Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable, audiobook edition of The Ballad of Sir Benfro: Dreamwalker, the first installment in the new fantasy series from JD Oswald, read by Wayne Forester.
Miles from the great cities of the Twin Kingdoms, a young boy called Errol tries to find his way in the world. He's an outsider, and no one, not even himself, has any knowledge of his true lineage.
Deep in the forest, Benfro, the young male dragon begins his training in the subtle arts. Like his mother, Morgwm the Green, he is destined to be a great Mage.
No one could imagine that the future of the Twin Kingdoms rests in their hands. But it is a destiny that will change the lives of boy and dragon forever ...
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the weak, the ignorant and the evil
I couldn't manage to finish this book. I just got too sick of the timid and weak main characters of 'good' who do nothing but internalize and don't do much else of anything.
The main characters both have their minds messed with. One who could have solved his situation by simply getting angry and pointing, and the other spent a year doing nothing but reading when he knew almost right away that he was remembering things that didn't really happen, and did nothing about it.
I liked the narrator, though he took a one dimensional book and made it more enjoyable.
None, but i would change then 2 main characters a bit, it seems they fell all emotions unless they are a victim, then they just do nothing.
Making the main characters meek to further plot devices, most author do it and it is infuriating. The first book really is just a laying out of some information, basically. The dragons don't get described in stature or body shape, but most of the time act like normal humans in most regards.
A summary I would make is, dragon boy does nothing but manage to point something out after a year of sulking. The human male does nothing after a year of not bothering to wonder why his memories are a mess. The 'evil' characters easily further their plots without any problems.