The Flood Dragon's Sacrifice (Tide Dragons, #1)

The Flood Dragon s Sacrifice Tide Dragons Two rival clans Two sacred pearls the Tide Jewels that can summon the Tide Dragons to protect the empire Two young men Kaito and Naoki one a Black Crane healer the other a Red Kite shinobi are s

  • Title: The Flood Dragon's Sacrifice (Tide Dragons, #1)
  • Author: Sarah Ash
  • ISBN: 9781783014
  • Page: 453
  • Format: ebook
  • Two rival clans Two sacred pearls, the Tide Jewels, that can summon the Tide Dragons to protect the empire Two young men, Kaito and Naoki, one a Black Crane healer, the other a Red Kite shinobi, are sucked into an ancient, unresolved conflict between the gods of land and sea, when the exiled Red Kites steal the Tide Jewels and re ignite a bitter clan war Kaito must findTwo rival clans Two sacred pearls, the Tide Jewels, that can summon the Tide Dragons to protect the empire Two young men, Kaito and Naoki, one a Black Crane healer, the other a Red Kite shinobi, are sucked into an ancient, unresolved conflict between the gods of land and sea, when the exiled Red Kites steal the Tide Jewels and re ignite a bitter clan war Kaito must find a way to restore the emperor s jewels but how can it be done without betraying his own clan or angering the gods

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    About “Sarah Ash

    • Sarah Ash

      Sarah Ash was born and brought up in Bath At university she trained as a musician, but is now a teacher and author of highly praised novels, such as the Tears of Artamon Trilogy Sarah Ash has recently moved back to Bath.

    393 thoughts on “The Flood Dragon's Sacrifice (Tide Dragons, #1)

    • I was a big fan of Tears of Artamon because of its unique take on fantasy and fun style. This is the first book I've read by Sarah Ash other than that series, and it's trying to do something similar. The difference is that it's a fictionalized re-imagined magical Japan this time instead of Europe. That's a prospect that made me very excited before I started reading.But the actual novel doesn't hold up to the premise. Despite a short length it drags. The story is simple and the characters seem mo [...]


    • I am a big fan of Sarah Ash’s work so far. I devoured the Tears of Artamon trilogy and was eager to read more. I was thrilled to learn that Sarah had self-published a new novel: The Flood Dragon’s Sacrifice. I enjoyed the story of Naoki, Masao, Kaito and Satami, but it didn’t grab me as much as the Tears of Artamon did. The story was entertaining and special enough to keep me reading, but I missed something that I can’t quite put my finger on.Just as her Tears of Artamon books, the book [...]


    • I loved this book. Set in mediaeval Japan, it tells the story of rival clans whose blood feud has endured for many years, and the fate of their sons and daughters who have to choose between family loyalty with its rigid burdens of honour, or loyalty to friends and lovers - and deeper magical forces.The dragons of the title, Ebb and Flood, are bound to serve the Emperor of Cipangu by two precious pearls, the Tide Jewels. The jewels underpin the power of the Emperor, so when renegade clansmen stea [...]


    • This was a pleasant enough story. Unfortunately, for a reason that I just can't quite put my finger on, it doesn't feel well written. This isn't an award winning novel that will blow your mind in any way, but it would be the perfect book to pick up if you had the flu and so couldn't focus on anything too heavy.


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