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by Jonathon Schmidt,Jane Yolen

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Teenagers
Author: Jonathon Schmidt,Jane Yolen
ISBN: 0152059199
ISBN13: 978-0152059194
Language: English
Publisher: HMH Books for Young Readers; First edition (May 4, 2009)
Pages: 400
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Dragon's Heart by Jane Yolen, the fourth book of the Pit Dragon Chronicles, was not a disappointment.

Dragon's Heart by Jane Yolen, the fourth book of the Pit Dragon Chronicles, was not a disappointment. There have been some changes while they were away, to which they must adjust, and Akki is intent on discovering a scientific way to mimic the benefits gained from sleeping in a dragon's belly after it has given birth.

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The Pit Dragon Chronicles, Volumes 1-3: Boxed Set: Dragon's Blood, Heart's Blood, and A Sending of Dragons. JANE YOLEN has written countless picture books and young adult novels to much acclaim. She's perhaps best known for her How Do Dinosaurs. Dragon Strike: Book Four of the Age of Fire. series illustrated by Mark Teague and the young adult novels Sister Light, Sister Dark; Briar Rose; and many others. She divides her time between Massachusetts and Scotland.

by Jane Yolen and Jonathon Schmidt . Austar IV isn't the planet it once was, and when Jakkin and Akki finally return to the dragon nursery, their homecoming arouses mixed emotions. Jane Yolen is a highly acclaimed author who has written hundreds of books for children and adults and has won numerous awards. She and her husband divide their time between Massachussetts and Scotland. Visit her at janeyolen. com and on Twitter at Yolen. They could be taught enough movements to fight warily in a pit. They could recall where a particularly fine patch of wort existed. But otherwise they lived in the now.

Included in: Pit Dragon Chronicles. the dragons display vivid personalities and agendas. the author crafts a plot well supplied with danger and action. Yolen’s world-building remains accomplished, and the characters are engaging and sympathetic. -The Horn Book Magazine.

Book IV of the Pit Dragon Chronicles. Published in the United States by Graphia

Book IV of the Pit Dragon Chronicles. Published in the United States by Graphia, an imprint of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Originally published in hardcover in the United States by Harcourt. Children's Books, an imprint of Houghton Mifflin. Harcourt Publishing Company, 2009. For information about permission to reproduce selections from this book

Pit Dragon Chronicles. I has been twelve years since there has been an entry from the Pit Dragons Chronicles

Pit Dragon Chronicles. I has been twelve years since there has been an entry from the Pit Dragons Chronicles. I was very excited and wanted to read Dragon's Heart as soon as I could get my hands on it. I think that perhaps I should have re-read the previous story before I began the new one. I love dragon stories and will pretty much pick up any book where there are dragons in the novel. Dragons do not play as large a role in Dragon's Heart as in the previous ones. That I think is the reason it was more difficult for me to get into Dragon's Heart. The dragons were kind on the periphery and wanted more.

Dragon's Blood: The Pit Dragon Chronicles, Volume One: By Yolen, Jane. Complete Set Series - Lot of 4 Pit Dragon Chronicles books by Jane Yolen Heart. Customs services and international tracking provided. Dragon's Blood (Pit Dragon Chronicles by Jane Yolen - Laurel Leaf PB (1984).

The Pit Dragon Chronicles are a trilogy series of books by Jane Yolen, consisting of Dragon's Blood (1982), Heart's Blood (1984), A Sending Of Dragons (1987), and Dragon's Heart (2009). The story takes place A Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far Far Away, on the harsh desert planet of Austar IV. Once used to dispose of criminals, Austar IV has now flourished, under a system of masters and 'bonders', a lower class that has to pay a bond price to rise up in the world.

Pit Dragon Chronicles. Together they've survived the insurmountable, and now they can weather the brutal conditions of Dark After and communicate with the dragons they love. But with this knowledge comes responsibility. What they've learned about survival could transform the planet-or, if entrusted to the wrong hands, bring about its destruction.

Austar IV isn't the planet it once was, and when Jakkin and Akki finally return to the dragon nursery, their homecoming arouses mixed emotions. Together they've survived the insurmountable, and now they can weather the brutal conditions of Dark After and communicate with the dragons they love. But with this knowledge comes responsibility. What they've learned about survival could transform the planet--or, if entrusted to the wrong hands, bring about its destruction. Akki's insistence that she return to the Rokk to finish her training and begin new experiments drives a chasm between her and Jakkin. Suddenly she finds herself in the midst of a political battle that could claim her life. Only Jakkin can save her. If only he could reach her. . . .
Comments to eBook Dragon's Heart: The Pit Dragon Chronicles, Volume Four
Virtual
The first time I read book 1 of the series, I had been barely 8 years old. One of my favorite books when I was a child. Still the story stick with me into adulthood. A few weeks ago I remember some more details about the book and started searching for the name!

I found the series and bought the first book, and enjoyed it just as much as I did many years ago. I just concluded the series for the first time, and I loved it. The writing style was excellent and delivered the story in a brilliant manner that made me want to read late into the night.

I'd recommend this book to everyone! Great read regardless of age!

10/10
Hrguig
Great book. It picks up right where the third left off. the writting was good, though at times seemed a bit rushed.(as if Jane needed to finish writting a chapter/the last half of the book)The first half was the right pace and was building up to something big/good. But the second part was rushed. The ending was ok,and again seemed too rushed. More could have been done with the "kidnappers" It was ended in away that there "may" not be a another one.(which would be sad, because there is still alot that can be done)The added info about Austar after the book was a nice touch and did bring a smile to my face. And within that alone, there can be another book. I found these books as a young teenager, even though i'm in my late 20's, i still read the seris and was super happy to see a fourth. I hope for more books in the seris. More about Jakkin and Akki growing up and starting their own family and help Austar with the change. Or the trogs upraising and attacking a weak, changing Austar that hows little to no weapons. Or side storys about Golden's "pirating" missions to help Austar. And if Jane or anyone that knows her(which i doubt she or anyone that knows here even reads Amazon reviews ). Please write more books for the seris. And please, take your time with the story. This seris has lots of promise. We the fan, are behind you on them and await more. Keep up the good work. Fans of the seris, read and enjoy!
Ironrunner
I've read this set dozens of time from a child, well into adulthood. It's not a hard read or long by any stretch of the imagination, but it has exactly that. Imagination. It's definitely a chronicle I'll hand down to my children one day
Gavinranadar
Loved this world and the characters
Inerrace
It was good to get back to Austar IV after many years away. I think I read the previous book in this series in 1987. This one has been sitting on my stack since the beginning of 2010. Thankfully, the book included both an introduction and a preface which did a lot to get me back up to speed on what I missed.

This one begins with Jakkin and Akki escaping from their captivity at the hands of the trogs and returning to the dragon nursery that was their home. But after being gone a year and because of some things they did before they left, they are returning to a world that is very different than the one they left.

The bonders revolted, the senate freed all the bonders, and the Federation has embargoed the planet for not more than fifty years. And Akki and Jakkin have changed beyond measure too. They spent the night in the egg sack of Jakkin's dying dragon to escape the bitter cold of the Dark-After and when they left it they could tolerate the cold and speak mind to mind with each other and with dragons.

Akki is determined to discover how they developed their powers. She wants to find some sort of vaccine that will let others survive the cold and speak mind to mind but without the necessity of killing the female dragons. Jakkin is even more determined to protect the dragons.

Both have harrowing adventures as Akki learns that all the rebels weren't shipped off the prison planets or rehabilitated and Jakkin is recaptured by the trogs who had held them captive.

The story was engaging and entertaining. I was swept into the story even though I barely remembered the first three books. The writing was wonderful. But, what else could one expect from Jane Yolen? Fantasy fans middle grade and up will enjoy this adventure story and will be eagerly searching out the previous three books in the series.
Ffrlel
Dragon's Heart by Jane Yolen, the fourth book of the Pit Dragon Chronicles, was not a disappointment. Having been rescued from their mountain hideaway and cleared of all crimes, Jakkin and Akki return to the nursery. There have been some changes while they were away, to which they must adjust, and Akki is intent on discovering a scientific way to mimic the benefits gained from sleeping in a dragon's belly after it has given birth.

Filed with all the political aspects of the second book Heart's Blood, as well as action, suspense, and plenty of surprises, Dragon's Heart provides an amazing ending to the Pit Dragon Chronicles. I, for one, could not put it down until the end. If you haven't read the book, I suggest you do so as soon as possible.
Cesar
was a good read
fast paced plot with plenty of action mixed with character development. it has dragons!..once I read a review that said dragons are like bacon they just make things better and this is in no way untrue in this novel. can't wait for the next one.
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