Dragon Rule

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  • E.E. Knight
  • 23 July 2019
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Dragon RuleDragon Rule eBook ´ Ebook dragon download, rule pdf, Dragon RuleDragon Rule ePUBScattered across a continent, three dragon siblings are among the last of a dying breed Wistala, sister to the Copper who is now Emperor of the Upper World, has long thought humans the equal of dragons She leads the Firemaids, fierce female fighting dragons who support the Hominids of Hypatia Which puts her at odds with both her brothers, for the Copper has no use for the humans he now dominates, and AuRon, the rare scaleless grey, would isolate himself and his family from both the world of men and the world of dragons But as the Copper s empire roils with war, greed, and treachery, the time is fast approaching when Wistala will have to choose who to stand with and fight for.

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10 thoughts on “Dragon Rule

  1. Dustin says:

    This book has less battles and bloodshed and focuses on the politics of the conquered world and the results of the emotional conflicts of the siblings that have built up over the previous books.The Copper works to complete his empire so he can give up position as Tyr before he is forced from it While AuRon deals with present problems after his world is turned upside down or at least on its side as his brother takes all that he loves from him Wistala fears for the future and tries to protect th This book has less battles and bloodshed and focuses on the politics of the conquered world and the results of the emotional conflicts of the siblings that have built up over the previous books.The Copper works to complete his empire so he can give up position as Tyr before he is forced from it While AuRon deals with present problems after his world is turned upside down or at least on its side as his brother takes all that he loves from him Wistala fears for the future and tries to protect the humanoid races from the selfish intentions of her brother s alliance while serving as his queen consort.This book is full of emotional conflict and tension so that the series comes to a climatic end in Dragon Fate which is a very fitting title considering how this book ends My only complaint is that it was short 300 pages , 100 pages less than book 12 and about 70 pages less than book 34 There are typos but who do you blame for that I think I remember there being a in there but I m not sure

  2. Jonathan Beckett says:

    This is most likely one of thedarker parts of the series in my opinion In this book,the Copper and Wistala both contribute greatly to the Grand Alliance between the Hypatian Empire and the Lavadome Auron tries his best to keep out of Lavadome affairs, even with his offspring being quickly sucked into it and all four hatchlings end up contributing their efforts to the Grand Alliance by some point in the book It is a book that is tied around a conspiracy against The Copper s rule over t This is most likely one of thedarker parts of the series in my opinion In this book,the Copper and Wistala both contribute greatly to the Grand Alliance between the Hypatian Empire and the Lavadome Auron tries his best to keep out of Lavadome affairs, even with his offspring being quickly sucked into it and all four hatchlings end up contributing their efforts to the Grand Alliance by some point in the book It is a book that is tied around a conspiracy against The Copper s rule over the Lavadome along with the progression made under the Grand Alliance The book of course gets quite interesting as AuRon despite his greatest efforts ends up getting tangled up into the Lavadome politics becoming greatly pressured by his mate s interest in its cause I found myself constantly on the edge on what could boil over near the end with all the conspirating along with the questionable relationship between the Copper and his brother AuRon All of it was rather tense and builds up to a bit of a sad ending that I shall not spoil for you What I can say about the ending is that it hasof a cliffhanger Not a major one mind you but it opens up the doors to the next bookso than the other books in the series Overall if you love the other books in the series, pick this one up Its a great story with a very well done but sad ending

  3. Becca says:

    This one was definitely a darker addition to this series, but in a good way I have liked to see the story of the siblings play out and the history that binds them and led to their lives is extremely interesting as well as the family dynamics involved Wistala is by far my favorite character but both her brothers are intriguing and drive a good story Can t wait to read the last one and come to the end of an extremely satisfying series.This particular book was somewhat confusing, especially at t This one was definitely a darker addition to this series, but in a good way I have liked to see the story of the siblings play out and the history that binds them and led to their lives is extremely interesting as well as the family dynamics involved Wistala is by far my favorite character but both her brothers are intriguing and drive a good story Can t wait to read the last one and come to the end of an extremely satisfying series.This particular book was somewhat confusing, especially at the beginning but that may be due to the fact that I read the first four books awhile ago It had some twists and turns that were unsuspected and the real villains of the series are starting to reveal themselves It s been quite a journey

  4. F.J. Hansen says:

    An excellent installment to the Age of Fire series Of course, there were some writing mishaps, just as there were in the previous books misnamings, that sort of thin but nothing too severe.The siblings, of course, gettime with one another, now that Knight has already gotten them reunited in the previous book Knight continues developing that relationship in this book, bringing it to a very satisfying head I won t give anything away, but I ll just say that what Knight does at the end, m An excellent installment to the Age of Fire series Of course, there were some writing mishaps, just as there were in the previous books misnamings, that sort of thin but nothing too severe.The siblings, of course, gettime with one another, now that Knight has already gotten them reunited in the previous book Knight continues developing that relationship in this book, bringing it to a very satisfying head I won t give anything away, but I ll just say that what Knight does at the end, makes me eager to find out how it will all play out in the sixth and final book

  5. Melissa says:

    The book Dragon Rule, which is the fifth book in E E knight s age of fire was a well thought out, fantasy novel, with a lot of political scandal involved Something you would not expect from a bunch of dragons As like all the others in this series there are well thought out characters, landscapes, and story This story allows for a further continuation of seeing all three siblings, as begun in the fourth book It is interesting to see how their relationships develop and what events they face The book Dragon Rule, which is the fifth book in E E knight s age of fire was a well thought out, fantasy novel, with a lot of political scandal involved Something you would not expect from a bunch of dragons As like all the others in this series there are well thought out characters, landscapes, and story This story allows for a further continuation of seeing all three siblings, as begun in the fourth book It is interesting to see how their relationships develop and what events they face The ending is very compelling, and I look forward to reading the final book

  6. RJ says:

    First read 9 27 2010.I have the complete series now and wanted to experience it again in full Book five describes the Copper s, now known as RuGaard, reign and the political infighting of all the species involved We leave AuRon, Wistala, Darcee, and RuGaard back on the Saddavale sp With one last bit of trickery to close this chapter.

  7. Marissa says:

    A further continuation of seeing all three siblings, as begun in the fourth book, happens here It is interesting to see how their relationships develop and what events they face The ending is very compelling, and I look forward to reading the final book.

  8. Benjamin says:

    Hard to say if I should give this 4 or 5 stars For much of the book, you have a lot of interesting intrigue but I feel it s really the end that makes it great Can t wait to readof the series after finishing this one.

  9. Jim Pike says:

    Another excellent tale of these 3 dragons, separated at a young age, coming together once again The dragon world, filled with political backstabbing, out maneuvering and assassination attempts, put these 3 at odds with the world, and at times against each other.

  10. Janet says:

    One of the best Dragon series ever written