Top 9 Quotes & Sayings by Chris d'Lacey

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Chris d'Lacey

Chris D'Lacey is an English writer of children's fiction, he is best known for writing The Last Dragon Chronicles. He has also written many other books including A Dark Inheritance.

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Allowed Appealing Around The Corner Arouse Author Back Bear Beautifully Beginning Better Time Hide All Bought Bowler Capture Coming Corner Crafted Creature Dark Darkness David Dragon Earth Easier Ending Engine Evil Excite Fire Foot Give Happy Happy Ending Head Heavens Inspire Instant Instructions Inuit Killing Learn Life Light Love Made Make Mark Missing Monk Natural Nature Ninety Number Nurture Patience Planet Power Preferred Quench Rule Shark Shop Sign Slight Sophie Souls Star Stars Start Starting Stay Stay With Me Steampunk Stories Strict Tears Time Unique Valentine Walk Wishing Write Less More Hide All See All
And it was there that I saw the most appealing creature in the whole shop. He had a slight chink out of one foot and his 'topknot' was missing (a 'topknot' is on the top of a dragon's head and looks a bit like a shark's fin) but I bought him in an instant.
There is a sign in the heavens Another light in the darkness A better time is beginning There is a fire star coming I see the mark of the ice bear In the tears of the dragon And you'd better start wishing There is a fire star coming Stay with me, my love...... ....Until the stars have blinked their last Wherever on this earth you walk He will arouse, excite, inspire, My Valentine, my one dark fire.
I'm under strict instructions to write a happy ending. Rule number ninety-seven: You're not allowed to make a dragon cry." "Right," Said Sophie, starting the engine. "Tears might quench their fire.
The more we nurture the planet, the better and more natural a life we'll have. — © Chris d'Lacey
The more we nurture the planet, the better and more natural a life we'll have.
Learn a little patience. You never know what might be around the corner.
You know, I preferred you as an evil monk. Would have made killing you a whole lot easier.
Stories have a unique power, David. The Inuit believe they can capture souls.
What you take from the earth, you must give back. That's nature's way.
If I had a bowler hat, I'd take it off to the author of this beautifully crafted steampunk novel.
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