Dragon Blade : War of the Blades

  • by J.D. Hallowell
  • Narrated by Brian J. Gill
  • Series: War of the Blades
  • 13 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Swords forged by dragon magic. Ancient rivalries flaring into all-out war. Dragon Riders caught up in a clash of hidden powers. A world hangs in the balance.
Dragon Blade, the final book in The War of the Blades, is the epic sequel to the story begun in Dragon Fate. Delno Okonan, his draconic bond-mate, Geneva, and their allies among the Dragons and Riders are once again caught up in events controlled by unseen forces. They must uncover the real secrets behind the death of a senior Dragon Rider and the sudden rise of the Roracks, ancient enemy of dragons and men, to defeat a threat that could destroy them all and leave the world they know forever altered.


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Customer Reviews

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Like Books About Dragons???

If you like books with dragons as the main characters, then this is for you! Although the book uses pretty much the same formula that so many other books have been written by. This is still a good light read! The narrator gives a pretty good performance and his characters are well fleshed out. Reading this book will fill the need for action and adventure your teenage boy/ girl so craves. Even though you may be 80 + -!!!!!!! Happy Reading
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- Caro

An excellent read

What did you love best about Dragon Blade?

The main character was competent and likable. Too many times in fantasy books have I seen that the main character needs to grow into the role he or she is thrust into. This main character is thrust into the role because he can actually pull it off and has the training and skill to fill it.

Which character – as performed by Brian J. Gill – was your favorite?

Brock. A gruff, grizzled old rider with a heart of gold.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Every time affection was shown between dragon and rider, and the effect the bonding has on new riders.

Any additional comments?

It's so refreshing to read a fantasy book that has a war in it where the good guy isn't underpowered and outnumbered. The main character is a veteran from the army and a combat leader. It shows through the story as he organizes his fighting force, gains the alliances he needs with the help of Geneva, his dragon, and finally triumphs over the enemy who has done one of the things you are never supposed to do: underestimate your opponent.

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- Brenton

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-17-2016
  • Publisher: Westhall Media