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In the tradition of Rick Riordan's The Lightning Thief and Neil Gaiman's American Gods, The Night's Gift blends adventure, mythology, and morality in a fantasy.
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From the sample clip I listened to, the audiobook also looks like a worthwhile investment. I rate this book Highly Recommended. See my reviews and more at https: Mar 23, Sasha rated it it was amazing. First I would like to state that I received this book through the Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.

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When I received this book I began reading it at once. This book was very entertaining and very well written. Kept my attention throughout. Great characters and great storyline. I truly enjoy the authors writing style, the author pulls you into the book from the very beginni First I would like to state that I received this book through the Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review.

I truly enjoy the authors writing style, the author pulls you into the book from the very beginning and makes it so you don't want to put the book down. It kept me on the edge of my seat reading from cover to cover. I really enjoyed this book and highly recommend this book May 10, TheReadingCornerforAll rated it really liked it. This book was absolutely charming! I loved Omen and Tormy! Found this to be a great book that reminded me of Lynne Reid Banks's writing style. Would recommend if you're looking to read a tale of knights, magic, and talking felines!

Sep 11, Elizabeth Duffy rated it it was amazing. The cat's out of the bag Yes, I know it's supposed to say "bag;" but when you read the story, you will understand. I read this book in a day, which was just enough time for Omen and Templar to get into trouble. You get to encounter all sorts of creatures during their day and night of mischief. Oh, and I want a Tormy! Jan 05, A. Rick rated it it was amazing. More fun than a box of kittens. I love a fun adventure that can be dangerously exciting and humorous at the same time.

Tormy is a hoot and I can't wait till he grows to be as big as a horse and flies like he said he'd be able to. Mar 23, Sandy rated it liked it Shelves: I liked this book, I'm going to buy it for my teen grandson.

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I think he'll enjoy it as much as I did. Mar 23, Mary rated it it was amazing. Totally enjoyed reading this book. Dec 15, Jennifer Kemp rated it really liked it.

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Mar 20, Chelsey marked it as to-read. This sounds too cute. I can't wait to read it. I will update my review when read. Dec 08, Valjomi rated it really liked it. Tormy, You'll want to keep reading as meeting Tormy is the best part of the book.

Of Cats and Dragons

An enjoyable and entertaining read. Perfect for young readers. There are new heroes in town and they've got a giant talking cat! The menagerie of magical voices P. A very entertaining read. Magic, adventure and a bouncy, talking cat whho creates odds as needed. Nov 09, Alex Stargazer rated it really liked it Shelves: A book with numerous flaws, but the kitten more than makes up for it. Let me preface by saying that although I enjoyed this book, it suffers from a number of problems, especially pacing and character development.

The problems with the plot are closely A book with numerous flaws, but the kitten more than makes up for it. The problems with the plot are closely related to character development issues. Quite frankly, Omen—the protagonist—and his friend Templar, who is prince of Terizkand, lack any common sense whatsoever. I have stolen your precious magic artifact, and to get it back, I want you to return something that belonged to me. What Omen and Templar should have done is this: You stole my property, and we have no interest in doing anything for you. Give it back or our families will have you executed, you undead filth.

The worldbuilding is great: The protagonists are also rather likable—young men often are in fantasy books.

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They have all the endearing traits of young adult protagonists, without any of the teenage drama, angst, or insta-love. But the best thing about this book has to be the cat. The book really took a turn for the better once he was introduced: Overall, despite the technical issues, I think I will be reading the next book in the series. Apr 29, Patricia Parker rated it it was amazing. The first book in the Of Cats and Dragons trilogy made me a fan from the first page.

The heroes, two adolescent boys forced to spend time together, are not happy. Omen, the younger of the two, is visiting the city of Hex in the land of Terizkand. Omen is eager to take in the sights and taste the food of this new place. The prince, The first book in the Of Cats and Dragons trilogy made me a fan from the first page. The prince, under orders to follow Omen and keep him safe, enters the scene furious with his charge. When Tormy, a pound kitten, appears, the threesome is complete, and the journey becomes wilder than ever.

Camilla Ochlan and Carol E. Leever offer an adventure filled with creatures and demons only mighty imaginations could create. The story of Omen and Templar also gives the reader a subtle lesson in differences and how even the most annoying traits can sometimes be useful. Aug 16, Joanne rated it it was amazing Shelves: What a brilliant read! The world building is rich in imagery and sensory detail, enabling vivid and lively visualisation as the story is read.

The reader is led from one distinct setting to another, and yet another, each time developing a clear picture of the size, dimension and texture of buildings, streetscapes and scenery. The central characters of Omen and Templar are both like Brilliant fantasy adventure! The central characters of Omen and Templar are both likeable, complex and somewhat rogueish hero figures, each with their own flaws but also possessing good qualities which others do not always recognise.

There is absolutely nothing to dislike about this book. It has all the elements of a compelling fantasy adventure— danger, challenges, deadly creatures, magic, deception, sword fights, and heroism— bound together with friendship and humour. It leaves the reader both satisfied and keen for the next phase of the story. May 25, Saundra Wright rated it it was amazing.

Omen just wants to sneak off and explore the strange city of Hex, so different than the island where he lives, escaping his endless studies, while his father the King is in negotiations with Terizkand's King. Just sample the fare, see the market. What could go wrong? He is fourteen after all and taller than most men on the streets. When Omen's special charmed bracelet that helps him damper his special form of magic, psionics, that he is unable to control yet, making him a danger to those around h Omen just wants to sneak off and explore the strange city of Hex, so different than the island where he lives, escaping his endless studies, while his father the King is in negotiations with Terizkand's King.

The Night's Gift

When Omen's special charmed bracelet that helps him damper his special form of magic, psionics, that he is unable to control yet, making him a danger to those around him, one of the first lives he unwittingly threatens us Prince Templar of Terizkand! Each using their own unique form of magic, the two boys continue the quest to recover the bracelet from the thief. This sets the duo on a course of adverture and chaos throughout and beneath the city of Hex from which the city may never recover. Filled with a cast of characters beyond ordinary imaginary imagination, some you will never forget, some you will wish you could!

The stuff of epic dreams and nightmares will make this a series you will want to continue. Tormy is definitely the best of them all! Apr 02, Joshua rated it liked it Shelves: Night's Gift is a fun and fairly lighthearted read, great for a quick book in between heavier stories. Each of the characters has a distinct voice of their own, villains and heroes alike, but the world building is strictly streamlined and left wanting. I found myself piqued repeatedly when some tidbit or other was hinted at but no form of explanation was presented.

I felt dropped into a world with well established lore, but without being made aware of any of it. The land has many different races with interesting characteristics and rules that they must follow. This includes the two main characters and their special abilities, yet little is revealed about them. Then there's the great ball of ridiculousness that is Tormy.

The Night's Gift

The interactions from that point on became a lot more natural and fun to read. I will definitely check out the second book in the series in hopes of seeing the world more fleshed out, because I really did enjoy the characters. Apr 11, Char rated it liked it Shelves: I won this book as part of a Goodreads First Reads giveaway. Omen Daenoth cannot control his powers. When a bracelet that helps calm him is stolen, he makes a deal with an undead alchemist in order to get it back. The story is well written and the characters are entertaining but I had a hard time getting into it initially and almost gave up.

My main issue is the lack of character development. I really didn't feel like I knew anything about Omen or Templar. You just kind of dropped into their lives I won this book as part of a Goodreads First Reads giveaway. You just kind of dropped into their lives and went straight from there with no backstory into who they are or how they acquired their powers. I also felt little was given about the world they lived in. There were lots of different races where they all have to follow many rules but no real reason as to why.

The story did improve immensely for me once Tormy was introduced however. I mean, he's a talking cat! What's not to like? A very fun and entertaining character, he really brightens things up. Unfortunately he doesn't appear until well past the halfway mark. I'm hoping that the issues I mentioned will perhaps be covered in the second installment.

I can't not read about Tormy growing up into a big cat. Aug 25, Norma Grogan rated it it was amazing. Night's Gift is a thrilling tale, skillfully written, full of adventure, heart pounding action, intriguing magic, and of course cats and dragons. Through a window, she sees two figures—a man and woman—illuminated by flickering candlelight, engaged in a quarrel. When Virginia awakens inside the house, she is in a bedroom being watched over by a beautiful, dark-haired woman. Virginia is certain her life is in danger; she has stumbled into a nest of vampires.


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