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The Thunderbird Queen

The Fire Queen's Apprentice, Book Two
Narrated by: Caitlin Kelly
Series: The Fire Queen's Apprentice, Book 2
Length: 11 hrs and 21 mins
Categories: Teens, Sci-Fi & Fantasy
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A dangerous magic swells across the land. But who is controlling it?

Tamri is finally free of the oath bond and apprenticed to the Fire Queen. Their first task: figure out how to seal up the newly unleashed Lightning. The treacherous substance is spreading, affecting the dragons, the Wielders, and Tamri herself - not that she’ll admit it.

With unfinished business back home, Tamri travels to Pendark to rescue her grandmother. But she’ll get more than she bargained for when she comes face to face with her grandmother’s captor, who wants the Lightning for himself. Saving Gramma Teall could condemn the rest of the continent.

Meanwhile, vicious thunderbirds attack the mainland. Someone is using Lightning to control the magical creatures. Tamri must discover their identity before everyone she loves perishes beneath the swarm.

©2019 Jordan Rivet (P)2019 Jordan Rivet

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great character and story!

Reading the audiobook was as good as, if not better than reading it. Rivet has found the perfect narrator to bring her characters alive. The narrator really nailed the red lady. She also always paused at just the right moment to raise the anti.

You know though, listening to it made me really think about the story. Unlike duel of fire, where Siv and Dara Literally spark of each other, Tamri and Heath are a bit boring on comparison. Not to say Heath isn't good.

At the end of the day, you want to come home to stable supportive Heath like characters. But putting that into book farm is harder to enjoy where you want sparks and action in your romance.

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Just as great as the first

Ok, I loved the first book so much, and this second book did not disappoint! I had already fallen in love with both the main characters in book one, but the development of their stories and backgrounds was so flawlessly executed and made my heart so happy. They developed and changed, but so effortlessly. The plot was fast moving, the action was expressive and exciting, the characters were compelling and engaging and the setting was so gorgeously described I could completely visualize it in my head. I'm also super picky about narrators, but I loved the narration for this series. I also absolutely love Jordan Rivet's writing style. It's easy to get wrapped up and then realize you've been listening for hours! The story never gets dull, and incorporated thunderbirds, dragons, and all the other things we loved about book one, with additional characters and problems that our favorite people must come to terms with. I also loved learning more about the Dragon's power! All together a complete success and I just want more. I received this book in exchange for an honest review.