Beast-Speaker – Book Three – Dragon Home

Dragon Home

by: W. A. Noble

310 pages
129mm x 198mm
ISBN: 9781725252271
Publish date: 22.7.2019

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Dragon Home is the jaw-dropping conclusion to the Beast-Speaker trilogy. Seeger and his friends are horribly damaged from their experiences as child soldiers in books 1 and 2 of the trilogy. Returning home is also difficult and their longing for meaning and belonging catapult them into an adventure to rescue a trafficked girl and save the dragons’ ancient home from evil. But how can they win a war with so few resources?

Dragon Home will not only transport you to Seeger’s world but will make you gasp, weep, and even laugh out loud through WA Noble’s masterful imagination and insight into injustice done to children and animals. Dragon Home will leave you wanting much more of Seeger and his dragon friends.

– Rosanne Hawke, author of Riding the Wind: Writing for Children and Young Adults

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W. A. Noble

About the author

Wendy Noble has an Advanced Diploma of Education, a Graduate Diploma in Christian Studies and a Master of Arts in Creative Writing, but can’t remember her own phone number. She has been a primary school teacher, a librarian in a Theological College, has sold women’s fashion and has sung folk music in country pubs. Wendy and her husband live in Gawler, South Australia. You can visit Wendy on her Facebook page: @AuthorWendyNoble or on her blog:


  1. Rev Lynn Arnold, former SA Premier, former Director of Anglicare SA

    Seeger the beast-speaker hero returns in this climax to the Beast-Speaker trilogy, bringing new adventures for the host of characters to whom we have come to feel so close in the first two novels, be they people, camels or dragons. By setting these adventures in a fantastical world, Noble once again confronts the reader with the depths to which reality can descend in this broken world. She movingly expresses the traumas, fears, desires and joys of vulnerable people who have been robbed of their youth yet who, whilst they might have been saved physically, still have to battle for redemption and acceptance. –

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