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California Imperium

American Dragons, Book 5
Narrated by: James Patrick Cronin
Series: American Dragons Series, Book 5
Length: 9 hrs and 3 mins
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They want it all, and they want it right now.

Steven Drokharis has built an empire that stretches across the United States and around the world. He seems unstoppable - a force of nature and a creature of wrath.

But now, he’ll have to deal with something deadlier than enemies...Dragonsoul allies. Exiled from America and on the run, Steven and his escort of beautiful women will have to unravel the secrets of the past to save their future.

Friends will become enemies, enemies friends, and century-old feuds will bleed anew in this fifth exciting installment of the best-selling American Dragons series.

From Aaron Crash, the best-selling author of War God's Mantle, comes the fifth installment in the epic American Dragons series! 

Disclaimer: California Imperium (American Dragons, Book 5) is a shoot-em-up, action adventure, urban fantasy novel which is not intended for listeners under the age of 18. This novel contains swearing, violence, and a harem of beautiful shapeshifting women that the hero regularly sleeps with - and he does so gladly.

©2019 Shadow Alley Pres Inc (P)2019 Shadow Alley Pres Inc

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Needs work

So 5 books into this series/story. I like the overall story, I havent found another dragon based, LitRPG; but this particular book started irritating me in a few areas. The author vaguely references the 'skill tree', which is great but whats the point if you arent going to give a little more detail or elaborate on their skill or power level? There are now too many characters to keep track of and the narrator isnt nearly good enough for this many characters. DONT changes the narrator, but reduce the amount of characters with dialog. Lastly, there are some parts of the story that get very confusing when it comes to dreams or visions. The overall plot of the story is still good, but i fear the author is losing focus on a few things.

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still going strong

I enjoyed this part of the series . the story is still going strong. the author does not leave cliffhangers although we all know the final objective is still to come. t hth e narrator does a goid job and is an easy listen

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love it!

love listening to this series, it's action packed, sensual and had depth can't wait for the next book.

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another interesting story

I enjoyed the story. not too complex and a good light escape. a little steamy at times but not overly.

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More and More Intense!

Well we just seem to be building the intensity! The characters continue to grow and the plot gets deeper and deeper! The conflict with the ultimate enemy must come soon I believe but the build up is brutal!

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loved the story like all the others

loved the story like all the others but I wish the performer would slow down on the names of characters. There are a lot of important characters and slowing down would give more time to get them strait.