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The forces of Barnabus grow stronger....

Nath Dragon leads Bayzog, Brenwar, and Ben east to the River Cities with hopes of ending the way the Forces of Barnabus control the dragons. But the peaceful River Folk are also controlled by the soldiers of Barnabus, and Nath and company struggle to find allies among them. And what terror lies in the Floating City, the key to it all? Can Nath Dragon find his way in and find a way out again?

Gorlee, the changeling, is sent into The Deep, where he must face a monstrous creature called a triant, named Blatver, to survive. Will Gorlee survive the evil minions of The Deep?

Pilpin, Devliik, and the rest of the dwarves continue their vengeful pursuit of the murderous satyrs, Finlin and Faylan, whose resources have them vastly outnumbered. Are they crafty enough to handle the draykis and hordes of soldiers that would consume them?

Nalzambor needs heroes, and if the heroes fail, the world is doomed....

©2014 Craig Halloran (P)2015 Craig Halloran

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It’s starting to feel repetitive!


I’ve enjoyed this series for the most part but I’m in book 7 of 10 and the story it’s starting to drag.

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Loads of Action, Darkness & Death

My 14 year old has been listening to this series and has really been having a lot of fun listening to this series. The narrator is fun to listen to, does a great job and has good voice differentiation. My son said that this book was full of action, fighting, came off a bit darker and had more death in this book. It was a great continuation and he quickly moved on to book 8.

This has been very clean series with their own made up curse words like "Great Goozon!" The violence hasn't been overly graphic and the romance has been minimal. These are great for the older elementary and middle school readers on up that love dragon, action and adventure stories.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Nath Dragon betrayer may have hope

After Nath woke fom the 25 year hibernation his quest to save Dragons turned into one to slay them. The red flags were there from the begining, he killed Lizard men and stabbed the Iron Dragon in the mouth. I know he was being attacked but I don't hurt my Iguanas if they bite me in the face. in that regards I'm proud that Nath didn't kill the small Dragon that bit his arm. There is still hope in that. only reason being however is that its scales weren't black.Naft has the blackest scales so why is he walking the path of the slayer. 7 books in and his dad hasn't made an appearance. I have a feeling his dad would put a stop to his treason. My only hope for Nath is for him to take his first quest back to save Dragons like in the beginning when he was a saint and a hero.