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Dragon Whisper

Dark Age Trilogy Series, Book 1
Written by: Niamh Murphy
Narrated by: Gabrielle Baker
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins

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Publisher's Summary

A looming war. A devastating Blight. A god hungry for souls. 

To save herself, she will first have to save the world.

In the dying forests of the Weald Wood, Breanna, a young outcast, is simply trying to earn a Hunter's axe. 

When she witnesses the sacred Forest Drake kill her father and destroy her village home, she knows her life is forever altered. But Breanna holds a secret that could be the key to stopping the Ancient Dragon God's rampage. 

The fate of every being in the land now depends on one young woman who can hear the Dragon's Whisper. 

Will she find her courage, or see her world destroyed?

©2018 Niamh Murphy (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-11-01

The Characters are all Imbeciles

The protagonist is an incredible coward throughout the entire story. All she does is run, complain, and whine about what a coward she is or how weak and useless she is. Okay, not everyone has to be brave but this girl is incredibly beyond feeble and the whole story tries to make a point of how brave she is for running into trouble despite being afraid... but that’s not bravery, that’s just idiocy. Basically this girl just gets into trouble a whole bunch (I lost count how many times), gets other people to save her, freezes in fear, is told to run, feels the need to stay, gets injured, runs, and then feels bad for being such a weak and useless coward. The one time she decides to ‘be brave’ is when she’s in her weakest state and when it is the worst possible moment that she could ‘be brave’.

Her brother is the most stereotypically British person that has ever been imagined. He’s rude, Irrational and complains about everything under the sun. All he ever does is curse people to hell and hit things.

The villains were irritating. Andra just supported Orwin through the whole power craze even though she knew it was wrong. I hate when villains are just power hungry fools who break everything telling themselves that they’re doing the right thing. At least most villains recognize their villainy - or if they don’t at least they’re funny, smart or SOMEHOW redeemable.

The only characters I didn’t completely hate were Cassian, the swamp folk, and the wizards.

Also be forewarned that this books follows that stupid miscommunication trope where the main character has a secret that won’t have any negative impact but they get all overwhelmed by it for no reason.

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  • norm
  • 2019-08-22

underwhelming

the villains are this stories weak point. I gave zero cares about them or there cause they never felt like a threat or having a master plain or well anything. the main character going on a journey to save her home was at least written decently. over all I won't be reading the sequel.

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  • Megan A Field
  • VIRGINIA BEACH, VA
  • 2019-06-28

wow

didn't kacie what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. it was really good and i can't wait till the next one!