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Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Light of Requiem Requiem: A Night of Dragon Wings Requiem: A Memory of Fire Requiem: Pillars of Dragonfire Requiem: Ratings and Reviews 29 star ratings 29 reviews. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! This triligy took my on a journey, up happy highs and down into deep sadness, a great story I have never come across a dragon that is so helpless and has terrible emotional issues. The books are drawn out with irrelavant info and repeats. The idea of the story was great but messed up. Did anybody edit these books?
An enjoyable easy to read trilogy. Good characters and story but lacking a little depth in parts. I am looking forward to reading the next tilogy. This book I find was very enjoyable. A Night of Dragon Wings Requiem: The Dragon War Book 1: A Legacy of Light Book 2: A Birthright of Blood Book 3: A Memory of Fire Requiem: Requiem for Dragons Book 1: Dragons Lost Book 2: Dragons Reborn Book 3: Flame of Requiem Book 1: Forged in Dragonfire Book 2: Crown of Dragonfire Book 3: Pillars of Dragonfire Requiem: Dragonfire Rain Book 1: They enslave and subjugate others through the use of magical devotions, which make their slaves forget all of the horrific things that the elves do to them.
Drakis, a human, is the hero of this story. He manages to break free from the elves along with a band that includes a chimera, manticore In Song of the Dragon elves rule the world. He manages to break free from the elves along with a band that includes a chimera, manticores, a dwarf, and human females. This odd cast of characters are on the run, being hunted by elves.
Meanwhile, those in his party and others in the world believe that Drakis is the human that according to legend is supposed to lead their uprising against the elf oppressors. The novel got off to a slow start. It was a bit of a slow build, mostly because at the beginning, the narrator in the form of Drakis, who was mostly the viewpoint character, was unreliable because his character had his memories erased. It was only after regaining his memories did the momentum of the story build.
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I liked the progression of the novel. The ending of the novel was satisfying, and I look forward to reading the other books in this trilogy. Carl Alves - author of Two For Eternity Jul 11, Lars rated it did not like it. I liked the beginning of the first book but it all soon settled in a quite boring cycle where they meet new enemies, fight or flee, but without the story really evolving, and simultaneously the chapter titles keep cycling through the main character names.
The story would have been better if it had been shorter, focusing on one main line of development, and by letting the characters evolve, which they don't. The reason for cycling the chapter titles using the names of the main characters is beyon I liked the beginning of the first book but it all soon settled in a quite boring cycle where they meet new enemies, fight or flee, but without the story really evolving, and simultaneously the chapter titles keep cycling through the main character names.
The reason for cycling the chapter titles using the names of the main characters is beyond me because the story is always told from a third party observer view, not by using the title character as the "I" in that chapter. So all in all, my initial interest soon faded and I found myself quickly going through the last half of the trilogy just to see how it ended. Jul 03, Kelvin rated it liked it Shelves: This was the first time I had read anything by Daniel Arenson.
I picked up the trilogy when it was part of a special offer for the Kindle. I enjoyed the first two books a lot more than the third. Overall it was a good story with a few different twists on a well traveled fantasy theme dragons, giants, griffins and villain building an army of mimics. The villain is particularly nasty and in book three he really becomes quite disgusting. I will probably read the next trilogy a This was the first time I had read anything by Daniel Arenson.
I will probably read the next trilogy as it too was a Kindle special offer but I am not that hooked. Oct 05, Connie Fogg-Bouchard rated it it was amazing. Jan 09, Suzette rated it liked it. Interesting story, probably targeted to young adults. Feb 13, Sharon Wadeson rated it it was amazing. I really enjoyed these three books.
I recommend highly to all who enjoy Dragon books. Jun 23, Jeri A. Ramirez rated it really liked it. Clever Kept me wanting to read the next book! The evolution of the twins into maturity and the overwhelming upgrade of the "monsters" worked well together. Jul 25, Daniel Farrelly rated it liked it Shelves: Daniel Arenson's books are like a nice B movie that you enjoy with a bunch of mates and a bucket of popcorn, most of which you plan on throwing at other members of the audience rather than eating yourself.
Maybe thats a bit harsh. He just suffers heavily from spectacle creep. Song of Dragons is the first of his three dragon trilogies, so it suffers the least, and is the best because of it. Just as this is the first and best of h Daniel Arenson's books are like a nice B movie that you enjoy with a bunch of mates and a bucket of popcorn, most of which you plan on throwing at other members of the audience rather than eating yourself.
Just as this is the first and best of his trilogies, book one is the best of this trilogy. An epic war of dragons vs griffins, with amazing detail, great dialogue and an awesome story about the aftermath of a fallen race.
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At no point was the suspension of disbelief broken, and fans of 'Game of Thrones' will find a lot of like here as well. Characters don't die left and right, for instance, so we don't become accustomed to it, and it stays effective In book 2, Arenson decides that he's done all he can with griffins, and goes all monster-of-the-week on us, and introduces the nightshades as a species of evil ghosts which fly across the land, killing indiscriminately. Putting aside the fact that i cant take them seriously, because their name reminds me of a lamp shade though i'd understand if that's just me i dont see their point.
There are a few really good scenes, were the bad guy cuts up his own people, but the author tries way too hard to gross out the audience by going into too deep detail about the crazy amalgamations. Things like a million babies sewn together, or a guy with teeth for hands, or women with a million breasts, stuff like that. I for one don't tend to get scared by books, so it just comes off as slightly gross sounding, and very immature. Jan 20, Emmanuelle rated it it was amazing.
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The Vir Requis immediately get you to vouch for their side to win. Dies Irea is the perfect villain; you don't feel any desire for him to win. The battles are always intense and keep you spell-bound. This is a VERY difficult book to put down.
I can't wait to read the other books in the series and I just want the Vir Requis to to win. I hope there are more Vir Requis still alive and in hiding because they are such a noble race; they can't be allowed to die. I want to know what continues to happen in the story but I also want the books to last forever. I want to get lost in the world of Requiem and Osanna. But, since all good things don't last forever, I have finished Tears of Requiem and I loved it. The action was non-stop. The characters continued to be enthralling.
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The new adventures continued to be surprising with new twists and turns at every corner. The book is well written and makes sense. I love reading from all the characters perspectives rather then only hearing the story from one of them's perspective. Well, that's all I'm gonna write for now because I gotta get back to reading Light of Requiem! I'm glad to finally know the full story, but I'm so sad!! I'm so grateful the author actually gave more details after the war so we know what really happened and aren't left in the dark, although he did run through it very quickly.
I can't wait to start reading the Dragonlore trilogy, but I'm gonna wait till the third one comes out. I know I'm gonna be dying from anxiousness to know what happens when I finish book 2 so I'm saving myself the trauma lol. It may be just me and the fact that I don't enjoy high fantasy as I used to.
Or it could be that I just couldn't make a connection with the characters in this series. The writing was often lyrical and when it wasn't, it was trying to be. The phrasing and words used were suited to the subject matter, but not at a level where one might read a phrase over a few time and perhaps out loud just because it was so pleasing.
The story is an age-old one: Add in people who can turn into dragons and that may be enough to satisfy. For me it wasn't. It was disappointing to me that I found the best imagery and writing in the beginning of the book when the King of the Weredragons makes his last stand against the brother that has harried his people and destroyed his kingdom. The story was heavy on taking action and the characters were done in broad strokes with little nuance. The evil brother had a reason for what he did, but he was left to be cruel in a sneering way and never developed into a complete personality.
Nor did anyone else. The finish was no more satisfactory.
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Objectives were achieved and a Weredragon foothold re-established by way of polygyny, setting the stage for another trilogy that deals with the condition of the descendants in the future and their challenges; a series I do not plan to read. Nov 19, Linda Barnett rated it liked it. I have read the first book in Daniel Arenson's Moth series and love it - I look forward to reading the rest of them.
If you haven't read them yet, give them a try, even if you didn't like these books.
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Which brings me to Song of Dragons - I didn't love it, I didn't hate it, but I did skim read a lot of the violent scenes and there are a LOT so it's not a series I'd read again. To me, most of the book was pretty thin as far as world, character and plot development which was mainly a side serving I have read the first book in Daniel Arenson's Moth series and love it - I look forward to reading the rest of them. To me, most of the book was pretty thin as far as world, character and plot development which was mainly a side serving to epic, bloody battles none of which any of the main players would have survived, given the odds.
I'm not a fan of repeated debilitating wounds that are mysteriously reduced to minor annoyances by a few dirty bandages and perhaps some herbs or ointments, by the next day.
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I know we need some danger and I can live with a couple "near death" experiences, or a reasonable recovery period. If you're willing to turn off your credibility sensors and like a violent ride then I think these books my be for you, otherwise, take a pass. Jun 16, Fainne J. Firmin rated it liked it. The villain reached a point where I didn't want him to die painfully or be tortured or anything. I wanted a quick, clean death for him with no chance of coming back.
He became that terrible and twisted. So the villain was quite suited for being the villain! The other characters weren't to bad, but for the most part they felt really flat. They started with promise, but by the end Gloriae was the only one with any real depth. The plot was pretty straightforward, not very complex at all. It was inte The villain reached a point where I didn't want him to die painfully or be tortured or anything.
It was interesting with a simple goal and the goal thus executed. However, all the fights came in rather quick succession - there was no time passing in the books. It went from one event to another, with only a bunch of thoughts really separating things. So the books really dragged only while keeping far to quick a pace.