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Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Dawn of Swords by David Dalglish. Robert J. Duperre Goodreads Author. On the young world of Dezrel, brother gods Karak and Ashhur, fleeing their own failed world, recreate mankind in an attempt to make amends. The fledgling race of humanity is guided by the First Families, men and women who will not age so long as their hearts remain devoted to their deities.
But quickly the realms are thrown into chaos by the construction of the Temple of th On the young world of Dezrel, brother gods Karak and Ashhur, fleeing their own failed world, recreate mankind in an attempt to make amends. But quickly the realms are thrown into chaos by the construction of the Temple of the Flesh, built by exiled children of Karak in the unclaimed land of Haven that lies between the two kingdoms. Those of the Temple refuse to bend knee to either god, no matter the risk. But his fellow brother god, Ashur, will not sit idly by while thousands of innocents die.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Jan 29, The Shayne-Train rated it it was amazing Shelves: netgalley. Oh man oh man! This is epic fantasy at its best.
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Nearly instantly you are devouring pages. The world-building is smart, almost insidiously so. The prose is beautiful. The combat is well-written with gripping immediacy. And the characters, o sweet lord, the characters.
Some you love from their first paragraph; some grow on you so subtlety that you don't even realize it until you're breathless waiting for their next chapter; and some you goddamn hate enough to want to start tearing pages from the bo Oh man oh man! Some you love from their first paragraph; some grow on you so subtlety that you don't even realize it until you're breathless waiting for their next chapter; and some you goddamn hate enough to want to start tearing pages from the book.
I didn't realize until the afterword that this is a prequel to a larger body of work. View all 21 comments. Lately, I have been in a fantasy kinda mood. I'm super sick of lovey dovey junk that I just want some good old fashion blood shed, maybe an underdog to root for, perhaps an OMG moment or two or three, new costume ideas for Cosplay, and then of course This book has all of that!!
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So, you start off on what might be Earth or what might be Jupiter or what might be a jillion billion miles away. There's no telling. They never say what planet we're on and we know there are other dimensi Lately, I have been in a fantasy kinda mood. They never say what planet we're on and we know there are other dimensions because that's where the dragons are. You learn that a Goddess kinda sorta something a'ruther created these two brother gods - Ashhur and Karak.
Karak is one bad mama jamma. And he kinda reminded me of those dudes off Prometheus. Well, I say that. You know how those dudes on Prometheus were super tall and god-like? Well, that's pretty much what Ashhur and Karak were but Karak had this out for war and blood and world domination vibe going on that just reminded me more of them. Ashhur on the other hand reminded me of Gandolf. So, the story starts and you got these 2 brother Gods and one land is being trampled on by Karak because these peeps are building this sex temple do I have your attention?
And those peeps are all like "What you talking 'bout, Willis". And Karak's peeps are like, "Fellow dudes, you have 3 moons to tear down these stripper walls or we're gonna get all Old Testament on you! I will warn you of that. I actually had to print them out and make notes to keep up with people. But that's expected with fantasy, right? My favorite character was Patrick. He's a misshapen man-child of a First child of Ashhur. He reminded me of Hellboy. But not in a cool demon way. No, Patrick has a body that is very bizarre. He's got a hunchback and arms that are too big for his body, and legs that are probably bowed.
He fascinated me. In the story you will learn a theory on why his body is made that way and it's very clever. I kept finding myself rooting for him. And yes, the gods did create children and what I found freaking awesome was that the children got to create their spouse. I mean Elves are also in the story. As are lions that become your jury.grupoavigase.com/includes/302/6298-chica-adolescente-busca.php
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The lions were freaking awesome. They know if you are lying or not. You find out that not only are the gods super huge and tall but they also possess magical Transformers sword skills. I was all One of my biggest complaints about this book was that I think it should have been a tad bit shorter. But again, that's something to expect when reading a Fantasy Book. And I'm ok with it.
I will warn you A LOT of stuff happens All in all If you are into "Game of Thrones" type books and like Gods but not you know Thor and stuff There are a couple of sexy time scenes but nothing too graphic, and the cussing is pretty minimal. As for me, I'm excited to read the next one I'm going to bone up on my sword fighting cuz you know View 2 comments. Aug 16, Jay The Crippled God rated it liked it.
This book deserved 3. Modern Epic Fantasy is something that is yet to be explored for me and I dive in wearing my scoping critical googles. I took pleasure reading this book and it started with a very energetic begining and the middle plots were like tides of the sea ebbing and flowing but the plot twist and the ending was what actually turned my entire view of the book. Aparrently, Huge amounts of thinking were invested in this book and It Shunned my emotions killing every single This book deserved 3.
Aparrently, Huge amounts of thinking were invested in this book and It Shunned my emotions killing every single character in the book but I guess for chronological readers that was expected.