Mating Flight

Mating Flight It S Finally Time For Jyothky And Eight Other Misfit Adolescent Dragons To Go Off To An Unexplored, Dragon Free Universe And Decide Who Will Marry Whom They Re Astral Dragons, Mighty And Arrogant, With Devastating Breath Weapons And Vast Magical Powers, And They Re Not Even There To Conquer The Place What Kind Of Trouble Could The Natives Possibly Be Even Civilized And Technologically Sophisticated Natives Or The Mind Controlling Parasite Worms, Or The Undead God, Or Any Of Hove S Other Surprises Maybe Quite A Lot Of Trouble, But Not As Much As They Will Bring Upon Themselves

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 366 pages
  • Mating Flight
  • Bard Bloom
  • English
  • 03 June 2019

10 thoughts on “Mating Flight

  1. says:

    Note I am a long time fan of Bard s work and was a beta reader on this project The Mating Flight duology is my favorite of Bard Bloom s published works to date.Bard s dragons are creatures of breathtaking power and vast talents They are also rife with ordinary, petty problems as they struggle to cope with their greatest allies and enemies one another Their culture is both alien and perfectly understandable from their perspective Jyothky makes a splendid guide to this culture, despite or perhaps because she is frequently blind to its faults When the book opens, Jyothky is a whiny, self involved youth whose concerns revolve almost entirely around how she is perceived by her peers Her growth from this point is slow and fitful and delightfully plausible.The early part of the book is engaging, as Bard sets the stage for how a mating flight is supposed to go The need for this context won t become clear until later, as Jyothky s own mating flight goes off the rails in ways she could not even imagine at the start And then gets further and further from the normal course as the story unfolds While I enjoyed the scene setting as well, I especially like the later part of the book and its sequel, as Jyothky and her fianc s are forced to grow and consider what they truly want for their lives, and what kind of dragons they want to be.I also adore the themes of the book Jyothky is a dragoness wielding immense personal power she can melt mountains, casually shrug off the effects of heavy weaponry, destroy weapons of mass destruction, heal herself and others of mortal wounds, and far Yet for all this, she is also crippled she has no sense of touch The spells that tell her when she s been damaged are no subsitute for a sense of pain, or for feeling warmth, cold, a caress, a hug, or anything else Neither her power nor her disability are downplayed in the story, even though she takes the former for granted and whinges frequently about the latter The book explores how vast power may not be sufficient to achieve personal goals, and for that matter that getting what you want might be one of the worst outcomes One sees the devastation wrought by overconfidence and carelessness, and how people of all kinds can do terrible things in the name of pride Everything that happens in this book follows sensibly from the choices characters make, from their worst blunders to their greatest triumphs Arguably the same event, in certain cases I love this duology Go Buy it Encourage Bard Bloom to write .

  2. says:

    This book is very entertaining and it s a page turner reading I read this book in three days because I didn t manage to put it down I like the main character, a fiery tempered dragoness and all the witty dialogues and funny situations with the other dragons I ll be reading the next book to see how this adventure ends.

  3. says:

    What an odd book Definitely half of a story A great deal of in character homophobia and internalized homophobia, which was hard to read even though it s portrayed as a bad thing And tons of biological details of dragon sex I ll never look at the word cloaca the same again.

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