Who will survive the rise of the Wyrm Lord? Dark rumors have surfaced that Paragor is seeking the ancient Wyrm Lord to crush Alleble and finally take the crown for himself. When Aidan Thomas’ new friend—bright headstrong Antoinette Reed—is called to The Realm, Aidan solicits her help to rescue his best friend. But will Antoinette follow the one true king. . . or the evil Paragor?
©2006 Wayne Thomas Batson (P)2011 Oasis
40yr old Male with children. Physician. I like books for youth because they are clean and keeps me in touch with my kids.
after the power listen, i would need a break before listening to again.
This book is unique.
Struggled with the narrator at first, but adapted when the pace picked up.
The name is sufficient.
Yes! It is always great to hear the author and how they see the characters.
I like all of them. It is hard for me to pick just one because the all pay such important roles in the book. Including the bad guys, lol!
His take on the characters. The voices are a big part of it and how he hears each line that was written. He expresses them with great passion and I love that as a reader.
Well, YEAH! Of course!
Rise of the Wyrm Lord is a great book 2! Reason being is that it does a fantastic job of bridging book 1 to book 3. That is hard to do and this was done very well.
Many of the rough edges of the first book are smoothed away in this much improved sequel. The action starts quickly and the characters are compelling. Many of the "lessons" or "spiritual parallels" are well delivered and "true to life." "Never Alone" touches my heart every time I hear it. This book is a close neighbor to some of the Narnia sequels. A good read. Looking forward to the third book.
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