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Publisher's Summary

Alis was a quiet librarian at the campus library of the School of Spells & Magic - that is, until the sword wielding buffoon Cahan had the audacity to battle a dragon in her library! Now she's following him off on some foolhardy adventure. As they try to save the university from the mysterious Formless, she fights an equally important battle - to maintain her self-respect!
©2015 Morgon Newquist (P)2016 Silver Empire
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By mandy on 12-12-17

Good!

I really enjoyed this short YA paranormal story! Good narration! Wish the story was a bit longer but the author did a good job of fitting a lot into a short story!

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. The fact that I was gifted this book had no influence over my opinion of it.

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By BuildItLikeBeal on 12-09-17

Dragons, Knights, Sorcerers, and other Thingies!

This short story is about a young librarian and a knight that meet face-to-face with a dragon and are thrown into a series of events which eventually leads them to meeting another interesting foe. Parts of the story are very creative and I appreciated them as such. However, the story's characters are quite shallow and I kept wanting to relate to the characters more. some of this impression may have come from the narration which to me come across more like a reading. I may have gotten more out of the story had the narration been a bit more mature and exercised with different voices and characterizations.


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