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Dar Tania: How the First Priestess of Tiamat Arose and Founded the Dragon Empire of Morbattania (A Forsaken Isles 100 page book) Kindle Edition
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I also took note of a reference to what is considered "good" or "goodness". Peoples perceptions of good and evil, where does tht originate from? Who is right? Who is wrong?
Maybe I read more into this than what was intended. I did appreciate these messages as one must never fall into being led like sheep. We should question, we should not follow blindly because that is what we are told. And we should question our perception of what is "good" and what is "evil". Why do we hold those perceptions? Is that what we were taught and all we know?
I would like to have seen more character development. Maye that is to come. It certainly is wide open for more books that tell the story/history of the characters and the dragons.
I think it was Asimov who said that in true science fiction, the setting is the real protagonist. I would argue that the same can be said for certain brands of fantasy; the Mistborn books by Brandon Sanderson come to mind instantly. In much the same way that Sanderson's rich, well-thought out world, mythology, and magic drew me in, so does the world of Dar Tania. I found myself intrigued and charmed as much by the setting as by the story and characters, and I'm interested to learn more about all three.
Eric Barnum is a name I will definitely bookmark (heh) for future releases.
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