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Summary

The orc plague has spread across the land, routing the dwarf clans from their ancestral home. The dwarves must turn to the dragon riders for help, hoping to reclaim Mount Velik and save the clans. Untold lives are at stake. Are the dragon riders strong enough to lift off the spirit of death from Mount Velik, and defeat the evil that lies within those ancient caverns, or will they all be destroyed?

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Disappointed with the change of narrator.

Would you listen to Kathir's Redemption again? Why?

Having listens and read all of the five books before this one and really enjoyed them, I was very disappointed with the change of narrator. I didn't feel that Paul Woodson was as good as Adam Chase at the portraying the characters. His bad accents were really off-putting.

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  • 10-07-16

Enjoyable read

While i enjoyed the entire series i truly enjoyed the narration. Paul Woodson does a very good job of bringing the characters to life. Of course it does help that Kristian Alva has given Paul some great material to work with. Well worth the price of admission.