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The Dragon's Fang

Dragonfall, Book 3
Narrated by: Derek Perkins
Series: Dragonfall, Book 3
Length: 11 hrs and 42 mins
5 out of 5 stars (24 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Benjamin awakens to a world filled with new powers and possibilities, but also fraught with new dangers and old enemies. 

Separated from his loved ones, hunted relentlessly, betrayed, and defeated, Ben pushes doggedly toward his objective, and a confrontation that he desperately wants to avoid.

The Dragon’s Fang is the explosive conclusion to the Dragonfall trilogy.

©2017 David A. Wells (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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Would love to see as a movie

Honestly One of the better trilogies I’ve listened too. Loved every moment. Thank you 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 5 stars

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  • Nick
  • 17-06-2018

Another five star series by Mr. Wells!

By chance the first book I got on Audible was the first book in the sovereign of the seven isles by David a Wells. Narrated by the fantastic narrator Darick Perkins. I love the way that wells handles the sibling dynamic and the way that he shows love between siblings relationships and others. This series dragon fall is yet another example of how we interact and how we love and how siblings help or hinder. Sidenote I am legally blind so this comment has been talk to text.

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  • AmazonBeantown
  • 08-06-2018

First Rate Series Exceptional Performance Love It

read the whole story. if to like the first book you will love all three

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  • Peter du Preez
  • 04-06-2018

wonderful series with a satisfying ending

the series covers all the tropes, and manages to merge them seamlessly. the tech vs magic is well explained and the battles are realistic. loses on both sides bring happiness and sadness in equal measure. a great read, and an even better listen with Derek Perkins doing a remarkable performance.

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  • Glorianna
  • 19-05-2018

Great story amongst mindless chaff

In an atmosphere of failures of fantasy literature, SJW nonsense and minds that never grow to adulthood, this begins and ends well. I will read what you write.

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  • Nicole
  • 09-11-2018

Relief from leftist agenda in fantasy!

Not saying this is a strictly conservative book, but hooray for a story (in the fantasy genre) that isn’t just another regurgitation of contemporary leftist dogma. It allowed for some great twists in the story, and it has a timeless quality that helped me detach from the idiotic dichotomy of our social divisions.

Pops to Ben!

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  • Jim Gillam
  • 03-06-2018

Great adventure

loved the story, well written and performed
very easy to lose one's self in the story, and very hard to stop listening.

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  • Jim
  • 30-06-2019

Excellent conclusion

loved this ending....just goes to show you that a man's best friend is truly man's best friend

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  • Shane Temple
  • 23-05-2019

a great ending to a great trilogy

Perkins never fails to provide a riveting reading of a good novel, Wells is again on his a game providing a enthusiastic well-thought-out roller coaster of mythical adventure

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  • Alex
  • 05-05-2019

Rushed

A very rushed end to a fairly decent series. The final conflict felt rushed but it's made good by the amazing Derek Perkins performance.

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  • Jordan Federowich
  • 24-04-2019

Similar errors to the First

The tech one man army's death seemed hollow and pointless. It doesn't make the dragon scarier or more of a threat. It doesn't help anyone else grow and the amount of time spent with him is not quite enough for the reader to be interested enough for the reader to be impacted too much, and I say this actually liking that him. I feel that he had much potential after the dragon's death instead the threw out the potential. Some might say it is to demonstrate the senseless nature of death but killing of a main character is much more effective, like they did with hound. Honestly it would have been even more effective if they killed of the MC's friend back via possessed MC early love interest I stead of ramming in mentor death. Wich really should have been done by the warlock. Any way I have ishews with the trope servitude in this series as there were better ways story wise to accomplish what the trope wanted to do.

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  • Andrew Warn
  • 28-06-2019

A great end to the trilogy

A great end to the trilogy. In this book everything fell into place. Things that were said in books one and two now being explained. Some excellent battles fought and one or two surprises too. Will I read the trilogy again, Yes.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-06-2019

good performance, disappointing end

The series has been consistently good all the way through but the ending seems to be almost rushed and is a little disappointing. Must also comment that a couple of the characters who were developing nicely just regress into one dimensional personalities or fade out completely.

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  • Simon Price
  • 27-03-2019

boom

what a thrilling end to a thrilling set of books was engrossed to the very end

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  • Richard McFerran
  • 03-09-2018

Enchanting...

At last I will be released from the enchantment.

From the first book I have struggled to stop listening, having become immersed in the story. I really love the complex relationship between Ben and Frank, there are many other characters and relationships throughout and the author does a fantastic job weaving them all together.

Topped of with excellent narration by Derek Perkins, each character having their personalities come alive with his superb range of voices. Derek Perkins is easily in my top 5 narrators, I think he could make the phone book sound interesting.

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  • AndyJ
  • 21-03-2019

Homer

Such a sad ending about his dog Homer. A great story from start to finish.

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