Tegan, fresh from accomplishing her mission, has to deal with a new pet, err, companion named Serico. But before she can deal with that problem, a new one arises. Her guild master, Haz, wants her to deliver the ruby to its true owner, the guild master of the mages: none other than Grand Mage Archibald Fizzlebean. But even simple tasks can be daunting.
Would you consider the audio edition of The Eye of Mezitlan to be better than the print version?
I have not read the print version of this John DeJordy book, but the audio is very nicely voiced by the narrator, Cat Lookabaugh.
Who was your favorite character and why?
The characters of Tegan and Serico, the dragon, are in constant relationship throughout the story. I don't believe you can separate them, or that they would stand alone in this tale. Tegan and Serico are now a team of sorts, bonded to each other, as they quest for the Eye of Mezitlan. Their conversations and antics are enjoyable throughout the story.
Have you listened to any of Cat Lookabaugh’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I listened to the first book in this series, also narrated by Cat Lookabaugh. She's a wonderful narrator who brings her story's characters to life through her engaging narration! She keeps the listener involved with the story and her energy as a narrator is felt throughout the work. She truly brings the story to life.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
A tale of this kind is not typically a favorite choice I would make, but this narration made the book interesting and fun.
Any additional comments?
Be sure to listen to the first book in the series so you are familiar with the characters and how this all began!
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