Dark Fire (The Last Dragon Chronicles #5)

Interest LevelReading LevelReading A-ZATOSWord Count
Grades 4 - 8Grades 3 - 6n/a5.290119
Chris d'Lacey is back with more magic and dragons in the fifth book of his New York Times bestselling Last Dragon Chronicles!

David Rain was lost in the Arctic and it was up to his daughter, Alexa, to bring him back. This one little girl had the power to save her father, but when she found him, she uncovered a lot more than just David: Dragons have finally returned to Earth as well. . . .

Don't miss Chris d'Lacey's addition to his rich dragon mythology in his next series, The Erth Dragons!
Hardcover, 576 pages
Published on April 14, 2010 by Orchard Books
ISBN-10: 0545102723
ISBN-13: 9780545102728
6 Book Reviews
  • 4ever9904
    4ever9904over 6 years55 stars
    Its a great book! i think that the book series is like the best !!! ME LUV !!!
    • anflores
      anfloresover 6 years
      Its an fantastic book it was a top rated book I think its great because it has everything I like Dragons and Demons well not demons but like ancient sprits the main characters are David Rain Lucy Zanna. Zanna has a demon mark on her arm in Dark Fire she gets possessed by a evil person gawin lucy aunt she has a special connect with the dragons she can talk to them by mind.
      • nannerb
        nannerbover 6 years55 stars
        This book was amazing. It had a wonderful mix of mystery and adventure. I recommend this book but you must read the WHOLE set of books. Also this book is very weird but it is awesome.
        • trex561
          trex561over 8 years55 stars
          i think this is a great series but i wish there were more books
          • trex561
            trex561over 8 years55 stars
            it is a great book im almost done I've read the first four books of the series there the nest books ive ever read
            • southernbelle
              southernbelleover 10 years
              WOAH WOAH WOAH THIS SEREIS IS AMAZING!! i have to say some of the books at the end of the series are a little hard to comprehend....i had to read some of them a few times before i totally understood it.