Watch out dragons... Here be Aaron!

Aaron Gray and the Dragon War Is now available as a book and ebook.

Aaron is a brat, which is understandable after everything he's been through. He also sees dragons when he hums, which isn't understandable by anyone, ever. He soon gets sucked into the dragons' dangerous war, where his only defences are his embarrassingly magical fingernails, and a fierce, ten-year-old girl.

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Monday, 2 January 2017

The Flight of Dragons

For those people serious about studying and understanding dragons, there are a few books that are absolutely invaluable. By far the most important book is this one, The Flight Of Dragons.


It's quite an old book, it's not being printed anymore, and the most expensive copy on Amazon is going for £234.99. Much cheaper versions are available, but I was extremely lucky to get mine for £6 from a second hand bookshop,

The book uses other famous stories (including JRR Tolkien, C.S Lewis and Anne McCaffrey) to scientifically prove all the information you would ever need to know about dragons.


It explains how dragons breathe fire, and how that helps them to fly.


It explains how Dragon's blood is made of acid (which must be why it makes such good oven cleaner).


And most importantly, it explains how dragons can communicate with other creatures through eye contact.

 It does get one thing wrong though. The book comes to the conclusion that dragons don't actually "talk", that they're actually dumb beasts that fool people into thinking they've spoken to them by hypnotising them. Of course we now know that dragons are cleverer than that...




2 comments:

  1. I still have my original VHS copy. It cost me about 15 quid about 15 years ago.

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  2. I used to love that film as a kid! (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0083951/ for those who don't remember it.) It was a beautiful thing and pulled together the science from the book in a fun storyline! I might blog about it some other time :)

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