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A Fate of Dragons (Book #3 in the Sorcerer's Ring) by [Rice, Morgan]
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  • File Size: 2472 KB
  • Print Length: 198 pages
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  • Publication Date: November 13, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BCUHCU8
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By Richard Williams on February 24, 2013
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Homonyms. Sounds the same, means entirely different things. Hole, Whole are not the same thing. Sight, Site, Cite are all very different things. Role, Roll totally different. When relying on spell check, or even grammer check, will not catch these errors. That is one of the primary reasons to have an editor. No computer program in exsistence can replace an editor who is able to find these errors and correct them. The other use for an editor is of course to help keep the plot lines and time lines flowing correctly. Case in point; when Thor leaves for his Hundred Days it takes 2 days to reach the port from which the the ship departs, when he returns the sea is visible from the castle, and it takes less than a full day to reach the castle. These things really can affect (not effect) the readers enjoyment of the novel, and may in fact make them less likely to continue to read the series.
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More laughable than enjoyable, and it's a shame because the story held promise in books one and two. Fantasy is fiction but it should still follow certain logic. Rice takes everything to such extreme that it just becomes ridiculous. Kids thrown in a red ocean to become monster fodder, (to teach them a lesson) having to win 100 tournaments to be able to wed a slave, (that he had already purchased) please it's all so absurd. SAVE YOUR MONEY!
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Honestly Mr. RICE should be ashamed of himself for the 2nd &3rd book here. He is milking this for every penny he can get. These books are pathetically short and even what story is here lacks depth and substance. Entire events are skipped just to move time fwd and impossible situations are created to create drama. The main characters do stupid things that make NO SENSE given their personality, background and supposed intelligence. Example w spoiler: The usurper brother who conspires for the thrown, kills the king and then tries to eliminate his rival siblings attempts stupid attacks, in public and when the attempts fail the siblings do NOTHING with the information. No reporting it even though there is an obvious judicial system and those council members despise the usurper and could have him deposed with evidence. The guards, army and castle staff all hate the murdering king and would act against their orders with the evidence but the siblings simply refuse to protect themselves against future attempts to kill them off, don't get protection for their key witness against Gareth (the murdering usurper) and still don't even get a statement from the witness.... it's like they just think "I know our brother is evil and devious and has tried to kill us off and certainly will again if he knows we're ON to his murder but everyone just go home and let's meet up later to expose him and have him arrested".
The MAIN character, Thor, is in the army training but their "training for Knighthood" consists of actually throwing them is a heavily deadly monster infested ocean and by luck IF they survive this they can start their training where even more deadly beasts and warrior will attempt to kill these untrained kids and again, IF THEY HAPPEN TO SURVIVE, they can continue training.
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I found the inconsistencies in this book completely distract me from the story and having any enjoyment. They have a rule that you have to be married by 25, yet went a woman agrees to marry a character still has to compete in a tournament to win her hand. Then a few chapters later a character wins a 100 day tournament. How did a tournament to win one woman's hand take 100 days? This doesn't make sense with the laws of the land in the book. How does a dragon leave giant canyon like footprint and a group of boys inside said canyon dodge the dragon? Wouldn't the dragon just step into its own footprint again and squish everyone into goo?
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The first two books were pretty good, decent plot but a few too many miracles occuring to save the day. All the characters are archetypes, a Sir Galahad type, an evil mother type, a gay devious conniving prince, the beautiful princess that falls for the commoner at a glance, etc etc. But still pretty good for a coming of age story.

The Feast for Dragons is incredible.. that is it is not credible to the reader. A dragon that is so big it's footprint leaves a pit the size of football field, teeth the size of houses, one could go on and on about all the ridiculous actions and descriptions of that test. the author describes a land where one can walk to the boundary in one day yet another kingdom within the land has been ravaging the countryside for three months without anyone reporting it. the land must stretch out in that direction but still.... three months of pillaging and no one bothered to report in? the Macgil kingdom has a brotherhood of elite warriors who are eternally on guard but no one has noticed three months of pillaging. All the enemy leaders are bestial savage stereotypes that the reader is left wondering how they every rose to leadership. I hope Morgan does a complete rewrite of this book. It would take that to allow the series to continue. She certainly has the skill and wordsmithing ability.
I would recommend not wasting the money on this one.
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