|Screenshot from Chris D'Lacy's website.|
What I can't figure out is why the setting had to be changed to begin with. This came up when I read the first novel in the series, The Fire Within. As I was reading, I pictured a small town in England. Then David, the main character, makes reference to the White House and I became thoroughly confused. If the publishers trusted readers with the Harry Potter series--the setting didn't change in those seven novels--why didn't they trust the readers with this series?
And if you like dragons, here are some cute clay dragons.