The Dragon Healer of Tone is an epic fantasy about the life of Terra, the human whose fate is tied to the Dragon World of Tone's future. Many seasons ago, a great wizard started a war that drove the humans to the misty valleys along the coast. Terra was the first male born with the magic of healing for hundreds of sets of seasons. He is the hope of the world, even though few know of his existence. As a child, he was taken from his family and was raised by the great coastal dragons. Only the dragons and a few others that have been awaiting his birth know of him and his powers. Even they have no idea of the enormous capabilities he possesses. Terra and his dragon, Fienna, whom he loves above all others, must save themselves from the dangers of outside powers that would either control or destroy them. Not the least of these powers is the Black Solan, an insane witch bent upon their destruction. The two must survive, as well as build a life together, in a world of unknown dangers.More
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The Dragon Healer of Tone
One of the best fantasy novel I have heard and is comparable to The Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Riveting and systematically presented perhaps written by a scientist
The last chapter (79th)
A kind, gentle story.
This was a very kind and gentle story. The pace was just right and it was a very relaxing storyline to listen to. I really enjoyed listening to it as I knitted a teddy bear for my new grand-nephew. There's lots of love and kindness in the story, and it was just really refreshing to listen to a whole book full of it.
Andrew Tell did an excellent job of reading this story. I have nothing but praise for his reading. He really was in sync with the author's style.
This was such an interesting and unique tale set in a world of nymphs, dragons, humans, and many other beings. A world where right, might, and humility are embodied in the main character who comes into his powers at a gentle pace, learning along the way that it may be up to him to heal even the world itself. Bravo to A.D. Adams on a tale well-written and well-told.
- Linda Ash