Blast of the Dragon's Fury


Read by L. R. W. Lee

(4.2 stars; 152 reviews)

Ten-year-old, Andy Smithson believes he is merely a kid too often in trouble--until his destiny as the Chosen One to break a 500-year-old curse is revealed. Swept away to the land of Oomaldee of medieval times era, he discovers he must collect several ingredients for a magic potion to defeat the oppressive curse that plagues the land, the first of which is the scale of a red dragon, the fiercest of all dragon species. There's just one tiny problem, he's never battled dragons, except in video games. Armed with only his wits, an ancient sword and a magic key, he must overcome grave peril at every turn before he can even attempt the feat. No pressure, but it's his skill alone that will save - or condemn - the kingdom forever.


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Chapters

Episode 1: The Boy Screws Up Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 2: Curse Day Remembered Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 3: The King's Taster Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 4: The Flood Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 5: A Clue! Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 6: Jammin' to Medieval Rock Bands Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 7: The Dragon Trainer Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 8: Poisoned! Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 9: A Perilous Journey Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 10: Gift in a Gold Box Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 11: Where's Methuselah? Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 12: Trapped! Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 13: King Abaddon Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 14: A Raging River Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 15: The Battle Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 16: Daisy Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 17: Dragon Riding Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 18: Fierce Competition Read by L. R. W. Lee
Episode 19: The Voice Read by L. R. W. Lee

Reviews


(0 stars)

If you love adventure and whimsy fantasy, then it matters not your age. I am 42 and fell in love with the characters! The story is very successful at taking me away from reality for a bit. As for the way the book is read, I wouldn't be able to ...


(0 stars)

I would say this book targets children and the younger end of young adults for which it is a great book. It has a young boy who grows and makes positive moral decisions through many exciting adventures which is a good base for the age group. The comment which is ...


(0 stars)

It does sound like she is in a bathroom. She is not reading the same exact words that I have on my screen for the e-book. I was excited that my students could read the e-book and listen to the audio at the same time, but it will completely throw ...


(0 stars)

Im sorry I couldn't even start to get into the book. She sounds like she is sitting in a bathroom or something and the sound quality is not very good. The book sounded good. Maybe I will look into reading a hard copy myself.

not impressed


(2 stars)

maybe adequate for young children but I've heard better stories written by high school students. I won't be looking for the sequels.


(0 stars)

A wonderful and exciting adventure, I enjoyed every step I took with thnextem and look forward to the next book!


(0 stars)

This is terrible. The recording, the book itself, THE FREAKING VOICES SHE TRIES TO DO. Just... no.


(5 stars)

I really like the story line. I will be looking for more from this story