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The Dragon War: The Complete Trilogy (English Edition) par [Arenson, Daniel]
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The Dragon War, an epic fantasy trilogy, tells of civil war in Requiem -- an ancient kingdom whose people can grow wings, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons. When a cruel general captures Requiem's throne, a desperate band of rebels struggles to reclaim the kingdom. This collection includes all three Dragon War novels.

BOOK 1: A LEGACY OF LIGHT -- The traitor Cadigus has captured the throne of Requiem, an ancient kingdom whose people can become dragons. In the wilderness, rebellion brews. The Resistance is small, but its cry is loud: "The tyrant must fall."

BOOK 2: A BIRTHRIGHT OF BLOOD -- War rages. Fire rains. Requiem, the land of dragons, is tearing apart. When the hosts of Cadigus fly against them, can the resistors save their homeland?

BOOK 3: A MEMORY OF FIRE -- Darkness covers Requiem. General Cadigus, usurper of the throne, rules with an iron fist. Bloodied after a long war, the Resistance musters. Rising as dragons, lighting the sky with fire, the resistors fly to their last stand.

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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 713 pages
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  • Editeur : Moonclipse (3 août 2013)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wow....What a book! What a way to End a Saga 22 septembre 2013
Par Sue C. Dees - Publié sur
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Well, I have to say that this author knows how to tell a story. There are so many characters you love and so many you love to hate. This was The last of the Vir Requis Trilogies (I think) the ending was a complete surprise to me. I have to admit I didn't see it coming. While the ending wasn't what I expected, it was still satisfying. I won't give away the book but if you have read the other two trilogies of the Vir Requis, you don't want to miss this last one. One person thought that the villain was just too "evil"...well, if you read our own histories as Human beings we have had some pretty evil villains ourselves. This last one was a bad one made more so because he had completely wiped out what Requiem stood for. he was a petty little monster that created more petty little monsters and had the usual desire to rule the entire world. This one was painful to read if you have read the other two because you realized just what the cost was and what was at stake. I believe that this was the last of this thread, and while I had mixed feelings about the ending, I was a satisfied reader. Mr Arenson can really create a heady story, one that makes you chew off your fingernails trying to get to the end of the story, breathing rapid and your heart pounding as you hope and pray for the safety of your favorite characters.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome series! Must read!! 6 novembre 2013
Par Bates291 - Publié sur
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I absolutely love this author! I hope that there will be many more Requiem stories! I couldn't put it down! Spent many late nights and the book was over way to soon! Highly recommend that you read this. Author draws you into the story. I laughed, I cried, I got angry at the villains. Very enjoyable series. I have read everything in this series and eagerly await more!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The redemption of Requiem 24 mars 2014
Par mapleleafmanny - Publié sur
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Having read the two previous Requiem Dragons trilogies, this one takes a very different villain spin. This time, Requiem's worst enemy is itself. A tyrant, Frey Cadigus, has overthrown the Aeternum royal family and has made Requiem the ruler of the world. He has trained Requiem's civilians into killers and attacked all our favorite allies from around the globe. Now, in order to maintain a rule of tyranny, he forces all 18 yr old citizens to commit to a 5 year servitude in the army. The enemy? This so called villainous resistance. Stories spread, and the citizens of Requiem find themselves rallying to defeat this Resistance movement, even while they are dying of hunger in their villages under the brutal and fear-driven tyranny of the Cadigus Regime.

However, we soon discover that the Resistance is not truly all it seems. Rune Brewer finds himself thrown in battle, needing to make decisions that he doesn't understand. Who can he trust? The Resistance or the Cadigus Regime? Allegiances are formed, and friendships are shattered. Requiem is at war with itself and it will be a long brutal and painful battle for the Resistance to fight to reclaim Requiem and bring about the old age of peace.

If you've read the other two trilogies set in the Requiem universe, then you will find that this Dragon War trilogy is much darker. The land of Requiem is in Civil War, with the small band of renegade Resistance members battling the Cadigus Regime. While many are dissatisfied with the Regime, they are afraid to do any other then hail the Red Spiral, because to rebel means death....and not a fast one at that. The Regime maintains control by spreading lies about the Resistance's true motives and by torturing innocents.

Rune continues to grow as the Aeternum heir, both battling an intense hatred and desire for revenge, as well as a softer side that wishes to end the suffering of the innocent citizens of Requiem. Emperor Frey gathers up his legions to eradicate the Resistance, but will the tens of thousands of Legion soldiers cause the Resistance to flee or fight?

What an epic finale! The resistance has scattered and is doing their best to regroup and come up with a plan. Anything they come up with is likely going to be suicide though. This tale depicts the lengths an oppressed people will go through to overthrow an evil tyrant. They realize that Requiem will never be at peace until Frey Cadigus is gone, along with his regime.

They've retreated to an island, and everything seems at peace. During their exploration, they discover that certain secrets of the past are not lost and their hope is refueled for the fight at hand. The resistance flies towards certain death, with the slim hope of success. The battle for Requiem will end in much tears, but will Requiem finally be free? Or will Frey succeed in overthrowing and gaining total control?

The characters throughout this series have grown and changed and struggled with who they are/what they are becoming. Requiem as we loved it from the past two trilogies has been torn apart.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Dragon War 12 novembre 2013
Par Donna Gardner - Publié sur
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Another wonderful story about the people who have the ability to turn into dragons and the conquer of an evil that has tried to conquer them, so worth the read for all, the attention to detail is out if thus world
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Another great trilogy from Mr. Arenson 12 novembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur
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Once again Daniel Arenson has written a trilogy that sucks you in and won't let you stop until you finish the last page. You feel sorry for several of the characters while despising others and admiring those who stand up for their convictions. The writing keeps moving well and keeps you intrigued and wanting to know what will happen next. You will want to stay up all night until you finish reading.
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