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The Dragon's Eyes Oxford writes my kind of heroes They are smart snarky funny and TRULY good people She populates her stories with great characters and truly treacherous villains This one could have had a little menace Dylan had gotten so powerful nobody poses much of a threat any and he is such a good guy even the psycho gods are easily won over but it ended up being such a feel good read that I'm having trouble finding much to complain about Don't pick this one up if you're in the mood for a dark turn Rain Oxford takes the readers through her entire universe filled with multiple worlds and a vast variety of culturessocieties There are portions of the story where the world is described so well that I felt as if I'd transported there Though the story all comes together in the end the beginning through about 90% of it was discombobulated The story is told from 4 different point of views and goes back and forth between those POVs within the chapters If not for the narrator Todd Menesses I dont think I would have been able to follow 🤗Fortunately for audiobook listeners he gives each character a distinct voice and brings their personalities to life What I really appreciate is that the main character from this book Dylan and the main character from Rain's other series Devin have different voices This makes it easy not to mix the stories up Much much much appreciated as I've read a cross over book with both MCs This book walks a fine line of being great and being overwhelming I actually had to rewind a chapter or two so I could digest what was happening There are two different story lines happening with multiple characters jumping from world to world Add in some time travel and three different magic types edna magic nominal magic and God magic then you almost hit half of what this book entails I love the complexity of the story but this felt like two different books being read at the same time Not just in the length but in the plots as well Dylan Mordon Edward and so on all the characters are good guys I mean pain stakingly everything they do is responsible and politically correct Dylan has to teach his own God how to be compassionate 🤣 Not saying g good guys dont make for good reading but do they have to be so unrelatable in their perfection? It makes them feel like fictional characters if I'm constantly reminded they are fake then I cant feel as strongly for them I've cried about alien werewolves in other novels because they felt real than these dudes This story also takes a darker turn than I expected and I'll have to read something uplifting before going to the nextBy Rain OxfordNarrated by Todd Menesses3 Stars 🌟🌟🌟 Good Book I like the overall concept and it was delivered well Most common ranking for a book I enjoyed and look forward to the next Great seriesThis is a great series I love the characters They all fit in so well with each other I find I can't put this book down and now I want to get right into the next book I recommend to fantasy lovers I have finished narrating this book and it is now available on Audiblecom or com Good continuation of the first book with a nice cliffhanger at the end Ultimately this was just boringI thought the first book was reasonably good but slow and contained numerous typos I only made it through the first half of this second book I just didn't care any Too many similar protagonist POV's Eventually if I hadn't read the POV header at the beginning of the chapter I wouldn't have been able to tell them apart They are all male super powerful well meaning kind to strangers and children Yawn Some of their biggest challenges involve diapers Yawn They have little warning when danger strikes yet they are saved by their own unwitting actions or by a little girl in a white dress Huh? The danger is always short lived always at the end of a chapter and they are inexplicably fine at the beginning of the next Yawn There are cute animals Yawn There are many many typos I read it through Kindle Unlimited Glad I didn't pay for it At time of writing I'm actually already busy reading Book 4 Book 2 and 3 are so great that I couldn't stop a minute and write a review I just needed to know what came next It was with great difficulty that I pried myself away from book 4 to write this review And to be honest In my opinion that should say all you need to knowIn book 2 we follow our Earth Gardian and his new best friend They end up coming into contact with Dylans old girlfriend and then things get rolling It's a book packed full of action If this would have been a physical book people would say It's a real pageturner Dylan has to fight mistrust and has to fight for friendships There is a lot of emotion in the book but not too emo if you understand what I meanIn any case If you loved book 1 you will love this book and if I peaked your interest with this but you didn't read book 1 yet You really should read book 1 I guess you could read it without But it'll all make a lot sense if you'd read them as they were supposed to be read Three years after saving the Earth and Duran Dylan faces all new challenges Kiro has disappeared the Iadnah are turning against their Guardians and to top it off a creature as old as the gods is wreaking havoc on Earth Other strange occurrences are happening throughout the universe and Dylan will have to investigate them in order to uncover the truth Mordon having finally freed himself from his father agrees to help Dylan in his endeavors The further he gets from his homeland however the he discovers terrifying secrets that had been hidden from him Together Dylan and Mordon must protect than just Earth They will have to explore new worlds garner the trust of the gods and save their friends as well as a mysterious child Through it all they must battle an evil as ancient as the gods This is really a good read It answers uestions from the first book The Guardian's Grimoire Lots of adventure magic and monsters Surprising things going on every time the characters turn around Definitely a book you don't want to put down The only problem with this book is that it leaves you wanting I've heard the third book is due out soon and that's a good thing Audible listener hereThis book has performed a 180 vs the first which was awesome; and in my opinion it jumped the shark it turned into Daddy daycare Every time a kid gets tossed into the mix with a Sci fi or Fantasy book it turns into a total mess The Narrator Todd Menesses did a awesome job like he always does in the Audible verse I still like this story What I like is that the author doesn't dwell too long on every incident If someone is powerful then that person will succeed By letting him do so the story progresses better What could be different is the use of repetition that can get a bit annoying at the endWill still listen to the others when they are available

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About the Author: Rain Oxford

Rain Oxford is a teacher who has been writing stories since she was twelve She attended Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto Japan Some of her interests include magic psychology and ancient history When she’s not creating worlds she enjoys reading playing the piano or photographing exotic wildlife