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The Dragon Wars Saga by Becka Sutton

A group of British teens struggle to end a war which started ten thousand years ago

Weird events have beset the Stevens Quadruplets since infancy. But nothing can prepare them for the day they open their door and find another world outside. A world inhabited by intelligent mythical creatures, most of whom are hostile to humanity. And it seems they are expected to save it from disaster. Even with the help of their bonded ‘heart . . .

A series.  Recommended by Sora.
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THE DRAGON WARS SAGA

We’re not in Oz either.

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Jul 29, 2010: Naive Art – simple, bold, almost cartoony, but there’s more subtlety to it than it appears at first. This is the analogy – not a perfect one – that comes to mind when I try to think how to describe the style of this story.

Four teens stumble into another world, which needs them to save it for some reason. They are soon attacked, and a dark knight appears. First impressions: it’s rather cliched, doesn’t seem very deep, but there’s something [more . . .]

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THE DRAGON WARS SAGA

Promising

By Miladysa, author of Refuge of Delayed Souls

Apr 5, 2010: The magical world of Dragon Wars is most engaging – so are the creatures that inhabit it and the tensions that are rising there.

There are some lovely touches – Heart Friends, Merfolk, Dwarves, Ice Spiders (delicious), blood and truth mirrors (magical) plus enchanted jewels and weaponry.

Strange then, that I was unsure at first as to whether or not I was going to enjoy the story.

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