A Call to War
Darrak's adventure concludes with this thrilling finale of The Dragonath Chronicles!
Following the betrayal of two of his trusted companions and a devastating battle in Mystandia, Darrak's talents are desperately needed by the citizens of both Earth and Dragonath. Torn with the decision of where his loyalty should remain, he finally decides to confide in Andillrian. Together, they craft a plan they hope will save Darrak's home planet, but their optimism is short-lived.
The Hellborn's army has begun the march to war.
With less than two weeks of preparation remaining, their weaknesses become unavoidably apparent. Planning for defeat suddenly becomes as important as planning for victory. Darrak's insecurities continue until the moment the first arrows begin to fly. He can only hope that help from a few unlikely sources will be enough.
For if they fail, Dragonath will fall.
About the Author
Andi O'Connor is the award-winning author The Dragonath Chronicles, The Vaelinel Trilogy, and The Legacy of Ilvania. She’s written multiple books, including the critically acclaimed Silevethiel, which is the 2015 Best Indie Book Award winner for Science Fiction/Fantasy, and the 2015 New Apple Official Selection for Young Adult. Silevethiel was also named to Kirkus Reviews' Best Books of 2013. Andi's short story collection, Redemption, is a 2014 Kindle Book Awards Semifinalist.
You can frequently find Andi as a guest panelist at Comic Cons throughout the country including the Rhode Island Comic Con, Philcon, Conclave, WizardWorld, and Chessiecon. Andi also writes for Niume where she provides writing tips, advice, and insight on her career as an author. You can connect with Andi on Facebook at facebook.com/oconnor.andi, Twitter at twitter.com/OConnorAndi, and Instagram at Instagram.com/andi_oconnor. For more information, visit Andi’s website at andioconnor.net
Call To War (The Dragonath Chronicles Book 3) by Andi O'Connor was an interesting book to read. I was a bit lost at first because I did not read books one and two in the series and I really wish I had read the books in order as I feel that the plot and characters would have made a lot more sense. That aside it was clear that the author had succeeded it creating her unique fantasy world in which her book takes place in. The characters all have a genuine feel to them and the plot move at a nice and steady pace. One of the things I liked it that the book's plot moved slow enough that I did not miss out on important information, but fast enough to keep it from becoming boring. Overall, it was a great read and I plan to go read books one and two soon!