!!> Ebook ➥ Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, #1) ➦ Author Patricia C. Wrede – Morefreeinfo.info

Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, #1) Cine Is Everything A Princess Is Not Supposed To Be Headstrong, Tomboyish, Smart And Bored So Bored That She Runs Away To Live With A Dragon And Finds The Family And Excitement She S Been Looking For.Cover Illustrator Peter De S Ve


About the Author: Patricia C. Wrede

Patricia Collins Wrede was born in Chicago, Illinois and is the eldest of five children She started writing in seventh grade She attended Carleton College in Minnesota, where she majored in Biology and managed to avoid taking any English courses at all She began work on her first novel, Shadow Magic, just after graduating from college in 1974 She finished it five years later and started her se Patricia Collins Wrede was born in Chicago, Illinois and is the eldest of five children She started writing in seventh grade She attended Carleton College in Minnesota, where she majored in Biology and managed to avoid taking any English courses at all She began work on her first novel, Shadow Magic, just after graduating from college in 1974 She finished it five years later and started her second book at once, having become permanently hooked on writing by this time.Patricia received her M.B.A from the University of Minnesota in 1977.She worked for several years as a financial analyst and accountant, first with the Minnesota Hospital Association, then with B Dalton Booksellers, and finally at the Dayton Hudson Corporation headquarters.Patricia finished her first novel in late 1978 In January, 1980, Pamela Dean, Emma Bull, Will Shetterly, Steven Brust, Nate Bucklin, and Patricia Wrede all, at that point, hopeful but unpublished formed the writer s group that later became known as The Scribblies In April of 1980, Patricia s first novel sold to Ace Books It came out at last in 1982, which is the year she met Lillian Stewart Carl who introduced her to Lois McMaster Bujold by mail.In 1985, shortly before the publication of her fifth book, she left the world of the gainfully employed to try winging it on her own.Her interests include sewing, embroidery, desultory attempts at gardening, chocolate, not mowing the lawn, High Tea, and, of course, reading.She is a vegetarian, and currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her cats, Merlin, Brisen, and Nimue She has no children, but as of this writing, she does have four nieces and four nephews ranging in age from seven months to twelve years old and in geographical location from Maine to Alabama.She has published twelve and a half books Shadow Magic, Daughter of Witches, The Seven Towers, Talking to Dragons, The Harp of Imach Thyssel, Caught in Crystal, Snow White and Rose Red, Dealing with Dragons, Mairelon the Magician, Searching for Dragons, Calling on Dragons, The Raven Ring, and a collaboration with fellow Minneapolis author Caroline Stevermer, Sorcery and Cecelia, as well as a collection of short stories titled Book of Enchantments She is also part of the Liavek shared world anthology



10 thoughts on “Dealing with Dragons (Enchanted Forest Chronicles, #1)

  1. says:

    He doesn t seem very impressed, Cine commented in some amusement Why should he be Kazul said Well, you re a dragon, Cine answered, a little taken aback What difference does that make to a catBefore Harry Potter, there was Princess Cine, a dragon named Kazul, and the Enchanted Forest I am no longer a 11 year old


  2. says:

    4.5 5 starsThis is my 4th time reading this Still good I did dock half a star down because second book is better than the first still, the whole series are amazing, even if I am well out of reading age for these books I enjoy them immensely After I got finished with the book, my first thought was why haven t they made


  3. says:

    If you think you know what a princess story is, think again.There s a magic to this series I haven t experienced since reading Harry Potter It s one of the most playful books I ve ever read, constantly making jokes out of well known tropes and famous fairy tales Plus it s a mystery in which the prime suspects are a dragon wit


  4. says:

    This is the first book of the Enchanted Forest Chronicles My daughter read them when she was at the point where reading changes from being work to being fun So it was one of the first serious books 100 pages and no pictures that she read on her own for pleasure First my wife read the series aloud to her Then she read them all to her


  5. says:

    I would place this book somewhere between The Ordinary Princess and the Harry Potter series in terms of complexity of plot, age appropriateness and the amount of fun I had reading it I really enjoyed reading this book and likely would have given it 5 stars if I had read it at a younger age say at the age of 8 years or so As it is, after Ha


  6. says:

    5.0 Stars Re Read 2016I adore this book I always will It was one of my favorites series growing up and still is to this day I implore you all to check it out


  7. says:

    This is my happy book I read it when I was in middle school and I love it because its not your average fairy tale Yes you have princess s and prince s and yes you have dragons and wizards and magic but it s not exactly like the common tale of where the prince slays the dragon with the wizard to help him act clever to save the damsel in distress and or p


  8. says:

    I picked up this book after seeing it featured in A Mighty Girl s excellent list of kick ass Princess books, and thought it might make a good Christmas gift for a fantasy loving little sister Of course I had to read it first, the way you have to taste the cookie dough, to make sure it s just right And of course, Little Sister caught me at it What s that A book


  9. says:

    I found this book at the library and I was so excited because I read it a couple of times when I was younger, in 4th or 5th grade I think So it s a kid s book but it is so much fun Great fantasy and tons of humor You can t help but laugh, at least I couldn t Funny story related to this book Back when I first read this, when I was younger, like I said, I had a friend


  10. says:

    How will you describe a book which entertains you in every chapter Well, this will be my first review about that kind of book MY FEELINGS FOR THIS BOOK Before Reading This Book I was unaware of dragons, wizards, witches, giants and jinns I think I am still unaware of giants and jinns but not any after reading the ...


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *