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The Rage of Dragons
The Rage of Dragons: Book One of the Burning | Evan Winter
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One in twenty-five hundred Omehi women are Gifted, wielding fragments of their Goddess' power and capable of controlling the world's most destructive weapon --Dragons. One in a hundred of their men has blood strong enough for the Gifted to infuse with magic, turning these warriors into near unstoppable colossi. The rest are bred to fight, ferocious soldiers fated to die in the endless war. Tau Tafari, an Omehi commoner, wants more than this, but his life is destroyed when he's betrayed by those he was born to serve. Now, with too few Gifted left and the Omehi facing genocide, Tau cares only for revenge. Following an unthinkable path, he will become the greatest swordsman to ever live, dying a hundred thousand times for the chance to kill three of his own people.
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SW-T
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Mehso-so

I‘ve heard this described as Game of Thrones meets Gladiator. Not sure if that‘s accurate, but overall, this is an African inspired revenge fantasy. It features a diverse cast, female mages called the Chosen, dragons, and our hero Tau, set on revenge after a devastating loss. I didn‘t like Tau much, but his motives and actions led the story. I‘ll say this wasn‘t for me, but I did finish and I can see the appeal for others. Love the cover though 😊

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AthenaWins
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Pickpick

Did I enjoy this book? Well, I deprived myself off an hour of sleep each night before work, and I was up until 3 AM determined to finish it last night.

At first I really couldn't empathize with Tau, the main character, but as the book went on, it became harder and harder to do anything but. His development is painful and thorough, and he drives the plot forward, barreling into any desire to put the book down and go to sleep. 5/5. Awesome book.

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Liberty
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On today‘s episode of “Let‘s Learn About Upcoming Books”: This is a book mail stack! These are the amazing books I have received in the past week or so that I will be reading for coverage consideration. What are you excited to read? 📚❤️📚

Karkar Gideon the Ninth because of your Instagram post ❤️📚❤️ 5mo
TNbookworm So many books❤ 5mo
AutumnRLS Lots, but there is a certain inherent joy and whimsy to Hope Rides Again. And I totally put Gideon on my wish list because of your post! 5mo
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kspenmoll I just adore your rug! 5mo
sbains1980 Totally Gideon and the new Blake Crouch! 😍 5mo
RainyDayReading Gideon! 5mo
balletbookworm Semicolon! 5mo
jmtrivera Nic Stone! 5mo
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Yeah_I_Read
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@EchoLogical I just woke up to this!!!!!!! I‘m so excited 😆 I was really looking forward to this one. Thank you so much! We had a delay for snow so I‘m planning on opening and posting pics of the rest once the kids get off to school. ❤️❤️❤️❤️
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Chelleo Sounds like a great way to start the day! Happy #BlitsyHistoryMonth!! 7mo
EchoLogical Yay! So glad you got it. I just dropped my daughter off at school so I'm about to open mine too. I live in the Keys so no snow delay. 😄 I hope you enjoy your goodies. 7mo
Yeah_I_Read @EchoLogical I‘m so jealous! Send some of that tropical weather my way pllleeeeaaassseee! Thank you for everything 😊 @Chelleo thanks for organizing this great swap! I hope we can do it again next year 😊 7mo
Chelleo @Yeah_I_Read I‘m already thinking about next year‘s swap which will be opened up internationally (as I promised if all went well this year)! 7mo
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