Eye of the Oracle

Eye of the Oracle

by Bryan Davis

Eye of the Oracle takes the reader back in time to the days when dragons abounded.

From the era just before Noah's ark, through the battles between dragons and mankind in the time of King Arthur, and to the haunting presence of dragons in our day, this stunning prequel reveals the mysteries that led to the bestselling fantasy adventure that began with Raising Dragons.How did dragons survive the flood?

Who helped preserve an ancient evil force that led to the demise of the dragons in the days of King Arthur?

  • Series: Oracles of Fire
  • Language: English
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Rating: 4.11
  • Pages: 609
  • Publish Date: September 12th 2006 by Living Ink Books
  • Isbn10: 0899578705
  • Isbn13: 9780899578705

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And there is one part in the book that I especially enjoyed, when God opens Sapphira Adi's (one of the main characters) heart and shows her his mercy and love. I've never read a fantasy (or any other fiction for that matter!) book like it. And especially with Eye of the Oracle.

Sapphira and Elam remain some of my favorite characters; so do Makaidos* and Thigocia! *Makaidos is probably one of my favorite dragons ever.

In his book Eye of the Oracle (the prequel to his bestselling series Dragons in our midst) Davis takes us back in time way before the tower of Babel. Davis explains how the dragons survived the flood, the age of King David all the way down to the two main characters (Bonnie and Bill) of the Dragons in our midst series.

It is worth the read though it explains any questions about the story behind the entire "Dragons In our Mist series". The thing I like the most is that I learn about the past while the book begins a newer story line and makes a bright future for the series "Oracles of Fire". It is Christian themed but also has the old school human vs dragon story line.

Eye of the Oracle is the stunning prequel to the Dragons in Our Midst series by the talented author Bryan Davis.

Packed full of action, touching moments, and spiritual truths, Eye of the Oracle kept me up at night, reading under the covers.

Not only did it surpass my expectations, but it's now on my Top 5 list of favorite books!