“Dragon, we’ve got to think of a description—an amazing description—for The Enchanted Shield’s Amazon page. That’s pretty hard work, if you ask me, but I’m sure we’ll put something together.”

“Indeed, writing a description is harder than writing the book itself. Have you thought of anything as yet, lad?”

“Well, Dragon, I have, but it still needs more work, and seems rather incomplete to me. Goes like this: The Enchanted Shield is the sequel to The Quest of the Golden Apple, and once again follows the adventure of Geoffrey and the Dragon.”

“No, that won’t do at all. Certainly needs more work, but I suppose it’s all right for a start.”

“All right for a start? Can you think of a better, Dragon?”

“Sure I can. Let me think. On the other hand, we can’t just give away the whole plot: that would spoil the book. I think it’s better if the reader didn’t know all that much about the tale before reading it.”

“Could be, Dragon. Could be.”

“So let’s ask readers to read our tale, and we hope that it delights them much.”

“Very well, Dragon! I’ll write that up! I knew you’d think of something!”

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Jennifer's Review
It's a very good book that I enjoyed reading. 
It’s about this boy named Geoffrey and the dragon from the book The Quest for the Golden Apple. Geoffrey is out in the fields grazing cows when he soon finds himself exiled from his home. He sets out in search of his friend, the dragon. Together, the two of them set out on an adventure to find the enchanted shield that is required for Geoffrey to be allowed back into his home in Newstead. 
On the way, they encounter many dangers and make a new friend named Rochelle, and later, another one named Rasselas. 
What dangers do they face? Where is the enchanted shield? Who made it and who are they all searching for? Who wants the enchanted shield? Does Geoffrey ever get back into his home? 
Read on to find out. 
5 stars for this book. 

Author Bio
Geoffrey Angapa was born in Durban, South Africa, on October 4, 1987. He grew up in Chatsworth and then North Beach. He finished high school in 2004; and graduated with a B.Sc. degree from Unisa in 2010. Geoffrey likes computer programming a lot, and C++ is the language that he programs in. He knows a slight bit (that is, not much) about literature, and likes physics too.