Featured: Ben and the Watcher of Zargon by Dianne Astle

Featured: Ben and the Watcher of Zargon by Dianne Astle Purchase:

Ben needs to go to his mother’s home world to learn how to transform into a dragon before it’s too late and he’s neither human nor dragon.

Grade ten isn’t turning out the way Ben hoped.

Ben’s best friend is no longer his roommate but has been replaced by a strange boy who follows Ben everywhere.

Jealousy awakens the dragon fire within Ben when the girl he likes returns to school with a boyfriend.

That fire and the scales peeking out from under his shirtsleeves are making it increasingly difficult for Ben to keep his secret.

Ben needs to go to his mother’s home world to learn how to transform into a dragon.

Meanwhile, Ben is changing, and if the training comes too late he is in danger of becoming something that is neither human nor dragon.

Dianne Astle

Meet Dianne Astle:

At one point in Dianne’s life, she believed that people grew up and when they did they stopped reading Fantasy.

She discovered that life without Fantasy was soon out of kilter. She never planned to be an author, but a chance week at a retreat centre dropped the idea for a story into her head.

When not writing fiction, Dianne spends her time writing non-fiction. Dianne seeks to help people discover the treasure of their own true selves so they can embark on their own hero’s quest.

Dianne lives with her husband Doug, his three cats, and her beloved dog Thomas.

Dianne says, “It seems I have always been drawn to dragons. There is the dragon teapot, with a spout that doesn’t really work. There is the dragon necklace. And the only stuffed toy I’ve ever bought for myself was a dragon. Someone once asked me what kind of animal. There was a look of shock on her face when I said dragon. So it only makes sense that when I write a book there would be dragons in it.”

Review by Sandy V:

In this second book of The Six Worlds series, friendship again reigns supreme.

This story stresses the importance of not judging a book by its cover. Good things do indeed come in small packages. We watched Ben come into his own in the first book.

In this book, we watch a small and unwanted boy grow into something more. In response to Ben’s father’s encouraging words, William takes this opportunity to change who he is.

Ben has come a long way since he first stepped on the island off the coast of British Columbia. He knows he is half dragonborn. He has grown beyond his fears. Fairhaven welcomes students new and old to a new school year.

Ben has been looking forward to traveling to his mother’s home world of Zargon. He needs to learn how to safely transform into his dragon self. Earth’s Watcher and Fairhaven’s principal have been waiting for Ben’s invitation.

Zargon’s Watcher had been safely returned to his post months ago, so why has Miss Templeton heard nothing but silence from that part of the Universe?

I am loving this series! The imagination inserted into each individual world is fantastic. I cannot wait to hitch a ride as Ben and his friends travel to the next world.

Please click HERE to find Ben and the Watcher of Zargon on Amazon. You can also find Dianne’s books on Indie Book Source.