WarMage: Dragon Rider Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Not even William Moss knows how to train magical dragons. Can he trust that Raven will know what to do? But the Consortium has secrets they need to keep, adding a dangerous wrinkle. Can Raven convince Lomberdoon to accept magic’s new terms? Or will the Guardians balance the deadly scales? The mistakes mages and humans made centuries ago must never be repeated. Raven and Leander, with their friends by their side, will see to it.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 42 minutes|
|Author||Martha Carr, Michael Anderle|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||March 30, 2021|
|Publisher||Dreamscape Media, LLC|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #81,089 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#328 in Dragon & Mythical Creatures Fantasy
#1,120 in Dragons & Mythical Creatures Fantasy (Books)
#1,314 in Urban Fantasy
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What it doesn’t have (thank God) is vampires, werewolves, “crusty” bread or “snark” used as a noun, verb or in its adjective form on every other page.
Some cavils: 1.) The author apparently doesn’t realize that “smirk” is a form of smile. Specifically “to smile in a smug or condescending way” [Miriam Webster Dictionary]. Not every smile is a smirk. Nobody in these eight volumes ever smiles or grins; they always smirk and they do it on nearly every page. Drinking game: buy a 1.75 liter bottle of something good and do a shot every time someone smirks. Divide it up by gender or even character if you don’t want to get knee walking drunk. You’ll still get a significant buzz. 2.) Nobody just eats, bites or swallows. Everything is finger food. No silverware, “She/he [transitive verb] [specified food] into her/his mouth”. For a non-alcoholic game, start a list of how many ways there are to get food into one’s mouth. 3.) Rolls are always “steaming” though no baker has watched a roll steam out of the oven.
Despite these annoyances, the books are entertaining. They must be: I binge read them all. As young mages in school, they’re not up to J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series or even Christopher Nuttall’s Schooled in Magic series, but they keep they manage to keep you reading. At $4.99 for a day’s reading, they are an inexpensive time waster.
At first, i thought that this was going to be another 'teen goes to magic school' wannabe. I should've known better.
This series was full of wonder, beauty, drama, excitement,and humanity. Humanity in all of its glory and ugliness.
I caught myself being attacked,several times in each book,by those sneaky,invisible,onion wielding ninjas. Yes, i cried. I also laughed, stayed up way too late too many times just to finish 'the next page, the next chapter,the book'.
I'd love to read a series about Mages Alby and Chase and all of their friends set after they graduate.
I liked this and would liked to read more. Second year is coming up.
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Please consider addinfg more to this fantastic. Series!!