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The Dragon Heart has come of age and sets off with his Ulfheonar to fight the Saxons. A chance visit to a cave brings him face to face with his past and changes his life forever. Fighting both Saxons and Hibernians on land and on sea, he and his warriors conquer the land of Anglesey. Before they can enjoy the fruits of victory, they face an enemy from the past who returns to haunt them.

This is a fast moving audiobook filled with action and battles evoking the time of the Vikings.

©2014 Griff Hosker (P)2022 W F Howes

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brilliant

i could not stop listening to the series -any spare moment i could it would be on. thrilling story line,lots of action without being to overwhelming

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  • 12-06-22

This one jumped the shark IMO

To me it feels like this story should’ve ended in the last book. This one doesn’t have the feel of the other books and gets into the realm of King Arthur. I’ve noticed a few continuity mistakes and a lot of the battles seem to follow the same exact formula. Don’t get me wrong it’s a decent read, but when I say it has jumped the shark, I mean that it’s gotten away from the story of the other books and gotten more mystical, for lack of a better word.

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  • 21-05-22

Another good book and great performance!

I always enjoy Griff Hosker's work especially when performed by Marston York. His choice of accents makes the book come alive.