Placed by the hands of a god into the womb of Dragoloth's royal family, Pharun has struggled all his life to prove that he is worthy to inherit the throne. But now the throne sits empty, with more than one candidate vying for its seat. Violence erupts, and corruption is unearthed as a game of gods and thrones threatens to make the greatest empire in the world crumble. All Pharun ever wanted was to prove he was a worthy son. Now he has to prove himself a worthy king.
I listened to this audio book for 9 hours and had to stop, primarily because of the narrator, and secondarily because of the story. The narrator is atrocious. He reminded me of a teacher reading in front of the class and all of his/her character voices sound like they are yelling their dialogue. As for the story, I just couldn't relate, or even care about, any of the characters. Also, this audio book is about vampires, not dragons. The book cover and name made me think it was about dragons. Don't waste a credit on this one. There are too many good audio books out there worthy of your time.
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