Friday Firsts: Twilight of the Dragons by Andy Remic


Friday Firsts is a new meme that runs every Friday over on Tenacious Reader. The idea is to feature the first few sentences/paragraph of your current book and try and outline your first impressions as a result. This is a quick and easy way to share a snippet of information about your current read and to perhaps tempt others.  Stop on by and link up with Tenacious Reader.


Taken from the first chapter as oppose to the prologue:

‘The insanity of violence and bloodshed which followed, well, it all started because of cock.’

My First Impressions

What are you reading right now? Did it start out strong? Feel free to join in.

4 Responses to “Friday Firsts: Twilight of the Dragons by Andy Remic”

  1. Tammy

    I’m not reading this series but I am intrigued by any stories with dragons. Hope you love it!

    • @lynnsbooks

      It’s an unusual series – the dragons are interesting to say the least, The second book is very different from the first which is a bit strange but I have the last 10% to go so I’ll see how that changes or not. I don’t think this is a series for everyone and I definitely wouldn’t recommend it to some of my blogging friends – just too harsh, dark, gritty, lots of cursing and swearing up a storm. It’s really very dark and the ‘c’ work is splashed around more than regular words such as ‘the’ – okay, I probably exaggerate but it is no doubt in every other sentence! And some people find that very offensive so I’m just saying!
      Lynn 😀

  2. Maryam (@thecurioussffreader)

    The covers of those books are awesome but I had a ton of issues with the first book, so much so in fact, that when I finished it (I was in a train), I left my copy of it on my seat hoping that the person that would pick it up would like it more than me!

    • @lynnsbooks

      I must admit that these books are definitely not for everyone – they’re a little bit, crude, I suppose is the best way of saying it. There’s a lot of language and bloodshed, sex and references to other nasty things that I won’t elaborate on. I think this book is even more difficult in that respect so if you didn’t like the first I would definitely not go down this route!
      I can see why it wouldn’t be for everyone.
      Lynn 😀

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