Nath Dragon triumphed over his greatest foe, Gorn Grattack, bringing peace and order back to the world of Nalzambor...mostly. Now, bored with ruling from the dragon throne, Nath and his dwarven comrade Brenwar Bolderguild, set out to solve one of the greatest mysteries of all. Who and where is Nath's mother? Does she even exist? Is she imprisoned?
Finding themselves neck deep in a battle with the wurmers, Nath and company seek the vanquish Nalzambor's greatest threat, the Titans. Eckubahn, the Titan will stop at nothing to destroy the dragons and take over mankind.
After a harrowing escape from Urslay, the city of giants, Nath, Brenwar, and Selene find themselves in the sanctuary of the Elven Field of Dreams. The solitude and peace in the lush land offers refreshing waters but that does not last long. The wilder elves, guardians of the sanctuary, take Nath and company prisoner as he stands accused of murder.
The ruthless titans begin to put the squeeze on the people of Nalzambor in their search for Nath Dragon and his father Balzurth. Eckubahn, the titan king and ruler of the giants will stop at nothing to destroy the both of them. In his stead Eckubahn employs Rybeck, a cunning warrior with a deep grudge against Nath Dragon.
Nath Dragon's father, Balzurth, has disappeared and delivered himself into the hands the titan leader, Eckubahn.
Note: This incredible set of adventures is appropriate for listeners of all ages and does not include any foul language or sexual content. Also some background music and sounds effects have been added to enhance the listening experience.
©2016 Craig Halloran (P)2016 Craig Halloran
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"Why are the Bravest always the Stupidest?"
This book starts off where the last one ended; with Neth becoming a mighty dragon! If you are a fan of the fantasy genre, or are looking to inspire your children into becoming fantasy addicts, this book is for you! It has the feel of being forged from the table top, and Lee Alan's voices and sound effects are entertaining and delightful.
This book is a classic fantasy epic, fraught with metaphor. I highly recommend it to people who love the genre.
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