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Twilight of the Dragons By Andy Remic

Twilight of the Dragons

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Hi-octane fantasy from the natural successor to David Gemmell; sequel to The Dragon Engine.
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Twilight of the Dragons by Andy Remic

During a recent dwarf civil-war deep under the Karamakkos Mountains, the magick-enslaved dragonlords have broken free from centuries of imprisonment and slaughtered tens of thousands throughout the Five Havens before exploding from the mountain and heading in fire and vengeance for the lands of Vagandrak. Two once-noble war heroes of Vagandrak ' Dakeroth and his wife Jonti Tal, an archer and scholar, the Axeman, the White Witch and a Kaalesh combat expert find themselves in a unique position: for they have discovered the ancient dragon city of Wyrmblood, and a thousand unhatched dragon eggs.Dakeroth and his companions must work with their enemies, Skalg and the Church of Hate, in order to bring down the dragonlords and save the world of men and dwarves. But there is no bartering with these ancient dragons; for they seek to hatch their eggs and rebuild the cruel Wyrmblood Empire of legend.File Under: Fantasy [ Hatchlings and Hatchets | Chop-chop! | Give Love a Chance | Dragons vs Wolves ]

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Twilight of the Dragons Reviews


"If you like your fantasy kick arse, epic, dark and just all around awesome, jump into book two of The Blood Dragon Empire." - Shelf Inflicted; "A fun, foul-mouthed, frantic sequel to The Dragon Engine and The White Towers." - Beauty in Ruins; "A fantastic book that I couldn't fault in any way." - Two Nerds Talking; "All in all, Twilight of the Dragons was an undeniably brutal, no-holds barred grimdark, which grabs a reader by the throat and never lets go." - Bookwraiths; "Twilight of the Dragons is undeniably brutal and uncompromising, but it is also completely engrossing...Remic has successfully out Remic'ed himself. Most impressive." - The Eloquent Page; "No-holds-barred epic fantasy for a mature audience." - The Speculative Herald; "A massively entertaining romp of thrilling action." - Reading Lamp; "Brilliant. Remic is a fantasy genius." - Morpheus Tales; "A bold, brash, bloody story." - Beauty In Ruins; "True villains, great heroes, tons of fighting, action and GREAT STUFF. Wonderfully fun fantasy for GROWN FOLK... yes, that's you. Give Andy Remic your money, seriously... go buy the whole series, then find his other books, buy them too." - Shelf Inflicted; "Remic is an excellent writer. He brings these scenes alive on the page. He can create an atmosphere of light hearted camaraderie and banter in one paragraph and then go to overwhelming despair the next and he is an expert at putting your emotions through the wringer." - Lynn's Books; "The author brings his A-grade storytelling skills to bear and unveils a pacy, action driven plot that is easy to get completely engrossed in. I could wax lyrical about Andy Remic's writing all day." - The Eloquent Page; "I have to applaud author Andy Remic for his amazing, vibrant and beautifully descriptive writing style. He paints such a vivid picture that I could almost SEE the events in the book unfolding in front of my eyes. This is a fantastic book that I couldn't fault in any way." - Two Nerds Talking; "Remic once more manages to take the story off into a completely different direction right at the end, leaving me fascinated as to what happens next." - Brainfluff; "Remic continues to wow his readers with an effective blend of gore and humour. With no shortage of daggers to the eye or split-second decapitations, fans of grimdark fantasy will have no reason to complain. Toss in the affable camaraderie of the heroes and you can rest assured that this book will not disappoint." - Cowering King; Praise and Reviews for The Dragon Engine:; "Readers who appreciate a more mature, more adult, no-hold-barred kind of fantasy that rivals any big screen R-rated action flick will once again find a lot to enjoy here." - The Speculative Herald; "Pulse-pounding and exciting." - Talk Wargaming; "The author brings his A-grade storytelling skills to bear and unveils a pacy, action driven plot that is easy to get completely engrossed in. I could wax lyrical about Andy Remic's writing all day." - The Eloquent Page; "Remic casted a spell with this one, and if you haven't experienced his take on grimdark, you really should give this one a try." - Book Wraiths; "Remic manages to pace the opening of the story perfectly, dropping the reader enough context not to feel lost, then ramping up into moments of action which are genuinely gripping." - Sci-Fi and Fantasy Reviews; "Remic is clearly a writer right at the top of his game." - BrainFluff; "This was a highly enjoyable book, well worth reading. It's unapologetically fantasy - The good guys are our heroes, the bad guys are unabashedly evil, and there's adventures and fights and sneaking into people's homes while they're presumably out to take all their stuff. I thoroughly enjoyed it." - Inkspot Fancy; "Wonderfully vibrant and detailed." - Two Nerds Talking; "An impressively bloody novel." - Terror Tree

About Andy Remic


ANDY REMIC is a British writer with a love of ancient warfare, mountain climbing and sword fighting. Once a member of the Army of Iron, he has since retired from a savage world of blood-oil magick and gnashing vachines, and works as an underworld smuggler of rare dog-gems in the seedy districts of Falanor. In his spare time, he writes out his fantastical adventures.

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GOR007756553
Twilight of the Dragons by Andy Remic
Andy Remic
The Blood Dragon Empire
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Watkins Media
2016-09-01
400
0857664565
9780857664563
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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