Dragon's Eye

Dragon s Eye Stonefort Maine It seems like forever that the Morgans have hidden their magical heritage And for just as long a witch has served as caretaker of the Haskell House where no woman has ever been harm

  • Title: Dragon's Eye
  • Author: James A. Hetley
  • ISBN: 9780441013722
  • Page: 200
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stonefort, Maine It seems like forever that the Morgans have hidden their magical heritage And for just as long, a witch has served as caretaker of the Haskell House, where no woman has ever been harmed But when a drug lord and frighteningly powerful sorcerer covets the Morgan family s alliance with the magical being known as the Dragon, a youth will have to master theStonefort, Maine It seems like forever that the Morgans have hidden their magical heritage And for just as long, a witch has served as caretaker of the Haskell House, where no woman has ever been harmed But when a drug lord and frighteningly powerful sorcerer covets the Morgan family s alliance with the magical being known as the Dragon, a youth will have to master the power of the Dragon and, despite the historical tensions between the two families, he ll need the help of the Haskell witch to do it The time has come to mend some fences or see the town destroyed.

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    1. I picked this book up at the library, because the guy on the cover looked like Tom Welling, which struck me as hilarious. The cover was incredibly misleading: first, Tom Welling appears nowhere in this book, but secondly, on the basis of the cover, I was expecting some story about pretty teenagers, stupid with hormones, angsting about having magickal powers. This could not be less the case.The only sexual tension of note in the book is between two middle-aged women, the protagonist depicted on t [...]

    2. The cover to this book does it little justice. A better cover would include a dragon's tear, Celtic knots, a Selkie and the wild coast of Maine and maybe a lobster boat or two.The main character is not the guy in the water (on the cover), but the House and Aunt Alice, the Haskell witch who helps to protect Stonefort, a small coastal town in Maine. She's part of a long line of Haskell women who not only guard the springs under the house, but who've intermingled and tangled with the almost equally [...]

    3. Okay, so this probably in all honesty doesn't really deserve 4 stars -- it was a little jumpy/gappy, as well as occasionally cliched. BUT I enjoyed the hell out of it; this is the kind of stuff I love: mythic fiction in the vein of Charles de Lint, just right up my ally. So it gets a 4 star rating for that simple fact. Deal with it. ;)

    4. It was a quick and interesting read. Taking the Romance (magician) mode pretty neatly. A lot of different points of view which is nice although I got a little confused a couple times. Would've been nice to have markers of some kind to know who's point of view it was gonna be and stay. Or change marker or something. Most of the time I got it but still, never know.The story was thrilling and action packed and well amazing and sad and dangerous and cool. Interesting idea.

    5. Dragon's Eye was better than I expected. When I picked this book up at the library, I looked at the cover and expected a cheesy fantasy novel. Instead, the novel was down to earth, realistic, and had a little bit of romance in it that worked well. I am excited to read the sequel.

    6. There are a few points I want to make before I get into my opinion of the book itself. First is that cover. Yes, we've all established that the cover is wretched, but I think it needs to be said again. It is HORRIBLE! It has nothing to do with the book and it gives a reader all the wrong impressions of what this book could be about. Whose idea was that, anyway? They should be demoted or fired or something, because that cover really is that bad. Yuck.The second point I wanted to go into is that t [...]

    7. First off. Ignore the cover. It's terrible.I felt like this book couldn't decide if it wanted to be an action story or a slice of life. The book follows seven characters, and two plot lines that somewhat connect at the end of the book. The characters switch out getting a chapter to themselves. The first plotline is that of the captured Daniel and his son and brother's attempts to locate and rescue him. The other plotline is that of Alice and Kate's relationship. The book plods along slowly throu [...]

    8. This might be the world's most misleading cover. I thought I'd be getting ((Twilight+quality writing) + dragons)x magic.What I got was a really mature book (no cursing to speak of, save for the use of the Lord's name in vain near the end of the book, understandable under stressful circumstances), an ensemble cast of characters (the ladies, and the house, I think, more interesting than the men), and long stretches of description where you can see the author Did the Research (and maybe veers into [...]

    9. The Morgan household holds the Dragon's Eye that only Morgan men can handle. The Haskell House has witches which are all female. When you put the two of them working together to stop a Brojo from taking over you get some incredible power and magic that cannot be broken. The "Dragon's Eye" was a very well written book. The characters were striking and larger than life. Each house held a certain power as if they were actually alive. It was a wonderful concept from the author.The plot was a bit wea [...]

    10. I enjoyed this book about three families -- two with centuries-old criminal backgrounds, two with magical backgrounds -- in a small town in Maine. When a South American sorcerer in the drug trade takes up with one of the families, the other two come together despite mutual distrust to guard the community.In some ways it reminded me of a Charles DeLint story, with old magic -- both indigenous American and Old Country -- surviving into and quietly shaping lives in the modern world. I'm definitely [...]

    11. All through this book I could not decide if I liked it or not. But I guess I didn't not like it enough to quit reading. I can't even write a real review, my thoughts about it are just too much of a confused jumble. I had to really concentrate to keep up with the plot.

    12. This is rated with one star not due to the writing quality but to the elements in the book. As a Christian, the Wicca, witchcraft, murder, etc are not presented in a manner which I can overlook. Too demonic.

    13. I adore this book (ignore the cover on the paper edition) - as of now there's an ebook edition and at the moment it's 99 cents. I'm rereading and still loving it.

    14. i bought the copy since i thought this might be good because of the cover. i was truly dissapointed as it was very misleading. the story was kinda lame.

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