Magic Is to Fly

Magic Is to Be, Book 2
Narrated by: Mary Ann Weathers
Series: Magic is to Be, Book 2
Length: 4 hrs and 10 mins
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Finally, Rhiannen is old enough to befriend a newly hatched dragonet. Her future path in dragon racing spans bright and exciting before her.  

But life has a knack for not going as planned. A hawk attacks her family farm and carries Rhiannen far from the haven. Instead of preparing for dragon riding, she has to find a way to survive a vast wilderness full of predators that see her as bite-sized and tasty.

When she finds a dragon nest, she's given the hope of befriending a wild dragonet to train and return home with. But the answer is hardly that simple as mischievous fate twists her plans again and again....

©2018 A. J. Bakke (P)2018 A. J. Bakke

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The revolution has been postponed

Those who have read book one should know that the revolution has been postponed.

This book is about a young woman who dreams of being a dragon rider. A good chunk of the book is about her surviving in the wilderness. So those who like survival adventure stories should check it out.

This installment almost feels like a stand alone except that the events of book one are referenced and community opinions of mages are divided. Book three should be good.

On the performance: I am now a fan of this narrator. Her voice work for characters is distinct enough that I recognized who was speaking by the voice. And her diction was such that I very had to guess what she was saying. I also felt as though she honestly enjoyed the story she was reading.