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  • Dragon Oracle

  • The Dragonspawn Trilogy, Book 2
  • By: Ava Richardson
  • Narrated by: Kim Churchill
  • Length: 10 hrs and 2 mins
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Summary

The Rebellion has several battle victories under its belt, but although Desiree Black is credited for the war’s turn, she still has one goal - freeing her parents from the Spirit King’s grip. The problem is that the magic clouding her parents’ allegiance is all-powerful, and no record exists of a successful attempt to break the Mind Trap. 

That knowledge won’t temper Dez’s determination, but it does fuel her frustration with the Rebellion’s path and leadership. 

To adjust her attitude, Dez is removed from the battlefield to act as an attaché to the commander in chief - if she refuses, she’ll face ejection from the Rebellion for her reckless attitude. But learning to be a leader and gaining wisdom aren’t simple things, even when Dez manages to find the Dragon Oracle, who possesses a direct link to the Goddess and may hold the key to setting her parents free. 

But their arrival portends oncoming doom. And as the Rebellion reels from unexpected losses within their ranks, the lies that once haunted Dez return with a vengeance. Now, in order to save the Rebellion and rescue her family, Dez must use newfound powers to enter the dimension housing the knowledge of the dead. 

There, she’ll face the Spirit King. 

Alone. 

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Amazing fantasy dragon fantasy

Second story and the developing threats for Dez and the rebellion makes this a exciting adventure. Meeting an oracle and the fight against the spirit king is intensifying. Dez is discovering new things and secrets. The story is exciting and the audio is spot on. The narrator and narration is clear, exciting, perfect for the story and heightens the fast paced plot twists and turns. The story telling and world building is fantastic. Action packed with growing battles, threats, plot, secrets and dragons. Well worth a listen.

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Superb fantasy story

A superb story full of action, emotional , tragedy and victory. Aha Richardson always creates complex and compelling stories and worlds and this is a great example. I loved the characters, the battles and the ideas. Kim Churchill is an excellent narrator does have a huge range of voices but still manages to bring each characters to life. I am looking forward to reading the final book in the trilogy. I received a complimentary copy of the Audio book and am leaving a honest voluntary review

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  • 25-04-22

Growth

Love how Dez's story is coming together. She has such support system to help her find her way through her strength and abilities. And finds not all is as it seems.

And Kim has grown into the characters so much from the first book.

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