Take out the sex, sexual overtone, and homosexual situations.
Stick to telling the story without sex.
Anne Flosnik is a great narrator.
Disappointment and frusteration
The narrator for these stories is phenomenal. It just feels like a giant love story and I wanted to read about the dragons, not about which keeper love which and how they feel about it.
I might given enough time between readings....otherwise I wouldn't focus on the story...
Thymara.....this character is tough and resilient enough to get through the difficulties of dealing with her dragon.
Dragon Keeper. I have resigned myself to the way she is speaking--it's still not my 'cup of tea' but I will go on to the next book just I can see what happens now that the dragons have gotten to Kelsingra.
No due to the number of hours.
All the other books have been great. BUT this book was full of teeny bopper flirting and a ton of "alternative" lifestyle storytelling. It made all the traders and hunters in this book sound like a bunch of pansies compared to all the other books.
I'm a web developer based out of Sacramento, I listen to books while I work, and love audible.
This book is 500 pages of dragon grooming and feeding, while traveling up a river. With some pigeon grooming and feed mixed in for some variety.
The first two books should have been combined into one book, as this story is just so slow.
The narrator of this series takes a little getting used to...I think she would be more suited to children's books. Great continuation of the story.