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Light of Requiem (Song of Dragons Book 3) (English Edition) par [Arenson, Daniel]
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Song of Dragons -- the bestselling fantasy series beginning with Blood of Requiem -- continues with a new tale of blood, steel, and dragonfire.


War has ravaged the world. Cities lie crumbled. Forests smolder. The crows feast.

In the ruins, Requiem's last dragons lick their wounds and mourn a death among them. But they will not have long to grieve. From the ashes, a new enemy arises, one more horrible than any before.

His soldiers dead, the tyrant Dies Irae collects severed limbs, heads, and torsos. He sews them into rotting, maggoty mimics of life. With dark magic, he animates his creations... and sends them hunting.

The mimics live to kill. They do not sleep. They feel no pain. They never stop hunting. Worst of all, they undo all magic around them. When mimics are near, Requiem's survivors cannot become dragons... and must fight as humans.

Without their greatest gift, how can Requiem's children survive?

Biographie de l'auteur

Born in 1980, Daniel Arenson is an author of fantasy fiction, from epic to dark and surreal. He began his career writing short stories. He sold his first story, "Worms Believe in God", in 1998. Since then, dozens of his stories and poems have appeared in various magazines, among them Flesh & Blood, Chizine, and Orson Scott Card's Strong Verse. Five Star Publishing, an imprint of Gale, published Arenson's fantasy novel Firefly Island in 2007. Since then, he's written the novels The Gods of Dream, Flaming Dove, Eye of the Wizard, and the fantasy series Song of Dragons.

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HASH(0x8f312174) étoiles sur 5 Epic Fantasy 20 janvier 2012
Par Rachel Jean - Publié sur
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When I received a Kindle Fire for the holidays the first place I looked for something to read was in the Fantasy/Sci-Fi genre. "Light of Requiem" was one of the first titles recommended. I read the synopsis, and decided to borrow it from amazon. After reading the first book I was hooked, from it's beautifully described scenery to it's intense and truly epic battle scenes and it's raw, good vs. evil characters the entire book was a pleasure to get lost in. If you love those intense moments of despair and desperation, humanity and insanity, love, romance and desire then these books are for you. They have it all :) Daniel Arenson's concept of the Vir Requis is fascinating and majestic. I went back and bought the first, second Tears of Requiem: Song of Dragons, Book 2 and third books Blood of Requiem and I recommend that you do the same! I promise that you won't be disappointed!
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HASH(0x8f3123c0) étoiles sur 5 Epic finale to a great trilogy! 4 mai 2012
Par Juli @ Universe in Words - Publié sur
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What a finale! Every trilogy needs an end that is representative of the entire trilogy and `Light of Requiem' definitely delivers.

I really enjoyed the first two books and especially the challenges that were thrown in the way of the characters. Unfortunately, one of my favourite characters died at the end of the 2nd book but therefore we get some great new characters. I especially loved Umbra, who simply kicks ass. Here I would like to allow myself to make a point about Daniel Arenson: he creates great characters. In all of his books I have read so far there have been great female characters. Gloriae is very interesting, especially in this book as she finally tries o come to term with her actions in the past and her new found identity as Vir Requies princess. Talking about characters, Lacrimosa greatly improved in my opinion. In the previous two books I felt that at times she didn't live up to the other characters, but in `Light of Requiem' she became stronger and memorable.

This is a darker book than the previous two. The previous two were dark at times, yet there was always an element of hope. Here, as in all good finales, all hope seemed lost, completely vanished, towards the end. There was no way tat the Vir Requies could defeat Dies Irae one more time. Especially now tat he has gone mental and created mimics. Those mimics are terrifying. Arenson has a talent for creating creatures and he went for it in this book. But he still manages to make the reader feel sorry for these horrible creatures, making the story so much better by it.

Many of Arenson's books, I feel, are about the coming together of people who are trying to overcome an evil. For example in `The Gods of Dream', still one of my favourite books by him. He executes this perfectly in this book, showing how diversity can benefit everyone. I especially liked the Earthen, who believe in an Earth god, because I have a weakness for those kind of groups. It links in perfectly with the theme of sacrifice that runs strong through the book. In the face of certain death, sometimes it is still better to fight than run, even if it might cost you your life

I truly enjoyed this book and think it is a deserving finale to a great trilogy. Arenson has achieved to create a truly inspiring story with all the major themes that make epic literature: honour, sacrifice, love and friendship.
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Par sherri.cooper - Publié sur
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Wow is all I can say. For those that don't think these books are well written or all engrossing then shame on you. Arenson grabs your imagination and doesn't let go. I've gone through the series and I'm totally hooked. Great book and very well written. You'll never get bored reading these.
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HASH(0x8f3127a4) étoiles sur 5 Song of Dragons 25 janvier 2012
Par Anthony Dunn - Publié sur
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This was a great follow up to the first two books. The story kept me on the edge of my seat and I couldn't wait to see how it ended. But then when I got to the end I wanted more all three books had me hooked, I am fairly new to Fantasy Adventure but in the past six months I have read a lot and I have to say this series will always be at the top of my list. Cant wait for the next one!
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HASH(0x8f312678) étoiles sur 5 Didn't get any better 15 octobre 2012
Par Greenbean7 - Publié sur
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I am only giving this two stars because "hate" is a pretty strong word and since I finished the series I obviously enjoyed something in it!

After slogging through the second book, which seemed to go on and on and on, I decided I still wanted to know what happened to our heroes. Well, surprise, they ran and hid, ran and fought, and ran and hid, etc., etc., etc.

I had high hopes when I started the book because a few new characters were introduced and I thought that might spice it up a bit, give it a little more personality. Nope. Without giving anything away I will simply say I was extremely disappointed with the new characters that also ran and hid, ran and fought, and ran and hid, etc., etc., etc.

Once again the hero's injuries were severe but never seemed to need more than some "spirits" and a bandage. Never took them out of the fight or really even slowed them down. In the first book Benedictus could barely fly because of a torn wing that happened ten years before, but spears through wings and mimic bites and whatever else tore a wing had little or no effect on the flying abilities.

I, also, (I saw another reviewer comment on this) wondered where all these body parts for the mimics came from and how he made them so quickly. The nightshades in the second book decimated the population. I also didn't see anything about anyone else helping him to make these things and they got more and more bizarre throughout the book with gory descriptions that were totally unnecessary. One of my main complaints about the mimics was that when they were first introduced they could only be killed by burning each and every part. During the later battles just hacking them up a bit seemed to do the job. Guess they weren't as hardy as the first ones. And what's with the evil creatures that were defeated in book two returning? They were utterly destroyed in the second book.

Several times I thought of stories kids make up when they don't understand building their characters. When their main character jumps off a roof they might follow up with "oh, yeah, I forgot to tell you he could fly." The dragons lost their fire after a certain point but it came across like "oh, I forgot to say they could only blow fire for so long before they couldn't anymore." Somewhere along the line, before it happened to them in battle, we should have known that.

I'll admit I skipped through most of the final battle. I'd had enough and just wanted the whole thing, the book that is, to be over!

So, I finished the series because I still hoped for a decent ending. The ending just left me feeling like we were going to see another trilogy coming out to tie things up. Very disappointed and would not recommend this book.

If you made it clear through my review, thanks!
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