• Legends of the Dragonrealm: Dragon Masters

  • The Turning War, Book One
  • By: Richard A. Knaak
  • Narrated by: Heather Hershow
  • Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Release date: 08-21-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Permuted Press
  • 4.0 (1 rating)

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Publisher's Summary

The first audiobook in a new trilogy about the beginnings of the Dragonrealm.
At long last, the true story of the mage-led rebellion against the rule of the Dragon Kings that two centuries later, continues to affect all those inhabiting the Dragonrealm!
Some 200 years before Cabe Bedlam was thrust into the machinations of the Dragon Kings, his grandfather Nathan led a band of wizards against the drake lords, in the hopes of freeing the realms of their tyrannical rule. Yet, the truth behind that story is not a simple one. Here now, is the dawn of the Turning War, a pivotal moment in the Dragonrealm, and the startling creation of the first band to stand against the drake lords; The Dragon Masters.
©2017 Richard A. Knaak (P)2017 Permuted Press
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By Jason on 10-23-17


It was an interesting story and I think it has potential but I feel like there was a lot of missed opportunities in this book. While I don't expect every character to be totally fleshed out in one novel, I would think you could manage something. Instead it feels like each character just had their personalities just kinda pasted together. Many of them just have random potential without giving any real explanation as to how they gained their powers or what is is that makes them so special. Maybe that will be addressed in future books?

The Narrator did a good job but it seemed like for the entire book she was reading in a room with a horrible echo, even when she spoke soft he voice would bounce back. Further it wouldn't hurt to slow the pace just a bit. It felt like she was rushing through the readings. No more would a chapter end without much of any pause she'd read the Chapter #, The Chapter Title and then right into the story itself. A good pause would help the listener transition.

All in all I'd still give the book 4 stars and I do hope that future books get better.

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