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I’m Michael Gilmore, bearer of Noctis the Onyx Dragon, the only male student of Drako Academy, and apparently, the one person who can save a dying world.

Only a few days ago, I was transported from Los Angeles to a fantasy world teeming with super-powered female soldiers who can command the magic of their bonded dragons. Except the dragons are dying out. And I’m going to bring them back. But no one knows how I can do it. After all, how do you breed dragons? The answer lies within Drako Academy and the stunning female dragonmancers inside its crystal walls.

©2021 Dante King (P)2021 Podium Audio

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  • nathan
  • 27-04-2021

stop the Mc pop culture Referencing**update**

authors please stop it when the Mc keep dropping pop culture references. I'm only a couple chapters in and every time the main character drops a pop culture reference that the female guide for lack of a better word And still hasn't figured out maybe I should stop bringing up these pop culture references in the world where no one gets them. Every time I hear a pop culture reference for example the Kim Kardashian one I just heard it honestly makes me not want to listen to the rest of the bookI will muscle through it and give a more informed review later but only being a couple of chapters in and nonstop pop culture reference drops is extremely annoying. I will Listen to the rest of the book And I hope the pop culture references stop Because honestly it's ruining the book I might give a finished review when I am done listening to the book. just finished the book and listened to the preview of book to and I now have no wish to get book 2 or the rest of the series. story is actually ok if not good but the pop culture Referencing threw out the book and in the preview of book 2 has turned me off of this series completely. the Mc can figure out how to defeat a nasty monster. but can not rub 2 brain cells together and stop the pop culture references after the 2 or 3 what? or huh? or I don't know what your talking about? It is the main part of the book that ticked me off. I would be getting into the book then a quip that would make sense on earth would come and kill the world building that had gone on. maybe I am not finding the humor on it but it was what killed the story for me.

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  • Tavish T.
  • 18-05-2021

Funny as hell

The references are strong with this one! Constantly laughing and thrown for a loop a couple times. Good book, cont wait for the second one.

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  • Alex M Baker
  • 17-05-2021

Pretty Good

So, at the beginning of this book I'll admit it only barely held my attention. A few parts here and there managed to hold me just close enough to be curious about what might happen next...and if it might be more interesting than everything that proceeded it.

It took a while to really get going anywhere, but the quips along the way were welcomed. However, all the pop-culture references really did start to wear on me; they went through the full spectrum of "Ha! that's pretty good!" to "Yeah I guess that works." and then "Ugh, come on man, really?" repeatedly for the whole book.

Finally, when it did pick up, it got pretty good, even with the distractingly unnecessary pop-culture references littered throughout.

I'm willing to continue the story into the next book now - something I never thought I'd say or feel like doing at the start.

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  • Daniel Voss
  • 08-05-2021

awesome book

I loved it !!! it is a great start to a series can't wait for the next books!!!!

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  • Bill Dysting
  • 03-05-2021

Not for me.

Pretty gross premise, to be honest. Great performance though. Not really my cup of tea overall.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 29-04-2021

That Reference lol

I loved the reference to sebastian frost from Herald of Shalia it had me dying

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  • Shannon Glover
  • 29-04-2021

A small character flaw.

Story is great but every thing is an analogy. This is my main problem. This is the series builder and it is great. I am ready for book 2 and 3 already.

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  • D
  • 28-04-2021

good store

A little fast but an great store line and interesting characters. The main propagator is just to excepting. And doesn't react normally to major changes in his life as the store goes on. Still a very fun read

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