Cat's Confidence (The Chronicles of Charlie Waterman Book 3)
The Seer says that a Questor is always prepared for the Task for which they are chosen, but it never occurred to Charlie that being ready would mean specific training for a specific Task. Charlie, Kaelyn and Alexander are 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!
5stars at Amazon by Dracavia - 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.
5stars at Amazon by mimi - One of the best books I have ever come across ...,
The Seer says that a Questor is always prepared for the Task for which they are chosen and Charlie has been a Questor long enough to know the Seer is always right. Still, it never occurred to him that being ready would mean specific training for a specific Task. Charlie, Kaelyn and Alexander are 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!
Once through the portal in the land of Snijela, they must pass as veterans, make friends with other dragons and figure out why they've actually been sent on their Task in the first place. Add in a volatile young queen, two feuding nations either on the verge of peace or all out war, as well as spies, sexism and an alarming acceleration in Charlie's premonitions, and nothing is ever going to be straightforward.
Join Charlie and his friends on this epic task for the 3rd instalment of The Chronicles of Charlie Waterman.
Books by Natasha Duncan-Drake
Charlie meets his destiny in an encounter with a cat figurine that attacks him for no reason he can work out. Then he grows a tail in his sleep and has to travel to a realm called Between to learn how to use the magic now running through his veins. An anti-social vampire and five teenagers who all appear to be much more prepared and competent are only the beginnings of his worries; being asked to help save existence is the icing on the cake.
Life goes on for the residents of Between as they struggle to recover from the events that nearly destroyed their home and left a gaping hole in the structure of their world. The difficult road before them ends in Mydarec, a world run by mafia-style families, where sorcerers and vampires are a part of every-day living.
Tristan Havering believes all the crazy things he experienced in an alternative dimension, real-world version of the superhero saga 'Power Up' were a dream brought on by concussion; he's about to find out how terrifyingly wrong he is.
Tristan is an actor and he plays a supervillain in the movies. At least he thought he did, but then he has an accident and he wakes up surrounded by the world of the films. Now he has to figure out if he's hallucinating, if somehow the movies are real and he's been transplanted to another world or if he is actually Devon, a supervillain having a psychotic break. Whatever the answer: it's frighteningly crazy.