Sisera's Gift : Dragonblood Sagas

  • by Robyn Wideman
  • Narrated by Erik Sandvold
  • Series: Dragonblood Sagas
  • 11 hrs and 11 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

At first there were only rumors, but now it is known: Dragons have returned!
Kai is the town drunk. His life is simple, he works every day to pay for the drinks that help drown his sorrow, until one day when a beautiful warrior enters his favorite watering hole and changes his life forever.
Raven is a proud warrior sworn to defend Princess Isabella. Her task to take child away from a devious stepfather is interrupted by an ambush that leaves her in desperate need of a tracker. When she goes looking for help she has an altercation with the one man who can help her!
Princess Isabella flees one bad situation only to find herself in a much worse one. However, an unlikely character comes to her rescue. One that she had only dreamed about.

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Customer Reviews

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enjoy the characters from book 1? too bad for you!

book one left so many questions about the main character and his Dragon unanswered so I was looking forward to finding out what happens it in the second book.. well turns out the author of the book decide we should start form scratch and the entire second book wouldn't mention the main characters from book 1 at all. in fact not a single thing from book one was used in this story except for a few mentions of the Dragon leaders and an abandoned plan to go to the island from book one. I just finished book 2 and I'm still trying to figure out what the author was thinking. seriously wtf.
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- Andrew Byers

Good story bad voice acting.

1 Would I listen to this book again: No they voice drove me crazy even if the story its self was worth it.

2 Did I like the story: Yes and No one the actions of many of the caricatures would make little to no actual since if you stood in the same place real for one (Small Spoiler) 7 year over one girl ya that Bull and it takes 2 to cheat.

3 How was the narration: Truly bad not the worst I have ever heard but still on the lower end.
I really like become engrossed by a book taken away on a journey this voice stopped that totally and made me want to punch a wall.

4 Would I read the next one: Maybe if he get a new narrator.
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- S. Seigel

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-02-2016
  • Publisher: Robyn Wideman