Rise of the Dragons (Kings and Sorcerers—Book 1) - Morgan Rice

Rise of the Dragons (Kings and Sorcerers—Book 1)

By Morgan Rice

  • Release Date: 2014-12-22
  • Genre: Fantasy
Rise of the Dragons (Kings and Sorcerers—Book 1) book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 1,035 Ratings)

Rise of the Dragons (Kings and Sorcerers—Book 1) Morgan Rice Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • Rise of the dragons

    5
    By bratsy2u
    I love fantasy. It is one of my favorite genres. The protagonist in this story is female and only sixteen. She strives to become a warrior in a time when only men were warriors. However, her father was the leader of the men who fought and they (all but one) seemed to take time to teach her their ways. She is fearless and finds that there are many unknowns in her life.
  • Mars

    5
    By ReadingPink
    Can not wait to start the next book in the series,.
  • Starts well enough, then fades

    1
    By Susie Sagebrush
    The story starts interestingly enough, in spite of the fantasy mumbo-jumbo of flame walls and trolls and so on, but all the characters are made of cardboard, not flesh and blood. Physical impossibilities abound, such as running in knee-deep snow. It cannot be done! If you are in thigh-deep snow, you do not have to look down to discover this fact...your legs tell you! After about a third of the book I began to wonder if it would ever get anywhere with its alleged plot. At the end I realized it was really just a soap-opera in book form...always exciting, but utterly pointless in the long run.
  • The best book I have ever read!!!!

    5
    By Morgan_Diamond
    Omg I love this book so much it reminds me of myself sometimes definitely a five star book
  • Couldn’t get past excessive commas...

    1
    By Opal Damour
    I am an avid reader, I devour books, and i love the sci-fi and fantasy genre. But I couldn't get past the first few pages of this book. Im not sure if its poor editing or the author’s writing style, but every sentence seemed to have 2 to 3 commas in it. Most of them were completely unnecessary. It is totally distracting, and ruined the flow of the book. Despite being enthused that the main character seemed to be a strong woman (which I love), I gave up after the first few pages due to the offending punctuation use. Harsh, I know. But there is is.
  • Good story, Hard to look past grammar

    3
    By Hairbyjustinegreen
    I’m not typically a “grammar nazi”but this book had so many errors that I found it hard to read. The story has a good foundation and I enjoyed the character development.
  • Rise of the dragons

    5
    By ironknightman
    A well crafted world peopled by characters you long to know. Villains abound on both sides of the conflict setting up a wonderful complex world. A great read.
  • Already Loving It

    5
    By Tyler A. May
    I just started reading this book and I already love it, my friend would really like this book too!
  • Rise of the dragon

    3
    By BaaBaara
    Story line was good but you need an editor other than the computer. That and filling in and revising some thin spots would make it great.
  • I found it worth buying the 2nd & 3rd

    3
    By LimeGargoye
    The story is interesting and well-told. It took a little while to become used to the sometimes abrupt changes from one character to another, but not that long. The several storylines do not mesh as of the end of book 1, but it looks like they can later in the series. The story is much better put together than the ebook. There are multiple places where words or phrases are missing or duplicated; that interrupts the story and detracts from the experience. Formatting of the text layout is iffy. Sometimes viewing in portrait mode makes the words difficult to distinguish, often simply due to how the text is placed on the screen. Changing to landscape seems to correct this, and I doubt it is an issue in print, but (again) trying to figure out word order interrupts the enjoyment of the story. The problems dealing with ebook format an layout cost a full point in my review.

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