Big Dragons Don't Cry

  • Title: Big Dragons Don't Cry
  • Author: C.M. Barrett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Big Dragons Don t Cry A cunning opportunist incites the people of Oasis to kill the resident dragon so that he can convert Druid s swamp into suburban housing The would be dragonslayer also plans to have the Guardian of Oa
    A cunning opportunist incites the people of Oasis to kill the resident dragon so that he can convert Druid s swamp into suburban housing The would be dragonslayer also plans to have the Guardian of Oasis assassinated and assume power Unless the dragon unites with a criminally adorable kitten and a human whose psychic gifts could earn her a stay on the Ward for the ChroniA cunning opportunist incites the people of Oasis to kill the resident dragon so that he can convert Druid s swamp into suburban housing The would be dragonslayer also plans to have the Guardian of Oasis assassinated and assume power Unless the dragon unites with a criminally adorable kitten and a human whose psychic gifts could earn her a stay on the Ward for the Chronically Crazy, Oasis is finished.

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    About C.M. Barrett


    1. As a child, C M Connie Barrett was enchanted by her grandmother s stories about life in Ireland the challenges of rural life, the dangers of civil war, and the wee folk who were often invisible but capable of causing much trouble if not treated well As a result, reality and fantasy merged for her, and it s probably her grandmother s fault that she became a fantasy writer.Her first book was an illustrated volume of retold Greek and Roman myths that she wrote for her brother Her first public recognition for writing came in eighth grade, when she was an award for a Good Posture Awareness Day slogan.Since then, she had many articles, short stories, and reviews published Sometimes she even got paid.Because Connie was busy doing other things working as a typographer, counselor, running a metaphysical store in Greenwich Village writing took a back seat until early 2011 when self publishing movement began to take off Over the next 18 months, she published the first three volumes of A Dragon s Guide to Destiny, a literary novel, and two holistic books.Most of her books have cats in them Because she has to spend so much time thinking like one in order to write A Dragon s Guide to Destiny, and to survive in a home run by feline overlords currently ladies , she sometimes forgets that she s human The cats encourage this until it s time for a run to the pet store.Because she continues to be comfortable merging reality and fantasy, she didn t mind the fictional cat, Tara a main character in the Dragon s Guide Series dictating a book of advice to cats Cats in Charge A Guide to the Training and Education of Humans should be published in April 2013, if the cat stops making corrections.Connie is also working on the fourth book of A Dragon s Guide to Destiny and a new series, Dystopia in Drag.Series A Dragon s Guide to DestinyBig Dragons Don t CryDance with CloudsHouse of the MoonLiterary FictionGone to Flowers Sex, Drugs, and Rock n Roll NonfictionAnimals Have Feelings, Too Bach Flower Remedies for Cats and DogsRenew Your Life the Natural Way Balance Your Chakras with Crystals and Essences


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    1. The title of this book is mildly misleading. I expected a very humorous book, and it also had a more serious & occasionally tense storyline. The book is constructed around three interwoven narratives. One is the story of Druid, a depressed water dragon left alone in the swamps without the company of any other dragons. The second is the story of a group of cats, principally Tara, destined to save the world - even though she is only a pint-sized kitten. The third is the human angle, following [...]

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    2. The Dragon Who Wouldn't Fly by C. M. Barrett is an enchanting original fantasy suitable for adult and YA readers. I loved the quest, the idea that emotions are as important as logic, and that an individual only has to listen to hear nature and feel love's presence.There are three major characters: Druid the dragon who must overcome his feelings of abandonment and find his destiny; Tara the kitten who is on a quest to save the world, and a young woman who must accept her psychic abilities so she [...]

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    3. I wouldn’t have normally read a book I thought was about a dragon, but too many people recommended this book for me to ignore. I’m so pleased to have read it. It’s entertaining, set in a wonderfully scenic fantasy world, and has lovable characters including Druid, the depressed dragon who rises to the occasion to become a hero. There’s also an array of savvy cats, (there are many laugh-out-loud moments between them), and a young woman and her artistic lover.There is plenty of adventure a [...]

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    4. I was given this advanced readers copy for the purpose of submitting an honest review.I was almost ready to stop reading after the 3rd chapter because the story was pretty strange 11and i was giving up hope that it would ever come together seamlessly. I am very glad i kept reading. It turned into a delightful story and was very well written. A few typo errors but not too distracting. Good job!

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    5. I enjoyed reading this book very much. I look forward to reading more in this series. It is worth a five star review. It is comparable to other Dragon books I have read.Sharon Wadeson

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    6. A first reads win! This was an interesting book. At the begining I almost stopped reading it though. The begining of the book starts with many of the main characters talkign about sex. You get to hear cats talking about it, dragons talking about it, people talking about it The only reason I kept going was it wasn't graphic. Overall, the message was more about allowing emotions and logic and submitting yourself to a higher power. The end of the book was the best part for me, partially because of [...]

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    7. Couldn't really get into the book. Hopefully later on Iwill be able to because I have the series. Sorry tothe author. Maybe later I will give a better review,after reading the series.

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    8. I WAS VERY IMPRESSED, IT IS WORTH READING.

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