The Dragon's Call

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
In a thoughtless final act of destruction, humans wake the one creature of legend they have no protection against. More

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Published by FantaFire Press
Words: 61,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465819253
About K.W. McCabe

K.W. McCabe has loved fairy tales, Sci-fi, and fantasy all her life, and has been writing stories and poems of that nature since she could first spell. She has worked, in the past, as a library assistant, a baby sitter, a counseling hotline intern, and as a case manager. She maintains that art and writing can only be done when inspired, and inspiration comes from a sufficient amount of laziness. Currently, she is working on Dragon Kin.

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Review by: Cindy Dwyer on Nov. 14, 2012 :
If you've read one too many books about dragons, you really need to read just one more. K.W. McCabe's book was well-written and portrayed a unique dragon tale. Her characters were well-developed and the setting was authentic and vivid.

A very enjoyable and satisfying read.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Ms. J Smith on Oct. 20, 2012 : (no rating)
I had the pleasure of reviewing/critiquing this book before its release. K.W. captured my attention with this love story about a human girl and a boy who is a dragon during a time where humans are under dragon rule. Few current fantasy works touch dragons as characters. We are vampired and werwolfed out as readers. K.W.'s take with dragons is refreshing.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Valerie Bowen on Oct. 11, 2012 :
First I want to state, I have not been paid do review this novel nor am I family or friend. With that said, K. W. McCabe gave me a copy of The Dragon's Call in return for my honest review.

Although I'm not a huge fantasy fan, I have to admit Ms. McCade pulled me into her fantasy world with a story of love vs. hate. The tapestry was woven in a way that made the reader want to keep reading as the scenes unfolded. Few young adult novels have kept my attention long enough to finish the novel without the dreaded "I hate this". Not once during this unique tale did the author fail to hold my interest. Cecily and Derek have a love that binds the dragon world to the human world. The author flawlessly drags you in and has you routing for Derek in Cecily's time of need.

Hat's off to Ms. McCabe...I look forward to reading the sequel to find out what happens in this one of a kind fantasy. I gave this novel 5 stars
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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