Requiem. A forbidden word. The name of a kingdom lost to history. Of magic forgotten. Of a homeland for dragons.
They say that years ago, Requiem was real. That men and women could grow
wings, breathe fire, and fly as noble dragons. That marble halls rose
in a birch forest. That Requiem was a kingdom of magic and light.
But those days are long gone.
Now the Cured Temple, a fanatical cult, rules a land called the
Commonwealth. Now paladins patrol the realm, "curing" all newborn babes
of "reptilian magic." Now the marble halls are fallen, the old books
burnt, the ancient songs lost. Now Requiem is all but forgotten.
But there are some who remember. A baker's boy. A librarian safeguarding
a forbidden book. A haunted soldier. An outcast warrior. They carry the
magic inside them, a torch of dragonfire. They remember Requiem . . .
and they will fight to see dragons fly again.
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My review of Dragons Lost:
I love Daniel's books. This one was just a great as his other Requiem books.
story between all of the characters kept me reading until I found I had
finished the book. I know I had tears in my eyes a few times, laughed
at others and I think I may have said "GRR" out loud a time or two.
together a baker boy, a librarian, an old warrior, a younger warrior
and a spy, the story develops quickly and will leave you begging for
more from this series. The bad guys are SO freaking bad, and the good
guys are awesome.
I love that Daniel Arenson is not afraid to inflict
damage to his characters too, all too often the would be hero's never
get a scratch