Dragonslayer's Return : Spearwielder's Tales

  • by R. A. Salvatore
  • Narrated by Paul Boehmer
  • Series: Spearwielder's Tales
  • 11 hrs and 1 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

It's been four years since Gary Leger slew a dragon and returned home from Faerie, and almost half a year since his father died. Ever since that fateful day, he's been aching to take his wife, Diane, leave Earth behind, and go back to Faerie to see his friends and get away from it all.
His friends wish he'd come back, too - and fast. The threat of war looms over the land like a dark cloud. The king is brutally suppressing his subjects, acting more ruthless than ever before. And the most powerful witch in Faerie, banished to a remote island, isn't letting that stop her from sowing the seeds of destruction. Gary wants to escape responsibility in his own life. But Faerie's heroic dragonslayer once again has the fate of the world in his hands.

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An excellent conclusion.

Four years have passed since Gary Leger made his last trip to Fairy and slew the mighty dragon Robert with the land's legendary, sentient magical spear. Now married to his longtime girlfriend Dianne, Gary is once again seeking to return to Fairy to escape the grief of losing his beloved father.
Back in Fairy, however, a matter of only a few months have passed and things are far from well. Thhe evil sorceress Ceredwin will soon be free of her exile and the land's wicked king is seeking to take credit for the defeat of Robert the Wretched. After hearing Gary'ss repeated calls, the Leprechaun Mickey McMickey finally brings Gary, accidentally accompanied now by Dianne, back to Fairy. Dianne's arrival, however, might just tip the scales in favor of those opposed to Ceredwin and the wicked king. THough initially skeptical, she quickly embraces the quest and accidentally makes a shocking discovery about the evil that has long held the land in its grip. Can the heroes find the missing puzzle piece and restore Fairy to its former glory?
This was probablyy the best of the trilogy, and once again narrator Paul Boehmer does a standup job of bringing it to life. It's easy to tell who's speaking and his characterizations are quite good.
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- Bryan J. Peterson

Excellent story

My first experience with this genre, but I keep relistening to it over and over.
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- Matt

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-28-2010
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio