The Dragon of Time: Gods and Dragons

The Dragon of Time: Gods and Dragons

by Mr Aaron Dennis

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ISBN-13: 9781515063452
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 07/13/2015
Pages: 394
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.81(d)

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The Dragon of Time: Gods and Dragons 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The best fantasy Ive read in a long time. Very original
NikiNyan74 More than 1 year ago
Omg! I was not expecting this kind of story from The Dragon of Time, Gods and Dragons. Yes, It’s an action-packed, fantasy adventure, and yes, there’s a ton of action right at the beginning, a ton, but it seems to me that it was used to portray how savage the Zmajans are compared to the rest of the people of Tiamhaal. Meow-kay…let me back up! Scar is a mercenary. He is amnesiac, but can handle a blade better than anyone. He only wants to learn of his origins, and so Zoltek, king of the Zmajans—people who are in the worship of Zmaj, the All God, hires Scar to fight the Kulshedrans, people who worship the God of Truth, and in exchange, Zoltek is supposed to ask Zmaj about Scar, but…but…but…things are not simple Sigh, they never are, especially when big, burly, bald, muscley dudes are swingin’ swords at their enemies…. So, like, if you read the blurb, it hints at the fact that the Gods being worshipped might not be Gods, right? And it’s, like, called Gods and Dragons, so spoiler alert, most of the people in the world are unknowingly worshipping Dragons! They don’t even know it! Here’s the deal, Scar doesn’t really care about whatever he needs to do, so long as he can learn of his origins, but after a betrayal, he actually switches sides, and he starts fighting for King Gilgamesh of Satrone, worshipper of Kulshedra, but this is before anyone figures out that some of the Gods are Dragons, and then things just get down right crazy-cat! I won’t spoil the story because you have to read it. There’s a reason this fantasy “tail” of epic-cat proportions has mucho great reviews, and I guess it won some kind of contest, too, but shneriously, get this book.
3004Murray More than 1 year ago
A Fierce Fable Author, Aaron Dennis, writes eloquently and tells the story of an iconic mercenary named Scar, who finds himself engaging in a bloody battle. He cannot remember his past and this is really a tale about a mystic warrior’s journey of self-discovery. This book is not for the faint-hearted, it took me until the half way point before I became fully immersed. There are many names of strange lands and peoples to absorb and the fighting scenes are particularly brutal. The plot is not unusual but has something and keeps you reading. The notion that dragons could be evil and be influencing men, did not sit well with me but it is the essence of this unique tale so I soldiered on to the end of the book and was not disappointed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
271 nook pages. Scar has no past. He seems built to only kill. Dragons might be real. They might be gods. Whether just drgons or gods, they are going to find out what happens when Scar's wife is slayed.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved the book.