Red Dragon Codex

  • Title: Red Dragon Codex
  • Author: R.D. Henham
  • ISBN: 9780786949250
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Red Dragon Codex For fans of The New York Times best selling A Practical Guide to Dragons a new series of fantasy fiction focusing on the power of dragonkind The Dragon Codices chronicle adventures with each of ten d
    For fans of The New York Times best selling A Practical Guide to Dragons, a new series of fantasy fiction focusing on the power of dragonkind.The Dragon Codices chronicle adventures with each of ten dragons of Krynn From the fiery, evil red dragon to the playful copper, each dragon s tale is unique Sindri Suncatcher, narrator of A Practical Guide to Dragons, shared theseFor fans of The New York Times best selling A Practical Guide to Dragons, a new series of fantasy fiction focusing on the power of dragonkind.The Dragon Codices chronicle adventures with each of ten dragons of Krynn From the fiery, evil red dragon to the playful copper, each dragon s tale is unique Sindri Suncatcher, narrator of A Practical Guide to Dragons, shared these tales from his travels with library scribe R.D Henham.Mudd lives a peaceful life in his small town, tinkering with the mill and any mechanical devices that he can find But his peaceful life soon changes when, out of nowhere, a red dragon attacks, burning the town and kidnapping Shemnara, the village seer Only one clue is left behind a cryptic note telling Mudd, Seek the silver dragon.

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    1. R.D Henham is a pseudonym of Rebecca Shelley.


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    1. LRN: Solid five stars. In this story, there's a village called Potter's Mill. The village maiden is kidnapped by a red dragon and a boy named Mudd who lives there has to save her. Mum: Was she friends with the boy?LRN: Yes. The red dragons eat girls.Mum: Why?LRN: They just do! Mum: So what happens? LRN: Mudd meets another son of a chief of a city named Drakecutter. They go to Palanthas to get this pendant that summons the silver dragon which is the weakness of the red dragon. The silver dragons [...]

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    2. Dragons, magic, dwarves, seers, and interesting draconian creatures. My 11 year old son started reading this and since I am awed by dragons I joined in. We agreed that the beginning was engaging and wished that energy had continued throughout the story. The enmity and the confrontation between the red and silver dragon was exciting. The story that followed slowed down, but it was still entertaining.A brother and his bold sister set out on a simple quest searching for the Silver Dragon’s pendan [...]

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    3. Red Dragon Codex is a tale about a quest for multiple items, all because of a nasty red dragon named Redclaw. You see, Redclaw enjoys causing pain and suffering wherever she goes. She practically destroyed Potter's Mill and Greenhollow so that it would cause a chain of events that will eventually lead her to the silver dragon, whom she intends to kill. What a nasty piece of work Redclaw is.The storyline in Red Dragon Codex is of the type that I really enjoy in a fantasy novel. The main character [...]

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    4. This book is one of the slowest, stupidest, most monotonous things I've ever read. Generally, I have good taste in books, and I don't generally find a need to bash them. This thing, though this is just ridiculous.The characters are just straight-up copy-and-paste from every other fantasy adventure book ever. You've got the plucky hero kid, the girly princess, the seer, the dragon. And it is all horribly boring.The plot is terrible. New characters are thrust at you with no reason to care about th [...]

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    5. When a Red Dragon attacks Mudd’s village and kidnaps the village seer, Mudd goes on a quest to find a pendant that will summon a Silver Dragon to aid in a rescue mission. Mudd is joined by his sister Hiera, a dwarf named Drakecutter, Iroden, and the warrior Kirak. Red Dragon Codex is more a fun fantasy adventure than a scary story, but with plenty of mystery, battles, and monsters, it is an entertaining read. Red Dragon Codex is the first book in the companion series to A Practical Guide to Dr [...]

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    6. This book was written by my writer friend, Rebecca Shelley. I just picked this up at her book launch party the other day. Thus far, it's a fun little fantasy. This one was written for young readers, ages 8 to 10. From what I've read so far, they should enjoy the action. Plenty of dragony meanness, plenty of character drama, and, yes, a death toll. It's good to see that there are still moments of tough sledding, even in a story designed for the younger kids.This is a good little book. Good packag [...]

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    7. I picked this book up on a whim when it came to the library. I'm so glad I did! The story reminds me of a junior version of "The Hobbit". Following a band of interesting characters who can carry the story all on their own, you get to travel to interesting places and creative creatures. Following the main character, Mudd, you join them on their quest to find the dragon pendant and defeat the evil red dragon. Meant for preteen/teen readers, this book will appeal to any fantasy style fans. A great [...]

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    8. A delightful book that I believe will be fun for the middle-school age child, but also a joy to parents who love to read to kids of all ages. With a style that "tastes" of Judy Blume, which is unusual for the normal fantasy story, it's witty, cute, full of adventure and action without getting too "gross" for younger children, and doesn't leave out anything that most readers expect of a sword-and-sorcery story. Beautiful cover, reads fast, and several unexpected surprises right to the end.

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    9. This book was incredibly bland. if I'd had the time, I could have read it in a single day dimensional characters and gaping plot wholes with a point and fetch RRPG Quest feel, this book nearly had me asleepe world was completely undeveloped, and even the last page left me with no desire whatsoever to read whatever came after this.I don't think I could read one more page of such a simple but terribly executed story.

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    10. All in all, this book was okay. The moment I saw the word ranger in it, I checked the back of the book and sure enough, it was owned by Dungeons and Dragons. It is kind of a standard adventure. One thing I did not like is that the main character is a rogue. Why a rogue?!? I bet it is the most used main character in all of fantasy. The adventure was pretty straightforward, but it was still good. Overall, good enough to read the next, but not to rave about this one.

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    11. I read this book when I was a pre-teen and liked it a lot. It revolves around a boy named Mudd and his sister who go off on a quest to rescue the village seer from the evil red dragon, Redclaw. Along the way, they meet a few other characters who decide to tag along on their quest for one reason or another (not giving any spoilers).This story is great for 9-15 year-olds who want a well-paced adventure filled with magic, dragons, dwarves, elves, humor, and danger lurking right around the corner.

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    12. I read most of this series when I was a preteen and obsessed with dragons (well, that part didn't go away :) ). Ran across it in the library today and just couldn't resist. So nostalgic. :) Fun characters, clean, easy read. One of my favorite parts is when Hiera is faced with two mirrors, showing the girl side and the tomboy side, and can't walk through either, and finally, to get past, she has to accept BOTH parts of her and walk through them both at once. And I love Kirak.

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    13. I read this book, & loved it. It really sunk a black hole into your heart, but it had a bit of romance, with many fight sense, & a bit of magic. The author did a great gob describing the dragon's. Every thing he put into the book was used. He also did a good gob defining the carters personalities, how they acted how they felt about the other carters, I say a 5 star book, but do not recommend to all.

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    14. The Dragon Codex is quite a story. In the beginning things seem to go a bit fast but you catch on and the book isn't very long. I like how the author describes the nature of dragons and how their differet from one another by their color. I finished the book in a few days but I wish it was longer. I'm thinking it's one of my favorite books I've read and I'll be sure to read the other books of R.D. Henham (Henham funny name don't you think) a great writer.

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    15. A fun little book. The story is good, but pretty standard. My only problem with this book was the way it tried to jam D&D type lingo and concepts in constantly. For example RPG classes are essentially forced on every main character in the book, to the point where you feel like you are being hit over the head with it.

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    16. This book was an okay book. It started slow, so I didn't get to know the charactors before the important things happened. Most authors like to write action in books. The best books are when the author makes the book have important slwo parts that most people hate. This book failed to have that, but it was good enough that I want to read the next book R. D. Henham wrote.

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    17. This was an interesting read. The characters were fascinating and the story imaginative. I look forward to reading the other dragon codex books. If you enjoy reading about dragons I urge you to read this.

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    18. I really like that this book had a lot of adventures in it. It also had a lot of creatures and other things like the dragon pendant in it that don't exist in the real world. There were also interesting places like a dwarf village. I can't wait to read the Silver Dragon Codex.

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    19. Fun little book. The Characters names were a little off. The storie progresses quickly, maybe even a little too quickly. That might be for the younger audience though. Fun to read and held my attention I would read more of the codexs.

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    20. This book wasn't so much about a dragon as I expected, but it was still alright. Red Dragon Codex was about a boy who wants revenge on the dragon that destroyed his home and killed many people, and sets out for help. If you are a fantasy fan, you would probably enjoy this book.

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    21. THIS BOOK IS REALLY GOOD I LOVED IT!!!!! ITS ABOUT A BOY NAMED MUDD WHO TRIES TO FIND A LOCAL "SEER" OF THE VILLAGE. HE NEEDS TO FIND THE SILVER DRAGON'S PENDENT TO SUMMON HER SO SHE CAN KILL THE RED DRAGON WHO HAS CAPTURED THE LOCAL "SEER".

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    22. I got a signed copy of this book in an exchange with the author, Rebecca Shelley, at Mountain-Con '08. While it is part of a series written collectively under the pen name R.D. Henham, this is a stand alone book for 9 to 12 year old kids.

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    23. Sean wanted this book for Christmas so I thought I better read it. You just never know right? Well, it was an okay book. I wasn't completely thrilled with it but I think my ten year old will enjoy it. There is lots of action. So, that's a plus right? Hope he enjoys it.

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    24. This is a story of a boy named mut and a red dragon.Mut has a sister thats good at ranging.This is the first book in the seres and is really good!

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    25. Simple language and a good story, but nothing too serious and I guess, for younger readers.

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    26. Great book for any age--as long as you love dragons! Good characters, well done and ones both girls and boys will love.

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    27. Great book, but I didnt read these in order. Big mistake.

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    28. Wonderful for the young child that enjoys a great dragon story. This is directed to fourth/fifth grade level. The story is fast moving and full of adventure. First part of a series.

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    29. This starts off a little slow, but it didn't take long to get caught up in the adventure. It had some good lessons about agency and judging people. The author live in SLC

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