Champion of the Titan Games: Dragonwatch, Book 4 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
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The war against dragons intensifies. Will Kendra and Seth find the help they desperately need from the Giant Queen?
This fourth book in a five-book series leaves the underwater dragon preserve of Crescent Lagoon for a gladiator-style arena at Titan Valley - the magical realm of towering giants and enslaved dragons. Our two young heroes have never felt so small or faced a challenge so...giant!
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|Listening Length||15 hours and 2 minutes|
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|Audible.com Release Date||October 13, 2020|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #6,329 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#126 in Fantasy & Magic for Children
#609 in Children's Fantasy & Magic Books
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This book also did what I don't think any of the others have done yet: dove into really deep territory with a major character. Seth has an incredible character arc here that is ASTOUNDING. I love Kenda, but she is so good and pure and has been from the start that her character arc has been building good on good. Cool to watch, but not heart-wrenching. Seth in this book--dang. He's a disaster child, but in the best way possible. He's always been my favorite, because I love snarky brats, and I was so glad when he finally became IMPORTANT to the plot and not just an errand boy collecting items for Kendra. This book finally gave him some time to shine. Seth's arc in this book is a series of highs and lows and then literal disasters, and it's BEAUTIFUL to read. Props to Mull for the journey.
Side note: I LOVE THE WRAITHS. Is that weird? Lampy, Salty, Whiner--I love them. I love how Seth associates with the undead, too. Honestly, I even started feeling sympathetic towards the undead. They go crazy, Seth talks to them, and there's always that stillness followed by the comment, "You hear me?" Like they've spent so long suffering, being unheard, and it's a shock when Seth actually listens. Whenever Seth throws out an "I hear you," it tugged at my heartstrings. Stupid undead things getting silly names that make me laugh so I fall in love with them.
Highly recommend, and I can't WAIT for the next book. Come on, Seth!! You got this!!
To sum up, excellent book with interesting storytelling decisions and one of the best books yet.
Top reviews from other countries
There really does need to be a Movie deal for the Fablehaven and Dragonwatch series. This I feel is the next big thing after Harry Potter. And in comparison it is far more imaginative, far more unique and far more magical. The storyline for both Fablehaven and Dragonwatch series in my opinion is easy to follow, it makes sense and yet at the same time it is completely unpredictable! I feel the series is for everyone of all ages - young children, teens and adults to comprehend and enjoy. There does need to be a movie deal on these books already, and there will definitely need to be a very careful selection of the Director as they will need to direct movie versions to have my imagination beat! I want this in live action now!
And Seth is my favourite Character!
Espero con el corazón en la mano que se edite una versión en español.