- File Size: 4802 KB
- Print Length: 458 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Silver Spirit Publishing; 2 edition (September 13, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 13, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00F5F8RHS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #385,227 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Tears Of War (Dragon's Call Series Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Tears was most definitely worth waiting for. The world Trosper has created is inviting, terrifying, and fantastical. The Shadow Riders and their dragons are terrible, the malevolence of some just twist your stomach and truly make you feel that you are in their presence. The good Riders and their dragons fill you with such love and caring it can nearly bring you to tears.
Tears of War is a WONDERFUL book, in my opinion even better than Embers! With the characters trying to save (or, in the case of the baddies, destroy & control) the world, there's plenty of love, loyalty, betrayal, surprise, and of course with any book with a title of "war", fighting, Tears has something for all fantasy readers. I highly recommend it for the lost fantasy-novel lover.
This book, my goodness! I am utterly heartbroken! This isn't a story about good vs evil where the bad guys all get what they deserve and the good guys all win. This story has put me through an emotional wringer!!
The evil: I swear I want to reach through the book and strangle every last one of those evil SOBs! How dare they?! That is literally how I feel about the Shadow Dragons and their Shadow Riders! I want to take a magical atomic bomb and drop it right in the middle of their dragon-blasted lair! You're going to thoroughly despise these characters! You know about their back stories and at first you could feel pity for then how they ended up where they did, but by the end of the book you just want the whole lot of them to be consumed by dragon fire! Sadly, too few of them do! And I am not happy about that -_-
The good: oh how I love the Guardian dragons and their riders! Each of them are strong characters that bring their own unique style and personality and set of skills to the table. They all have separate stories happening but are all intertwined. You will read about their soaring adventures and accomplishments as well as their cursing losses and heartbreak. So much happens to them you find yourself laughing with them and crying with them. I know I did.
The Dragons: if you love them (I personally am obsessed) with them, then you will absolutely love this book. They're so different and varied with just as many personalities and they are just plain awesome!!
I so do not want to write any spoilers, but my goodness how terribly heartbreaking this book is! Ugh! I don't know they'll go from here and I am anxiously waiting for the next book to find out.
The third book cannot get here soon enough for me!