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Summary

Orochi, the king of the dragons, has ordered his brothers and sisters to destroy humanity. It falls to a young hero to assemble a team and stop the dragons' rampage. It falls to the Century Blade.

This is a short story set in the world of the award-winning Mortal Techniques. It is designed to be listened to as a stand-alone story, completely independent from the full-length novels set in the same world.

©2021 Rob J. Hayes (P)2021 Rob J. Hayes

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  • 30-11-21

Quick Funny Tale

I used a credit on this tiny story on accident. I saw it pop up as a recommendation, and since I had listened to the other two books in this series, I clicked on purchase without realizing it was only 45 minutes long. I was going to return it so as not to waste a credit on a story so short, but decided to go ahead and give it a listen. The story itself was very enjoyable despite it's length. While the other books in this series have some humor in them, it's clear from the beginning that humor will be the leading theme of this story, complete with goat sounds. Kim Bretton's narration was wonderful as always.

Not sure if this is worth a full credit being how short it is, but I have to say I did enjoy it.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 30-11-21

Loved it! Writer and Narrator THE BEST!

My favourite genre, a brilliant writer, a narrator unequaled - just pure joy and a perfect addition to my Rob Hayes library.