Champions of the Dawning Dragons
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(4.6 based on 143 ratings)
  • 1
    Thornbear: Champions of the Dawning Dragons, Book 1 | Michael G. Manning

    Thornbear: Champions of the Dawning Dragons, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Michael G. Manning
    • Narrated By Derek Perkins
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (92)
    Performance
    (85)
    Story
    (85)

    Gram lives in the long shadow cast by his father, the latehero, Dorian Thornbear. Struggling to find his place in a world where politics and wizardry appear to have replaced the need for men of might and main, he must make his own mark. Trapped within the seemingly safe confines of Castle Cameron, Gram faces both love and tragedy. His choices will define not only himself, but serve to remind others of his family's legacy, and the reason only a fool threatens those a Thornbear protects.

    Can't wait for the next book

    A brilliant listen from beginning to end. well written and brilliantly performed by Derek Perkins, may just have to buy some credits so I can listen t..Show More »

    Reviewed on 22 June 2017 by S ()
  • 2
    Centyr Dominance: Champions of the Dawning Dragons, Book 2 | Michael G. Manning

    Centyr Dominance: Champions of the Dawning Dragons, Book 2

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 1 min)
    • By Michael G. Manning
    • Narrated By Derek Perkins
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (51)
    Performance
    (47)
    Story
    (48)

    Moira Illeniel was the name she lived by, but her true heritage was more complicated than that. From birth she was the secretly adopted daughter of the most powerful wizard in the world, but few knew that her true birthright came from the Centyr lineage. Traveling to Dunbar to discover the fate of her vanished father, Moira must face the darker aspects of her power. Forced to fight a foe unlike anything seen before in Lothion, she will learn the reason for the warnings her mother's shade gave her.

    Too much battle

    Continuing from the previous book this 2nd part starts well. However, they are too many battles and the author describes every detail and it was borin..Show More »

    Reviewed on 20 January 2017 by Pablo ()