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This prestigious memoir “Dragonslayer” is drafted out by Tui T Sutherland and narrated by Shannon McManus. Shannon McManus is astounding and she mirrors the voices of characters impeccably. The Flames of Hope and Darkness of Dragons are highly suggestive narrations of Shannon McManus. This is taken from the 2nd volume of the “Wings of Fire: Legends” series. This is the history that makes a huge difference.
For quite a long time mythical beasts have considered how three little foragers figured out how to kill Queen Oasis. As of not long ago. Venture out back to before the ‘War of SandWing Succession’ and experience Pyrrhia as we have never seen it through the eyes of people.
Such an astonishing book, with extraordinary composition, energizing plot, and an interesting tale that is associated with the principle series. The readers will love this whole Wings of Fire series. This book begins with the characters as little youngsters, so the followers have no clue about why they would enlist a storyteller that makes the children sound like irritating animation characters. She sounds stooping of youngsters when she talks in their voices.
It was difficult to bear to pay attention to her whenever she was depicting a kid’s voice. They generally sound somewhat stupid and bratty with this hoarse valley young lady’s tone. This is a very decent book, appeared through three changed characters. However, Ivy and Leaf were exhausting, particularly leaf. Their affection for one another somewhat emerged from nowhere and the leaf somewhat felt like a camera to witness different occasions the readers have previously found in the series.