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Teaser Tuesday: ‘Here, There Be Dragons’


Kimber’s Kommentary:

Hello and welcome to another Teaser Tuesday! As always I hope you’re well this Tuesday and loving on your four-legged friends (even if some of them are felines. Nobody’s perfect again.) We’re enjoying sunshine and some warmer weather. Finally. 

Here are the rules:

1: Grab your current read 2: Open to a random page 3: Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page that are SPOILER FREE.

Today’s Teaser Tuesday features The Chronicles of the Imaginarium Geographica, Here, There Be Dragons. Written and illustrated by James A. Owen.

Ready? Great! Here we go!

Here There Be Dragons book 1 of the Imaginarium GeographicaFrom p. 233 and Chapter Eighteen, The Final Battle, of Here, There Be Dragons:

First Sentences:

At noon the Black Dragon arrived. It eased along the eastern edge of the island, safely in the lee of the pull of the falls, where the Winter King could take stock of the allies before making his way to where his army was massing.

“They will attack within the hour,” Charys said to the assembled war council, which was still reeling from the defection of the Goblin King.”

Second Sentences:

Charys nodded. “We will be in absolute darkness, and it will be difficult to separate friend from foe, much less counter the attacks of the Shadow-Born.”


Oh, this is rich! Full of adventure and unexpected plot twists, Here, There Be Dragons is one of the most engaging books we’ve read all year. To read our review, click here. 

Who’s ready for more?

Teaser Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Purple Princess of The Purple Booker.

2 thoughts on “Teaser Tuesday: ‘Here, There Be Dragons’

  1. Nice, I hope you enjoy this. I like that the dragon appears on the first page.

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