Circles of Seven, Dragons in Our Midst Chronicles #3Circles of Seven, Dragons in Our Midst Chronicles #3
Bryan Davis
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Raising Dragons plunged two teenagers, Billy Bannister and Bonnie Silver, into mind-boggling mysteries, life or death pursuits, and deadly sword-to-sword battles. In the second book, The Candlestone, a mysterious diary leads Billy into mortal combat with a powerful dragon slayer. Separated from his friends and finding his dragon traits useless anginas this enemy, he had to rely on new weapons, a sword and shield he cannot even see.

Now in Circles of Seven, using their dragon traits and the wisdom they gained through their earlier adventures, Billy and Bonnie explore a multidimensional domain of evil. In this realm, they navigate seven perilous worlds, each one manifested in a circular plane of existence that leads them deeper into the domain of a powerful enemy.

The seventh circle holds group of prisoners, captives of the evil mistress of the circles, and Billy has to find a way to set them free and give them new life. When tragedy strikes along the way; Billy has to face the most difficult decision of his life, whether to forsake Bonnie to rescue the prisoners or to find a way to save her, his best friend in the world.

Filled with action, danger and suspense, Circles of Seven is sure to keep readers in their seats, following Billy and Bonnie to the exciting conclusion.

Circle of Seven is the third book in the Dragons in Our Midst contemporary fantasy series, which inspires young people to pursue faith, courage, and love, and to dig deep within to find their God-given strengths, no matter how difficult the circumstances.
     


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I read Circles of Seven in less than one day, and it is beyond awesome! This series is better than anything Iíve ever read, including Lord of the Rings and The Chronicles of Narnia. I am a very picky reader, and the Dragons in our Midst series is as close to perfect as a book can get.
óNathan (13 years old)

 
Circles of Seven is the best book yet! Itís so hard to put it down! There are very touching moments throughout the story. After reading it, my faith is stronger than ever. Iím patiently waiting to read the next book in the series.
óTracy (19 years old)

 
I very much enjoyed Bryan Davisís Circles of Seven. It exceeded the first two books in excitement and suspense. It is very good to know that there are still great Christian fantasy books for younger readers. This book is wonderful, there is no other word for it. If you are considering buying these books, do me a personal favor and- Buy Them!!!
óGrant (12 years old)

 
They say Arthurian Legend grows through time, each scribe outdoing the last. Circles Of Seven does just this. Its beautifully allegorical Christian storyline, rich characters, and fresh, easy to read style make it one of those books you canít help but lose yourself in and live the adventure alongside the characters. Excellent!
óNate (20 years old)

 
This book was so exciting I had a hard time putting it down at night - there were no dull parts! Unlike most books geared toward pre-teens and teens, I found that this one inspired my faith. It showed that no matter how difficult a situation may be, God is always in control. Circles of Seven is #1 on my favorite book list!
óEric (12 years old)

 
This is best book book Iíve ever read. Donít start reading this book if you have to go to school the next day, because you wonít be able to put it down!
óMatthew (11 years old)

 
Circles of Seven blends brilliant fiction, fascinating new mythology, Biblical truth and more plot twists than you can shake Excalibur at. The action makes this book cool, the players make it fascinating, the plot moves it and the writing of the characters make it real.
óPhillip (44 years old)

 
Deep characters, different dimensions, allegorical worlds...Circles of Seven has it all! It's better than the best of Christian fantasy--and it's hard to find a book that good!
óTaylor (14 years old)