I thought this book sounded really promising. That turned out not to be the case.
I didn't really sympathize with any of the characters. Even our protagonist, who spent a lot of her time running away, hiding, and avoiding things she needed to deal with. Not cool, Cora.
There were also things I wanted the author to elaborate on more, like how the guys came about their dragons.
There were some interesting things that I enjoyed and felt were promising, that would then be resolved in a damp, lets throw some cold water on the reader, sort of way. Like when Cora felt she was being watched. I thought that would have been something completely different to what it turned out to signify. I'm trying not to say too much, for those who haven't and want to read Dragon Call.
Overall, the lack of character development (including those of the dragons) soured the book for me.
I thought the author was a very good writer, but at times I was also having to really concentrate on what was happening when there were some action based scenes, as I just couldn't picture what was going on, and was left quite confused, feeling as if I'd missed a whole chunk of text when I hadn't.
I enjoyed the premise, but found the execution was just not hitting the mark as far as I'm concerned.