Publisher Description

Love dark, epic fantasy like A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin? You'll love Song of Dragons, a new fantasy series about blood, steel, and dragonfire.


Long ago stood the kingdom of Requiem, a land of men who could grow wings and scales, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons. Requiem ruled the sky.

But Dies Irae, a tyrant leading an army of griffins, hunted Requiem's people, burned their forests, and shattered their temples. Requiem fell. This ancient land now lies in ruin, its halls crumbled, its cries silenced, its skeletons littering the burned earth.

In the wilderness, a scattering of survivors lives in hiding. The griffins still hunt them, and every day promises death. Will Requiem's last children perish in exile... or once more become dragons and fly to war?



Requiem: Dawn of Dragons
Book 1: Requiem's Song
Book 2: Requiem's Hope
Book 3: Requiem's Prayer

Requiem: Song of Dragons
Book 1: Blood of Requiem
Book 2: Tears of Requiem
Book 3: Light of Requiem

Requiem: Dragonlore
Book 1: A Dawn of Dragonfire
Book 2: A Day of Dragon Blood
Book 3: A Night of Dragon Wings

Requiem: The Dragon War
Book 1: A Legacy of Light
Book 2: A Birthright of Blood
Book 3: A Memory of Fire

Requiem: Requiem for Dragons
Book 1: Dragons Lost
Book 2: Dragons Reborn
Book 3: Dragons Rising

Requiem: Flame of Requiem
Book 1: Forged in Dragonfire
Book 2: Crown of Dragonfire
Book 3: Pillars of Dragonfire

Requiem: Dragonfire Rain
Book 1: Blood of Dragons
Book 2: Rage of Dragons
Book 3: Flight of Dragons

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
May 14
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Myth_Tony ,


I like the book and it’s every interesting

Flaco777 ,

I loved the book

This book was awesome I really enjoyed it! However I do not read much therefore it may not be as intriguing to those who read daily

GTCall ,

Good but needs improvement.

I liked this book and it really caught my attention. However, while it didn’t (technically) have any sex scenes in it, it hinted upon them having happened and touched upon subjects such as rape enough that it ruined it for me. I will not be continuing with this series despite its alluring fantastical scenes of dragons and magic.

Rape, and important topics like it, should be talked about with an eye towards resolutions and support for those affected but this type of book is not the place for that. I think that it will be found that in this context and the manner used by the author to discuss it will actually only contribute to the problem rather than to its solution.

I hate to leave a harsh critique but that is my opinion.

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