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Publisher's Summary

Contains books one and two of the Dragontiarna series.

Knights, book one

Ridmark Arban has defeated both the mighty Frostborn and the evil of the Seven Swords, and now he only wishes to live quietly with his family. But Ridmark's oldest enemy, the Warden of Urd Morlemoch, has not forgotten him.

And the Warden knows a dangerous secret. For the dragons are returning....

Thieves, book two

Ridmark Arban defended the town of Castarium from dark forces, but the Warden of Urd Morlemoch has other servants.

Now, a sinister cult is stirring in the great city of Cintarra, corrupting the lords of the realm as it searches for lost relics in ancient ruins. And if the cult finds what it seeks, worlds beyond count will burn....

©2019 Jonathan Moeller (P)2020 Podium Audio

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Good story being stretched out for money

As a reader with over 20 of Jonathan Moeller's books, I am frustrated at the stretching of these stories. Clearly, someone has decided to stretch the stories to be paid for minimal storyline progress, over and over. Why are all of these stories in the 9-20 range, with only one or two complete? I have been reading these stories for years, hoping the author and audible would get it done, but they just keep introducing new series, instead of finishing the ones that are already there.

At one point, I had three open series from this same author. None complete, no end in sight. Now I have two: Frostborn, and Dragontiarna. Audible needs to stop this bull. Complete a series. Don't just start new ones. This is extremely frustrating as a fan.

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Love it!

He is back! Love him! The best writer I have ever heard! Thanks for the book!

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Always try to listen to any book I order but this one was so hard to listen to

I am sorry it maybe the best book to read but to listen to it was hard to keep me interested. Not sure if it was the person reading or the story line but I always try to listen to everything I ordered this has taken me a long time just because

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This series had better suspense and a bigger story

I enjoyed this immensely. The characters and plot were much more developed than in the past.

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More great imagination and story telling continues

So glad to find another book in the series in which I have fully enjoyed. Thank you to the author and narrator for taking the reader to a place of battles, destiny, and good vs evil fought by great characters.

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An amazing world

A fantastic tail and an amazing world of adventure. If you like sword and spells in you adventure you'll love this story

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From disgruntled to approval, then finally RESPECT

When I started this, I knew nothing about the series or the author. At first the similarities between this and the Rift War Cycle by Raymond Feist, irritated me. The reader and the writing soon after won me over. By the end I was hooked. This is brilliant in every way.

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Great story

Imagination galore. Adventuresome & great characters.
The narrator is awful. One of the worst. I just stuck with the first four hours because I loved the story. But just couldn’t take it, at any speed.
There just isn’t flow in the narrator’s voice.

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Good tale!

Takes a bit to get going, but we’ll worth it. Enjoyed the story and the performance given. Pay attention as it does seem to flip flop some. But again worth the attention. Enjoy!

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story is okay

if you belong too the national association of fat people you probably will be offended by this book. ha ha! I have like 200 books on audible not one has as many derogatory things too say about obesity almost all the bad guys are fat and a few even smelled lol.

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  • 09-28-21

tedious

I gave up after 3 hours.
you're instantly introduced to an extended family of characters , good luck remembering all those names.
then it's a story of being a father and mayor of a town. boring and haltingly read.
oh yeah. at one point, the main character is surprised that two of the other dudes like fish. rubbish.