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  1. Ariel Ariel says:

    Oh, now where should I start I was so excited to read the last book of the Age of Fire series The last one ended on a bit of a cliffhanger with the three dragon siblings having been exiled, so I was very interested to see how they would return and hoping that they would extract their revenge I had looked at the reviews before I started reading and was a little worried, but had to read it nonetheless Having just finished reading the book, I am now pretending that none of the events ever happ Oh, now where should I start I was so excited to read the last book of the Age of Fire series The last one ended on a bit of a cliffhanger with the three dragon siblings having been exiled, so I was very interested to see how they would return and hoping that they would extract their revenge I had looked at the reviews before I started reading and was a little worried, but had to read it nonetheless Having just finished reading the book, I am now pretending that none of the events ever happened.Ignoring the plot and just focusing on the writing, it was bad The further into the book you got theandtypos there were I have to agree with other reviews and say that it almost seemed like a first or second draft with the editor having not had the chance to go through it all before it was published There were missing words, typos, characters that appeared out of nowhere, characters that were sent somewhere else only to re appear a sentence later, etc There was one point in the book where I had re read a sentence multiple times because it didn t make any sense it had to have at least been missing a verb and I just had to give up on it There was another point where I thought they forgot to put in a scene it was just a huge awkward jump.For those that are interested in reading the series or have already started and about to finish I say to avoid this book unless you re a diehard I might even go as so far to say to read only the first three or four and be done with the series I m a little upset at what has happened to our beloved dragons, but the series obviously needed to come to end unfortunately for the author it seemed as though the end didn t come soon enough


  2. Keelan Keelan says:

    Ok, where do I begin with this one.Short version it s a very good first draft.Long version The ideas in the book are brilliant, maybe going a bit too far for my taste, but still entertaining overall Really nice battle scenes and moments between characters, with some interesting developments However, this book needs some serious polish, up to the point where there were two contrasting ideas for the epilogue and they somehow both ended up getting included.I d have liked somespotlight o Ok, where do I begin with this one.Short version it s a very good first draft.Long version The ideas in the book are brilliant, maybe going a bit too far for my taste, but still entertaining overall Really nice battle scenes and moments between characters, with some interesting developments However, this book needs some serious polish, up to the point where there were two contrasting ideas for the epilogue and they somehow both ended up getting included.I d have liked somespotlight on the hominids overall, and I feel that including other dragon s perspectives apart from the trio, while interesting, particularly sold AuRon short he didn t get a lot of character time in this novel, although the Copper was great throughout And yes, I did feel there was some missing exposition for AuRon in several cases, where it felt like a chapter or two had been cut to save space As the previous book, Dragon Rule, spent so much time going over the Siblings approach to the homonids, I was disappointed that this book went no further into their differing viewpoints on them, particularly as the first three books went to such lengths to establish their views As I m finding is the case for a lot of final books in series, the author keeps throwing too much content in and not elaborating on it.It would be awesome to see a book by E.E Knight set in this new Age of Foundations I m very curious about the new world, and it would be nice the see dragons and hominids getting along for a change.Also, it seems Knight is working on a new Dragon project I m excited to see what it is


  3. Crystal (Goddess in the Stacks) Crystal (Goddess in the Stacks) says:

    All of this series has been well, the author jumps around a lot, letting years pass between scenes without giving any explanation But this last one feels like the author said Oh yeah, I need to get a conclusion out for that serieshere, have my plot notes More writing, please Also, dragon s mate s names should not be interchangeable Especially when at one point you re talking about a dragon s mate and you name his SISTER instead Come on, it s not that hard You only have three main ch All of this series has been well, the author jumps around a lot, letting years pass between scenes without giving any explanation But this last one feels like the author said Oh yeah, I need to get a conclusion out for that serieshere, have my plot notes More writing, please Also, dragon s mate s names should not be interchangeable Especially when at one point you re talking about a dragon s mate and you name his SISTER instead Come on, it s not that hard You only have three main characters Oh, and the actual ending I m still not sure what actually happened, or where two of the main characters went He talks about something about to happen, and then mentions that it happened from a years later perspective but doesn t actually DESCRIBE IT HAPPENING Quit being lazy Show me the action


  4. J.F.R. Coates J.F.R. Coates says:

    Ultimately a disappointing end to the trilogy, unfortunately.At times it was hard to follow, and the characters previously a strong point seemed to all merge into each other.Errors certainly didn t help matters, with some characters able to say something even though they aren t even present in the scene I know NiVom managed to contribute to discussions a few times around the Dragon Tower with Copper, even though he was still in the south.I also found the end to be so terribly rushed There Ultimately a disappointing end to the trilogy, unfortunately.At times it was hard to follow, and the characters previously a strong point seemed to all merge into each other.Errors certainly didn t help matters, with some characters able to say something even though they aren t even present in the scene I know NiVom managed to contribute to discussions a few times around the Dragon Tower with Copper, even though he was still in the south.I also found the end to be so terribly rushed There wasn t really a conclusion to the story at all, and the constantly switching perspectives confused both the reader and it seemed the author too, as descriptions get very convoluted in the final chapters, and characters appeared and vanished with alarming regularity.The series could have ended with book 4 and it would have been superb Alas that it continued to 6


  5. F.J. Hansen F.J. Hansen says:

    For the most part, I enjoyed the story I had rather expected things in the Dragon Empire to deteriorate quickly while the siblings were in exile And, things certainly got dark just as they should I continued to enjoy seeing the siblings work together especially AuRon and RuGaard It s a nice completion to the circle in the beginning of Dragon Champion and Dragon Outcast , they started briefly working together but for their own advantage now they re again working together, but this time For the most part, I enjoyed the story I had rather expected things in the Dragon Empire to deteriorate quickly while the siblings were in exile And, things certainly got dark just as they should I continued to enjoy seeing the siblings work together especially AuRon and RuGaard It s a nice completion to the circle in the beginning of Dragon Champion and Dragon Outcast , they started briefly working together but for their own advantage now they re again working together, but this time for mutual advantage I really appreciated that touch.Of course, the book did have problems Serious problems that really affected the story s flow Previous books had problems with character misnamings, but not as bad as this one It gets really bad when a character is called the wrong name and the real owner of the name is in the same scene There are also some discontinuity For example, at one point, AuRon and Wistala are searching for clues to a mystery Their separate paths eventually join where they re battling trolls They withdraw and Wistala recovers from her injuries We go away for a chapter or two When we come back to them again, they re suddenly searching for Heiba s daughter No explanation of how they went from went from searching for clues to a mystery to searching for a character that had not been mentioned at all before this point or again afterward It s as if there was some passage that contained some important bit of information but was deleted, important bits and all.There s a similar occurrence where a character seems to suddenly turn dark side I appreciate twists as much as the next person, but there should be some sense to the twist.So, a very good book that s plagued by some serious problems Knight should have given it oneediting pass


  6. Erin Erin says:

    A very disappointing ending to a fantastic series The three dragon siblings join forces to save the world they helped to shape that is slowly decaying from corruption and abuse And that s all Sounds almost exciting, doesn t it Well, don t get your hopes upVery little of anything happens in the book it feels like a small bit of plot was stretched to fill a full length novel The little that does happen is not terribly exciting The big reveal of the big bad is not surprising, makes litt A very disappointing ending to a fantastic series The three dragon siblings join forces to save the world they helped to shape that is slowly decaying from corruption and abuse And that s all Sounds almost exciting, doesn t it Well, don t get your hopes upVery little of anything happens in the book it feels like a small bit of plot was stretched to fill a full length novel The little that does happen is not terribly exciting The big reveal of the big bad is not surprising, makes little sense, and comes so close to the end of the story that you are only given a chapter or two to accept the information before all is resolved in a very lackluster way For a lot of build up to what could have been a promising and exciting climax, all problems are solved very easily and quickly The epilogue was slapped on last minute, I ll bet, because even that is very unsatisfying, with littlethan a very brief summary of what became of the characters who survived the fight.The book must not have spent very long with an editor because it is filled with continuity errors and typos I loved this book series The first three books are some of my favorite books on my shelves and I reread them all the time But the second half of the series slid downhill very quickly Books four and five were at least a bit exciting and kept my attention this last one felt like a chore to get through I can t properly express my disappointment that such a wonderful series ended on such a dismal note


  7. Jonathan Beckett Jonathan Beckett says:

    This is the final book in this epic Dragon saga And I m still trying to recover myself from the ending It certainly doesnt stack up other final books of other other book series I have read but it was still pretty epic And very sad at the end as well The last book does something the others don t it delves into the perspectives of other dragons besides the three siblings I found this quite refreshing because I have always imagined how it would be like to read the events of the story in a var This is the final book in this epic Dragon saga And I m still trying to recover myself from the ending It certainly doesnt stack up other final books of other other book series I have read but it was still pretty epic And very sad at the end as well The last book does something the others don t it delves into the perspectives of other dragons besides the three siblings I found this quite refreshing because I have always imagined how it would be like to read the events of the story in a variety of perspectives and it actually happened Kudos to Knight for that The perspective keeps the tale really fresh throughout What I found interesting is the true antagonists are nt revealed untill the epic finale of this last book The chapters are quite long especially in the beginning, however if you have the patience to get through that you are truly in for a great read I found myself rooting for the Copper the whole time It s completly unjust what NiVom did to him in the end of the previous book after everything he has gone through I truly feel for himthan his siblings The book isn t the best in the series but if you enjoyed the previous books definatley give this one a go It s the awesome finale of a well done series about my favourite mythical creatures dragons


  8. Blind_guardian Blind_guardian says:

    While I ve thoroughly enjoyed this series, telling the stories of three dragon siblings as they emerge from the egg and make themselves a place in the world, this final volume feels a bit sloppy The series as a whole could benefit from athorough proofreader, with multiple typos, and the finale at the end of the book is such a hot mess you might think it s dragon vomit For the first time we get perspectives besides AuRon, Wistala and RuGaard, largely because Knight can t really be bothere While I ve thoroughly enjoyed this series, telling the stories of three dragon siblings as they emerge from the egg and make themselves a place in the world, this final volume feels a bit sloppy The series as a whole could benefit from athorough proofreader, with multiple typos, and the finale at the end of the book is such a hot mess you might think it s dragon vomit For the first time we get perspectives besides AuRon, Wistala and RuGaard, largely because Knight can t really be bothered to figure out a way to show us major players who are away from the action getting killed Still, despite a sloppy execution, the Age of Fire is endlessly fascinating and has been an amazing ride


  9. Dan Dan says:

    The series started out good but I found the last couple books kind of lost steam not to mention I didn t care for how things worked out Dunno but somehow I just had trouble having any sympathy for many of them.I like the three main characters but can t help feel conflicted about how it goes for them, on the one hand I want them to survive and flourish but on the other hand I found dragonkind kind of lacking but then so were most of the other races Take Rayg for example you can t blame him for The series started out good but I found the last couple books kind of lost steam not to mention I didn t care for how things worked out Dunno but somehow I just had trouble having any sympathy for many of them.I like the three main characters but can t help feel conflicted about how it goes for them, on the one hand I want them to survive and flourish but on the other hand I found dragonkind kind of lacking but then so were most of the other races Take Rayg for example you can t blame him for doing what he did and can t help but feel the dragons reaped what they sowed Another thing what about the red queen We learn very very little about her at all so there s some loose ends presumably forbooks All in all I am glad this is done and the series too


  10. Rachel Rachel says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Wow, was that a great adventure or what While many loose ends were tied in this epic saga, some remain open to interpretation.For example was the Lavadome really an alien spaceship designed for time travel Was Rayg somehow Ankelmere Are The Copper and his mate still alive Are trolls aliens These aren t bad open ended questions, rather ones the reader has to figure out for themselves something I rather like if done tactfully.One star was knocked off simply because after reading from a dra Wow, was that a great adventure or what While many loose ends were tied in this epic saga, some remain open to interpretation.For example was the Lavadome really an alien spaceship designed for time travel Was Rayg somehow Ankelmere Are The Copper and his mate still alive Are trolls aliens These aren t bad open ended questions, rather ones the reader has to figure out for themselves something I rather like if done tactfully.One star was knocked off simply because after reading from a dragon s perspective, I felt rather disgusted at being human If that was the author s intention then he succeeded


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Dragon Fate [BOOKS] ✪ Dragon Fate By E.E. Knight – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Scattered across a continent, three dragon siblings are among the last of a dying breed the final hope for their species survival After fighting a war that cost each of them kingdom and land, friends Scattered across a continent, three dragon siblings are among the last of a dying breed the final hope for their species survival After fighting a war that cost each of them kingdom and land, friends and family, honor and glory, the dragon siblings have removed themselves from the troubles of the world But the order they fought to establish is falling apart Ancient sorceries have been awakened Dragons battle dragons And men are taking up arms against their winged overlords Now, the three must unite once to save dragonkind from extinction, before the chaos and fire of war consume them alland the world with them.

    Dragon Fate PDF Ú Audio CD the troubles of the world But the order they fought to establish is falling apart Ancient sorceries have been awakened Dragons battle dragons And men are taking up arms against their winged overlords Now, the three must unite once to save dragonkind from extinction, before the chaos and fire of war consume them alland the world with them."/>
  • Audio CD
  • Dragon Fate
  • E.E. Knight
  • English
  • 01 April 2019
  • 1400115787

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