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On the planet Co:per:nica, which is a parallel world to that of Crescent Lane, David is twelve years old and is trying to save a firebird that has been turned to evil by the malevolent Ix.

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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
Fire World is and absolutely amazing book. It is set in a world between the worlds Earth and Ki:mera called Co:pernica. There lives a boy named David. He is the main character of this book. He is apparently ecc:entric so he is sent to the librarium. Meanwhile at his dads lab he creates a time rift and makes the whole Co:pernica have a time shift fast forwarding to 8 years. At the librarium David meets two new people Rosa and Mr. Henry. And because of the time shift they embark on a marvelous adventure.

I honestly love this book. Its apart of the Last Dragon Chronicles which has 7 novels. This is my favorite series so far and i hope that everyone would Love It. Whats special about these books is that they have a hint of suspense at the end of the book. So you could look forward to the next book to come at your local library. This book is the 6th book of the 7 book series. Everyone should read this series.
  luisalucas101 | Jan 12, 2017 |
Fire World, by Chris d'Lacey, is the sixth installment in the Last Dragon Chronicles. The book is set in an alternate dimension, called Co:pernica, where the characters from the previous books reappear, even though they themselves know nothing of this. In this dimension, people can imagine anything and it appears. David has a hyperactive imagination, and so is sent to a large"librarium", where he meets Rosanna and Mr.Henry, where they learn about dragons and the firebirds who live upstairs. His dad, Harlan is sent to the Dead Lands for opening a dimension rift and letting the Ix in; there he meets a tribe of "dangerous" people and they disable a taxicar and return to the Central. His mom, Eliza, almost becomes an aunt and gives birth to Penny. Everyone ages eight years in a second because of the dimension rift, Mr.Henry dying. Aunt Gwyneth is also back, trying to seize power for herself and joining forces with the Ix until the Cluster is destroyed. The librarium is transformed into an ark after a flood, carrying a species of every animal.
Soon they find land, and David sets out to help the David in our world.
As always, this book was great. The writing is very nice, and the characters are well developed. I would say this is the book where d'Lacey fully moves to sci-fi. The parallel dimension is well built, and I could identify all of the references to our world. I just wish one of the books David picks out was "Lord of the Rings". Or maybe it would be "Lord of the Bracelets"? Anyway, it was a great book and a joy to read. What's next? ( )
  JanW.B1 | May 19, 2014 |
This book was great! This is a totally different books compared to the earlier books in this serease. In this book David is in a whole other world. This book just like all the others with alot of action and drama. And of cours there are sybelles but there not called that in this. What is there name in this and what is this world like? im not telling just read it trust me its good.
  br13evha | Sep 21, 2012 |
This alternate reality tale brings you back to when David Rain was a Merriman, living together with his father Harlan, mother Eliza, and sister Penny. The characters' names have been altered from those in the original five books but you still can tell who they are and what role they play. You are given some insight into the past and the importance of firebirds and dragons to the lives of these characters is still evident. I did not like the way the author added colons (:) into his words. I found this distracting and unneccessary. I also felt it tacky to change the names of real-life people and books (eg. Roald Dahl and "Alice in Wonderland).
The introduction of Noah's Ark was a bit overboard and its purpose not really explained .... but maybe it will all come together in the next and final book in the series. ( )
  SheilaCornelisse | May 31, 2012 |
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On the planet Co:per:nica, which is a parallel world to that of Crescent Lane, David is twelve years old and is trying to save a firebird that has been turned to evil by the malevolent Ix.

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