Camp Dragon I: The Tree of Dragons

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The greatest journey is about to take flight. Leo is the average teen. Or at least he thought he was until he found he had a gift: he can turn into a dragon using an amulet. But even though this gift has its rewards, it can also be dangerous.

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The greatest journey is about to take flight. Leo is the average teen. Or at least he thought he was until he found he had a gift: he can turn into a dragon using an amulet. But even though this
gift has its rewards, it can also be dangerous.
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Chapter I

I saw darkness. I couldn't see or hear anything. It felt like I was dead. I couldn't feel anything. I couldn't do anything. But I could... Read Chapter

Chapter II

I couldn't believe it. I had turned into a dragon. A real life dragon! What's happening to me? I thought. This is the result of o... Read Chapter

Chapter III

I kept running for quite some time. Bushes and small trees were crushed as I moved along. Pine needles brushed my face and thorns stabb... Read Chapter

Chapter IV

That night, the winning team headed to the Victory Field, which is a large, circular area on the far side of camp with multiple camp fi... Read Chapter

Chapter V

It would've been the most exciting moment of my life if I was trying to look for someone who need help and if it wasn't total chaos dow... Read Chapter

Chapter VI

Adam, Cecil, and Celia led me out of the entrance way--which was a big wooden gate--and to a large pine tree. The whole place was enclo... Read Chapter

Chapter VII

"The Tree of Dragons," I said. Adam nodded. "The origin of the tree dates back ever since the time of the dinosaurs--I kid you not," ... Read Chapter

Chapter VIII

We were to leave at dawn the next day. The plan was that we would fly all the way there so we could get there quickly. We only had four... Read Chapter

Chapter IX

The two girls shoved us into the kitchen. One of them--a blonde haired blue-eyed girl--step on one of the tiles. The tile sank into the... Read Chapter

Chapter X

Obsidian! I thought, nearly falling out from the sky. But that's impossible! Nothing is impossible, Obsidian said.&n... Read Chapter

Chapter XI

If Adam hadn't crashed into the bird and slit its throat, I would've been bird food. He and I were gasping for breath. "Are you all... Read Chapter

Chapter XII

We continued our way north, towards Alaska. Below us was a forest. Within it were some strange creatures. They had the bodies of horses... Read Chapter

Chapter XIII

The next morning, I woke up to the sound of a camp fire crackling. All of the others were awake and eating. "Well," Ned said, ... Read Chapter

Chapter XIV

I looked away from Goldwing and sure enough, a large group of trolls lumbered past us. These weren't the trolls like the ones you see... Read Chapter

Chapter XI

We flew through the rainy sky--which eventually cleared after a while. We only had two more days before the Lignum Draconum&n... Read Chapter

Chapter XVI

Me and Celia made our way to the guys and woke them up. I held the amber as we transformed. Once we took flight, Obsidian spoke to... Read Chapter

Chapter XVII

I let it sink in for a few seconds after seeing Cecil's shocked face. "Bu-but that's impossible!" he cried. "Obsidian died! He died f... Read Chapter

Chapter XVIII

We transformed back to our human forms. I laid a still passed out Celia on the side of Lignum Draconum. "Go ahead," Adam said.... Read Chapter