Book Review: Kin Seeker by N.R. Eccles-Smith

To all my fellow dragon-seekers! I have, once again, had the wonderful privilege of being in correspondence with a dedicated book-lover and fantasy addict (aptly named High Fantasy Addict), who was eager and gracious enough to read and review copy of my book, KIN SEEKER. And I am very pleased to say that she very much enjoyed it! Seeing positive reviews of my book always brings a sense of elation, but it’s always that little bit extra special when the compliments come from a stranger who loves the genre of my book, and has likely read hundreds of stories that have some or similar elements to mine. And now, without further ramblings, I am proud to re-blog High Fantasy Addict’s Book Review of KIN SEEKER (which received a fantastic 8/10 Missing Dragons)!

H L Petrovic


Book One of Dragon Calling
Published 2013 by Starsea Press

Greetings Brave Adventurers,

If you know me, you’d know that I’m a sucker for a good dragon novel. And when I learned that this novel’s main protagonist was a dragon, I simply had to read it. I was not disappointed.

This is a delightful and enjoyable tale that follows the journey of an endearing little dragon who awakens to find all his memories gone, and all his kin missing. What follows is part mystery and part quest, and the writing and developed world was reminiscent of works like Narnia, and The Last Unicorn. Although classified MG, this is a tale that can be enjoyed by all ages.

In his search for his family, ‘Little Dragon’ meets a number of other mythical characters, which range from magical to comic to downright terrifying – satyrs, giants, centaurs, and a beautiful if…

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