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The Dragon Songs Saga Box Set: The Complete Epic Quartet (A Legends of Tivara Bundle) Kindle Edition
Only the lost magic of Dragon Songs can save the world.
The Dragon Singers of old summoned typhoons and routed armies, liberating mankind from the orcs before fading into legend. Now, with evil stirring and hostile empires on the rise, the power of music stirs in Kaiya, a gangly misfit with the perfect voice.
Without a master to guide her, she must rely on the lessons of a foreign paladin, an enigmatic doctor, a flippant elf lord, and an evil sorcerer to rediscover lost magic. Yet doing so means taking dire risks…
Because invoking a Dragon Song can kill you.
Download the Special Edition Box Set to experience epic battles, deep-rooted conspiracies, and the magic of music. Includes:
- Songs of Insurrection
- Orchestra of Treacheries
- Dances of Deception
- Symphony of Fates.
#1 International Bestseller in Epic Fantasy
#1 Bestseller in Coming of Age, Sword and Sorcery, and Young Adult Coming of Age
From the Publisher
Where To Start with the Legends of Tivara: Four Entry Points
Coming of Age/Heroic/Spy Thriller/Lost Magic
Only the lost magic of Dragon Songs can save the world. Only a naïve girl with perfect voice can rediscover it.
The Dragon Songs Saga follows Kaiya as she learns how to evoke magic through music. Without a master to guide her, she must piece it together from different sources.
Members of the Black Lotus Clan-- Half-elf Jie and her sidekick Tian-- help Kaiya along the way, and sparks will fly.
Anti-Heroes and Heroes with their own agendas must work together to save the world
Only four heroes and anti-heroes can prevent an ancient evil from returning to the world... they'll first learn how to get along.
Masters of Deception features a ninja, paladin, sorceress, and conman diviner. Each has their own agenda, but they must come together to save the world.
Military Fantasy, with a boy who gets a glass eye Possessed by a Demon
When empires collide, sometimes all it takes is a boy with an eye possessed by a demon to turn the tide of war.
Crown of the Sundered Empire follows a young fisherman, Tomas, who claims he can see the future. When he loses an eye, it's replaced by a fake one possessed by a demon...
...which allows him to upstage princes, princesses, and dictators in a war that will determine the fate of the world.
If Memoirs of a Geisha had ninjas...
...and the stakes actually mattered.
Scions of the Black Lotus follows half-elf orphan Jie, a formidable spy posing as a courtesan in training. This Sapphic story is full of lies and betrayals that could bring down an empire, if she chooses love over duty.
Still not sure where to start?
Try This Prequel Short Story
Half-Elf Jie’s superior senses have made her the perfect lookout. Now, as the adopted daughter of the Black Lotus Clanmaster, she wants to prove her pointed ears aren’t a liability when she’s tasked to infiltrate a rebel lord’s castle. In this prequel short story to Songs of Insurrection, Jie must decide between her duty to the emperor and her sense of compassion toward the downtrodden. No matter her choice, it will have explosive consequences for her, the realm, and the upcoming war.
Prelude to Insurrection Leads to:
- Songs of Insurrection
- Masters of Deception
- Crown of the Sundered Empire
From the Back Cover
#1 Bestseller in Coming of Age#1 Bestseller in Sword and Sorcery#1 Bestseller in Young Adult Coming of Age
- ASIN : B07BH3K778
- Publisher : Dragonstone Press, LLC (March 14, 2018)
- Publication date : March 14, 2018
- Language : English
- File size : 7496 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 2015 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #195,152 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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ORCHESTRA OF TREACHERIES. Kaiya is still pinning for her exiled
Lord, even though two years have passed since she’d seen him. Her beloved cousin acts as go between and passes along letters from him and vice versa. In the meantime she is viewed as a stepping stone to greatness but her numerous suitors, all of which she turns down. Her fathers health is failing and her brother have still been unable to produce an heir. She uses her voice to help calm the Lords from declaring war. Her next adventure is totally dragonian in its scale. Highly recommend.
DANCES OF DECEPTION
The Princess is sent as an emissary to the Northern Conference, but of course all is not as it seems. She arrives on the Golden Phoenix to great pomp and ceremony. She is quickly swept up in the events of the Teleri’s successful take over of the Provence, the First Consul Geros has decided that the Princess should be one of his wives and give him an heir with the right to the Hua Empires Throne. The Princess escapes but leaves him alive a decision she will come to regret. Her adventures to escape and reach Hua to warn them of the coming invasion are full of hardship, death and sacrifices. Will she arrive before the Teleri and will the Emperor relieve her. Off to read the next book.
SYMPONY OF FATES.
SYMPHONY OF FATES.
What an incredible ending to this fabulous saga. Kaiya faces a great many enemies though she is lucky to have fathfull friends. The First Emperor Geros has been planning for a long time, his plan is to rule over all. The only thing standing in his way is a young girl! Kaiya flees unfortunately she misses her ship and has to find her way through the Wilds. Hers is not the only group trying to find their way. Orcs are hunting slaves, the Bovyans are searching for the old road that leads straight to Hua. After surrendering herself to Lord Geros to save the village she has been hiding in, she faces the worst of times, luckily Tian has come to rescue her, however he sacrifices his life so she may escape. Devastated she must continue to Hua to warn of the coming invasion. She is faced with disloyal Lords, the news that both her Father and Eldest Brother are dead and her Second Brother has gone insane and a Regent in place of his infant Grandson. As usual her ingenuity at solving problems is what we have come to expect from Kaiya. Highly recommend this series. Looking forward to reading more from this author.
Book 2:What a follow up! This story builds off of the previous novel very well. I found it easier to read than the first, but it still had the interesting developments - no spoilers here! - and character development that was so enticing in the first one. The pace was great, and kept me up just to finish the next chapter late into the night. It was a great build off of the first novel, but I'm sure it will also be a good diving board to kickstart the next book in the series! I can't wait!
Book 3: This is the third book in the series, so before you read this one make sure to read the others. The world is so incredibly fleshed out and immersive, I felt like I was really there. Tian and Kaiya are just adorable. The other characters are developed so well, and I like that it doesn’t seem that all the characters are looking out for the “Good of the World” trope – they all have something they’re wanting for themselves. I can’t wait to finish the series with the next one, but I also don’t want it to end! Amazing realm of fantasy that I am so glad to have gotten to read and learn about. Great job JC Kang!
Book 4: I love this series. It’s such a beautiful world with interesting and amazing characters. The story gets so complex in this book – not that the other ones weren’t – and it’s time for Kaiya to be strong and stand for herself. and She really grew throughout this whole series, and I loved watching it. And YAY!! More Jie! Even though this was a nice, tidy resolution, I really really want more!! Great job JC, you could really tell your love for the characters in this one, and throughout the whole series!
Preludes: YES!! More Jie! She was easily one of my favorite characters from the original four books, and I loved finding out her backstory in this short novel. This one really does a good introduction to the character she becomes, really a jumping off point for her amazing skills later on. The world is still just as beautiful as it is in the originals. I would probably recommend reading this one before the others, even though the first book is a good introduction as well. I found myself wanting to know more about Jie as I read, so starting off with the background of her story could help the reader understand where she came from and how she has those incredible skills. Another great book from JC Kang!!
Top reviews from other countries
I enjoyed the Saga, it wasn't too technical but nor wasn't in any way patronising. The authors' characters all became like real people with their good and bad habits, especially Tian and (my favourite) Jie. The Chinese (or thereabout) setting gave the story something of an original feel.
I really enjoyed the Saga, and am looking forward to what the author comes up with next
The plethora of unusual names, and the number of characters makes Lord of the Rings seem like a magazine article.
However, I would recommend it to anyone who likes Tolkien, just make sure you have the time to read it properly and you will be well rewarded.