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The Dragon God Saga: The Wood Cutter's Son

Narrated by: Guy Williams
Length: 15 hrs and 49 mins
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Summary

Magic is waning. The ancient dragons of Torinth that once darkened the sky with their numbers are all but extinct. Older than even the dragons, the elementals, spirits of earth, sky, water, and fire, have slumbered for millennia, leaving the races of Torinth to fend for themselves. 

The Kingdom of Northern Wastes feels not only the loss of magic but a foreboding change in seasons - winter grows longer with each passing season. The queen has set her eye on the south and the bounty of a fertile land. 

In the Southlands, Morgan, the third son of a lumber merchant, expects nothing from his future but hard work felling trees and chopping firewood. His property borders land belonging to the elven Kingdom of the Black Mountains, where Alexis, the third princess to the elven throne, is ranger. Alexis joined the rangers with hopes of forgetting the royal court, her family and a betrothal in which she had no say. Fascinated by the woodcutter’s son, she traverses the border between their properties, knowing they could never meet. 

Now an elemental has awoken, and set her sights on these two figures. In a time of uneasy kingdoms and threats of a pending war, she reaches out to Alexis and Morgan and arranges a conversation that will change the future of all of Torinth.

©2018 Thomas A. Wright (P)2019 Thomas A. Wright

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  • ViceP
  • 26-03-19

Slooowww

Very slow and fluffed out. I appreciate a decently long novel, but this had a lot of fluff. I found myself counting down the minutes until the next chapter started.

Ok at best in my opinion.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-03-19

fun read

I enjoyed this book enough to hear the next in the series. the last part of the book was rushed.

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  • Chax
  • 27-03-19

YA novel

Lots of good things in this book, mid chapter perspective shifts are not one of them. it makes skipping the clunky mustachio twirling villain harder to skip past

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  • Johnathon
  • 10-04-19

awesome

wish there was another book to this i loved 5his one and the ending soundslike 5here should be another

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  • M Stauffer
  • 08-04-19

Great Book

It was a fantastic audio. The narrator did a super job. Looking forward to the continuing story.

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