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The Unborn Hero of Dragon Village

Narrated by: Mark Sanderlin
Length: 8 hrs and 27 mins
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Everything changed forever for 12-year-old Theo the day fire and ice erupt from the sky. He discovers that dragons are real when Lamia, a three-headed monster, kidnaps his sister. A witch and a talking magpie help him open the portal to Dragon Village, a land he knows only from myth and a place filled with terrifying creatures. A young woodland nymph befriends him when he arrives.

He must learn to trust his instincts as he searches for a way to defeat Lamia before the dragon sacrifices his sister. In his journey, he uncovers secrets that reveal that only he can save the mystical land.

In this audiobook, you will discover some of the terrifying creatures from Bulgarian and Slavic mythology. Some you may know by other names: Samodivi are Veelas from Harry Potter fame, but in this audiobook they're depicted as supernatural creatures of the forest. Baba Yaga, harpies, and other creatures find their way into these pages, as well as, the dreaded lamia.

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Captivating story!

Such a great book! I love the mythology that's incorporated into it, and there are a bunch of twists and turns to the story that kept surprising me. The narrator is great as well and does some really fun characters. I hope there's a sequel!

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  • dmaxi
  • 03-12-19

Loads of Action but Disappointing overall

Disappointing, clunky plot, minimal character development. I suspect this was really written by a teenage boy, the son of named author perhaps, who grew up hearing these wonderful stories of Thracian and Slavic mythology. But I say teenage because there's very little understanding of how people really interact. Plus, I suspect the story is a Mary-Sue.