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[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Dragon Token (Dragon Star, #2) ❤ Melanie Rawn – Eiyo.us

The Dragon Token (Dragon Star, #2) Till Now The Beleaguered Forces Of The High Prince Have Been Forced To Retreat, Leaving Abandoned Castles And Towns To Desecration And Destruction At Enemy Hands But The Time For Retreat Is Coming To An End, And Prince Pol And Maarken His Most Valued General And Fellow Sunrunner Must Rally Their Forces In A Desperate Attempt To Halt The Advance Of The Unknown Invaders Army But Ancient Rivalries Begin To Weaken Their Alliance As Several Of The Princes Seize This Opportunity To Further Their Own Ambitions Only Time Will Tell Whether Those Loyal To The High Prince S Cause Can Defeat Both The Foreign Invaders And The Betrayers Within Their Own Ranks.And As Pol Leads His Troops Forth To Fight A New Kind Of Warfare, Andry, The Sunrunner Lord Of Goddess Keep, Is Also Determined To Take The Attack To The Enemy To Claim Vengeance For Loved Ones Slain, And To Protect His Sunrunners From This Mysterious Foe Which Has Sworn To Slay All Workers Of Magic.Yet The Invaders, Too, Have An Agenda For Conquest, And They Are Readying To Strike At The Very Heart Of The Desert, Stealing Treasures Which Andry And Pol Would Pay Any Price To Reclaim Even If The Price Should Prove To Be Their Lives

[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Dragon Token (Dragon Star, #2)  ❤ Melanie Rawn – Eiyo.us
  • Hardcover
  • 592 pages
  • The Dragon Token (Dragon Star, #2)
  • Melanie Rawn
  • English
  • 26 July 2018
  • 0886774934

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ☉ The Dragon Token (Dragon Star, #2) ❤ Melanie Rawn – Eiyo.us


  1. says:

    I kept reading because I ve invested so much time in this entire series, but I started losing track of who was who The characters keep getting named after previous characters, or versions of previous char...


  2. says:

    Oh god oh god oh god.Have to read some things for deadlines and work before I start the last one I think I need a few days to recover from the emotional devastation, too.


  3. says:

    Is this where George R.R Martin got his inspiration for a huge cast of characters that get killed An island invaded from across the pond by ruthless barbarians I wish Rawn would stop killing people I like I wish Martin would stop killing people I like I have been spoiled by less realistic fantasy War is hell, Rawn depicts that well Without gratuitous gore She is very good at giving one a sense of the character s humanity through intimate family scenes and then she kills them off Overa Is this where George R.R Martin got his inspiration for a huge cast of characters that get killed An island invaded from across the pond by ruthless barbarians I wish Rawn would stop killing people I like I wish Martin would stop killing people I like I have been spoiled by less realistic fantasy War is hell, Rawn depicts that well W...


  4. says:

    I must say this one was pretty engrossing A good feeling that almost matched up to the first trilogy It s the middle book of a trilogy though so there s not much going on in terms what s really behind the reason of the war It slike a regroup and lull before the storm.The pacing is great and although there s a lot of perspective jumps, did not find it confusing in the least What I find rather remarkable is that despite having so many characters in the spotlight, and all over the world, I must say this one was pretty engrossing A good feeling that almost matched up to the first trilogy It s the middle book of a trilogy though so there s not much going on in terms what s rea...


  5. says:

    I might try to come back to this series, but in all honesty, it was getting boring Too many straight white people Too many characters that I didn t care about, making them too hard to keep track of.My biggest pet peeve in fantasy is too many characters with similar names This series is one of the worst at it Pol and Polev, Rohan and Rohannon and Rihani, Sioned and Sionell and Sioneva, Tobin and Tobren and Torien, Chay and Chayla and Chaynal and Chayly Seriously It s great that your charac I might try to come back to this series, but in all honesty, it was getting boring Too many straight white people Too many characters that I didn t care about, making them too hard to keep track of.My biggest pet peeve in fantasy is too many characters with similar names This series is one of the worst at it Pol and Polev, Rohan and Rohannon and Rihani, Sioned and Sionell and Sioneva, Tobin and Tobren and Torien, Chay and Chayla and Chaynal and Chayly Seriously It s great that yo...


  6. says:

    The whole story was just too busy Yes, I should have read the first book in the series before I tried this one Still, I should have been able to get enough names straight that it wasn t a surprise who killed who.


  7. says:

    Finally finished this long, involved book Lots of war, betrayal, bravery, sacrifice The final confrontation between High Prince Pol and the High Warlord awaits in the next book.


  8. says:

    Will review at www.fantasyliterature.com.


  9. says:

    I have a lot of shelves on here Most of them are for broad categories, like genres or the medium in which I read the book, but others are for elements within the novel I love looking at my mountains shelf, where all the books that for some reason or another featured mountains will be housed What other shelf could you find both Heidi and At the Mountains of Madness next to each other I clicked on 3 different elements for this novel, only to change my mind None of them were featured enough f I have a lot of shelves on here Most of them are for broad categories, like genres or the medium in which I read the book, but others are for elements within the novel I love looking at my mountains shelf, where all the books that for some reason or another featured mountains will be housed What other shelf could you find both Heidi and At the Mountains of Madness next to each other I clicked on 3 different elements for this novel, only to change my mind None of them were featured enough for it to warrant making it on the shelf Mountains were there but it wasn t really about crossing mountains, or being cold and tired It was the characters involved and what they were working towards that mattered It s a war novel, so sure there are a lot of horses I have a horses shelf, of course , but even though two of them...


  10. says:

    From the PFS Book ClubWhat I Liked Rawn continues to deliver what she does best a mixture of great characters with opposing motivations and lots of action and intrigue The plot moves rather quickly, bouncing back and forth between characters, and gives a grand scope that most fantasy novels can t amount to The world building aspects of the previous books definitely help here.The other main str...

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