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Before he can be seen as a man, young Eindride must face the ultimate trial: Stealing from a dragon's hoard. Most return men, only slightly injured, but a few, including Eindride's cousin, have disappeared during the trial. Will Eindride make it back alive?

©2015 J.L. Zenor (P)2016 J.L. Zenor

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Exciting sword and dragon adventures!

If you could sum up Rite of Passage in three words, what would they be?

Exciting dragon slaying

What other book might you compare Rite of Passage to and why?

The Last Dragonslayer &, Dragon Slayer series of books

Which character – as performed by Kevin Theis – was your favorite?

The father character, he had a great accent.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It was a "on the edge of your chair" exciting kind of reation.

Any additional comments?

A short & fun dragon slaying adventure with superb narration. I really enjoyed it a lot.

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Great short story with a twist

Rite of passage was a great short story. The only problem is I was left wanting more, but I guess that isn't a problem. The narrator has a deep full voice which is perfect for this Celtic themed book. Dragons and coming of age with a twist. Definitely worth a read... or two.