The Uncommon Rider Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The first dragonrider in over a hundred years has been born...and it’s a girl. Never before has a female been chosen to ride a dragon.
The Elite, a guild comprised exclusively of dragonriders, is dead according to most. No one has seen a rider in decades. The problems they used to fight overwhelm the world. Dragons are thought to be near extinction.
However, the Elite aren’t dead...It’s just that a bunch of crusty old men who do nothing that benefits the world at large are easy to mistake as useless corpses.
Sophia Beaufont is about to change all of that.
When the dragon egg that magnetized to her hatches, it sets Sophia on a new course. The Elite are immediately notified. She’s expected to train, defend, and fight.
Sophia is ready to conquer evil, as the dragon riders should have been doing for centuries. However, the Elite have been turning a blind eye, allowing the world to be overrun by criminals.
That’s all about to change. S. Beaufont isn’t a girl who will be told to sit down and relax when a war is brewing that only a dragonrider can extinguish.
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|Listening Length||13 hours and 47 minutes|
|Author||Sarah Noffke, Michael Anderle|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 29, 2020|
|Publisher||Dreamscape Media, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #80,109 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#1,317 in Urban Fantasy
#2,260 in Paranormal Fantasy
#14,454 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Books)
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To my surprise and joy this story did not have many of the flaws. Is a fairly well-written tale with the usual plucky teen girl who's entirely too competent, but who never quite feels like a complete Mary Sue. The supporting cast is not great, but they helped this story move along as we get the tale of a girl and her dragon and their introduction to a fantastical world.
Overall, this was a very good tale and I picked up book 2 as soon as I finished book 1. Its worth the read.
At this point I found out that her younger sister would be in a new series, and they be Dragons! Far out!
I pre ordered the book and it showed up a couple of days ago. I was reading an old favorite so I finished that book first.
This book flat out kicks ass!!! You can tell how much of yourself you put in this story. I have two friends who are always asking about "What you reading now? I wish I had time to read" my usual response is yeah, and I wish I could walk. This year some of my friends are getting Fire tablets pre-order with some of my personal favorites, this book will be on that list. Keep them coming. It's getting cold, and my chair will not go in the snow.
Hope you made it through the fires unscathed
I finally figured out why I can't get into this book. I expected the story to start at the "CRACK". From the last sentence from Liv's series. Instead I get boring non Sophie pages.
I really enjoy having Liv in the pages I managed to read.
At the current rate I'm reading this book, it will be Easter 2021. I'm barely able to 5 to 10 pages a day, the storyline is so bad/boring. I'm not able to get into the book, it doesn't take hold of my curiosity/imagination and force me to look forward to the next page(s).
Top reviews from other countries
I like the fact that these books have some of the same characters in as the Liv ones.
The author has a great way of writing humour into the book which I think is a joy to read based on the relationship with Sophia and Lunis.
I’m on the second book in the set and am not yet disappointed.
This shows Sophia and Linus going through the tail end of Adolescents to growth as young adults. We see them grow through their partnership and starts to complete missions together to finally going through a big mission is to find the Mother Earth.
We also see Sophia compete in a male dominated world as regards to Dragon riding and particular their Leader Who doesn’t know what to do with Sophia.