Requiem's Song

Requiem's Song

Daniel Arenson / May 22, 2019

Requiem s Song Weredragons men call them Monsters Cursed ones People who can turn into beastly reptiles In an ancient world just rising from darkness they are everywhere Some wander the plains with clans of mammot

  • Title: Requiem's Song
  • Author: Daniel Arenson
  • ISBN: 9781927601242
  • Page: 454
  • Format: ebook
  • Weredragons, men call them Monsters Cursed ones People who can turn into beastly reptiles.In an ancient world just rising from darkness, they are everywhere Some wander the plains with clans of mammoth hunters Others are born in riverside huts Some live across the ocean where seafaring tribes are discovering the secrets of bronze and writing in clay Everywhere theirWeredragons, men call them Monsters Cursed ones People who can turn into beastly reptiles.In an ancient world just rising from darkness, they are everywhere Some wander the plains with clans of mammoth hunters Others are born in riverside huts Some live across the ocean where seafaring tribes are discovering the secrets of bronze and writing in clay Everywhere their curse is the same people who can grow wings, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons.And everywhere, they are hunted They hide in forests and caves, dispersed Many are alone, unaware that others exist They are shunned, afraid, dying until a group of these lost souls binds together and stands tall.A blacksmith in a world of stone tools A mammoth hunter exiled from her tribe A traveling juggler and a wandering warrior An elderly druid and an outcast prince They are weredragons They are cursed and hunted Together they will forge a new tribe, a home for their kind A dawn of dragon rises The nation of Requiem is born.

    Requiem s Song Requiem Dawn of Dragons Book Kindle A compelling and interesting read I am a long time fan of dragons, so I ve been enjoying reading through Arenson s books This is a great origin story for the Virgin Requis, and for Requiem Daniel Arenson USA Today Bestselling Author of Fantasy Welcome to Requiem, an ancient kingdom whose people can grow wings and scales, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons The world of Requiem is explored in six trilogies, which you can read in any order Requiem Song of Dragons The Complete Trilogy Requiem Song of Dragons The Complete Trilogy Kindle edition by Daniel Arenson Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Requiem Song of Dragons The Complete Trilogy. Comics WhatCulture Film, TV, Gaming, Music, Comics Delivering passionate and comprehensive entertainment coverage to millions of users world wide each month. BootLedZ Live CD Title Comparisons Live At the Whisky A Go Go Empress Valley Eelgrass Empress Valley debuted this show in late Eelgrass made a direct copy of Empress, and shares the same micro cut repeats found in Babe and Lemon Song. Spartan Ops Halopedia, the Halo encyclopedia In February , the UNSC Infinity is dispatched to reclaim Requiem from the occupying Covenant forces Once there, Infinity engages in combat with the Covenant fleet, and deploys ground forces, including Fireteams Majestic and Crimson as well as detachments of Marine, Navy, Air Force and Army forces on Requiem The Spartan fireteams run through a series of search and destroy, rescue Review Tallis Scholars at the Bella an unforgettable The Tallis Scholars concluded their international War and Peace spring tour April at the Bella Concert Hall with a concert hosted by Luminous Voices and Mount Royal University that all of NetRhythms A to Z Album Reviews The Bad Shepherds By Hook Or By Crook Monsoon Transfiguring punk classics into folk songs, those who hadn t actually heard the debut album by Adrian Edmondson, Maartin Allcock, Andy Dinan, and Troy Donockley might have thought it was a bit of a gimmick. Librarian Halopedia, the Halo encyclopedia Biography Early life Born First Light Weaves Living Song, she received the name Librarian from her teachers because she enjoyed traveling through great stores of knowledge She first met the Didact on Charum Hakkor before the human Forerunner wars Initially, the Didact s fellow Promethean, Endurance of Will, contended the Librarian as the Didact s wife to be. South American Progressive Rock CDs kinesiscd Kinesis is a CD music DVD mailorder specializing in progressive rock Anachronos Anachronos . Anachronos Aqu y Afuera . SALE Aqu y Afuera is the debut by an symphonic prog band from Chile, instrumental on this first album Being a young band, the drummer and especially the guitarist play in the metal idiom half the time, but it is keyboardist Alonso Quijada that

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        Daniel Arenson is a bookworm, proud geek, and USA Today bestselling author of fantasy and science fiction His novels have sold over a million copies The Huffington Post has called his writing full of soul He s written over forty novels, most of them in five series EARTHRISE They came from deep space They came to destroy us Against the alien onslaught, Earth stands alone But we will fight We will rise We will win Start reading with Earth Alone, the first novel in this military science fiction series REQUIEM Welcome to Requiem, an ancient kingdom whose people can grow wings and scales, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons Requiem is explored in six trilogies, which can be read in any order If you re new to Requiem, you can start reading with Requiem s Song you can download it for free For fans of dark, gritty fantasy like A Game of Thrones MOTH Discover Moth, a world torn between day and night its one half drenched in eternal daylight, the other cloaked in endless darkness For fans of classic fantasy worlds such as Middle Earth and Narnia Start reading with Moth, the first novel in this epic fantasy saga ALIEN HUNTERS Got trouble with aliens Call the Alien Hunters A group of scruffy mercenaries, they ll remove the pest for you Low rates No questions asked Start reading with Alien Hunters, the first book in this space opera series For fans of Star Wars, Firefly, and Guardians of the Galaxy KINGDOMS OF SAND Enter a world of sand and splendor, a world where gladiators battle in the arena, where legionaries and barbarians fight for glory, and where empires rise and fall.


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    1. These notes apply pretty much for the whole series.Some good things:- Daniel Arenson can make a battle feel very alive and exciting - lots of action and imaginative description of how a battle might play out.- The concept for the series, with people who are persecuted because they can shift between a human and dragon form, is rich with potential and pretty interesting.- The description of demons and dragons was quite visually stimulating, I could definitely see these creatures.That is all. Serio [...]


    2. This is the first book I've read of Daniel Arenson, and it will be the last. Just because you throw words together with a little bit of dragons and magic doesn't make a fantasy artist, and Arenson is no artist.Too much violence, too little plot, too much emotion, not enough character development. The events are not believable, the script is filled with discrepancies. There are details that do not make sense, for example saying that someone was punched in the cheek but then in the next sentence t [...]


    3. Excellent Plot!The title didn’t suggest anything to me at all in the beginning but as I read the book it became clear to me that it was a song of freedom for the weredragons. This was my first fantasy read and I’m not disappointed. I tend to read books that leans closer to reality and shy away from books that are difficult to imagine or out of my comfort zone. For the first half of the book I was hooked on to the different imagery and characters in the book, but after that I was terribly dis [...]


    4. Daniel Arenson became my favorite fantasy author since the day I read "song of Dragons"I think even if you did not read the first trilogy you can still love this new one. The story sounds very prehistoric. Rocs, Sabertooth tigers and I havent seen mammoths yet but I am sure they will appear in the next book. This the beginning of the Vir Requis and how built their empire. Five dragons joined forces to create a home for those who can grow wings, breath fire and fly as dragons. It is really intere [...]


    5. 5.3.2017 - 3,5*Člověk by řekl, že kniha tak brutalní a přesto s dobrým dějem, skvělými bojovými scénami, tak živými popisy (a věřte mi, místy bych se bez toho obešla. Třeba jen démoni? Oh my.) a charaktery, kterým fandíte a sledujete je se zatajeným dechem, taková kniha by ode mě měla dostat pět.Ne?Problém je, že ta kniha je tak brutální a zaměřená na akci, a pouze akci, že to opomíná vše ostatní. Charaktery jsou fatalistické a drží jednu myšlenku, a po [...]


    6. I'm not sure what to think about this book, like many of the other reviewers here. Although I read this book in one sitting, it was mainly because I had a seven-hour train journey to get through, and, honestly, the writing is fairly decent, for the most part.There are several other good parts of the story: - the idea is very unique. People who can turn into dragons is something that hasn't been done often before and, unlike other reviewers, I feel that the hatred towards them isn't that unrealis [...]


    7. I originally rated this book higher, however after a few days of reflection, I realized I didn't really enjoy it at all. I love stories about dragons, but this wasn't so much about dragons (or people who can morph into dragons) as it was about abuse and violence. There might have been one or pages with a happy thought, otherwise everyone (and I mean everyone) was either starved, beaten, locked up, burned, ripped apart, raped, eaten by demons, self-flagellated, or some combination of the above an [...]


    8. This book was a HUGE surprise. I honestly had very low expectations based on both the cover art and the synopsis. The cover art because, while it's a cool looking dragon, it really made me think this was going to be kind of a cheesy young adult styled novel. Then, when I first started, the main character that it started with was a young girl (10 I think). But that whole idea quickly changed around when (view spoiler)[the main character's mother was being burned at the stake in a pretty graphic s [...]


    9. I woke up in the middle of the night, unable to sleep because my mind was going with just too much. As always, reading is the best solution for me, it calms my mind allows me to focus on just the bookI started Requiem's Songd I was focused too much. I did not go back to sleep. Daylight came and I did not go to work either. I kept reading. I have loved all of the Requiem books, and this one takes us back to the beginning, how Requiem was founded, where the term Vir Requis came from. In so many of [...]


    10. As I got this book for free, I'll give an honest review. I found that with so many POVs, it made the beginning of the book confusing and hard to follow. There wasn't any plot twists and I didn't find the build up tense or exciting, if there was a build up.The reason why I didn't just give this book a one star is because the concept was, I found, fresh and interesting. Maybe there are other books about weredragons, but as I don't usually read these kinds of books, I don't know.


    11. I honestly don't know how I feel about this book. Requiem's Song was many things, though I'm not sure 'fun' or 'enjoyable' were among them. I actually received this eBook for free after signing up for the author, Daniel Arenson's, mailing list, and I'm a little glad that I didn't spend money on it.The story predominantly focuses on the rise of Requiem, a tribe composed of people who had been dubbed 'weredragons.' As their name may imply, weredragons are men with the ability to shape-shift into d [...]


    12. -One-dimensional characters-Characters which were not lovable, even the "heroes"-Weird plot-Many unnecessary plot elements-Jumbled writing-Too many plotlines-Confusing descriptionsAs you can see, I had many problems with this book. I don't think I've ever given a book 1 star before, but there's a first time for everything. If I wanted to compare Requiem's Song to anything, I guess I would say it's like Seraphina, but Seraphina was better executed in a million different ways. Don't read this, rea [...]


    13. Good StartWhile I did find the idea of weredragons appealing, and the plot pretty good, I did find the repetition of descriptions of people and places a bit tedious. I did enjoy Laura's character arc as well as Jeid's. I found Meav to be one dimensional, but I have hope for her character growing in the upcoming books.And now I am off to read Requiem's Hope.


    14. Dragons and demonsI read the full story but not sure if I liked it. Too over the top with violence and general nastiness. The characters were like exaggerated cartoon characters, the evil king, the good princess, the wicked queen of the demons, the trying to be a hero boy etc. I am sure lot's of readers will like this though so give it a go, if you like that sort of thing.


    15. There's a lot more vivid gore, violence, and ugly in this book than I generally like to read, but my curiosity for where this story was going won out and I stuck it through. I'm not sure that its enough to have me read more though.


    16. Awful narratorI would have enjoyed the story much more if the narrator had not over-acted most of the lines. Too bad



    17. BrilliantAnother great read by Daniel, enjoyed it no end and a great start to Requiem looking forward to the next nook




    18. I've had the paperback version of this book forever and enjoyed reading another of Anderson's books (Moth), so I figured I'd give it a go. It was an enjoyable read. There were a couple things that didn't make sense to me, but they were minor and few between. There were also a couple of gag-me-now moments that made bile rise in my throat, but they were necessary to building the main antagonist into who he was and setting us up for the sequel.


    19. Weredragons, cursed reptiles, dangerous fire breathers, flying monsters, hunted and reviled, burned alive when captured.New stars appear blazing in the night sky. Forming the shape of a dragon, the constellation Draco is born. With the new stars comes a change, a curse, an evil sickness overcomes many. Hiding in shame, these poor souls gained a foul magic - the ability to transform into monsters, reptiles. They could become . . . Dragons!Laira and her mother stole into the woods, far enough from [...]



    20. The book really started losing me when the writer made such a drawn-out point of a character being starving and weak and small but she was able to ride and control a large, flying mount and shoot an arrow with no training or experience. I gave up at around the 18% mark (of the trilogy, not the book), tired of and bored with all the beatings and injuries and and and.


    21. Requiem's Song is the first book I've read by Daniel Arenson and, being honest, I wasn't sure about it after a couple of chapters. After a few more chapters I had made up my mind; it's a great book.As always I'll try to avoid spoilers.The story is formed from multiple point of view characters, each unique in their motivations and voice providing a wonderful contrast to one another and creating a great flow for the story.The book centres around, if you hadn't guessed by the cover, dragons. Or to [...]


    22. I enjoyed this series, the world is great and the concept of weredragons sucked me right in. I'm a huge fan of the dragonlore of Warcraft and these books are very similar in terms of Demon Wars and Dragons hidden in human form. It's hard to say what I love about it without giving spoilers so I'll just have to say that although I'm about to have a whine about what I don't like about it it gets 3 stars overall. I've given far less stars for worse writing, the only thing that saves this one is the [...]


    23. If you read self-published fantasy, you're going to get self-published fantasy. Arenson is a visual, action-focused author, and when he is handling battle scenes, his skill shines. The demons are legitimately creepy, creative, and evocative. Its everything else that sucks. Dialogue is repetitive and stiff. Characters are cartoonishly evil and one-dimensional. There's no development over time. The big reveals are telegraphed a mile away. If you like violence, you'll enjoy this, but there's not mu [...]


    24. Not sure how I got the book musta been a freebie but really enjoyed it. Interesting take on dragons and all that jazz. Very dark


    25. Mit Requiem's Song habe ich eine schwierige Beziehung, was mitunter dazu führte, dass ich sehr lange benötigte, um den Roman zu beenden.Die Grundidee ist an sich interessant und birgt recht viel Potential, doch irgendwie will bei mir beim Lesen kein Gefühl von Handlung einstellen. Es geschehen einfach Dinge, zu 95 Prozent sogar sehr schreckliche Dinge, doch sie berühren nicht. Die Charakter sind an sich zwar distinktiv, in ihren Motiven jedoch viel zu ähnlich. Insgesamt leiden die Charakter [...]


    26. Were the Vir Requis always around? In this first installment of the Dawn of Dragons trilogy, you find out how the people of Requiem come to be. In a time far away, when the Draco Constellation first gifted mankind with the magic of dragons, they were an unknown and disliked phenomenon. Persecuted, all they desired was to be accepted and to start a tribe of their own. We are introduced to pockets of newfound dragons who all seem to think that they are the only one of their kind. Dare they hope th [...]


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