Charlie Colcord is the sheriff of the frontier planet No Man’s Land a.k.a. Noman. He’s the protector of the people of Deadwood Gulch along with his fellow riders – why riders? Well, they do have dragons as their main weapon to combat the deadly creatures inhabiting the Noman Mountains.
Only Charlie has a secret that his fierce and loyal dragon Zorevan could only ever understand.
So what I’ve just written above was probably a bit vague because I really don’t want to divulge any more information since this was a fairly quick read with only 10,000 words in it but I’m telling you guys, every single word in the story, I totally ate up. I loved the whole world building, which reminds me a bit of Pandora from the movie Avatar only set in a desert ala Mad Max – and yes, with dragons! I super adore Charlie and his dragon Zorevan – like, I’m super in love with their relationship! There was a bit of action in here but nothing that changes the plot from the beginning to end. This first book is basically an introduction of Charlie, his dragon and the whole Deadwood Gulch’s inhabitants.
I am now very excited to learn more about how Zorevan “found/claimed” Charlie in the first place. How did he exactly become the sheriff instead of his cousin Jack? Does Mayor Burke have the hots for Charlie? What is to become of Jeremy “Troublemaker” Jasper in the future? Jeez, so many possibilities for this series! I just hope that the author will be consistent in writing the vibrancy of her story and its characters! Super highly recommended this one is!
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars!!!!
Expected publication: September 30th 2015 by Less Than Three Press
About The Author
Tygati’s head is filled with sunshine, rainbows, sparkly things, and dragons. The dragons get out from time to time but they always make their way home in the end, although sometimes not without a bit of a struggle.
Tygati lives with one fabulous Mikey who does excellent hair and regularly questions her fashion choices, along with two balls of hyperactive feline fur who pointedly do not answer to their names of Wasabi and Princess Buttercup and like to “help” the writing process by walking across and sleeping on the keyboard.
Tygati writes all her stories for her friends, both the ones she holds dear to her heart and the ones she hasn’t met yet.