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DragonMan: Descendants of Man

Narrated by: Ian A. Miller
Series: DragonMan, Book 4
Length: 7 hrs and 27 mins
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Summary

American Ted Lazaris is an Amazon best-selling author with eight best sellers to his name so far, including DragonMan: The Adventures of Luke Starr, DragonMan: The Poseidon Encounter, DragonMan: Face of the Unknown, DragonMan: Descendants of Man, DragonMan: Unfathomable, DragonMan: Experiment in Terror, DragonMan: The Awakening, and DragonMan: The 13th Sign.

Foreword for DragonMan: Descendants of Man is by Kya Garwood (pro-labs.imdb.com/name/nm2167935 and http://24.wikia.com/wiki/Kya_Garwood). Actress Kya Garwood is also known for roles in films such as Into The Woods, National Treasure, and Dark Shadows. Kya will play Jenny Anderson in our DragonMan feature films, including this new one that will also be developed into a feature by ThunderBall.

Why did the Anunnaki come here? Did they create human hybrids? What is their plan for Earth? And for us, the human hybrids? Why did some like the original humans (Bigfoot) resist?

Will we survive; what is yet to come? Those who look for the truth already know; those who fail to search are lost; but those with an open mind will soon come to know...The Descendants of Man.

Much of the information that was obtained to create this story is believed to be true by many people around the world. Fact or fiction? You decide.

©2015 Ted Lazaris (P)2018 Ted Lazaris

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Descendant of man

This was a good book to listen to. You really have to pay attention to what's going on in this story. I wish the narrator's work is better.

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great book

when phenomenons like crop circles, spirits are a mystery in real everyday life.
did not like the narrater to much remain me of head teacher telling me off
sorry to say change narrater then you would have 10/10 book could be me

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Narration needs to be re-thought

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

The Book

There were some interesting idea's but nothing that blew me away. My main issue (as with Unfathomable in this series) was the narration, this surprised me as it's different narrators and i'd have thought the chance of getting two bad narrators in the same series should be unlikely. Didn't finish due to this.

The Production

The narrators accent was an odd one and he had an odd way of reading, I think it was an Australian/New Zealand accent and it really didn't fit in with the americanised text and his style didn't fit the subject matter. Also when saying the female characters name 'Tara' sounds like saying 'Terror' this isn't great for a narrated story. I know it's how the accent is but this should be considered when hiring people and caught in any QA.

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  • Deedra
  • 28-12-18

DragonMan:Descendants

This is well written.I imagine it is aimed at a younger audience than me.I just could not get into it.Ian A Miller was a fine narrator.I was given this book by the narrator,author or publisher free for an honest review.

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  • Tyler Mitchell
  • 15-11-18

Not as much fun :/

I received this audio book and another, by this author, for a review.

This was a bit of a rough listen for me. I didn't care for the dialogue between characters, everything seemed padded to add more time to the book. It seems like a small complaint but it got so bad I had to take a break from the book.

Like the other book I listened to, this one seemed like a movie/show converted to a book, but this one didn't have the fun of a late night monster movie, and was 3-4 times as long. So it just seemed to drag on.

Low marks on the audio because the recording has some cell phone notification sounds that didn't get taken out, that's just sloppy work :/. The narrator sounded decent, but to not proof listen to the work...

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  • 2Heathens
  • 10-11-18

Story was okay but the narrator was brutal.

I was given this audiobook in exchange for a fair and unbiased review.

First off the narrator was awful. It was as if I put my GPS on British male and asked it to read this book. Second, the dialog between characters is shallow, even for a YA audience. There is little character development created from the dialog and it didn't feel conversational, The story itself is decent and has promise, but between the narrator and dialog, it made finishing this book impossible, which is highly unusual for me. I am considering finishing the book on Kindle, which speaks to how I felt about the story. I think I could get past the weakness in the dialog if I did not have to listen to the narrator.

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  • TU
  • 08-11-18

kind of apathetic towards this one

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

So, I'll start by disclosing that I have begun this series with this book. What I do not understand about this series is the order they have been released. Book 1 just came out. Book 2 is not available on Audible. Book 3 came out in 2013. Then book 5 and now book 4 (this book). The synopsis for this book is rather convoluted and strange. The main character is supposed to be an American, and the setting is America(ish) but the narrator is either Austrailian or a New Zealander. This was an odd choice. It isn't that he does a terrible job on the narration, but it just caused me to feel sort of disconnected to the story. I get the feeling that each book may be a standalone and "DragonMan" is just the universe these stories are set in, but I'm honestly not sure. All in all, I felt a bit apathetic towards this book. I'm interested enough that I will try another book in the series, but that is about it.

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  • KD
  • 02-11-18

Needs some work

I think there are good ideas. But the execution, story and dialogue need work.I think theres a good book in here somewhere.

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  • Steven K
  • 16-10-18

OK

The story wasn’t bad. Interesting plot. Not a fan of a British narrator on this one though. Dialogue could have been a little deeper. All in all it was an ok listen. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.