All Gareth must do is steal a dragon's egg and live to tell about it. He is warned by night whispers to flee from his tiny mountain village of Dun Mare. The stolen egg of a dragon will pay his way, if he manages to live long enough to sell it. However, there are forces against him far beyond his understanding. All he believes he knows about his life and home is false, but the egg of the black dragon is the key.
Many believe black dragons do not exist or have gone extinct. Gareth finds himself alone in a strange world of tempest seas, flying dragons, and powerful foes vying for the mental powers he may possess, and for control of the egg. Telepathic teachers, a secret sisterhood, and the king's armies willing to kill for a black dragon are only the beginning of Gareth's story.
©2015 LeRoy Clary (P)2016 LeRoy Clary
I love how the story started out about just an orphan boy trying to better his life, and slowly turned into a grand adventure with major consequences. I first started listening to this book just casually, I said Oh I'll listen for about an hour, but then 3 hours later I couldn't stop, I enjoyed it so much!
At first the narrator kind of annoyed me, but once I got into the book and listened more I started to enjoy his reading, then it grew on me more and more and now I find myself thinking in his voice! Great performance.
Yes, it's very entertaining.
stealing the egg
I love audio books and the story was worth the read.
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