A mystical calling.
On his 18th birthday, Cole learns that he is a dragon fated to save all that was deemed true.
Cole's life spirals into an uncontrollable battle for life or death. First, he learns that his family isn't really his own, and his birth parents are dragons. With that legacy comes a special calling: devoting an eternity to protecting all true beings from creatures bent on controlling the Earth and bringing an end to dragons.
As the newly minted Prince of Ochana, Cole is also the Keeper of Dragons, and his first task is to keep the nefarious farro-fallen fairies at bay. With no formal training, no control of his mahier-dragon magic, and fear like he's never experienced before, will Cole be able to reach outside of his human side and embrace his destiny in time to defeat the farros?
Join USA Today best-selling author J. A. Culican on an epic fantasy adventure fans and critics are calling a world of magic and comparing to Robert Jordan.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
I would recommend this book to my niece or nephew for an entry-level book into fantasy audiobooks. But I don't believe older audiences will feel that this book has substance, but the narrator keeps you engaged and entertained.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
The concept of the book is interesting, and also the least interesting. But this is coming from someone who has been listening to audio books for a while and you can really tell that this was written from a much younger audience and so the concept doesn't feel like it has any depth to it.
What does Zachary Hetrick bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He brings life to the book, and keeps you engaged through his ability to bring the characters to life. It was hard for me to truly tell that this was his first book he ever narrated. I am looking forward to hearing more of his work.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Any additional comments?
Don't get me wrong for the age group I believe the book is good, just is not a book you would turn to if you wanted something that stretches your imagination and truly brings you into a new undiscovered world.