Recommended audience: 9 and up
This was a fun listening experience. Brendan Fraser is the narrator and he did quite a good job, giving each character a different voice and interesting accents. The book tells the story of a dragon who travels half-way around the world looking for a legendary refuge for dragons. He does this because humans are encroaching on the area where he and his fellow dragons have been living for a hundred years. I haven't read very many dragon books so maybe it's not that unusual, but I was surprised that this book was set in modern times. I usually think of dragon tales as being set during medieval times or some fantasy world that seems like a medieval time. This is a book found in the children's section and I can see kids eating this stuff up, but I did enjoy it too. I wouldn't call it great literature but it is a light, fun read.