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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 faRequiem. 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....

Title : Dragons Lost
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ISBN : 24542649
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 275 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Dragons Lost Reviews

  • Mary Myers-Huff Barger
    2019-02-05 18:15

    I love Daniel's books. This one was just a great as his other Requiem books.The 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.Bringing 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

  • Denae Christine
    2019-02-16 18:16

    Started good, became awfulAt first, I was so excited because this was another dragon shifter book, was an epic fantasy, and had secret identities. Perfect.Then it went wrong. Characters started having sex, then more, sexual slavery, and rape. I don't even know how many euphemisms there were for sex in this book. I wanted adventure and danger and sword fights, and I got some of that but mostly I got extremely lewd characters. Side characters, main characters, bad guys, all of them.The author started to draw a distinction between sex and love, but it didn't fix the story. Actually, none of the characters were anything close to being in love (there's no way Gemini can sleep with a different woman each night and still claim to love another, and there's no way Fi's sister can pretend she has real love for the enemy hunting her family).Oh, and they made some stupid decisions (shifting in front of paladins? Attacking Mercy for no reason?).And how do run out of paper after 47 books when you were going to make 100? Does this mean you have 53 books that have all but one page? A printing press doesn't start over for each book; you do one page at a time.Gross and inappropriate. I skimmed the last few chapters, and there was more of the same. And ended on what was supposed to be a cliff-hanger and surprise, but I had guessed it from earlier.

  • MEG Munro
    2019-02-21 17:15

    EXCELLENT as expectedI have read all of this author's books and if you read this then I highly recommend you go back and read all of Dragon books in order.This latest story starts at time when dragons are few and far between.The main characters are in a bad place most of the time; and this includes the bad guys and girls too.I strongly recommend that you take your time and get to know this author much better. He has the ability to draw you deep into his storytelling.

  • Karen E. Black
    2019-02-12 18:12

    Once again Requiem sings to our soulsOnce again we are transported to a land of which Dragons live and struggle to be free! This is another of Daniel's books you won't be able to out down before you're finished (I didn't) Looking forward to book two, Requiem may your stars forever shine bright!

  • Matthew Firman
    2019-01-30 17:10

    as always Mr Arenson gives us another fantastic read and glimpse into the world of dragons and fire "Requiem" an amazing world, follow young cade, domi, korvin, fidelity in their fight against the cured temple, but as always my only complaint with Mr Arenson's work, is that it ends.

  • Thomas Hoyt
    2019-01-28 17:22

    Ironic!All I can say is WOW! I can't wait to read the next book. I wonder what will happen now.

  • williamGoodrow
    2019-02-01 20:35

    Dragons LostI enjoyed this book, than again I like dragons and this man's writing. Enjoyable and moved right along nicely. Nice read, enjoy.

  • Michael Hullock
    2019-02-22 20:14

    I like some of the ideas in this book, but the character writing, for me, is really poor. I can some what excuse a teenager 'falling in love' too quickly and/or apparently with different people as being a sign or their age. When a older person who can recognise the difference between lust and love, falls in love with someone they have known for 5 minutes, I'm out. Let me be clear on this as well, this isn't a 'I've waited all my life for you because I know I needed the one' love. This is a, I have a had several loves in the past and since were both dragon people I apparently love you even though we just met and you basically got me killed, kind of love...

  • Mitchell
    2019-02-18 19:36

    This book was recommended to me in one of those personalized Facebook ads on my news feed. While I have had some success with those book recommendations, this was not one of them. Apparently there are SO MANY DOWNLOADS of this book from Amazon, but it really didn't do it for me. I thought the premise was interesting: the people living in this particular country are sometimes born as were-dragons, I guess is the way to describe them. These were-dragons used to fill the country and rule over the land. However there was a rebellion and witch (dragon) hunt, leaving a new elite in charge with a new religion and purpose: seek out all the were-dragons and cure or kill them. I have read many many books by many many authors over the years. I certainly appreciate the work and creativity that goes into writing a book. However, the aspects that felt like flaws to me in this book were just too much for me to get into the book. I felt that the characters were simply not believable. Too many choices that made no sense. I felt like he was trying to show different sides of the characters to make it not too black and white, but it came across as wild mood/personality swings that wrecked any understanding of the character. I felt that the passage of time was out of whack. Were the characters traveling for a week? A month? A day? It was all just too much for me. Maybe the next books get better, but I doubt I will be giving them a try.

  • A.J. Martinez
    2019-02-04 16:29

    As expected from Daniel Arenson.The story continues hundreds of years later in what once was Requiem.This is the fourth trilogy of Requiem and as much as I like the series and given this book a five star review I would like to say that I still believe "DragonWar" was the best trilogy of Requiem.Dragon's lost was good however, I felt as though I went back to the first trilogy of Song of Dragons and Dawn and Dragons where the Vir Requis are trying to survive ( with a new twist). When I first picked up this book I thought Daniel was going to introduce us to new lands but it just seems like the Vir Requis are being stripped of their magic. Still a good story but since I have been a long time reader I feel is becoming repetitive. If you have not read any of Daniel Arenson's dragon books, You will love this one and all the others. I recommend Song of Dragons and Dragonwar. The characters seem to reincarnate in each new trilogy, which I really like. I think this will be the last trilogy of Requiem that Daniel Arenson will write. I must say I have never read a book about dragons that was this good. Most books about dragons are usually about either dragon hunters or dragon riders. Daniel murdered the cliche by making people turn into dragons themselves. Which is awesome. Buy this book and read it. Trust me you wont regretted.

  • Denise R. Smith
    2019-02-14 20:14

    Extremely IntenseBefore I read the next book in the series, I must read something light and fun. This book is filled with such horror and cruelty, and such mean villains, it makes my heart hurt for the victims. After I read the second book, I'll again read something light and fun. Well developed storyline and characters.

  • Elizabeth
    2019-01-23 18:17

    This book is awful. It sounded like such a fun plot, but it is poorly written. The pacing is off, no tension is very built, the characters change their minds/personalities randomly and do things that make no sense for their character to do, the more adult moments are written like it by a pre-teen.

  • Kate Page
    2019-02-09 14:20

    A Book Bub freebie. I thought the writing was pretty poor. Clunky, with a limited and repetitive use of language. The characters are all a bit stereotyped and one-dimensional. The plotting is quite pacy and engaging, if not terribly original, and not enough to compensate for its other weaknesses. Won't be reading any more.

  • Connie Fogg-Bouchard
    2019-02-05 15:09

    a cure before dyingthere are no Vir Requis. the Pure have seen to that. yet why does the Kong's pillar stand? living a lie and trying to preserve the truth is difficult for those on the wing but death might have other plans

  • Renia Carsillo
    2019-02-07 18:24

    This was an interesting story, but in the end couldn't hold my attention.