To Light The Dragon's Fire

  • by Margaret Taylor
  • Narrated by Fred Wolinsky
  • 7 hrs and 17 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Independent and feisty Terra Heegan is on the verge of sacrificing everything to save her family's struggling trucking company. But, she wants one last hoorah before settling into a loveless marriage. With her sister, Lanni, Terra takes a trip into the Mountains of Wyoming to explore one of the few places left on Earth where adrenaline and wit are the only things that can keep her out of trouble...

Everything is in place. The pieces have all been set and all Evil needs is one last ingredient to rule everything. The love of a human with fire-red hair and silvery eyes that will... Light The Dragon's Fire.


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How To Light the Dragon’s Fire? With a Touch

Terra and her twin sister, Lanni, are going on one last exploration before Terra gets married. Terra loves to rock climb and since Lanni won’t let her go alone, off they go to the mountains together. While climbing Terra discovers a cave and goes in, Lanni follows. They don’t see the dark tunnel leading downward as they accidentally slide through it.

The two women come out into another world or another dimension? Captured, they are taken to the King, who happens to be a real Dragon King when not in humanoid form. Terra is a very outspoken woman and demands answers and wants to know how to get back home. King Draven has other thoughts since he had an immediate attraction to Terra. This is not something he thought would ever happen.

His best friend and adviser is Arin, a Chimera. Lanni is attracted to him although, he likes her he does not feel he is good enough. More surprises in store to keep you guessing and turning pages.

I like the strong male and female leads in this series. They set each other off so well. Their banter and chemistry spark. Characters are well developed and all have a strong drive to survive. There is a lot of magic in this world and many different fantasy creatures that can change to humanoid when they want. I liked the twist that had a Black Unicorn as the villain. He also has plans for the two women, if he can get them away from King Dravon.

I was not real happy with the reader, Fred Wolinski. His voices left a lot to be desired. Some were actually funny. His voice for Draven was too high. Everyone assumes that a huge powerful Dragon has a deep and powerful voice. I didn’t like the female voices either. They sounded too fake, high and silly. He does do a good evil witch though.

With that said I did like the book very much and will probably get the kindle version for the rest of the series.The plot is different and there are a lot of subplots. Unexpected twists and new characters give it added excitement and tension.
I highly recommend this book as the first book is action-packed and edge of your seat reading. This is a read that will capture your attention and won’t let you go.

There were no audio issues with the production. The audio was clear.

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Strong Women take on Another World!

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, but only if you love fantasy and have an open mind to other worlds.

What was one of the most memorable moments of To Light The Dragon's Fire?

I love the interaction between the twin sisters and the "threads" that connect them. They are twins but are each strong in their own way. The men of this world have never seen anything like them before.

What does Fred Wolinsky bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Mr. Wolinsky brings passion and order to the story. I was never confused during the narration as each character has a distinct voice. This must have been especially difficult since two of the characters are twins!

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

When Lanni "died." I didn't know how her twin would be able to survive in this strange world.

Any additional comments?

Since the end of Book 1 left many unresolved issues, I am looking forward to seeing them play out in Book 2. I am also hoping that the excellent narration by Fred Wolinsky continues throughout the series.

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- Nancy Finelli

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-18-2014
  • Publisher: Margaret Taylor