Hammer and Axe

Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, Book 2
Narrated by: Allen O'Reilly
Series: Dwarven Nations, Book 2
Length: 8 hrs and 6 mins
4.4 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The humans of Ergoth continue to encroach upon Thorbardin, but the worst threat to the dwarven fortress comes from a mysterious fog-beast and a covetous wizard. A Cobar, a kender, and a giant raptor add to the confusion as the dwarves are faced with wizards who command not only the forces of magic but thousands of mercenaries as well. And, unknown to the dwarves who valiantly fight the invaders, the beast has already claimed Thorbardin as its own.

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Its Dwarf not Dorf

I'm really liking the 3 books but the narrator calling them Dorfs is like nails on a blackboard

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Love the dwarven saga, but bad narration.

Good story. Terrible narrator. Allen O'Reilly has an odd way of speaking, that sounds like a bad and broken cell phone conversation. He inserts pauses mid-sentence, and doesn't pause when it's necessary. the result is a cadence that is annoying to listen to and takes you out of the story repeatedly.

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Well done

This book is not a masterpiece. But it is well done. I in fact think it is a bit better than book 1. If you like Dragonlance book you will likely enjoy this book.