Dragonvein: Book Two : Dragonvein

  • by Brian D. Anderson
  • Narrated by Derek Perkins
  • Series: Dragonvein
  • 11 hrs and 55 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With new friends and allies fighting by his side, Ethan Dragonvein must find a way to overcome the might of the Eternal Emperor Shinzan. As the voices of the dragons call to him, he is driven to seek them out in the faint hope that they can help him fulfill his destiny and save the people of Lumnia. But he must hurry. Shinzan has not been idle and moves swiftly to crush this fledgling mage before he can become a challenge to his power.


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Way too much sex.

Is there anything you would change about this book?

The sex and manipulation is too stereotypical. Very disappointing that this book was not appropriate for teens after the Godling Chronicles was such an excellent read.

What was most disappointing about Brian D. Anderson’s story?

The main female character, Lilanora, is basically presented as a whore who teases and beds the main male characters on a whim almost as soon as she is introduced. She cruelly torments Cat who is still in love with Ethan who is oblivious. Men aren't this thick and usually figure out when they are being played, but not our hero. It is hard to root for a hero who is this slow...Although the end puts the two women on a more even playing field, Lilanora is hardly taken to task for anything she has done to the friendship of the other three primary characters. It is difficult to read Lilanora's activities and treatment of others and see her as one of the good guys.

Any additional comments?

Based on my experience with previous books by Anderson, I was embarrassed for recommending this book to family members before I read it myself. I was furious when I was called by family members who informed me that this book was not what I thought it was... I lost count of "F" bombs and various forms of crude genital references. After reading it myself, I had to apologize for the recommendation.

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- David

Not YA, but the story is YA stuff.

this story is so predictable. there's some real sophomoric writing here. but it's seems he tried to go George RR Martin. sexual scenes talking of throbbing male members. It just doesn't go with the rest of the story. it's like Harry Potter with terrible sex scenes in it.
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- james

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-20-2015
  • Publisher: Audible Studios