Cat's Confidence

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For their next Task as Questors, Charlie, Kaelyn and Alexander have been given six weeks to become a Dragon Warrior team: all they need to do is master magical telepathy, archery, flying and, the trickiest of all, how to put on a dragon-harness in under five minutes! Their Task involves two feuding nations, spies, sexism and assassins so nothing is going to be straightforward. More

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About Natasha Duncan-Drake

Natasha is a British author with Wittegen Press and has been publishing genre fiction since 2011. Her work includes everything from horror to young adult fantasy and she has never met a genre she didn’t like. A prolific producer of short stories and novels alike, Natasha currently has over twenty five titles in her back catalogue with further releases always imminent.

Natasha has been writing since she was a young girl ever since she read The Hobbit at Primary School. She is a big fan of science fiction, fantasy and horror in all their forms and is a big advocate of fanfiction as a great tool for writers to polish their skills in a welcoming and supportive community.

Before establishing Wittegen Press with her twin sister, Sophie Duncan, Natasha was a database and systems consultant. She combines these skills with her writing to create and manage her career in the bold new eBook market.

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Review by: dracavia on Oct. 10, 2013 :
Third book out in the series and I enjoyed it just as much as the first two. I love how the different planets/dimensions each story is set on allow the series to explore various genres. This one harkens heavily toward the high fantasy, which was always one of my favs growing up, and it did the genre plenty of justice.

I also quite like the way Natasha handles the Questers, not tying herself into having to use every Quester in every task, or have them all front and centre all the time. With a large ensemble, it's easy to get lost, but by keeping the focus on Charlie and then having each book explore his developing relationships with one or two of his other Questers, you gradually get to know them all, without feeling like the knowledge is superficial at best (a common pitfall of large ensemble casts).

All in all an easy and highly enjoyable read, I'll definitely be buying the next one when it's released.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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