of Dreams. But even as their return is celebrated by old friends, new concerns shadow the reunion: the threat of Ecthroi, primordial Shadow. And perhaps even worse, the apparent splintering of Time itself.

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James A. Owen is the author of the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series, the creator of. . Owen is the author of the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series, the creator of the critically acclaimed Starchild graphic novel series, and the author of the Mythworld series of novels. He is also founder and executive director of Coppervale International, a comic book company that also publishes magazines and develops and produces television and film projects. The last two people who witnessed the ghost’s appearance were Caretakers of the Imaginarium Geographica, and a ghost pirate was at least as interesting as some of the other fantastic things they had seen, so they moved closer to have a better look.

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The Dragon's Apprentice: The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica

The Dragon's Apprentice: The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica. Written by James A. Owen. Narrated by James Langton. The fate of two worlds is at stake in this new addition to a series that blends fantasy and legend. Seven years after the events of The Shadow Dragons, John, Jack, and Charles are finally able to return to their beloved Archipelago of Dreams. But even as old friends celebrate their return, new concerns shadow the reunion: the threat of Ecthroi, primordial Shadow.

The Dragon's Apprentice written by James A. Owen is the fifth book in the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica. It is preceded by The Shadow Dragons. It has been stated by the author that at least two novels will follow, the first of them entitled The Dragons of Winter, and the next entitled The First Dragon, along with what Owen refers to as "surprises"

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Written by James A. Owen, Audiobook narrated by James Langton. The Dragon's Apprentice. Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, Book 5. By: James A. Narrated by: James Langton. Series: Imaginarium Geographica, Book 5. Length: 9 hrs and 49 mins. Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy.

The fate of two worlds is at stake in this new addition to a series that blends fantasy and legend.

Seven years after the events of The Shadow Dragons, John, Jack, and Charles are finally able to return to their beloved Archipelago of Dreams. But even as old friends celebrate their return, new concerns shadow the reunion: the threat of Ecthroi, primordial Shadow. And perhaps even worse, the apparent splintering of Time itself.

Now the Caretakers must fight against their most fearsome enemy ever and attempt to restore Time, journeying through a forgotten Door from the destroyed Keep of Time in order to seek out the Dragon’s Apprentice. Failure will mean the end of both of the worlds. But success will carry its own price—a price that may be too high even for the Caretakers to bear.

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SkroN
I love the idea of this series, all these famous authors (long dead and gone) working together (mostly) to stop the destruction of an alternate "fictional" world. However, with that said, there are too many characters to keep straight in this series. And, with this 5th book, Owen adds even more characters! I am an English teacher and know many of the authors, however, I have several students who have read these books and they easily get confused and miss many of the underlying puns and jokes. Owen really, REALLY, needs to include a list of characters in these books, explaining who these people are in real life, as well as how they are connected to the story.
Meztisho
Another fantastic installment in the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica. This one picks up just where the fourth book ended, and while the fourth book was slower and left a lot a plot holes lying about, this one resolves them in that Owen style we know and love. Complicated plot twists, changing alliances, and one of the best combinations of fantasy, science fiction and traditional literature. Also, it seems the kid gloves are coming off, as this novel gets darker and more dangerous than the previous ones. The caretakers are discovering that their actions are not merely confined to a specific event, but that they are all tied up together, with repercussions into both the past, and more disturbingly, the future.

In this novel the Caretakers discover the consequences to the destruction of the Keep of Time, the dismissal of the Dragons, and their meddling in time have caused a rip in the Archipelago, separating it completely from the Summer Country. As they investigate, they discover that indeed, for every action there's a reaction, and that their actions, from the first novel to the last one, were perhaps, not the wisest. They also find themselves fighting with their inner demons, and with the loses of their closest friends to the war (both in the Summer Country and in the Archipelago).

As has become common with this series, there is a huge amount of characters, from the good and the bad, to the tragic, pathetic, and ambiguous, and Owen does a great job of molding and developing each character. We see more of Rose Dyson and Laura Glue, who are maturing into young women, we learn more about the history of Bert and Jules, we discover more of the secrets to Termalene House and its mysterious caretaker, among other things. And the ending is a great surprise that leaves you waiting for the next book, cursing that it will be a year till it comes out. Anyone who loves this series will love this book; anyone who loves literature, fantasy and science fiction will love this book, and anyone who hasn't read these books... where have you been?
Unh
The Dragon's Apprentice is the fifth entry in the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, the Atlas of Imaginary Lands, which has been protected by famous writers of our world -Dante, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Verne, etc.- for over a millenium.

This time around, as the time-flow finally cracks, and with it the Archipielago of Dreams, present Caretakers, J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis, are hard-pressed to find the solution: finding the Dragon's Apprentice and mapping time to make things right. As events from the future effect the past, and the new past affects future events, the Caretakers and their allies fight their most fearsome enemies yet: The Primordial Shadows.

James Owen presents another compelling story, with great pace, interesting plot, and as always, the wonderful gift of the motivation to look into the classics, and discover -or re-discover- all the wonderful stories the great men of the past have left us as heritage.
Dranar
This series held the whole family spellbound. We bought the series for our 10 and 11 year old kids but read it first to check it out ... and we were hooked. A little over the heads of our kids in many of the references, but that didn't detract from their enjoyment. Great books for adults who enjoy reading young adult fiction!
Hono
My now thirteen-year-old borrowed these first off his sister's shelf, then from the library when she moved off to college, then got married; now he's decided he needs to have them on his own bookshelf. Does that sound like a keeper to you? Great books, all of them, entertaining, well-imagined, adventuresome, well-written. I would highly recommend the entire series.
Kearanny
Not just another fine installment in the Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica series, this book seems to mark a change of direction, setting up new goals for our heroes. I love this series, but if James Owen's characters were as deep and intricate as his plots, it would be perfect. That aside, it's a great book in a great series, but absolutely not the place for new readers to start.
allegro
Can't say enough about this author. The story and illustrations are amazing and this continuation is the tops.
Enjoyed by teenager that it was a gift for.