Stormfall is a dragon born with a coat the color of a starry night. When a violent storm strikes his island aerie, he is carried on hurricane winds into the complicated and sometimes cruel world of men. There, his journey takes him from fisher dragon to farmer, pit-fighting dragon to warrior, each step leading him closer to a remarkable destiny. But war is coming to the land of Remus, and with it a crossroads for the Night Dragon and the young soul-boy he allows on his back. How far is Stormfall willing to go in a war that is not his own?
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"Awesome!! Original story line! Made my top 5"
Written from a dragons point of view. I finished it in a day and a half.
"I f***ing loved it"
My kids will be listening to this story again and again. They love dragons as it is and this was such a good story my wife and I can enjoy it too.
A well imagined world populated by interesting characters, reflective of the world we live in, but very different. I enjoyed it tremendously and would have liked to have had the final years in the wild fleshed out more.
First 'person', being the dragon, excellent story line, very well narrated. Adventure, love & sadness but well done!!
"absolutely enthralling "
I love Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings. But this book is the best book and reading performance I have ever listened to.
"full of adventure and life. great book"
I loved it. such a well told story. it makes you feel like a dragon and want to be one. it's also sad and therefore a true story. it speaks to the soul
"This dragon's for real"
This is one of those books that's made for audio format. I was immersed in this imagined world of dragons and sticks (people). The lyricism that John Lee draws out in every sentence is just great - really a beautiful story of love and loss and everything in between. And lots of dragons! Highly recommended.
"Dragon story in the first person."
Found this a very interesting rendition of a dragon story. worth listening to or reading
"Great book with a great reader"
This was the first time that I can remember experiencing a dragon from a book. I kinda took a chance with my credit; I'm glad I did. This book was written well and is interesting throughout. Also, the reader is perfect as a dragon narrator telling his story, and does a great job with the other characters. Given it's violent and harsh nature as well as an absence of sappy Jar-Jar characters, I would say this is not a book for young children. Actually, I was glad to discover that. It was a really fun story!
"amazing, poetic, and downright beautiful"
the writing is poetic and amazing and the story is beautiful, but it the writing can be a little bit winding
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