The Fall of the Dragon King

The Fall of the Dragon King The line of Dragon Kings has ruled for a thousand years under the weight of a prophecy that their pride would one day bring about the end of the world Prince Hadrin next in line for the Dragon Throne

  • Title: The Fall of the Dragon King
  • Author: MomsDarkSecret
  • ISBN: 9781300764151
  • Page: 168
  • Format: ebook
  • The line of Dragon Kings has ruled for a thousand years under the weight of a prophecy that their pride would one day bring about the end of the world Prince Hadrin, next in line for the Dragon Throne, had given this prophecy no thought than any of his forebears until increasingly violent earthquakes cause everyone to fear the prophecy may be coming true Now, presenThe line of Dragon Kings has ruled for a thousand years under the weight of a prophecy that their pride would one day bring about the end of the world Prince Hadrin, next in line for the Dragon Throne, had given this prophecy no thought than any of his forebears until increasingly violent earthquakes cause everyone to fear the prophecy may be coming true Now, presented with the chance to avert this fate, Hadrin embraces a second prophecy and agrees to marry Father Mora, a priest descended from the holy man who saved the world a thousand years ago But his decision is met with resistance on all sides, and Hadrin is left to hope that his and Mora s commitement to each other will utimately save the world from destruction.

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    • 4/25/15I forgot I read this and read it again. Which actually works, since it's apparently under my *squint* who the hell are you? shelf.But just Yeah, it's still a 2-star.(some of my earlier comments were posts on Tumblr, but I think most of the gist is in what I started typing in my doc, copy/pasted below)As usual, a somewhat comment-as-I-read:For most of it, I was like "eh, okay." I was :/ about this whole internalized/implicit homophobia thing going on, but it sort of evened out? But I dunno [...]


    • A neat freebie for fans of m/m fantasy. Hadrin is heir to the throne of the Dragon King. His life is inextricably linked to that of Mora, last descendant of a line of Priests who balance and protect the world from the power of the Dragon Kings. The world is gradually being destroyed by earthquakes as an old prophecy comes to pass. The only solution, for Hadrin and Mora to become joined, is not well accepted by all.The writing style is quite bland and non-descriptive. I didn't get a real sense of [...]


    • I suggest we make this book into a movie. An extended Care Bears episode would have the appropriate level of depth and complexity. Not to mention the right type of sugary MCs.


    • DNF. This free online fic contains some great ideas, but the writing style is much too simplistic and childish. At best, it reads like it was written for middle-grade readers.



    • Sometimes a free online fiction can rival a lot of published paid for books. This is one of them.If you enjoy a medieval theme then this could well be for you. The main story is of course the love between Mora and Hadrin. But there is plenty of intrigue and even some sinister evil doings. From the first pages I was drawn into a world of Kings and High Priests. Backstabbing and ulterior motives play a large part. We also have a touch of humour thanks to Hadrins mother Mariya. The story flowed smo [...]


    • Surprisingly this was a good read. Not great, but I enjoyed it. You have to get through the prologue and the premise that it's really not believable, but if you manage this, it's enjoyable. Even if it's insta love, something that I don't normally like, in this case it worked and for some reason I believed they were meant for each other. It has some annoying elements, like the evil woman that will stop at nothing to get the MC, but stillenjoyable. Think I'm going to give a chance to something pub [...]


    • A fairly simple fantasy MM-romance story of two men forced to marry in order to save the world. Throw in a little insta-love, scheming women, a tyrannical father and some prophecy, and you have this story. A perfect light escape for when you need a read that doesn't bog a tired brain with too many details.




    • (Direct review to author's story copy/pasted from FictionPress) I liked it, the politics were a bit amusing to me, a justification of sorts for male inheritance in ancient history (though I assure you there were many female rulers I can name). A sort of romancing myth in fantasy and history, I'd guess.Now I'll tell you what I did not like, I didn't like that the gods were unnamed. That made the whole scene from the start a mystery that was unrealistic to me. All gods and goddesses have names; an [...]



    • (view spoiler)[2/27/08 review from fictionpressI loved the story. It was definetly a good idea to make the two main characters versatile in bed. I loved the fact that there was a complex plot with a bit of medieval political intrigue. Dragons are also a plus (don't know why I love them). I do still wonder why both women suffered a miscariage after Hadrin realized he should be the last Dragon King. Was that a "dragon" power or the will of the Gods? If it was the latter then why did they get pregn [...]



    • The relationship between Mora and Hadrian was cute, but the story was kind of a downer sometimes. A bit too much politics for my taste as well.



    • Eh. Some books are just not worth reading. You won't miss anything and save a lot of time not reading this ridiculous story.


    • The story might not be new nor unique, but the writing was solid, much better than lots of published books out there.


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