Enoch's Ghost, Oracles of Fire #2, audiobook MP3  -     By: Bryan Davis
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Oasis Audio Llc / 2008 / MP3

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Enoch's Ghost, the second book in the Oracles of Fire series, picks up the exciting Dragons in our Midst story where Tears of a Dragon and Eye of the Oracle ended. Walter, Ashley, and Karen ride the dragon Thigocia in search of her son, Gabriel. When they find an army of giants hibernating in the depths of the earth, they meet a mysterious girl named Sapphira Adi who claims to be thousands of years old. Sapphira reveals a sinister plot. The giants will soon awaken and rise to conquer and destroy, and only dragons can defeat them. Since only two dragons remain on the earth, and one of them is reluctant to fight, doom seems certain. With Excalibur at his side, Walter plunges into an ancient world to find a mysterious ally who could help them save the world. Recommended for ages 12 and up. Unabridged. 1 MP3-CD.

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Format: MP3
Vendor: Oasis Audio Llc
Publication Date: 2008
Dimensions: 5.50 X 6.44 X 0.63 (inches)
ISBN: 1598593900
ISBN-13: 9781598593907
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Ages: 13-16
Series: Oracles of Fire

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Enoch’s Ghost, the second book in the Oracles of Fire series, picks up the exciting Dragons in Our Midst story where Tears of a Dragon and Eye of the Oracle ended. Walter, Ashley, and Karen ride the dragon Thigociain search of her son, Gabriel, and her long-lost mate, Makaidos. When Walter and Ashley find an army of giants hibernating in the depths of the earth, they meet a mysterious girl named Sapphira Adi, who claims to be thousands of years old. Sapphira reveals a sinister plot, conceived centuries ago by Morgan Le Faye and the devil himself. The greatest of dangers, building to a climax in three different worlds, meets the power of love and sacrifice in Enoch’s Ghost.

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Bryan Davis’ books have become bestsellers in the field of youth Christian fantasy. He is the author of the fantasy series Dragons in Our Midst. The series includes: Raising Dragons, The Candlestone, Circles of Seven, and Tears of a Dragon. Eye of the Oracle is the prequel to this series and introduces a new series—Oracles of Fire. Other books in this series include: Enoch’s Ghost, Last of the Nephilim, and The Bones of Makaidos. Bryan and his wife, Susie, now live in Middleton, Tennessee with their children.

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