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Ten years after Alex and Aaron Stowe brought peace to Quill and Artimé, their younger twin sisters journey beyond the islands in this first novel of a new sequel series to The Unwanteds, which Kirkus Reviews called "The Hunger Games meets Harry Potter".
Identical twins Fifer and Thisbe Stowe have amazing yet uncontrollable magical abilities. They're naturally more gifted than even their brother, Alex, the head mage of Artimé, could hope to be. But when they accidentally use their magic in the jungle of Artimé to strike down a beloved creature, Alex is furious and threatens to lock them away until they can learn to control their power.
The threat is soon forgotten, though, when Hux, the ice blue dragon, comes to Artimé bearing the horrible news that his siblings have been enslaved by the notoriously evil Revinir, ruler of the dragon land.
Seeking a chance to right their wrong and escape their brother's wrath, Thisbe, Fifer, and their friend Seth sneak away to rescue the dragons from grave peril. Will their untrained abilities be enough to save the dragons - and themselves - when they come face-to-face with the Revinir?
©2017 Lisa McMann (P)2017 Simon & Schuster Audio
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By Lisa Sicilio on 06-23-17

Simba Voice

It's really too bad that Steve West was unable to do narration for this book as he had done in previous 7 books because he did a flawless job. Fiona Hardingham should have listened more to previous books. She really messed up Simba's voice and so many of the other voices were nit distinctive enough ti always know who was speaking. I hope future books have Steve West and if he's not available perhaps look for someone else.

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By Teri on 06-08-17

Not consistent narration

After having listened to previous books in series, it difficult to have the voices of the characters be so drastically different in this book. I.e. Simba's voice changes from a gruff growly voice in the previous to a slow southern drawl here... Very disconcerting. Story still good...

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