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The Dragon's Call

The Dragon's Call - K.W. McCabe Originally Reviewed At: Mother/Gamer/WriterRating: 3.5 out of 5 ControllersReview Source: AuthorReviewer: JenniferThe Dragon’s Call by K.W. McCabe takes place in a future ruled by dragons. Several years before the story takes place, dragons woke from a long hibernation only to find that humans were killing the planet. Deciding that humans were unfit to lead, the dragons began a war that humankind could not win. Using their human forms, dragons began manipulating humans to do as they wished. In the end, the dragons seized power and began living separate, lavish lifestyles, while most humans went back to their own lives as best they could. This story opens introducing Cecily. An average human teenager, Cecily spends her time with her twin brother Daniel and her best friend Tara. Cecily’s life turns upside down when two dragons enroll at her school.Derek, a young dragon, becomes bored living his lavish lifestyle and decides to enroll in a human high school. Bringing along his friend Tariq, he attempts to integrate himself into human society. Shortly after arriving, he finds himself drawn to Cecily for reasons he can’t explain. As the two grow closer, secrets are kept and past experiences are revealed. Cecily and Derek began to fight not only for their relationship but their lives. Overall, The Dragon’s Call is a marvelous tale with a unique spin on supernatural creatures who, in my opinion, don’t get enough page time in books. I enjoyed the story and look forward to hopefully catching up with these characters in the future.