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Once upon a time, there was a dragon...

Take one newly trained Fire Mage. Make him the first (sane) Fire Mage that's been born in the past two hundred years. Have him leave home and venture into the Empire of Sol.

Add one powerful, curious, fire-eating dragon.

Fire Mage Haikrysen never imagined that he would be adopted out of the blue by a dragon. But then, he never thought he'd find a permanent home in the northern section of Sol, working as a firefighter either. Still, he likes his new home and adores his dragon companion - even if she does hoard jewelry and eats whole sheep for breakfast.

But his peaceful days end abruptly when an arsonist starts torching the eastern section of the empire, his attacks becoming progressively bigger and faster. It's beginning to look like he's another insane Fire Mage on the loose.

Krys, Kaya, and his partner Mari are sent to investigate, but they have no idea what the aim of the arsonist is, and very little knowledge of the man. Desperate, the three of them race against time to catch the madman before he burns a path across the whole empire, and everyone in it.

Dragon's Mage by Honor Raconteur, set in the Advent Mage world, features the returning character of Haikrysen, the first real Fire Mage of his generation.

©2013 Honor Raconteur (P)2015 Honor Raconteur

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a very funny book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes, a very funny and interesting story . It keeped me going through out the whole story

What did you like best about this story?

The book had me laughing through out the book.

What about Mark McClain Wilson’s performance did you like?

The plot was well written.

3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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Just as good as the rest of the series or better

It kept me laughing or smiling almost the entire book. I love this author and her ability too make me happy one moment and almost crying the next. Usualy if an author switch protagonist mid series i quit it altogether, But i loved Krys, Mari and Kaya. So if you liked any of her other books this one is worth the money. I think the sequel to this book Will focus on the two young earth and life mages (forgot their name) but the series have dropped hints about it So i cant wait.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Earth Magery

I wonder what the next book will be maybe you should make lines like lay lines for the air fire and water plus earth can create fire plants create air so doesn't that mean Garth has more than earth ability plus when you rub certain materials together it makes electricity so a earth mage can influence a lot more than earth.

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Move over Mercedes!

A rollicking tale of a young male Mage who interacts with the real world of finding a job, paperwork, an attraction to one of the opposite sex, learning the nonrules of courtship, and firstly, having a favor the size of a house that breaches fire all done in modern day language. It's well written but more appropriate for the 12 thru 14 reader than for these old, jaded appetites. It's a good book for the road trip with the kids. No one is embarrassed and the story will hold everyone's interest. M. M. Wilson does a very credible job with the story.

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not like the others

the hole book was rather slow and very predictably done it just felt a little forst but that not to say I don't want a nother one following a nother thos one was just to slow for me

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