Friday, August 5, 2016
The Dragon of Time: Gods and Dragons by Aaron Dennis
Scar, an amnesiac mercenary, has been hired by Zoltek, leader of the nation of Usaj, to battle Kulshedran soldiers. With the promise of asking Zmaj, the All God, about his past, Scar lends his fighting prowess, but there is more than kings warring for territory in the world of Tiamhaal; there are Gods and Dragons vying for men's souls.
I'm still a little unsure of what I'm going to write, even while I sit here typing...
I keep going back and forth about my feelings on this book. First of all, this isn't my typical genre. I do like to read all books of all genres, but this isn't my favorite. So, with that being said, I am trying to keep a very open mind while typing up this review.
I had a bit of a difficult time getting into this book. It had a somewhat slow start. I found it to be a little confusing at first so it didn't exactly pull me in. After a little while though, when I felt a bit more like I knew what I was reading about, it was more enjoyable. I actually feel like my son would like to read this because it had a "Greek Mythology" feel to it and he loves Greek mythology.
All in all, it was a pretty enjoyable book. If you enjoy fantasy/Greek Mythology type books then you may enjoy this one!
*Note: I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.