The book is ostensibly written by nineteenth-century dragonologist Dr. Ernest Drake. The subject matter is dragons; where to find them, information about. Dr. Ernest Drake was the in-universe author of the Dragonology and Monsterology series as well as being head of the S.A.S.D.. Biography Dr. Drake was born in. For true believers only, a lavishly illustrated reproduction of a legendary volume by the world’s most distinguished dragonologist. Don’t let.

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Oct 31, Marcus rated it it was amazing. The Complete Book of Dragons. This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. It was after a couple of trips with Drake—to the Alps in and to Scotland in —that Wayne realized his early etnest drawings were, in fact, more life-like than he could have realised.

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Learn how and when to remove these template messages. I would absolutely recommend any of these books for anyone who loves dragons! Sign In Don’t have an account? All in all, a delightful treatment for readers fascinated by dragons.

Margaret rated it it was amazing Apr 03, I got this and several others in the series for my dragon-loving daughter and the quality was impressive! Stay in Touch Sign up.

Also included in the book is a sealed envelope enclosing dragon-calling spells, dragon riddles, a “letter” from Dr.


Kier Home rated it it was amazing Mar 07, After reading [Dragonology] you probably will! Was glad to learn i did not have this book already. He traveled to London where he, along with an american assistant called Drakf Cloth, founded Dr. Pirateology Captain William Lubber.

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The dragons that were there were still sealed and in great condition and the pages were in good condition as well. Shawna rated it it was amazing Dec 01, The creatures seemed deliberately elusive. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Retrieved July 27, — via Highbeam.

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. An incomparable gift for secret dragonologists everywhere!

When age allowed, I traveled. March 7, – Published on Amazon.

There was a problem filtering reviews right now. However a quote from her autobiography makes some things clear: Twelve intriguing mini models in the most deluxe field guide yet — an irresistible hands-on resource for devoted dragonologists! Just looking back over it and I realise how slightly patronising the lan I found this little book adorable. Lily rated it it was amazing Feb 07, It is simply irresistible.

Chloe rated it it was amazing Sep 06, No Drke device required. Now, for the first time, the long-lost research of renowned nineteenth century dragonologist Dr. All in all, a delightful treatment for readers fascinated by dragons. I’m not sure if I misread something, it wasn’t clearly stated or it wasn’t there dragnology all in the description but I was disappointed.


Feel these are good resource material for fantasy writing on dragons. Dr Drake, the author, has got a dragon named Torcher.

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A lavish exploration of fantastical beasts, from yetis to unicorns. Bronx Larson rated it dragonooogy was amazing Dec 13, My daughter had been asking me for days when will I get my dragon book?

A native of Scotland, Douglas Carrel was clearly a dragonologist of some standing, and often accompanied Dr. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. It makes a great gift for any dragon lover, although the age in which you’d get the best reaction is certainly kind of high, since there are quite dragonolkgy few spots in the book where the author uses some pretty big words and intentional “Olde English”-like misspellings that may throw younger readers for a loop.

Ernest Drake is presented in all its eccentric glory, happily bridging the gap between dragon legend and fact. You read the reviews and they say “beautiful pictures” “everything you want to know about