Legends of the Dragonrealm: Dragon Masters
- The Turning War, Book One
- Narrated by: Heather Hershow
- Length: 9 hrs and 18 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-21-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Permuted Press
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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.
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By Peter on 01-12-18
The producers of this audio book should be ashamed
What disappointed you about Legends of the Dragonrealm: Dragon Masters?
The production quality was poor. Words were clipped, pauses between sentences were too short. At times there was a slight echo, like if she were speaking in a very large room. If I could have slowed the playback to about .9 of normal that would probably have been perfect. In any given chapter, the scene changed without warning. Most times, the first sentence of the new scene would not include any information about who was speaking, plus the narrator made little to no attempt at providing a different voice for each character, so I'd attribute the text to the wrong character, realize it did not make sense and then have to re-listen to the section.
Would you ever listen to anything by Richard A. Knaak again?
Would you be willing to try another one of Heather Hershow’s performances?
Ms. Hershow has a beautiful voice, but I think it's ill suited to fiction. If she read a non fiction book that I was interested in, I would read it.
You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?
The Dragonrealm has always been fascinating, the author leaves little hooks of information that make you wonder what the backstory is, and the progression of the series has filled in the gaps showing that there could be a huge plot bible that I would love to read.