But Marshal Re'akka and his all-conquering Dragon Assassins are not the only trouble on the horizon. For there is a new Dragoness finding her wings, and she will stop at nothing to protect her loved ones. She is Pip the Pygmy Dragon, jungle-born, survivor of seven years in a zoo. She dreamed of being Human. She is more. Much more.
Now, Dragon wings darken the dawn. Diminutive. Sassy. Full of fire and great heart. As Pip and her friends chart a perilous path in search of the secrets of her heritage, they will find a power of old reborn in the smallest of Dragons.
One will stand against evil. She is Onyx, mighty of paw and deed. She is the laughter of starlight, and she will never allow evil to prevail. Let Dragons thunder! Let the battle commence!
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By Fantasy Fan on 17-11-17
Good read and great narration!!
I really enjoyed the book and it was enhanced hugely by the variety of voices for the large cast of characters. With so many different dragons and riders it would have been difficult telling them apart if the narrator didn't have such a good handle on different accents. She also managed to inject personality into all of the major characters, some hilarious, and made me fall in love with the main character, Pip. Excellent performance!!
By MR D W SMITH on 10-06-17
narrated so wrong
Is there anything you would change about this book?
Teresa Whittaker is good but not for this story ,I think they should of used Ryan Prizio
How could the performance have been better?
Do you think The Onyx Dragon needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
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By Mark on 29-05-17
narrator ruined the book, her dragon voices sounded stoned, definitely a wasted credit. Only got through a couple of chapters before I gave up.
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By Amazon Customer on 26-02-18
Secchia’s dragonstories are wonderful.
Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
I would certainly recommend the Book. I would also warn my friend from buying this audio book. The story (stories/see the other books in the series) is wonderful, warm, full of humor, social interaction on multiple planes and many discussions on social belonging, what does a society permit et c.
The narrator reduces the story to a sloppy fairytale for three year olds. Shame on the producer. The first series of four books were perfectly narrated. The first in this series was fairly performed. But this, simply terrible. Chose another producer, another performer and redo it.
What did you like best about this story?
The interaction, interplay between the characters. The ambivalence in what is a human identity and what is a dragonish. If you are both, how does that affect your perceptions and actions? The humor, often drastic.
Would you be willing to try another one of Teresa Whittaker’s performances?
Not on your life
Was The Onyx Dragon worth the listening time?
If you so desperatly want the the story that you can survive the inept production and performance.
Any additional comments?
Marc Secchia is an superb author, very much worth reading. He should not suffer the fate of unprofessional productions