The Dragon Oracles. Part One: The Call of the Crown.

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tjgarrett By tjgarrett Updated 7 months ago
**** A WATTPAD FEATURED BOOK ****
    
    The Call of the Crown tells the tale of three mismatched teenagers, a mysterious wise man, his giant friend, and two old soldiers. Together, the seven begin a journey across their homeland to attend a once a decade celebration in the country's capital. Not long into their journey, a chance encounter with a group of northerners leads to a frightening discovery.
    Can our friends reach help in time to prevent a war, or will the witch's henchmen find them first?
    
    The Call of the Crown is an Old-school fantasy, with interesting races, a large cast of characters, evil baddies, magical forces, and, of course, dragons. Inspired by the works of Tolkien and Jordan, this book will appeal to anyone who loves old fashion Epic Fantasy.
Oh my goodness.  @GrneyedIrishrose, no one else in my classes at school have seen that movie!
Ok I get the message, I'll have a look :) ^.^                                                                                   U
OMG EVERONE READ THIS BOOK!
                                    
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when you spoke of the captain helping his crew, you said that he doesn't know much about fishing. I was wondering if it might sound better if you changed the word to sailing, instead of fishing. Since they are not fishing right now :-)
hey, I think "stern castle" is one word. I may be wrong....enjoying the story so far btw. Also, writing about ships CAN be difficult, but I think you're doing pretty well from what I can tell.
"three mismatched teenagers, a mysterious wise man, his giant friend, and two old soldiers. Together, the six" Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't that supposed to be "seven"? :/
                                    three teenagers = 3
                                    wise man = 1
                                    giant friend = 1
                                    two soldiers = 2
                                    3+1+1+2=7