[PDF] Download ↠ Waycaller (Episode 1): Out of the Dark (Waycaller Chronicles) | by ò D.J. McPhee

By D.J. McPhee | Comments: ( 383 ) | Date: ( Oct 15, 2019 )

Seventeen year old Jack Gordon thinks he s going mad, just like his mother who believed in mythical beings like elves, dragons and monsters He s even started hearing voices But then he and his little sister Harriett are attacked by a monster that is definitely real Out of nowhere Jack and Harriett are magically transported to Anwynn, a veiled Otherworld In Anwynn, JackSeventeen year old Jack Gordon thinks he s going mad, just like his mother who believed in mythical beings like elves, dragons and monsters He s even started hearing voices But then he and his little sister Harriett are attacked by a monster that is definitely real Out of nowhere Jack and Harriett are magically transported to Anwynn, a veiled Otherworld In Anwynn, Jack learns that elves, dragons and Druids are very real and that he is a Waycaller he has the power to part the veil between the hidden realm of Anwynn and the human realm Jack faces the challenges that come with being in an unfamiliar world that is as dangerous as it is magical To survive, he must overcome his doubts and fears and learn to accept and use the power that resides within him That might be a little easier if he weren t also struggling with his feelings for the mysterious Anarra, a part elvish girl whose beauty is matched only by her skill with a sword Waycaller is a fantasy novel in seven episodes This is episode 1 Waycaller is old school fantasy revamped for modern readers, both adult and young adult For information about the other episodes and for lots of extra, free material about Waycaller including a map of the magical realm of Anwynn go to waycaller


  • Title: Waycaller (Episode 1): Out of the Dark (Waycaller Chronicles)
  • Author: D.J. McPhee
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  • Page: 286
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Comments Waycaller (Episode 1): Out of the Dark (Waycaller Chronicles)

  • Prue Range

    This is classic fantasy. It has all the stuff you expect from fantasy in truckloads: magic, elves, dragons, a dark threat. The author notes that it is deliberately traditional in that sense, so nothing shockingly different here. It's innocent and pulls on the heartstrings. Waycaller is that rare book that is faithful to the traditional fantasy genre rather than trying a lot of pointless experimentation. D.J. McPhee knows what we like and gives it to us straight! Waycaller is an epic portal fanta [...]


  • Jacob Jones

    Because Tolkien style fantasy is so popular, I really did not want to like this as much as I did. I tend to think that extremely popular fiction is just connecting with a low common denominator. Contrary to my expectations, I did not merely enjoy Waycaller, I loved it.I devoured the whole seven episodes in about a week and a half. The idea is a common enough one in fantasy: outsider kid finds a hidden world and learns he’s got special powers. This isn't to say that the plot is formulaic, becau [...]


  • Bella Soleil

    D.J. McPhee's Waycaller is the best fantasy fiction I've read for years. The plot draws you in straight away. I won't spoil it by talking about it here but it's action-packed and heart warming. I enjoyed this series as much as the Harry Potter series, which was my last big fantasy love. Set in a world like Middle Earth, the characters are terrific. The hero, Jack, and his little sister, Harriett, are both believable and likable. Harriett is my favorite. I messaged D.J. McPhee to tell him I love [...]


  • Ben Mason

    With the Waycaller series D.J. McPhee has done something that few other fantasy writers have accomplished: remained faithful to the epic fantasy genre and delivered diversity without compromising believability or story. D.J. McPhee updates the epic fantasy novel with easy-to-read language and engaging, identifiable characters. Only the Harry Potter books found me so enamored with a set of characters. Waycaller is as rich as the Potter books in that sense, but much more diverse. That makes these [...]


  • Shayla Morgansen

    Ensconced in the traditional fantasy elements of prophecies, idyllic halfling villages and immortal villains is the beginning of a unique and original fantasy novel. This first part of the serialised story introduces us to modern protagonists Jack and Harriett, orphaned siblings from our own world, and hints at the 'other' world their mother glimpsed before going crazy and supposedly drowning herself. When the children are attacked by a terrible beast in a policeman's skin, Jack finds he has the [...]


  • Fantasy Feminist

    This review is not just for episode 1, but for the whole series (episodes 1 - 7). Waycaller is an intelligent, well-written fantasy novel featuring multiple racially diverse and powerful women characters. The novel refigures European mythology in a way that addresses the problematic "white maleness" of most fantasy fiction inspired by Tolkien. The novel foregrounds dialogue as a way of undermining the tendency in masculinist fantasy of subsuming character and plot to action. Waycaller also uses [...]


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