Searching for Dragons : Enchanted Forest Chronicles

  • by Patricia C. Wrede
  • Narrated by Words Take Wing Repertory Company
  • Series: Enchanted Forest Chronicles
  • 5 hrs and 58 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Those wicked wizards are at it again! This time they are draining power from the Enchanted Forest. And that does not sit well with Mendanbar the King. On the advice of the witch Morwen, Mendanbar decides to consult with Kazul, the King of Dragons. When he arrives at Kazul's cave, he meets Princess Cimorene and learns that Kazul has been captured by those horrible wizards. Mendanbar and Cimorene will have to search for him, traveling over mountains and past man-eating giants, terrifying rock snakes, and an assortment of magic-wielders.


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Wonderfully funny title

Patricia C. Wrede's Enchanted Forest Chronicles are an incredibly fun series. I love her wit, and the way she throws so many references to canonical fairytales into her writing in such an off-hand way. The characters that she has created with Mendanbar, Cimorene, and Kazul, not to mention Telemain, Morwen, and the cats, are some of the funniest and pleasantest that I have encountered in children's literautre.
I'm not a huge fan of full cast narrations as quite often they can be rather cheesy. In this case, however, the cast was wonderful. My only complaint is that not all of the character’s voices are the same from book to book. In some cases, this may not be a huge change, but in others (Cimorene and Kazul, for instance) it is very noticeable. Still, they all do an excellent job. I would recommend this for anyone looking for a light, humorous read - especially if you like fantasy or fairytales.
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- Jeremy "I'm an audiophile, what can I say? My favoriate narrators would be Frederick Davidson, Roy Dotrice, Jim Dale, Nadia May, and Scott Brick."

a story for all fantasy lovers

good for eveyone. Fun, light, and intriguing definitely suitable fantasy fans of all ages and the multiple voices really brings the story to life need to find more stories narrated by this group. 2nd to none.
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- zaid

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-30-2008
  • Publisher: Listening Library