The Dragon's Prophecy

  • by Isabela Powers
  • Narrated by Afton Laidy Zabala-Jordan
  • 15 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Faeolyn, Evelyn, Az'ria, and Nadyanelle are not sisters. They are not even sisters of the same race! Faeolyn is a mischievous angel who wants nothing more than to wield a sword. Gentle Evelyn is part elf, part dryad and given her lineage, is totally one with the trees. Az'ria is a fiery drakonian, a descendant of the dragons, with a past full of betrayal and captivity and as a result, will only use her claws and fangs to get her point across. Finally, sweet Nadyanelle is mysteriously part mermaid, a halfling yet to be encountered, who loves to sing and weave flowers. They don't even have anything in common!
But suddenly, after escaping a band of mercenaries that destroyed their refuge and meeting a mystic dragon during their search for safety, they become sisters of the most important cause ever to come into existence: the salvation of the world.
They are the prophesized Elements, the chosen beings empowered with the ability to wield the elements of earth, water, air, and fire. Accompanied by a roughened warrior that acts as their weapons teacher, a Seeress as their guide, an escort of knights, and a band of thieves called the Spriggans, the four young women must conquer the demons of their past to not only bring the disheartened people of Earthia together, but battle a malevolent queen who threatens the delicate balance between good and evil and will stop at nothing in her quest for dominion.
But first things first, they will slap the humans senseless, until they change their foolish belief that women can't fight!

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Amazing!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Dragon's Prophecy to be better than the print version?

The book is already great but hearing it in digital form was great. I really enjoyed the book and couldn't get past the way it ended. I am looking forward to hearing book 2 when it comes out and I hope Afton will be the same narrator. Her voice is just lovely.


What did you like best about this story?

I loved Nadyanelle. I loved Brock and Sam and their relationship but I love how the narrator made it sound alive.


What does Afton Laidy Zabala-Jordan bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

It's engaging, professional, there are characteristics that come alive when you hear an audio vs just reading it to yourself.


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

It was the scene that sam recalled about her mother.


Any additional comments?

I AM IN LOVE WITH AFTON!

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- Barkle

I Enjoyed listening and was shocked to see that there was a review written that was untrue

I saw another review on Audible for this title that was not very realistic to the actual performance or narrator. The reviews said that the words were not articulated or pronounced correctly when in fact I heard many of the words were performed as if practiced from Google. Words were often very articulated and pronounced with perfection and annunciation. Some of the pace of chapters were slower then others but overall it sounded well. For a title of this length and certain deadlines to be met I know that this type of work can be very daunting and demanding.

Also I do know that if the Rights holder of the title did not like the audio they would have told the narrator that changes were to be made of some sorts.

I do recommend this title to other audible listeners because I really did enjoy it.
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- Estrella "Author of 'The Flower You Once Held' and a dedicated, inspired Voice Over Narrator Artist. A mother to 3 and a wife to 1. :)"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-07-2016
  • Publisher: California Times Publishing