White Dragon : Dragonbound

  • by Rebecca Shelley
  • Narrated by Tren Sparks
  • Series: Dragonbound
  • 4 hrs and 32 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

While Kanvar searches for his grandfather, Kumar Raza faces a savage Great White dragon that attacks his village. With no armor and only a fishing spear, Raza fights the white dragon but is mortally wounded in the battle. Raza's young son, Denali, must find a way to save his father and bring him safely out of the frozen wasteland. Lost in a blizzard, hunted by a pack of wolves, followed by a Great White dragon hatchling, Denali must use all his wit and skill to survive.

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An exciting continuation

WHAT IT'S ABOUT
While Kanvar searches for his grandfather, Kumar Raza faces a savage Great White dragon that attacks his village. With no armor and only a fishing spear, Raza fights the white dragon but is mortally wounded in the battle. Raza's youngest son, Denali, must find a way to save his father and bring him safely out of the frozen wasteland. Lost in a blizzard, hunted by a pack of wolves, followed by a Great White dragon hatchling, Denali must use all his wit and skill to survive.

MY TAKE
Another hit by Shelley. I listened to the audiobook, and Tren Sparks does a wonderful job again bringing the characters to life, especially the dragons. This is a continuation of the tale begun in Blue Dragon and White Dragon is just as action packed as the first book. It's filled with on-the-edge-of-your-seat action as Kanvar goes in search of his grandfather.

It's such a deliciously twisted family. I'm not into Game of Thrones kind of awfulness, greed and viciousness for its own sake. The characters in the Dragonbound series have understandable reasons--mostly--for how they act, although they are certainly still flawed. The bad reputation the Naga (those who bond with dragons and become linked with them) have is justly earned. Their mind-control power is something easy to abuse, and their arrogance has not diminished.

I give it 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, rounded up. The story has a good resolution with some healing for the family, though it seemed to happen a little too quickly in the end. Some things that have been festering that long take a long time to heal. But the baby white dragon was precious.

I received an audiobook in exchange for an honest review.
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- A Voracious Reader "Mom Weave"

loved it

What made the experience of listening to White Dragon the most enjoyable?

the kinds of dragons nagas and the history of the world its all epic i cant w8 for the rest of the books


What did you like best about this story?

the drama


Which scene was your favorite?

the wolfs


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

yes


Any additional comments?

its worth it

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- blackluster

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-03-2015
  • Publisher: Wonder Realms Books