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Dragon Chameleon: Episodes 1-4

Dragon Chameleon Omnibuses, Book 1
Narrated by: Sean Rhead
Series: Dragon Chameleon, Book 0
Length: 8 hrs and 24 mins
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Summary

Heroes come from unexpected places.

From USA Today bestselling author, Sarah K. L. Wilson, comes an epic tale of a cynical teen and the dragon who teaches him how to be a hero.

Eighteen-year-old Tor is scarred by war and starvation. When he is given a chance to be on of the Dominion’s famed Dragon Riders, he leaps at the chance. But Tor’s dragon and mission are out of the ordinary and to serve them both, he’ll have to learn to be something he’s never aspired to be...a hero.

Can Tor embrace magic, responsibility, and epic quest he’s meant for?

Dragon Chameleon is the epic dragon rider series you don’t want to miss. Combining dramatic dragon battles, breath-taking adventures, magical creations, and heart-pounding suspense, this tale will warm your heart and keep you resisting to pause.

This omnibus edition contains episodes 1-4 of the popular novella series:

  • Dragon Chameleon: Rogue’s Quest It takes a special kind of magic to hide in plain sight. Can Tor handle it?
  • Dragon Chameleon: Paths of Deception It takes a special kind of rogue to spy on the enemy. Is Tor that rogue?
  • Dragon Chameleon: City of Ice What will Tor do when every decision drops him deeper into the fire?
  • Dragon Chameleon: Mist of Power Magic isn’t evil - but is it being used that way?

Binge-listen the series reviewers are calling "just as fun, exciting and special as Dragon School" when you get this audiobook.

©2019 Sarah K. L. Wilson (P)2019 Sarah K. L. Wilson

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fantastic

this story has kept me gripped i love dragons so this suited me no end im looking forward to many more stories

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This book is for you if… juvenile dragon adventures with more bite than Paolini's Eragon but less excitement and thrill than a Rothfuss with a pinch of How to Train Your Dragon. ⤐ Overall. I definitely expected a wild adventure from this audiobook - which, in all honesty, I didn't get. The narration was okay, but I had to look up the actual spelling of the names quite a lot because the pronunciation of the narrator didn't quite fit the medieval image I had of the universe. Characters you laugh with and about. Just my favourite thing in this regard. It was a joy to see Tor grow from a somewhat sexist, self-centred little prick into a decent person who slowly sees to his responsibilities. In general, the characters were diverse and coloured in well. My favourite was the dragon, obviously, which I pictured as a crossover between Saphira from the Eragon series and Toothless. World(-building). That sorta worked out well, probably because the cover contributed to it a great deal. The arch of suspense. Yeah, not so much in the beginning, okay at best. Overall just short of boring, yet entertaining enough so I kept to it, which paid off for sure. The episode form made for many opportunities to keep me on the edge of my seat. ⤐ What’s happening. ‘In life, you are only guaranteed one thing: adventure.’ How much of an adventure his life would become, though, Tor didn't even dare to dream. After wrongfully trusting a dragon rider to take him to dragon school, Tor's life - plagued by hunger and cruelty - takes a drastic turn: he is now the sole executioner of a wild rescue mission, his companion a femal dragon with all the sass. Con: ⇢ dragon doesn't tolerate bad manners ⇢ way more clueless than comfortable to admit ⇢ hunted by the enemy 24/7 Pro: ⇢ daily dose of sass at courtesy of saboraak, chameleon dragon ⇢ sowly able to check in with own emotions ⇢ heckin' awesome allies/i> _____________________ writing quality + easy of reading = 3* pace = 3* plot/story in general = 4* plot development = 3* characters = 4* enjoyability = 3* insightfulness = 2*

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Dragon chameleon audio book 1-4

I have read the books before and have enjoyed being able to listen to it. This audio book obviously starts at the beginning but 4 is not the end of the story so you will want to get the other sets ready so you can find out what happens next. The narration was generally good apart from when you first meet zyla she has a very masculine voice but this does settle down. The story is very good full of danger and mystery of what is happening around Thor. Thor doesn't want to be a hero and just wanted to be a dragon ride but fate seems to have other ideas. Enjoy.... I did

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  • Teresa
  • 11-11-19

Absolutely stunning and it isn't over yet!!

Reviewer: Teresa Fallen Angel Summary: Tor sees himself as anything except a hero. He lives in a city destroyed in a war where his only chance getting out is to go to Dragon Rider school if Hubric, a Dragon Rider, ever returns. When things look the worse for Tor, Hubric arrives saving Tor, but plans have changed giving Tor his chance, but only if he binds himself to Hubric as his apprentice and to an unknown dragon Saboraak. Taking a leap of faith binds Tor and Saboraak’s lives and fates together as their new life begins. Their adventure takes them on a perilous journey where magic and danger abound, but where it will end who knows. Tor may learn that a being a hero isn’t what he thinks. This was a wild ride form the very beginning and where it will lead the reader is yet unknown. I will be waiting to see how it all ends up. The story was brought to life through the narration of Sean Rhead.

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  • Katie
  • 26-05-20

Dragon Chameleon

I really enjoyed the first set of the Dragon Chameleon episodes. This takes place after Dragon School and builds on to the story of some characters we met in that series. We have been introduced to a female dragon now who has a great snarky personality and has the ability to change colors and shape, the chameleon. In this series we are again visiting new worlds that the author does a fabulous job of creating.

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  • Georgia McNabb
  • 16-05-20

A Definite Page Turner

The Main Character is a Street rouge who though he will deny it is a softy at heart. He with the others he slowly accumulates get into more and more Trouble & Mischief. He seems to have funominol luck and comes through scrapes and near death outcomes barely surviving. Male Narrator is good, but the female voicing is to masculine to really come across as a Female so disruptive to flow of story. This is a Audible book 1-4 and I can not wait to start the next batch!!

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  • JS
  • 16-05-20

Dragons Magic Friendship!

I am a huge fan of Sarah K.L.Wilson, all her books are entertaining, adventurous, with special friendships. Dragon Chameleon is no different. From the start of the book, there is action and adventure. With every chapter, it captures your attention and keeps it. This book is in the same world as her Dragon School books. I am new to the audible world, I have to say the narrator did an amazing job!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 14-04-20

Good overall- better story as time went by

The main character tends to make sexism remarks at the beginning but has a good character development. He also tends to get into and out of situations by luck which is part of his character. Narrator has a soothing voice for the main character and narration but initially has some trouble with female voices as the narrator's voice is deep. Would do to be partnered with a female narrator.

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  • kixfan
  • 28-10-19

Great series!

Awesome opening set to the Dragon Chameleon series. Took awhile to warm up to Tor but I really like him. Highly recommended!

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  • Izzybear1
  • 21-10-19

Exciting Adventure

Dragon Chameleon takes the reader on an exciting adventure. The pages of this tale are rich with imagination. The author has wonderful world building skills. Possessing the ability to almost magically bring the story to life with her descriptive language. I could definitely see sharing this story with my child when older. I can’t wait to listen to more.

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  • Laura
  • 11-10-19

Dragons!

I like to think of this as a dragon mission on steroids! I enjoyed the story and the premise of it and I liked the MC. I liked the monologue between the rider and dragon. Their shenanigans were great and had me laughing. At times I felt like the MC whined a lot and it became a bit annoying. I listened to the audiobook and unfortunately I didn’t like his voice. It was a too nasally for me. He did a great job narrating the story though.

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  • S. Cole
  • 10-10-19

Dragons!

I really enjoyed listening to this part of the serial set. I like the banter between Tor and his dragon. This was fun to listen and easy to follow the story. Can't wait for the next set.

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  • Amanda
  • 04-10-19

Loved dragons!!!

Tor is recruited for a mission instead of going to dragon school. He meets his dragon Saborak, and from the start they banter back and fourth and she loved to call him out. I found the antics between them great and laughed out many times. All the characters grow together l, and developed fun relationship. The loved the first four books, ready to continue with the series.