A Night of Dragon Wings (Requiem: Dragonlore, #3)

A Night of Dragon Wings (Requiem: Dragonlore, #3)

by Daniel Arenson

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Dragonlore, the bestselling fantasy series beginning with A Dawn of Dragonfire, concludes with a tale of blood, steel, and flame.


Requiem burns. Her marble columns lie shattered. Queen Solina's army sweeps across the land, searching to kill every last dragon.

Among the ruins, Requiem's dragons plan a desperate attack. To survive, they must strike Solina at the heart of her desert empire. Yet as Requiem rallies, Solina raises her cruelest champions yet.

The nephilim, the spawn of demons and their mortal brides, have languished underground for epochs. Giants of rotted flesh, razor fangs, and clawed wings, they crave to crush the world that imprisoned them. When Queen Solina frees this unholy legion, the nephilim marshal under her banners... and swarm into Requiem.

Requiem's light dims. Her hope is but a flicker in an endless night. As ancient evil engulfs the world, Requiem's dragons roar, blow their fire, and fly to their last stand.



Requiem: Dawn of Dragons
Book 1: Requiem's Song
Book 2: Requiem's Hope
Book 3: Requiem's Prayer

Requiem: Song of Dragons
Book 1: Blood of Requiem
Book 2: Tears of Requiem
Book 3: Light of Requiem

Requiem: Dragonlore
Book 1: A Dawn of Dragonfire
Book 2: A Day of Dragon Blood
Book 3: A Night of Dragon Wings

Requiem: The Dragon War
Book 1: A Legacy of Light
Book 2: A Birthright of Blood
Book 3: A Memory of Fire

Requiem: Requiem for Dragons
Book 1: Dragons Lost
Book 2: Dragons Reborn
Book 3: Dragons Rising

Requiem: Flame of Requiem
Book 1: Forged in Dragonfire
Book 2: Crown of Dragonfire
Book 3: Pillars of Dragonfire

Requiem: Dragonfire Rain
Book 1: Blood of Dragons
Book 2: Rage of Dragons
Book 3: Flight of Dragons

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151751810
Publisher: Moonclipse
Publication date: 04/18/2013
Series: Requiem: Dragonlore , #3
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 865,425
File size: 1 MB

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A Night of Dragon Wings (Dragonlore, Book 3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
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Daniel continues his look at the world of Vir Requis in this final book of the Dragonlore Series. The characters are well developed, the storyline is consistent. That's my "reviewers take"... Now for my "Readers Take": I'm totally hooked on this series, and have read them all. Daniel takes great care in keeping the history from the first trilogy wound into the second. Overall I find this book, and it's predecessors a great read. If you're even in the least a fan of Dragons and other mythical creatures, and want to see them not in Dungeons and Castles, read these books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Young fillies and colts slept calmly as they fidgeted in their beds, dreaming of a warm home in this town without a name. On the walls hung old, crusty pictures of the pony sisters, in their younger ages. Above each bed was a picture of Luna, a form of saying 'sweet dreams' in this town. The place was actually very tidy, althouh old and somewhat creaky. Among all of the fillies and colts was an unusual blue unicorn filly, with a long mane combed in a strange way. They were all tired of this place, however grateful they were for shelter. This fillies name was Dragon Wing, found eith a dragons scale stuck on her horn in a fire. Like everypony else here, she had no parents, and no recognition of any. Dragon yawned, waking as the sun rose. This was usually her time to wake up. Her tired attitude soon left as she heard the roaring of dragons in the distance. She scurried out of bed, her only fairly strong levitation magoc quickly wrapping her up in a scarf. Darting out she laughed on the cold air, feeling the slight warm draft of the volcano in the distance. It was unusual, for they lived near a magma covered mountain inhe winter. But Dragon could care much less. They had a poor veiw of Canterlot, but Dragons strange eyes could pick out Celestia raising the sun. She liked thos tims of day, when shewas alone. Just her, and Celestia. She flinched, eyes widenong as the thump of wings came toward her. Dragons never came to this town! The only time was when Dragon Wings parents.... She smiled widely, her back legs kicking her into the air, landing on the red dragons snout. It growled, shaking her off with ease. It continued to the village. Wings eyes narrowed. "Hey! Stop it!" The filly screamed stubbornly. Several villagers rushed out, familiar woth the ftiendly fillies voice. "Dragon Wing?" One of them asked calmly, until their ears heard the sound of fire crackling. The dragon landed with a roar. Dragon Wing jumped up again, scrambling up the dragon. Her eyes narrowed, but then released into an easy state. She lowered her horn, whoch was glowing. This was unusual... she could hear the dragon! She released her grip on the dragons mind. "Mr, why are you attacking?" The strange filly asked. The dragon stopped, hearing a pony speak into his mind. Dragon looked confused, at her mouth not movong. Her horn was still working its magic. Luna and Celestia rushed to the village, for it was theor rask to protect their citezens. However, their job was being done. Dragon Wing was perched on the dragons snout, her scarf blowing in the air as the dragon rushed around stomping out his fires. Luna hovered in front of Dragon Wing with amazed eyes. Wing smiled wodely at her princess, bowing clumbsily. "Please. Come woth me to Canterlot, My Little Pony." And so Dragon Wing became Lunas faithful student, and the town earned a name, after the dragon and filly of course, their saviors! ((Please leave ratings, i would appreciate comments. This id her back story, and also kinda a fanfic.))
Breaux7 More than 1 year ago
A must read book!