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Yet Cormyr has never faced so many mighty and mysterious foes at once. Demonic ghazneths, ancient curses, weird trees of foul magic, goblins and their kin on the rise in the northern wilderlands, a blight upon the land, rebellious mutterings, dying war wizards...and a dragon the likes of which no living eyes on Faerun have ever seen.
The Purple Throne doesn't seem so unassailable now. It could well shatter under the weight of a gigantic dragon - or the secrets and follies of the last of the Obarskyrs.
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By Phill on 04-13-18
Great book, Great story, not so great narrator.
Would you consider the audio edition of Death of the Dragon to be better than the print version?
I would say that it's almost identical.
What did you like best about this story?
Continuing the stories of the Dragon thrown, and the Forgotten Realms.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of J. P. Linton?
Eric Michael Summerer or Victor Bevine would have been great.
Linton just has to low of a voice for this, and overly pronounces T,S, and P's. Reminds me of a quiet movie, then LOUD commercials...
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
At most parts yes, but, it does have a couple slow parts.
By Stevan on 10-16-17
I loved every minute
after first encountering cormyr in few of elminsters books, and hearing of royal magician. I was interested to hear their stories. this final chapter delivered anticipated ending, but the road there was full of excitement and I'm glad I listened to this.