Wierm's Egg

Wierm s Egg When the green dragon Sylla discovers an orphaned human baby she adopts him and raises him as her own Wiermig grows up a child of two worlds but the dragons are a dying race whose existence has been

  • Title: Wierm's Egg
  • Author: Jennifer C. Garlen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When the green dragon Sylla discovers an orphaned human baby, she adopts him and raises him as her own Wiermig grows up a child of two worlds, but the dragons are a dying race whose existence has been forgotten by men Wiermig fulfills the expectations of the elder wierms by following the path of a fledgling dragon, first traveling the land with his uncle in disguise andWhen the green dragon Sylla discovers an orphaned human baby, she adopts him and raises him as her own Wiermig grows up a child of two worlds, but the dragons are a dying race whose existence has been forgotten by men Wiermig fulfills the expectations of the elder wierms by following the path of a fledgling dragon, first traveling the land with his uncle in disguise and then setting out on his own to learn his destiny from the Seeker in the Deep Along the way he encounters demons, witches, and pirates as well as dragons, each with a part to play in changing Wiermig s life The past returns to shape the future when Erozur, the black dragon who devastated Weshura in an ancient war, resumes his bloody campaign against wierms and men Wiermig, now a young bard, embarks on a dangerous journey to defeat Erozur, not with swords or strength, but with the knowledge he possesses and a powerful relic left by a long dead champion from the past.
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    • David Sparks says:

      Delightful coming-of-age story. Much like Peter S. Beagle's "The Last Unicorn", "Wierm's Egg" cleverly plays with the conventions of the fantasy novel to create a compelling and original story.

    • Anissa says:

      A marvelous tale of the families we create for ourselves. Love and compassion are at the core of this tale of adventure and it's refreshing to see a protagonist work to survive in a complicated world by creating community rather than by wandering off alone. Lifelong readers of fantasy will be pleased to see the echoes of favorite authors in this text, including Kipling, Tolkien, and for me at least, Kenneth Grahame.

    • Cate says:

      It is a beautiful book! Everyone should read it!

    • Brian Bess says:

      Interspecies bondingIf Tarzan, a human baby, could be raised by an ape, why could not Wiermig, the foundling discovered among the remains of a shipwreck, be raised by a dragon, or 'wierm' as the species is named, in this remarkable fantasy?First of all, Jennifer is a friend of mine. I knew she was a writer but had no idea she wrote something so imaginative, sure-footed and readable as 'Wierm's Egg.' The baby, named Wiermig, or 'dragon's egg' by his adoptive mother Sylla, is raised to be a sensit [...]

    • Clare O'Beara says:

      I loved this engaging, well-written story of a female dragon, lonely in her mountain, who raises a shipwrecked orphan boy as her son. Calling the child Wiermig or Ig, egg, she faces the derision of her own dwindling kind and the wrath of villagers. This dragon owns a magic ring which can turn her into a human lady, so in this guise she is able to accompany the child to the village and buy food, clothing and advice. Ig learns fast and absorbs dragon speech and lore along with his other lessons. W [...]

    • Suzanne Mccool says:

      This is a wonderful book. It's a unique and lovely story. I purchased it to read as bedtime story for my daughters (ages 4 and 7), with the plan to read a chapter at a time, each night. But I found the story so compelling I secretly finished the book without my daughters because I just couldn't wait to find out what happened next. I loved it from start to finish. I am still reading it to my girls, a chapter at a time and they are both still keenly interested in the characters and what is happeni [...]

    • Amanda says:

      Engrossing and adorable. Wierm's egg sidesteps or skewers many fantasy tropes without simply becoming "the opposite of the tropes". It took me a couple of chapters to settle into the story, but once I did I wanted to know what would happen next. It's aimed at a young adult audience and is a stand alone book, so the plot is fairly straight forward, but not predictably so. An excellent light read, touching on family and the power of love.

    • Toni L. says:

      Another great book about dragons. Human's and dragonstogether WOW. Anyone who likes dragon stories willlike this book. ENJOY

    • MusicalSilver says:

      A very fun read, even if the story seems to flow along just a little too smoothly for our hero.

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