Dragon Circle by Craig Shaw Gardner
Dragon Sleeping

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After a fierce storm transports the suburban community of Chestnut Circle into a strange enchanted realm, seventeen-year-old Nick Blake and his neighbors are thrust unwittingly into the heart of a conflict between warring wizards for control of an immortal dragon.
 

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Published May 1, 1994 by Ace. 368 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Dragon Waking, 1995) wherein an entire street full of families from suburban Chestnut Circle have been transported by a vast, ancient dragon to an otherworld of operating magic that's inhabited by contending wizards, warriors, cheerleaders, tree-beings, talking birds, etc.

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A promising premise: suburban families transported to a land of magic and wizardry.

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The author of An Excess of Enchantments presents, in his latest fantasy, a seemingly straightforward portrait of suburban life complete with such stereotypical sites as Chestnut Circle and Oak Street.

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Gardner's delightful, if not wholly fulfilling, follow-up to Dragon Waking continues the saga of the neighborhood from Chestnut Circle that has found itself transported to a mysterious land and several foreboding quests.

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""There is a dragon, the most fearsome of beasts, a creature who with a single breath can lay waste to the world."" In this conclusion to the Dragon Circle trilogy (Dragon Sleeping;

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And though Gardner's characters, too, seem familiar--a divorced mother (whose son Nick figures prominently in the action), two tough teenagers, a bickering elderly couple--they turn out to be an odd amalgam, set in an unusual environment where they often act against type (and against readers' exp...

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