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Forever a Dragon

The Dragon Archives, Book 4
Narrated by: Josephine Hall
Series: The Dragon Archives, Book 4
Length: 11 hrs and 36 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy
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Publisher's Summary

How do you kill a dragon? For Lleland Seaton, Master of Philosophy, the answer is clear. Only a longbow is powerful enough to hunt such a terrible beast. But little is known about the fearsome creatures, so when Zachary Drake, along with his beautiful and intriguing sister Lydia, crosses Lleland’s path, it seems fate is on his side. Who, after all, is better to teach him about slaying dragons than the son of the famed dragon-slayer himself, Aaron Drake? 

But things are never as they appear, and when Lleland travels to the Northern Mountains and the home of the Drakes in the hopes of learning more about dragons - and perhaps extending his acquaintance with Lydia - he embarks on a journey that will challenge everything he believes, forcing him to confront the truth about dragons, and eventually, the truth about himself as well.

©2016 Linda K. Hopkins (P)2019 Linda K. Hopkins

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Was more interesting than expected.

This was my first time listening to an audible book. I was expecting myself to feel bored and dose off, but ended up enjoying it instead. The story line started off a little dull, but then started to get more and more interesting. So be patient with the first two or three chapters. The narrator was pretty good with the voices, she could have changed the voices a little more often so the listener could understand that another character is speaking. Overall it was a pretty good story and had some funny moment, which I had personally enjoyed. I recommend this story along with the rest of the series, which honestly speaking is AMAZINGGG.

(I received this audible book in exchange for an honest review.)

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  • K. Schena
  • Auburn, MA United States
  • 05-29-19

Great story

I enjoyed listening to Forever a Dragon. It had a few parts that were hard to believe but it is a book about dragons that can take human form so... That being said it was a good listen. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves the idea of dragons and is willing to let go of the traditional lore for a while. I happen to like all types of dragon stories and found all of Linds K Hopkins dragon books entertaining to listen too and read. I choose this rating simply because I enjoyed the book that much.

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  • GreenDragon35
  • North Attleborough, Massachusetts United States
  • 05-09-19

Couldn't Wait

It took me a little bit to be able to listen to this book, but it was well worth the wait. It had been a while since I had last listened/read the series. So I just wanted to get myself familiar with everything again. I absolutely loved the book as well as the narrator. I liked how i kind of knew/guessed what was going to happen but couldn't even imagine how it was going to happen. The ending was an even bigger surprise to me that I couldn't even guess or forsee. I would definitely recommend the book and/or the audio book to anyone. I don't just recommend that people read/listen to them in order because I think it will help them understand something's that are mentioned in later books.

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Forever a Dragon

Another wonderful addition To the Dragon Archives.
I really enjoyed this narration!
Looking forward to the final book on audible!

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Perfect!

Great story, talented narrator. I couldn't put it down! Can't wait for the next book to come out!

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  • Tracie Anderson
  • 05-23-19

Really enjoyed this audio book

I loved how the characters came to life in the both the kindle and the audio versions of the book and I especially liked the narrator in the audio book, she did a fair range of voices to identify the different characters, and her voice was clear and easy to listen to through out.

I like the way that the stories unfold and they seem to be very nicely written and a whole new world where dragons are possible springs from the pages/stories.

This is the first of the audio books I have purchased but the 4th in Kindle version, I will be looking for more.

Kind regards and I look forward to more on the Dragon Series coming to life.

Tracie

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  • grandpa15
  • 04-29-19

Recommended

I have been reading and listening to the Dragon Archives and, as a subscriber to the author's email list, enjoying free additional stories. Linda was kind enough to offer a copy of this audio book for review as I had just finished book 3, so here goes . . . The series has developed a variant of the dragon myth, in conjunction with a romantic fantasy element to provide a well written and entertaining experience. I have primarily read the print versions of the novels prior to this and was keen to experience the audio format too. Forever a Dragon expands the reader's knowledge of the dragons' development, both physical and relational, to enhance the experience. The narrator produced a believable and rounded performance, although I wonder whether a male narrator might have been more believable given that the story was presented from the viewpoint of a male protagonist. Overall, this book was, for me, a satisfying step in my progression through the Dragon Archives, and I am happy to recommend it to fans of the genre. Thanks to Linda and Jo for their creative efforts. I look forward to the next stories in the series