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The Dragons Disciples (Age of Waking Death, #1) He Is My Heir, But He Is Not My Son.Placed By The Hands Of A God Into The Womb Of Dragoloth S Royal Family, Pharun Has Struggled All His Life To Prove That He Is Worthy To Inherit The Throne.But Now The Throne Sits Empty, With Than One Candidate Vying For Its Seat Violence Erupts And Corruption Is Unearthed As A Game Of Gods And Thrones Threatens To Make The Greatest Empire In The World Crumble.All Pharun Ever Wanted Was To Prove He Was A Worthy Son Now He Has To Prove Himself A Worthy King.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 528 pages
  • The Dragons Disciples (Age of Waking Death, #1)
  • C.N. Faust
  • English
  • 18 January 2018
  • 1492313300

10 thoughts on “The Dragons Disciples (Age of Waking Death, #1)

  1. says:

    Book The Dragon s Disciples Book 1, Age of Waking Death Author C.N FaustStar rating Would I read it again Yes.Plot well written, good imagery expressionCharacters nicely explored, unique, interestingMovie Potential Ease of reading easy I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR, IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW First off, I loved this book The covers are great artwork, that really nicely express the book and it s imagery Secondly, this book was simple, elegant and well wr Book The Dragon s Disciples Book 1, Age of Waking Death Author C.N FaustStar rating Would I read it again Yes.Plot we...

  2. says:

    C.N Faust s The Dragon s Disciples is an epic fantasy novel, with an emphasis on the epic It s a long book, but it needs to be, in order to contain the many plots and counterplots of the Mahtrador family of vampires who rule over the world of Dragoloth.The novel mainly concerns the struggle among the Mahtradors to claim Dragoloth s throne, but it also encompasses religious conflicts and a whole host of romantic and not so romantic relationships.The book put me in mind of the Game of Thro C.N Faust s The Dragon s Disciples is an epic fantasy novel, with an emphasis on the epic It s a long book, but it needs to be, in order to contain the many plots and counterplots of the Mahtrador family of vampires who rule over the world of Dragoloth.The novel mainly concerns the struggle among the Mahtradors to claim Dragoloth s throne, but it also encompasses religious ...

  3. says:

    I had problems getting into this story I have to agree with another reviewer that said a list of characters would have been helpful In fact, I read about 80 pages, realized I was totally confused, and ended up starting over And it would have been helpful if the relationships between characters and places had beenintegrated As it was, when a new character was introduced, I often had no idea how they related to previous characters and was never able to form a cohesive picture in my mind I had problems getting into this story I have to agree with another reviewer that said a list of characters would have been helpful In fact, I read about 80 pages, realized I was totally confused, and ended up starting over And it would have been helpful if the relationships between characters and places had beenintegrated As it was, whe...

  4. says:

    The Dragon s Disciples revolves around the battle of the three gods Morre, Azrael and Saldon, each with its own quirky personality Saldon s increasing presence, abundance of followers and disturbing need to force people to leave their gods for him becomes threatening to Morre and Azrael Conflict amongst the characters arises when the followers of Azrael forsake him in favour of Saldon and the temple in honour of Morre is burned down Sons set out to murder their mothers, a cowardly man s desp The Dragon s Disciples revolves around the battle of the three gods Morre, Azrael and Saldon, each with its own quirky personality Saldon s increasing presence, abundance of followers and disturbing need to force people to leave their gods for him becomes threatening to Morre and Azrael Conflict amongst the characters arises when the followers of Azrael forsake him in favour of Saldon and the temple in honour of Morre is burned down Sons set out to murder their mothers, a cowardly man s desperation to live leads him to making regretful decisions and brothers leave their sisters in the hands of rapists To top it all off Faust throws in a mix of vampires, elves, orcs, and other beasties in attempt to keep a fantasy fan s freak tooth satisfied It sounds like a great read, doesn t it It wasn t really.The page splits in this book occurred in the strangest places, I don t understand why, in fact I found this so mind blowingly confusing that I actually put the Kindle down and ...

  5. says:

    I m not quite sure what to think of this novel On the one hand, I love Faust s writing style He grabbed my attention right from the beginning and held it straight through to the end It was fast paced and filled with action I also like how Faust dealt with theunsavory side of religion by focusing on what people will do in the name of their god and showing how it impacts them, their families, and their societies as a whole.On the other hand, I had a problem empathizing with the character I m not quite sure what to think of this novel On the one hand, I love Faust s writing style He grabbed my attention right from the beginning and held it straight through to the end It was fast paced and filled with action I also like how Faust dealt with theunsavory side of religion by focusing on what people will do in the name of their god and showing how it impacts them, their families, and their societies as a whole.On the other hand, I had a problem empathizing with the characters I couldn t connect with them There was not one that I liked or disliked They were simply there, and I really didn t care what happened to any of them I did not root for any one of them to prevail over another If it was the author s intent to force the reader to choose, I think the characters could have shown a bitindividuality They seemed to be all created from the same...

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    In short, the author tried their hand at an epic dark fantasy, but failed to deliver This book isn t terrible, though I could finish it without forcing myself to continueThere are three major problems the editing or lack of , the world being too fantastical, and the author trying too hard to give the story a dark theme.The editing is really poor poor There are many sentences that don t read well For example, one repeated mistake that really bothered me was the same adjective being used twi In short, the author tried their hand at an epic dark fantasy, but failed to deliver This book isn t terrible, though I could finish it without forcing myself to continueThere are three major problems the editing or lack of , the world being too fantastical, and the author trying too hard to give the story a dark theme.The editing is really poor poor There are many sentences that don t read well For example, one repeated mistake that really bothered me was the same adjective being used twice in one sentence, to describe the same object.I like fantastic worlds, but I think that very few authors can write them well Th...

  7. says:

    This is a long book, but it is entirely worth it C.N Faust has created an amazing world that you get to explore throughout the story It is filled with religious and political intrigue that moves flawlessly from scene to scene, so you can t help but wonder what is going to happen next.The most impressive part of this book is that every character has his or her own agenda Many of them overlap and a few get absorbed by other character stories, but each one is well plotted and interesting One o This is a long book, but it is entirely worth it C.N Faust has created an amazing world that you get to explore throughout the story It is filled with religious and political intrigue that moves flawlessly from scene to scene, so you can t help but wonder what is going to happen next.The most impressive part of this book is that every charac...

  8. says:

    The Dragon Disciples is an interesting book whereby vampires, dwarves, goblins and humans are all concerned in some way with the fate of the Empire There is a strong religious aspect to the story, which in some ways, detered me from really enjoying it, although it did have it s place in the story I liked the action parts, which at times were very gory I sobbed with the characters when the major plot points happened which I felt were unjust It grabbed my attention and kept me reading to the e The Dragon Disciples is an interesting book whereby vampires, dwarves, goblins and humans are all conc...

  9. says:

    The Dragon s Disciples is a spider s web of intrigue, with a varied cast who are all concerned, in some way big or small, with the fate of the empire Theirs is a dark fantasy world peopled as much with vampires and dwarves as with humans Faust weaves these characters together as change comes upon Dragoloth, where religion, politics, good and evil blend to build the narrative Faust s world...

  10. says:

    I was engrossed from the beginning Political intrigue, assassination plots murder, religious conflicts.its all here I would recommend this book to any who like a little intrigue.The characters do not seem to have much conn...

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