Wednesday, May 8, 2013

I don't know about you...but I want to slay the dragon

It doesn't matter what sort of life you lead: whitecollar, blue collar, shirtless or shoeless. We all have dragons that need slaying in order to live fulfilling lives. The symbol and image of the dragon speaks to many readers from all genre's for this reason and always makes for a great story.
This month one of the books I will be reviewing is Blast of The Dragon's Fury by L.R.W. Lee.
Read on and learn more about this adventure.

Ten-year-old Andy Smithson lands with a thud on a cold, hard floor.  He hears the sounds of breaking glass, things falling and something fizzing. It’s pitch dark. Strange smells erupt around him.  So begin Andy’s adventures in the Land of Oomaldee. 

Unbeknownst to Andy, he has been brought to the Land to break a 500 year old curse.  Amidst adventures battling fire-breathing dragons, fighting vicious vulture attacks, escaping people-eating giants and more, Andy nearly destroys the castle.

Andy’s quest is the Dragon’s Lair to find an ingredient critical to breaking the curse - the scale from an elusive red dragon, the fiercest of all dragon species.  If you love fast paced adventures with unexpected twists, there’s plenty of action and suspense found throughout the Land of Oomaldee.
Since the age of eight, L. R. W. Lee knew she wanted to write a book. Fortunately or unfortunately, she required of herself that she have something significant to say; she sought to contribute to others in a way that could change their lives. Because a degree in Accounting at Cedarville University, as well as work in public and corporate accounting, did not provide riveting fodder for a best seller, she waited. Upon selling her business in early 2012, she had time to write and, more importantly, something significant to share.

L. R. W. Lee’s favorite musical is The Sound of Music. She hates scary movies, but loves piano and strings music, sunsets in Hawaii and a good cup of decaf, French press coffee (yes, decaf!). She also loves Ansel Adams prints and all manner of kinetic art. 

watch for Lee's review on my blog May 22 and go find her books on
ISBN: 978-1482312645
ISBN -10: 1482312646
Available in eBook and Print
Publication Date: April 2013
Genre: Middle Grade Adventure
You can find out more about L.R.W. Lee, her middle grade fantasy adventure series and her World of Ink Author/Book Tour at

Twitter: @LRWLee
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