After a humiliating defeat at the hands of Kendra and Seth, Celebrant, King of Dragons, prepares to unleash his fury and take control of his native preserve. Two of the seven dragon sanctuaries have already fallen. Will Wyrmroost be next?
Armed with secret information from a new ally, Celebrant seeks a talisman that will guarantee victory in the war against the humans. With a cursed castle and traitorous creatures standing in the way, Kendra and Seth must attempt to foil Celebrant's plan and beat him to his prize.
Will the two young caretakers rally enough support from the creatures of Wyrmroost to quell the uprising and protect the world from draconic dominion? One thing is certain—dragons are deadly foes, and one wrong move could bring swift defeat. It will take more than Kendra, Seth, and their current allies have ever given to endure the wrath of the Dragon King.
|Size||5.25 x 7.75|
|Published||Shadow Mountain 2018|
|Audiobook Runtime||Approx. 11 hours|
|Audiobook Narrator||Kirby Heyborne|
Brandon Mull has an ability to draw you in. I am a grandma and listened alone because I love it. Kirby is a great person to listen to. I wish he read more books.
I love the Fablehaven series. The stories are compelling and teach valuable lessons. Brandon Mull writes descriptively.
My biggest complaint is that dialogue is frustrating when it goes back and forth Kendra said, Seth said, Grandpa said, and so forth. Even in tense and heated circumstances it is still said said said. Can we get an exclaimed, muttered, declared, whispered, etc.?
Whatever you do, don’t listen to the audio version. Kerby does a great job with the voices but hearing “said” twenty time in a row in a flat deflated voice during impassioned dialogue will drive you nuts.
Many people have a place they love to go where imagination runs wild and reality is forgotten, the Fablehaven universe is that place for me, I’m so glad Dragowatch continues the adventure. This is a middle grade fantasy adventure series.
Seth is back along with his humor; his interactions with other characters are pure entertainment. Kendra helps balance Seth with her thoughtful nature and if I had a journey through the Bewilderness I’d pick Kendra every time. Thank goodness for the somber knight and his trusty ride! Teamwork is on full display as a group of friends work together to solve mysteries and win a contest with the world at stake.
At this point I feel like I’m part of the family. As with the other Fablehaven adventures, Wrath of the Dragon King is well written and even though I’m not a “young” reader I thoroughly enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone that can read… lots of fun.
- I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.
it was great I loved it