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Author: Chris d'Lacey Narrator: Jonathan Keeble Publisher: Scholastic Inc Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Series: The Erth Dragons Series Release Date: January 2018 ISBN: 9781338264715
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The dragon Wearle is in turmoil: A human boy named Ren has bonded with a pair of baby dragons, and their connection has given him shocking and extraordinary new powers. Though some of the dragons suspect he is plotting against the Wearle, his dragon allies will do anything to save him. But Ren has an agenda of his own.

Meanwhile, after the devastating war with the dragons, the humans, or Kaal, have accepted the leadership of a mysterious stranger. The man, who calls himself Tywyll, has an affinity for crows and rides a remarkable unicorn. The band of followers that accompanies him into dragon territory has no idea the danger they're inviting.

Though the dragons and the Kaal are dead set against each other, both will face down an ancient power stronger than any of them can imagine.
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  • “The creative spin on the intersection of dragon history and prehistoric humans is interesting and the action engaging.”

    Kirkus Reviews on The Wearle

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About the Author

Chris d’Lacey is the author of several highly acclaimed books, including the New York Times bestselling Last Dragon Chronicles series, the Dragons of Wayward Crescent series, and the Unicorne Files.

About the Narrator

Jonathan Keeble, winner of four AudioFile Earphones Awards, combines his audio work with a busy theater and television career. He has been featured in over six hundred radio plays for the BBC, appearing in everything from Shakespeare and Sherlock Holmes to Doctor Who and The Archers, in which he played the evil Owen. As an Earphones Award–winning narrator, he is in high demand for his voice work. He has recorded over two hundred audiobooks.