Published: June 28, 2012
Words: 57,998 (approximate)
Learning new magic isn’t as easy as Zoe expected, especially when the mages at Gorgon University seem dead set against teaching. Add in some necessary late-night sneaking about, and Zoe is almost certain to be kicked out. As for exploring the intriguing mysteries across the border in Wendal, well, it has more teeth than she ever imagined.
Dragons of Wendal started out as the short story, Snitched, Snatched, which is still available for sale as a standalone short story in both English and Spanish, in one volume. Snitched, Snatched was meant to be a quick fantasy work to introduce readers to a whimsical adventure. Most of my short stories result in a few emails asking for a full novel about the same characters. I admit that I rarely comply—not because I am mean, but because there are always more ideas than time and money to implement them. I liked Zoe, however, and was curious about where she would end up. Next thing I knew, she was off on another adventure. I hope you enjoy it. Zoe wasn’t pleased with the danger and risk, but she’s a fighter. Now if she could just get rid of cousin Lonnie, things would be so much easier.
Snitched, Snatched (in English only) is included as the prologue in Dragons of Wendal.
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on March 03, 2013 :
I loved this fantasy story by Maria Schneider. The plot is complex and very interesting, the characters are well-rounded and the world that has been created is fascinating. A must-read for fantasy buffs. I am definitely going to read more stories by this author. The first story in, I hope, a long series of imaginative books.
(reviewed long after purchase)