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Sands of a Millennium

Narrated by: Charlotte Cartlidge
Series: The Dragonspawn Saga, Book 4
Length: 6 hrs and 23 mins
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The Dragonspawn saga - audiobook four of five.

A thousand years in the past, Chelsey and Damien have freed Giselle and Gaddeon from Moorlange's evil curse. It is soon discovered their journey is not over and that they, along with the reunited lovers, must face the vile wizard one last time, together, to put an end to his malevolence. 

The strain of the confrontation takes its toll, especially on Giselle; months pass, and a new dragonchild is born. In the present, Neva, Quinn, and Malcolm await the travelers return amid their own growing fears and the threat of catastrophic war. 

Will Chelsey and Damien safely return from their 10-month journey? What will they find when they return? Is the malevolence truly vanquished? And what of the dragons?

©2015 G. W. Steen (P)2018 G. W. Steen

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2 time lines

This story is a great story part of a wonderful series. The story takes us to 2 times and we understand a lot of things. It was a very good book to listen to. The narrator was very good and I loved it.

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Fascinating and intriguing...

Part four of five, the perilous journey continues as the story transfers back and forth between the past to the present, giving the reader a two-tiered image ... of the paralleling mystery and adventure in two time periods, separated by a millennium. The author pulls off the storyline and follows each with unfaltering enthusiasm. The narrator never was on top of each character, a definite feat in an epic with so many characters. Well done, the ending should be worth waiting for.