Dragon’s Child by M.K. Hume is the first book of the King Arthur Trilogy which is about a boy who is destined to be the High King. The fictional twist to this legend makes it very enjoyable to read for all fiction lovers. Not knowing his fate Artorex (Arthur) is being cared for by his foster parent Ector in a secluded area. Ector protects Artorex from Uther Pendragon the High king and also his father. As he reaches adult he goes a dangerous quest that will determine Artorex faith and the future of Britain. I would rate this phenomenal book a 5 out 5 because of the way Hume described each character. I would recommend this book to any fiction lover in middle or high school. I also loved the way Hume instilled every image into my mind and the fictional twist to this famous legend.
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Fone Bone is in love with Thorn and wouldn't let anything happen to her during The Great Cow Race. Phonie and Smiley Bone were rich in Boneveille and when they heard about the cow race they made the mystery cow. Phonie had a betting booth and told everyone about the mystery cow. Everyone bet on the mystery cow except Lucius bet Grandma Ben for the Barrel Haven. After the cow race everyone was mad at Smiley and Phonie about the cow race. Rating: 5 out of 5