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Temeraire (Temeraire, #1-3) Naomi Novik Breathes New Life Into A Formidable Fantasy Icon With The First Three Books In An Exciting New Series Set During The Napoleonic Wars In Temeraire, Valiant Warriors Rise To Britain S Defense By Taking To The Skies Not Aboard Aircraft, But Atop The Mighty Backs Of Fighting Dragons.Thanks To Thousands Of Years Of Domestication, Dragons Have Come To Be Used As Fighting Forces Around The Globe England S Own Aviators Can Outfly Any Other Nation, But Napoleon S Dragons Outnumber Theirs Two To One So Capt Will Laurence Is Pleased When His Ship Captures A French Frigate And Its Precious Cargo, A Dragon Egguntil The Black Hatchling Unexpectedly Chooses To Bond With Him As Master Of The Noble Dragon He Names Temeraire, Laurence Must Leave His Beloved Navy And Report For Training In The Remote Coverts Of The Aerial Corps Together, The Pair Will Undergo A Crash Course In The Daring Tactics Of Airborne Battle Until, As Bonaparte S Own Dragon Forces Rally To Breach British Lines, Laurence And Temeraire Soar Into Their Baptism Of Fire.

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!!> Reading ➼ Temeraire (Temeraire, #1-3)  ➵ Author Naomi Novik – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Hardcover
  • 832 pages
  • Temeraire (Temeraire, #1-3)
  • Naomi Novik
  • English
  • 21 February 2018
  • 0739468715

10 thoughts on “Temeraire (Temeraire, #1-3)

  1. says:

    Best Dragon Book Ever.I have read a lot of dragon books over the years, from Anne McCaffrey s Dragonriders of Pern series to therecent Christopher Paolini s Inheritance Cycle and many others This series outshines them all First off, there is no magic None I know, I know, how can a world with dragons possibly exist without a little magic thrown in Don t those two go hand in hand Novik, however, brilliantly uses biology, anthropology, geography, sociology, Darwinism, and so much mor Best Dragon Book Ever.I have read a lot of dragon books over the years, from Anne McCaffrey s Dragonriders of Pern series to therecent Christopher Paolini s Inheritance Cycle and many others This series outshines them all First off, there is no magic None I know, I know, how can a world with dragons possibly exist without a little magic thrown in Don t those two go hand in hand Novik, however, brilliantly uses biology, anthro...

  2. says:

    If this collection had contained only the first book, it would be way up there in the five star range Instead it s a collection of three books with an unfinished storyline, and Books 2 3 aren t especially satisfying in of themselves As much as I love books set in this general timeframe not to mention Temeraire himself for me those two books were simply too caught up in the exacting...

  3. says:

    First two books are quite strong Very much in the tradition of the Aubrey Maturin, Hornblower, and Sharpes series, with Dragons, of course Smack dab in the middle of the Napoleonic Wars Hits the points anyone with vague awareness would know Austerlitz, f rinstance and leaves one hungry for the Portuguese campaign and, ultimately, Waterloo Excellent handing of the tension between duty freely given and slavery compelled Characters develop slowly except for Temeraire himself and Laurence , First two books are quite strong Very much in the tradition of the Aubrey Maturin, Hornblower, and Sharpes series, with Dragons, of course Smack dab in the middle of the Napoleonic Wars Hits the po...

  4. says:

    In His Majesty s Service contains the first three novels His Majesty s Dragon, Throne of Jade, and Black Powder War in the Temeraire Series, currently at five novels, collected in a single volume Each novel is quite short, so even in a single volume they are manageable for comparison s sake, they remain dwarfed by The Way of Kings on my bookshelf It also contains a new short story set in the same secondary universe.Set during the Napoleonic Wars, the series begins with a ship from the Britis In His Majesty s Service contains the first three novels His Majesty s Dragon, Throne of Jade, and Black Powder War in the Temeraire Series, currently at five novels, collected in a single volume Each novel is quite short, so even in a single volume they are manageable for comparison s sake, they remain dwarfed by The Way of Kings on my bookshelf It also contains a new short story set in the same secondary universe.Set during the Napoleonic Wars, the series begins with a ship from the British navy, captained by William Laurence, capturing a French ship carrying a dragon egg The egg was to be a gift to Napoleon from the Chinese emperor A human dragon bond must be built immediately, the egg is ready to hatch, and they are far from land, so Laurence is forced to become the dragon s captain he names him Temeraire and leave the navy for the British air force, which is populated entirely by dragons and thei...

  5. says:

    Being a fan of Patrick O Brian and the Aubrey Maturin series as well as Bernard Cornwall s Sharpe books, I was intrigued with Naomi Novik s Temeraire series On the whole, I would give it a C B First to the good stuff Novik is a good writer She manages to capture the flavor of the Napoleonic eraoften than not though she can t hold a candle to O Brian s evocation of early 19th century Britain She s also created likable characters in William Laurence and Temeraire Now the bad Being a fan of Patrick O Brian...

  6. says:

    I have mixed feelings about these three books His Majesty s Dragon was a great story and I could barely put it down The whole experience of Laurence and Temeraire first meeting and training together made me excited for what was to come Throne of Jade created the background for Temeraire, the type of dragon he is, and a major enemy that appears in the next book However, the pace slowed down dramatically Spending the whole book in China didn t seem like the best use of time maybe historical I have mixed feelings about these three books His Majesty s Dragon was a great story and I could barely put it down The whole experience of Laurence and Temeraire first meeting and training together made me excited for what was to come Throne of Jade created the background for Temeraire, the type of dragon he is, and a major enemy that appears in the next book However, the pace slowed down dramatically Spending the whole book in China didn t seem like the best use of time maybe historically speaking Novik needed that span of time before the next battles begun Black Powder War took me forever to get t...

  7. says:

    I enjoyed reading this historical fantasy which combines Napoleonic wars with the exciting and imaginative addition of dragons as the Air Force This particular publication includes the first three books in the series The books focus not only on the time period and battles but also on the relationship between the dragons and their pilots The protagonists, Temeraire, the celestial dragon and his pilot, Capt William Lawrence have a fun and developing relationship throughout the three books The I enjoyed reading this historical fantasy which combines Napoleonic wars with the exciting and imaginative addition of dragons as the Air Force This particular publication includes the first three books in the series The books focus not only on the time period and battles but also on the relationship between the dragons and their pilots The protagonists, Temeraire, the celestial dragon and his pilot, Capt William Lawre...

  8. says:

    The Napoleonic Wars is my favorite time era in Britian sp after the Victorian Era, so imagine my surprise when I found a book series that basically just adds dragons to it I was hooked from chapter one It was amazing This particular book incorporates the first three books in the series I love the writing an...

  9. says:

    Once I got started I couldn t put it down You can tell because I effectively read it in 1 2 days I got sucked into the fantastical world where dragons talk Laurence s affinity for Temeraire is so sweet and endearing, as is Berkley s camaraderie with his dragon and Captain Harcourt with Lily I want a talking dragon Watching Laurence and Temeraire s relationship evolve throughout the book, in a time of war no less, was fascinating U learn with Laurence about dragons and their peculiarities Once I got started I couldn t put it down You can tell because I effectively read it in 1 2 days I got su...

  10. says:

    loooove, love, love this series these dragons are lovable, funny, smart the adventures both the riders and their dragons face had me up all night, literlly could not sleep until i finshed the book i read the first 3 books in a weeks time its been along while though since i did, but i remember temaraire and the rock well still giggling can t wait to finish 6, 7 and enticipating publishment of 8 in 2013 only reason i have not read them all yet is, i am not rich enough to support my reading loooove, love, love this series these dragons are lovable, funny, smart the adventures both the riders and their dragons face had me up all night, literlly could not sleep until i finshed the book i read the first 3 books in a weeks time its been along while though since i did, but i remember temaraire and the rock well still giggling can t wait to finish 6, 7 and enticipating publishment of 8 in 20...

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