Dragon Day

Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Dragon Quartet, Book 2
Narrated by: Eliza Foss
Series: Dragon Quartet, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 4 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Things fall apart...

Shocked by the tragic outcome of the battle with Asvoria, the companions go their separate ways. Sindri enrolls in a legendary school of magic, while Catriona meets a dashing young cleric who helps her make peace with her failures.

But as Dragon Day draws near, peace gives way to new conflict. And this time, the two friends stand as enemies in a feud between the most powerful wizards and clerics in Solamnia. Spells fly. Loyalties shatter. All the while, someone is watching, preparing for the final battle that could bring doom to them all.

Dragon Day continues a new series of Dragonlance adventures written specifically for readers ages 10 and up. The series features a new group of young companions who band together for friendship and excitement during the golden age of the Dragonlance world.

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The mediocrity continues

I enjoy this narrator quite a bit more than the previous one, but if anything the stories are getting duller. The ham-fisted morality lessons in this one were very tiresome, as was the three best characters in the series (Nearra, Davine, and Elidor) having basically no part in it. Really my favorite part was the interactions between Maddoc and.... A certain black-robed wizard whose name I won't mention for spoiler reasons. I will finish the series, as at this point I'm too invested not to, but I really, really hope the next book is better than this one.