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A Cat's Guide to Bonding with Dragons: A Humorous Fantasy Adventure (Dragoncat Book 1) Kindle Edition
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- ASIN : B08LP5GV32
- Publication date : December 28, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2737 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 212 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : B095GNPHCF
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #12,200 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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The writing in this story made it fun to read! The author caught the cat's point of view and thoughts very well! (We cat owners KNOW our kitties can be snarky IF only they could talk!) The characters are well developed through Ben's eyes... and the world building allowed us to see everything in our minds.
The story is unusual, but Chris Berhsin makes it work. I am glad that I had discovered this author! I love unusual stories where relationships are important in the battles against evil. I love stories that emphasize teamwork. I love characters who aren't perfect but strive to become better. There is also humor along with the action and adventure! Pretty much everything I love in a story is present here!
My favorite part of the book is the relationship between Ben and Salanraja - it grows with each challenge. Too, Ben learns to become more mature in his thinking with Salanraja's help - whether he really wants to or not! That's the beauty of relationships, right?
While I was given an ARC, I am freely sharing my opinion. I purchased a copy of this book as well to support this author. I can't wait to read the NEXT story in this series! MORE, Chris, please!!! Grab this story - you will be glad that you did!
Somehow, he manages to find a castle where there are people, but they don’t understand him, and don’t think he’s, well, the cat’s meow (no apologies on that one), and don’t feed him. Until he meets and bonds with a dragon.
As a dragon-rider in training, he and his dragon must work to be accepted and to join the league of fighters to fight and eliminate the evil mages of this world.
If you’re looking for a fun read, no sex, no foul language, limited violence, and a lot of humor, give this a try. Great fun.
I always felt dragons are very feline type creatures, to pair one with a cat, and an egocentric Bangel at that, was a purr-fect choice! Chris does a great job at getting in to the mind of this poor little kitty as he struggles to adjust to a new world, a new life and new responsibilities (or just HAVING responsibilities in general). I cant wait for the next book, and to share this one with all my fellow book worms.
I tend to over share and include many spoiler so I'll end with this... BUY THIS BOOK AND SHARE IT WITH ALL!!!! You wont regret it ;)!!
do not like the peoples (most human characters) attitude.
...am not sure I will keep on reading this book.
but that is just be. It is funny and the poor cat is the "I" in the book. Horrible things happen to the cat and that made me stop reading.
What I read before I gave up... was great storytelling and "tight" writing. Just too much "prejudice" toward our friendly cat.
Top reviews from other countries
Despite that there are always times when people who want to read something light-hearted, enjoyable and entertaining. If you want to show off your literary credentials then bugger off and read Dostoevsky or something; you'd be right out of place at one of my BBQ's.
I dislike saying that an author has been influenced by other writers as that comes with a vague accusation of stealing and I don't think that's the case here. It's hard to think of a single work in the past 30 years where dragons do not speak mind-to-mind.
I would describe this book as a mix of Westall (Cats of Seroster especially), McCaffrey (Dragonriders of Pern) with a pinch of Pratchett (where to begin?) and Holt (Overtime, Paint your Dragon, Snow White and the Seven Samurai...). Might also be a bit of Tailchaser in "Bengie" as well!😁
The title had such promise.