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Betrayal of the Covenant

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A Good Read for Dragon Lovers

Peter’s words paint a picture of a magical world of action, intrigue and even humor.
Those who love Medieval Fantasy will truly enjoy this book.

booklover Fire of the Covenant November 19, 2015

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Five Stars

Well written book!

Kindle Customer Fire of the Covenant November 19, 2015

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I CAN’T WAIT FOR THE SECOND BOOK

When I finished the book, I immediately emailed the author and asked for more. This book was well written. My rating would be a WOW.

The characters were believable in a fantacy word. As an adult I was engrossed in the story but I think young adults and teen would love it. In fact I bought another book for my young friends. I loved the cover and, by looking at the twins you can understand how this story could be believable. If you love battles, this book has a whopper. If you don’t become a fan of Peter Cruikshank and the Dragon Called Legend you’re missing out on a great experience. Dont’t miss out. Happy reading…..

M. M. JOINES Fire of the Covenant November 19, 2015

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Enchanting YA Fantasy

A very well-paced medieval fantasy. Complicated, well developed characters. A coming of age story that focus around the characters destinies. The world was well built and believable. Grand adventure, intrigue, magic, and secrets. It held all your favorite fantasy types dwarfs, elves, magic workers, dragons and goddesses. It was a long read, but well worth your time if you enjoy epic fantasy e.g. Tolkien or even Terry Brooks type style epic fantasy. It definitely leaves you wanting to read the next leg of the saga for the series. Looking forward to reading more.

TheJadedKat Addicted to Kindle Fire of the Covenant November 19, 2015

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Don’t Miss This One!!

As intricately woven as Martin’s “Game of Thrones” and mystically enchanting as Rawling’s “Harry Potter”, Peter Cruikshank’s first novel is an amazing read. His style is so clear and the characters so real that I felt I was reading in living color. It is an encompassing tale of magic,and majesty, of dragons and adventure, that has a magnetic grip on the reader. It left me anxiously awaiting the sequel, a feeling I haven’t experienced since Jean Auel’s “Clan of the Cave Bear.”

Ed Kilpatrick Fire of the Covenant November 16, 2015

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You have been dragon-called to read this book

Peter Cruikshank’s Fire of the Covenant (Dragon called legend, book 1) is an outstanding debut novel that is sure to appeal to epic fantasy lovers of all ages.

It’s the story of Princess Willoe – who is much happier with a sword in her hand than socialising with the ladies at court; and her twin brother Prince Rowyn – who would rather be studying in his uncle Brom’s tower than swinging a sword on the training ground.

Unfortunately for the twins their grandfather, the King of Cainwen, has other ideas for them with Willoe to be married off and Rowyn to take up the life of a man-at-arms.

But there is something special about these siblings and the King isn’t the only one who has plans for their future. Pursued by the priests of a religious order who would use the twins’ talents to dominate the world, Willoe and Rowyn come to learn of a covenant made by one of their ancestors with the King of the dragons – and the heartbreaking role they have to play in it.

Or do they?

Fire of the Covenant contains all the elements you’d expect from a classic epic fantasy romp with more battles, magic, elves, dwarves (or dwarf-like creatures), dragons and deities than you can poke a sword at. And while there is plenty of action and intrigue to keep readers turning the pages, the real strength of the story lies in its characters.

Cruikshank has crafted some wonderful characters to fill his well-realised world, with likeable protagonists, deplorable villains and a supporting cast that are full of surprises. I found myself caring about these characters and wanting to know more about them as the story unfolded.

Fire of the Covenant kept me engaged right to the very last page and had me craving the next book in the series.

Highly recommended.

Dave Kearney Fire of the Covenant November 19, 2015

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