Beth's Review: Zaria Fierce and the Enchanted Drakeland Sword (Zaria Fierce #2) by Keira Gillett
APC PUBLISHEr: Keira Gillett
narrator: Michele Carpenter RELEASED: December 8, 2015 GENRE: children, fairytale & Folklore LENGTH: 5 hours and 14 minutes FORMAT: ebook, paperback, audible
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"Princess, you are needed."
If Zaria Fierce had her say, being a princess would mean you’d never have to wait for news. In the eight months since Olaf tricked her, Zaria has felt a near constant mixture of restlessness, listlessness, and hopelessness. When the time comes to fix past mistakes, she is more than ready to climb aboard the ship sailing towards the giants. Summertime in Norway promises many more adventures, but also many more perils… something sinister lurks beneath the surface following her every move, haunting her, disturbing her dreams, and stealing her peace. Can Zaria figure out what it is and stop it before it’s too late? THREE BOUNDLESS STARS
Zaria’s adventures continue in book two. I’m sure I’m not exactly the age range she was going for in her readers, but I enjoyed listening to both of Zaria’s adventure. Unfortunately, my 12 years old quickly became bored with it. I like the story, but it didn’t move at a pace fast enough to keep the attention of the younger readers. I loved the narrator; she did a great job. I give this audiobook a 3 Boundless Star rating