The Fire Eternal

The Fire Eternal

Chris d'Lacey / Dec 13, 2019

The Fire Eternal Five years have passed since David Rain now a cult author disappeared mysteriously in the Arctic Life in Wayward Crescent has settled to relative normality But as the weather grows wild and the ice

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  • Author: Chris d'Lacey
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  • Five years have passed since David Rain, now a cult author, disappeared mysteriously in the Arctic Life in Wayward Crescent has settled to relative normality But as the weather grows wild and the ice caps melt, all eyes turn north, where bears and the souls of the Inuit dead are combining to produce a spectacular solution A solution with its focus on David s child, AlFive years have passed since David Rain, now a cult author, disappeared mysteriously in the Arctic Life in Wayward Crescent has settled to relative normality But as the weather grows wild and the ice caps melt, all eyes turn north, where bears and the souls of the Inuit dead are combining to produce a spectacular solution A solution with its focus on David s child, Alexa if the agents of evil don t reach her first.

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        He was born in Valetta, Malta, but as a child moved first to Leicester and then to Bolton After gaining a degree in biology from the University of York, he returned to Leicester and got a job at the University of Leicester in their Pre Clinical Sciences department.Originally his writing was confined to songs and he didn t turn to fiction until he was 32 His first piece of work was a 250,000 word story about polar bears for his wife, Jay, to accompany a stuffed polar bear he had bought her as a Christmas present.He didn t write another story for seven years, until he heard about a competition to write a story for young children with a prize of 2,000 The resulting book, A Hole at the Pole, also about polar bears, didn t win but he sent it off to a publisher, who accepted it.His first children s novel, Fly, Cherokee, Fly, was published in 1998 and subsequently shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal It was inspired by the time he found an injured pigeon in Victoria Park and nursed it back to health at home It became a family pet and lived for 14 years in a birdbox attached to the back of the house All of its offspring were given the names of different Native American tribes, which is where the title of the book comes from He has since written over twenty children s books, including Pawnee Warrior a sequel to Fly, Cherokee, Fly , a collaborative novel with fellow children s author Linda Newbery From E To You , and the best selling, award winning The Last Dragon Chronicles His books often contain environmental themes, and events based on things that have happened to him.In July 2002 he was awarded an honorary doctorate from the University of Leicester for his contributions to children s literature Although writing is now his main source of income, he still works at the university as the operator of the confocal microscope.His favourite children s books are the Paddington Bear series and The Hobbit, and his favourite children s authors are Allan Ahlberg and Roald Dahl Chris D Lacey has written many books like Ice Fire and Fire Star, but his most famous book was Dark Fire, the fifth book in The Last Dragon Chronicles.


    1. This was, so far, the weirdest in the series. I will admit that I hadn't read any of the previous books since Fire Star was released, so maybe I lost something that way. Plus this book begins 5 years after the last one ended, so there are a lot of events that happened since that need explaining.I don't think it was over all bad, but the end was just very weird. It seemed like the author was suddenly trying to come up with more plot lines that he could draw into another book or two or three. Like [...]

    2. I've been waiting for the new book in this series, but I was already worried when I saw how thick it was. Then I read it, and it reminded me of last season of the X Files. There was no characterization left, even of the awesomely cute dragons who are brimming with personality; there was practically no plot left, if by plot you mean that the characters actually do things and don't just discover vague forebodings. If a character in this book ate toast, it would be Cosmic Toast With Vague Forebodin [...]

    3. Okay, my question here isWHAT THE *BLEEP*???This book was terrible. Actually, it started going downhill with the last book. This one went all sci-fi and 'cosmic'. I mean, Ix:risor??? (Or however it's spelt- honestly, I can't be bothered to go back and check.) Who puts a colon in the middle of a name?Well, Chris d'Lacey, obviously. I couldn't help but hate this book, including the death and return of the 'new, improved' David Rain.I read The Fire Within, and it was gorgeous. Icefire was almost as [...]

    4. I believe in rounding up. In essence, this book would rank as 2.5 stars, 50%. I was confused for a good chunk of the book. A lot of the polar bear nonsense was confusing, boring, and seemed to contribute almost nothing to the actual story.While I do appreciate how Chris D'Lacey is trying to delve deeper into the whole concept of dragons and other folklore, this book seemed like it was just too much.I was lost for most of the book. Then again, I haven't read the last book in literally years (grad [...]

    5. "It looked very similar to the screwdriver used by the time travelling hero of the dragons' favourite television programme.'Although this is an incredibly childish seires, there are some real adult elements - death, betrayal, etc. It's been a few years since I read the first three books but this was definitely one of the bestough I would have liked to re-read the others just for clarification - the plot goes all over the place. I found myself wanting to read more about the dragons at Wayward Cre [...]

    6. This book was amazing. It was shocking when I found out that David was alive, but as a polar bear. He transformed for a polar bear to a human. It was completely shocking and surpised me in all ways. When I found out that Gwillana turned into a bird was buried in an icecube, I wanted to scream. I don't like Gwillana that much because of what she has done. She was always so evil. The good part is that she helped David only because he forced her too. When the giant bird appeared, I thought the nine [...]

    7. The Fire EternalChris d'Lacey2007Genre: fantasy The main character is David rain. He dies in the fire star and is a story writer. He lives with a little girl named Lucy and her mother Liz Pennywinkle. Lucy believes that David is not dead and tries to find him.He has a dragon named Gadzooks who helps him right stories. David has to over come many problems and wishes it would all end. The setting of this book is the arctic all the Inuit people have died and polar bears are starving and dragons are [...]

    8. Is it just me or was the author trying too hard to create a perfect mash-up of fantasy and realism? The plot's gotten very immense and the more I delved into it, the more confusing it had become. But anyhow, I thought the book was uh well, sorta bad.But yeah, after eons of contemplating as to why I should finish the book or not 'cause it bored the hell out of me, I'd finally decided to just go with it. Although I didn't like this as MUCH as I liked the second and third installments of the series [...]

    9. I am not sure if the continuation of this series was always planned. It it has become increasingly difficult to follow and the cynic in me asks whether the extra books are the result of a compromise of some sort by the author. While I like the attempt to link global problems with interference from cosmic beings, there is much that didn't fit together well and didn't make sense to me. I like the exploration of the dragon myth but along with the few other animals employed (ravens and polar bears) [...]

    10. Five years after David Rain's death, Zanna took her daughter Alexa to her shop, the healing touch. There she gave Alexa G'lant, the dragon David gave Zanna when he died.Meanwhile, in the Arctic, Ingavar (who died with David) with his teller Avril and fighting bear Kailar, are trying to save the north pole. Kailar is sent to find a raven trapped in an ice block, who is actually Gwillana. Meanwhile, Ingavar and Avril get the eye of Gawain from Sedna, the sea goddess.At the crescent, Lucy and a rep [...]

    11. David Rain has dissapeared in the artic and Zanna is heartbroken but she always has Alexa david and zannas daughter to cheer her up. But in the artic three bears travel with Ingavar or otherwise know as david rain now revived with the power of Gawain to find the fire eernal. While this is happening Zanna is having her own problems and lexie is drawing strangely accurate drawings of a dragon when she is only six years old! Then the ix show up. The corrupted species of the fain are trying to cre [...]

    12. There were so many things about this book that just bugged me.First off, its so confusing! All the G names are driving me crazy! I can't keep track of who they are talking about! Gwedolen, Guinevere, Gwillana, Gadzooks so annoying!And the fain? What? Commingling? What? So confusing. How exactly does that work? A lot of the time half the things he talks about make no sense and I feel like he's really just making stuff up without any thought of it making sense.Lucy also really bugged me in this bo [...]

    13. Okay, I didn't even finish this book so maybe I'm biased, but seriously, it was too hard to pick back up. There was just this whole looming Arctic souls and mother earth thing, but the original reason I picked up the books was because of the dragon, and now as they are as sparse as the twists and turns, I decided to drop it. A thumbs up to the reference to global warming though. I'm a huge supporter of the against the human activities that are destroying our earth.

    14. *updated version* Spoilers in review read at own riskSo the end of the last book literally left me in tears. I mean geez! David getting stabbed in the heart and finding out he is about to be a father before he is pushed into the ocean only to be lost forever? Talk about a cliffhanger and a tear jerker I was begging for him to come back all throughout this book because I missed him so much.So in this book it has been a long time since David has been lost to the bowls of the sea. Zanna took it pre [...]

    15. The Fire Eternal is Chris d'Lacey's 4th book in the Last Dragon Chronicles. It's four years after Gwillana kidnapped Lucy and took her to the tooth of Ragnar, four years that David has been presumed dead to all but Lucy and she wants the world to know him as the hero she saw him as. With Zanna being mother to David's strange child Alexa and Elizabeth being in love with Arthur Lucy is left feeling lost and seeks help from a journalist to prove David is alive, but problems occur and soon it seems [...]

    16. The Fire Eternal is the fourth book of the clay dragon saga. After searching for a while Lucy found out what happened to David but you'll need to read the book to fund out what. Also don't you think it would be cool to have dragons fling around your house that you owned? The fire Enternal is about manlily finding David. Also the clay dragon Gadzooks is evil. In this book there is a lot of adventuer. The fire eterernal or any of the Chirs D'Lacey clay dragrons books are for anyone who likes to re [...]

    17. I really loved the polar bear part of the story. All the mysticism behind it kept me into it. However, although most of the series is written from different perspectives, this time the multiple perspectives didn't really come together well until the end. Sometimes it was a bit frustrating to figure out where the setting was, whether it was at the Pennykettles' house, in the Artic, in Zanna's shop, and so on. I was highly disappointed at first with the way Zanna reacted to that reporter guy. In f [...]

    18. I'm not quite sure how I feel about this series. I enjoyed the subject matter, and originally, with the first few books, I was intrigued by the "writer style" of David Rain and how his stories came alive. The Pennykettle dragons were adorable and wonderful character additions. However, the further I got into the books, the more confused I became. It seems like d'Lacey was reaching a bit too far to try and combine fantasy and reality with environmental warnings. There was too much going on. The c [...]

    19. AHHHHHHH! Jeez. With this book I just want to pull my hair out! I told myself i would finish it one day, but everytime I try to read it I get all antsy and then I practically try to distract myself becase it is SOOOO boring!!!!! I've read multiple charpters, so I've tryed to get into it, but I just CANT do it!!!!!

    20. Personal Response:This book was really good. The author is very good at describing the characters emotions. This author writes a lot of teen books that are very good. Plot Summary:The Pennykettles went 5 years without David. Zanna opened a shop, and it is called the Healing Touch. Zanna branded Tam with the mark of Oomara, and erased his memory, so he left Zanna alone. Lucy wanted to find out where David lived, so she teamed up with Tam to figure that out. Lucy ran after a squirrel, while lookin [...]

    21. This is the fourth book in Chris d'Laceys last dragon seris.It starts out as a polar bear is laying on cracked ice taking his dying breath. As he dies the earth goes with him. This bear is kaliar the son of a figting bear named rangar. Suzzana martindale is the lover of te former teanet of wayward creasent in scrubbly a small town on the outskirts of boston. David rain was the mysterios teanet who disapeared in the artic five years ago. Suzzana or "Zanna" is the mother of davids child alexa and [...]

    22. I think the fire eternal was a great book and I am not going to spoil it for those who want to read it. Well I will spoil it for those who want to read but won't get the chance. So the main character is David rain who can take the form of whatever he chooses. In this book it becomes a polar bear. That's all I will spoil.

    23. The Last Dragon Chronicles: The Fire Eternal By: Chris D’Lacey The Fire Eternal takes place in modern times, five years after the events of the third book in the series, Fire Star. Five years since the main character, David Rain, disappeared in the Arctic. Presently, David’s partner, Zanna, and their five-year old daughter, Alexa, are still living with Liz and Lucy Pennykettle in Scrubbley, Massachusetts. Their cat, Bonnington, is still being occupied by a creature only present in someone’ [...]

    24. When I first picked up this book, I was a bit weary. The first three books of the series by Chris D'Lacey were an interesting group of books, and were incredibly enticing. This book brings to life clay figures in a way that no author can match, and he does it well. I also appreciate that his whole book theme is original. I have read many books that I can match to another book in similarity, but this one is its own category. Now to pick apart the actual book. I thought it was good, but it definit [...]

    25. Loved to see the returning characters in one, Zanna, Lucy, Arthur and let’s not forget all the dragon characters. Very creative and imaginative story about dragons and where they come from. They even added some fairies in this time. I most loved about this book is the characters returning to them just felt natural and it did seem like there was more story to be told. I even got the feeling there could be another one in the works. I recommend this book any time a there is a kid asking for a goo [...]

    26. the last moments for david have been missing and liz and lucy are not happy because they miss him. he was a a boy who goes to college that lived at their place as an tenant. David also have a dauther called alexa. David is trying to save mankind by stopping the ice cap from melting. the polar bears are dieing but there are more and more dragons appearing. david is at the artic they're trying to stop the trouble there so gaia don't do something stupid. they manage to stop the real dragon not the [...]

    27. I still can't believe I actually finished this book! To say it was bad would be an understatement and I can't believe that it is categorized as a young adult fantasy. I'm not sure how they could even follow it as the farther and farther you read it, it became more and more convoluted! This series is going nowhere at warp speed and I feel comfortable using that term since there is now an alien element that has no place what so ever to the story. The saddest part was that in book two this series w [...]

    28. The Fire Eternal follows the story of The Pennykettles Lucy and Liz, and their friends, David Rain, and Zanna Martindale, as they interact with a new race called The Fain. This race also has a subdivision called the Ix, who are trying to raise a new species of dragon, called a Darkling. These Darklings could tear the world apart if created, and we discover if the group can prevent this from happening. I enjoyed this book, but found some areas, such as when the points of view switch in the middle [...]

    29. Terrible. Absolutely barf-worthy, if I may. I can't remember all the things that are monumentally wrong with this book, as I'm already trying to block it out, but I'll list a few. First, a main character who has been killed off should NOT come back to life all of a sudden. And what's with Lucy spending her life being so hung up on bringing David back? The book was entertaining in parts but the best characters, the Pennykettle dragons, are almost completely cut out of the story. The author leaves [...]

    30. In this fourth installment of the Last Dragon Chronicles, it has been five years since David Rain's death in the arctic. His daughter, Alexa, is now five years old. When a reporter starts digging around for information on David, cosmic forces begin to stir and Alexa and all the other residents at Cresent Place are in the middle.[return]The story was solid and moved along fairly well. The plot has gotten more complex and it's been a while since I read the previous story so I couldn't remember som [...]

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