Wytchfire : The Dragonkin Trilogy

  • by Michael Meyerhofer
  • Narrated by Craig Beck
  • Series: The Dragonkin Trilogy
  • 11 hrs and 34 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

In a land haunted by the legacy of dead dragons, Rowen Locke has been many things: orphan, gravedigger, mercenary. All he ever wanted was to become a Knight of Crane and wield a kingsteel sword against the kind of grown horrors his childhood knows all too well. But that dream crumbled - replaced by a new nightmare. War is overrunning the realms, an unprecedented duel of desire and revenge, steel and sorcery. And for one disgraced man who would be a knight, in a world where no one is blameless, the time has come to decide which side he's on.

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Can't judge a book by it's cover.

I took a risk on this book and I am glad I did. The cover does not do the book justice. This book has good twists that will leave you wanting more. There is death, destruction, and even some of scene sex in this book. The book feels real in a way that many fantasies do not. I understand the character's decisions and they act like real people. Many fantasy books have a little too much drama for me when it comes to things like romance and feelings, this book has just enough to make you understand that the feelings are there without going on a rant.
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- Christopher "My name is Chris and I am an addict."

Why did I only find this book by chance?!?

I'm so glad that I stumbled on this series! I've read/ listened to all of the top epic fantasy series. From there I went on to devour everything else those authors had produced. On average I listen to 6 - 10 hours per day, 7 days per week, so while I prefer to seek out books that are at least 20 hours, I go through a lot of credits! That means I am constantly looking for new material, and I've reached the point where there is little really great stuff left! - At least until my favorite authors have a new release.

That said, I stumbled on this book after an hour of hopeless browsing, looking at books that will last me only a day. Many reviews, many samples, many cases of lukewarm interest - but nothing that made me want to spend a credit. Then I stumbled on this book.

The hero is quite believable. He is never described as humble, or ordinary, yet he is. He could be the boy you wished lived next door. The author lets you decide that however. The characters reveal themselves through their words and actions, and each is motivated by a fully developed raison d'etre, not a flimsy plot device.

In other words, Wytchfire is well worth the credit! Great writing, great narration. I'd be happy to regale you with more reasons to to chance falling in love with this book, but I would really rather be downloading the next book!

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- Logophile "I've always loved books, and the word voracious is not robust enough to describe my habit. Now I have to multi-task, so I listen. A lot!"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-18-2015
  • Publisher: Red Adept Publishing, LLC