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How much is an act of betrayal worth? Worth the price of a soul?

Dhamon Grimwulf and his band of mercenaries greedily eye a long-forgotten treasure concealed beneath a grassy plain. Legends promise riches too numerous to count, wealth too grand to be believed. But in a shifting world of secrets and deception, such fortune comes at a high price, higher even than the searing agony Dhamon suffers under the curse of a dragon's scale.

High enough to cost Dhamon his life.

The audio version of the sequel to Downfall, the first book of the Dhamon Saga, Betrayal continues the adventures of characters featured in the USA Today best-selling Dragons of a New Age trilogy.

©2002 Wizards of the Coast LLC (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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I liked the 1st book, but I'm not sure I like where the story is heading. I can't wait to find out though. So, on to book 3: Redemption.

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this book has more than a few twists and surprises! I was shocked at moments, and appreciative of the clever writing.

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excellent reader, terrible book

I knew this was going to be terrible based upon other reviews and also from listening to the first book in the series. the performance was actually pretty good. I only listened to this because my goal is to make it through the main dragonlance story line. the book is all action that is completely unbelievable with zero character development.