In the first book of a new series by the best-selling author of How to Train Your Dragon, the warring worlds of Wizards and Warriors collide in a thrilling and enchanting adventure.
Once there were Wizards, who were Magic, and Warriors, who were not. But Xar, son of the King of Wizards, can’t cast a single spell. And Wish, daughter of the Warrior Queen, has a banned magical object of her own. When they collide in the wildwood, on the trail of a deadly witch, it’s the start of a grand adventure that just might change the fabric of their worlds.
With Cressida Cowell’s trademark wit, and the same stunning combination of action, adventure, heart, humor, and incredible artwork that made How to Train Your Dragon a beloved best-selling franchise, The Wizards of Once will transport and enchant listeners.
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- Caroline Delattre
Let yourself dive into this world of nostalgically magical elements, charming in every sense of the word. The human characters you will meet, whether young or old, are highly entertaining in their relatability: You might soon recognize elements of your parents, your children, perhaps even yourself in them. All brought to life by Tennant's amazing storytelling skills. Honestly, him reading little hairy fairy Squeezejuice might just be the role of his lifetime. Highly recommended for children and the type of grownups who aren't embarrassed to be caught reading a children's book on public transports. Just don't get lost in the woods!
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Exciting and magical
The narrater is amazing, I love his accent and he brings each and every character to life!
The story is quite different from all the other magical stories I know (which is a good thing). It keeps you on the edge, it's surprising, it's magical and you wanna know how it continues!
So I can really recommend it (but for it has some... let's call it “dicy“ parts in it, you should at least be 10 yrs. old and not be easily scared - or maybe just don't listen to it at night :-))