The Dreams of a Dying God Book One of The Goldanders War trilogy Previously published as Oberon s Dreams Even for a charismatic pirate three years is a long time to chase after an unimaginable treasure hidden in the ruins of

  • Title: The Dreams of a Dying God
  • Author: Aaron Pogue
  • ISBN: 9781477817803
  • Page: 177
  • Format: Paperback
  • Book One of The Goldanders War trilogy Previously published as Oberon s Dreams.Even for a charismatic pirate, three years is a long time to chase after an unimaginable treasure hidden in the ruins of an ancient city But when the fabled riches turn out to be virtually worthless, the outraged crew mutinies and leaves their former captain for dead.He is rescued by a mysteriBook One of The Goldanders War trilogy Previously published as Oberon s Dreams.Even for a charismatic pirate, three years is a long time to chase after an unimaginable treasure hidden in the ruins of an ancient city But when the fabled riches turn out to be virtually worthless, the outraged crew mutinies and leaves their former captain for dead.He is rescued by a mysterious king and transported back to a time of dwarves, druids, and fairies Enchanting as it is, though, his only wish is to return home and find justice but only the king has the power to return him for a price.Aided by a new and motley group of mystical creatures and misfits, he sets out on his quest, ultimately getting caught up in a war he wants nothing to do with and in the process changing the course of history itself.The Dreams of a Dying God is an action packed, richly imagined adventure fantasy from the author of The Dragonprince trilogy.

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    1. Aaron Pogue

      Aaron Pogue is a husband and a father of two who lives in Oklahoma City, OK Aaron started writing at the age of ten His first novels were high fantasy set in the rich world of the FirstKing, but he s explored mainstream thrillers, urban fantasy, and several kinds of science fiction Author of the Dragonprince s Legacy, the Godlanders War, and the Ghost Targets series, Aaron Pogue has sold a quarter of a million books since his debut in 2010.Aaron has been a Technical Writer with the Federal Aviation Administration and a writing professor at the university level He holds a Master of Professional Writing degree from the University of Oklahoma He also serves as the President of Draft2Digital, an ebook formatting, conversion, and distribution service that he helped found in 2012 For news, information, and updates, visit AaronPogue.

    725 thoughts on “The Dreams of a Dying God”

    1. The short and sweet likeable pirate finds himself out of time literally and figuratively and tries to find his way back.The nitpicky things first Hugh could have been anything We don t actually see him as a pirate and he could have just as well been a mercenary or general scoundrel for hire His history isn t very well fleshed out, though we get bits and pieces He spent all this time researching where the lost city tomb was, but what about pirating The world building I m going to not spoil anythi [...]


    2. I won this book in a good reads giveaway.So I have to say, the most traumatic thing of this book was the book burning in the beginning by the pirates Those poor books did not deserve thatOkay Moving on from the heartwrenching opening scenes of the book, let s move on to the actual review shall we.This book, I feel, is a mixed bag A part of me likes it but another part of me is like,I m not too sure how I feel about this.So, we have our main dude, Corin, who is a pirate with a heart of gold.I say [...]


    3. I had high hopes for this book, the plot sounded really interesting and I eagerly opened it for a good read No such luck I looked it up to see if I d gotten a second book in a series as there was no attempt whatsoever to character build, I thought maybe it had been done in a previous book Nope No character building, you re told the main character is a pirate, but he never pirates, you re told many things by the main character which he never does All the characters are flat, 2 dimensional, and yo [...]


    4. Well that could have been better.The premise was not good In fact if you read the summary you might think your in for a swashbuckling good time But your not.So a pirate I air quote here because honestly this guy could have been a shoe salesman and I wouldn t know the difference , ends up in the desert ok searching for treasure behind a door with his pirate crew where there is a city and no treasure, only books Ye gads As you can guess pirates books Trouble So his crew leaves him for dead and kid [...]


    5. Admission up front I chose this audiobook because it was read by the wonderful Luke Daniels, who also narrates the Iron Druid Chronicles I also liked the cover art Shallow but true.The story was faced paced, and Daniels did well with what he had Daniels always does well I had an out of story moment where I wondered what the Oberon in this story would sound like if Daniels had used the voice he saves for Oberon of the Iron Druid Chronicles Every time the hero in this story said, God s blood I exp [...]


    6. I was going to mark this book as 4 because I thought it lacked character development and was a bit confusing at the beginning Other than that it was a brilliant book Then I noticed right at the end that I had stupidly read the 3rd book in the series without reading the other 2 No wonder some of it didn t make sense at the beginning ButI got to the end of the book without even realising that it was part of a series that is how well written and captivating it was I thought it lacked a bit of chara [...]


    7. This book had an interesting sounding premise, and it was an enjoyable read, but I feel like I would have enjoyed it a lot if the author had been able to bring me the reader deeper into the story The book was well written, but it was missing that spark that really engages the reader and lets them lose themselves in a story If you are considering reading this book, then I would encourage you to give it a try It was enjoyable, and the plot was interesting It is almost a Sci Fi Fantasy crossover, [...]


    8. staffersbookreview 201Lot of potential here, but it just stayed on a very predictable adventure line Fun, but nothing .



    9. This really fed into my love of mythology Imagine finding the ruins of a lost city and then going back in time to see it s fall and become part of its history Very well done Loved the characters, loved the world, everything However I do find myself just short of wanting to know what comes next Not quite sure why, and maybe I ll change my mind on that later on after it settles.


    10. This should have been fantastic forgotten gods, ancient lost cities, pirates The problem is the main character, the pirate captain is really just annoying idiot In the end the main character was so annoying I couldn t face another 2 1 2 books of him.


    11. Strange This is one of the strangest books I ve ever read I m still not sure I understand all that happened or maybe didn t happen Who knows Maybe book two will clarify things a bit if I decide to read it Who knows


    12. I really wanted to like this book going in it had a lot of the sorts of things that typically catch my attention the rougish anti hero, unique world building, old school weapons, intrigue, characters you didn t know if you could trust, etc in other words, it checked off a good number of trope boxes yet Pogue seemed to put a different spin on them, which is usually a great sign To be fair, in a number of ways this was true, and there were points in the book where I did become very absorbed in the [...]


    13. I received this book for free from the author publisher in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.This book had an interesting premise, and I was really intrigued by its synopsis However, I was disappointed Pogue did make some effort to introduce this world of Jeezeli, trying to bring me into it and weave it an image that will make me feel like I m there Unfortunately, this did not happen I felt detached from this book, I didn t feel [...]


    14. I received a free copy for a honest review.I am not quite sure how I feel about this novel I enjoyed the fast paced plot, interesting world, and unusual concept Unfortunately, I was left disappointed Technically the book was meh The plot was fast with good pacing amd the dialogue was neither sluggish nor overly awkward However, the characters were extremely flat and I felt very little compassion or interest for them The book is a about a pirate captain who, after being betrayed by his first mate [...]


    15. I loved this book I was the recipient of a giveaway of this book and the second in the series, so I thank Aaron Pogue, 47North Books, and for what turned out to be a fantastic read, and what I expect will be another coming up next in my reading order I normally include at this point in my reviews some commentary on the editorial mechanics grammar, punctuation, typesetting, voice, etc , but I seriously had zero complaints about this novel It was well written and well edited The story gives a new [...]


    16. I m a fan of Aaron Pogue s other novels, so when I read this last week I was expecting to be impressed Sadly that was not to be.Oberon s Dreams seems like it s trying to serve too many different masters There s a swashbuckling adventure trying to come through and the action scenes are tolerable whenever they show up, but the stuff between them just doesn t work there s a mystical trek through the lands of Faerie which seems to be running underneath everything, but the few places where this is ma [...]


    17. While the book has its faults, it explored some interesting metaphysical or metamagical questions about the relationships between the world and its mystical Creator The meat of the tale is in the ever extraordinary actions of the protagonist, a pirate and a rogue and a thief who claims to be bad.He can steal anything from anyone, talk anyone fighting him into losing the fight, and find a weakness turn that into a plan before the reader has had the time to analyze the miserable situation he got [...]


    18. I tend to be pretty picky when it comes to fantasy novels I ve read a lot of them and I hate it when authors resort to the same old plot points and broad story maps as every other story Fortunately for me, The Dreams of a Dying God was fresh and original.It started out with a good hook, and managed to keep me guessing on what exactly would happen next It s a fantasy world with framing devices rooted in the modern world that helps keep the reader engaged trying to figure out how the two are entwi [...]


    19. I enjoyed this book enough to give it 3.5 stars if i could.The dialogue is well written, and the plot is interesting The characters, while not the most three dimensional, are at least memorable and sympathetic The plot, after beginning close to expectations, veers off in an unforseen and strange direction While I ultimately enjoyed the tale, I harbor a personal wariness of time travel, alternate dimensions, and the collision of these two things Overall the author handles the weirdest plot elemen [...]


    20. I was fortunate enough to obtain an advance reader s copy of this book I thoroughly enjoyed this swashbuckling fantasy adventure of a pirate who finds himself out of time and in another world wanting to return home Oberon s Dreams is reminiscent of Wizard of Oz and Prince of Persia The Sands of Time I could so easily see Jake Gyllenhaall s Dastan as the cocky pirate Hugh Corin a talented smooth talking scoundrel with a huge dash of humor While the explanation of Oberon s Dreams near the end had [...]


    21. This was a fun book to listen to Luke Daniels is one of my favorite narrators I wonder why the author chose to make Corin a pirate other than talking occasionally like a seafarer, he acted like an adventurer the story moved along nicely and the dialogue kept me engaged but toward the end of the book, the story became a bit confusing, especially Corin s conversation with Oberon about dreams and memories i was waving my hand in the car to move the story along Geez then Corin finally has the chanc [...]


    22. I received Aaron Pogue s The Dreams of a Dying God from the first reads program I have to say, I am quite impressed with this story From the get go with an action scene in an alternate reality Europe, to the revelation that this world is built within a dream of a man originally from our real world, the plot and action kept me engaged until the book ended far too soon for me I saw all the negative reviews on this book, and I do not understand why someone would dislike such a book, unless they fin [...]


    23. I received this book from.Pirate s Who doesn t like pirate s The only expectation I had for this book was it was about pirates When I think the word pirate I think of ships, then water, then treasure.There was treasure the best kind of treasure I think.And a mention of a ship.Some references of some time spent of the ocean.Defiantly not your everyday pirate book And easily not what I expected.Um, how to put this without using spoils.This is a pirate book and in a way it is about time travel In t [...]


    24. Oberon s Dreams by Aaron PogueCaptain Corin is a likeable scoundrel who runs afoul of his own pirate crew and finds himself a stranger in a strange land and time Captain Corin sees himself as an unmitigated blackguard but his actions say otherwise Since actions speak louder than words, I found myself enjoying his attempts to portray himself as an evil villain Pogue crafted an interesting setting and added a twist to what otherwise could have been a standard fantasy setting I m never sure how muc [...]


    25. Oberon s Dreams is a very interesting book about a pirate called Corbin Hugh who travel s to the dessert to find treasure buried for many of hundreds of years What he finds changes his life forever caught in the past and to find his way back he must meet the King Oberon that can send him home but what he must do and what he does and finds in this strange place and does changes the course of the future he wishes to return to It s a hard journey and they is a lot of adventure in this book and unus [...]


    26. I received this book as a free copy in exchange for giving an honest review.That being said I would give this book 3 stars Overall the book was well written and the story line is interesting to me but the story moved a little slow for me at times I found myself lost to the book in some parts but at other sections I felt like skimming was enough.The story is about a man that becomes displaced in time In this new time he is in he finds himself surrounded by mythical creatures and Gods that he grew [...]


    27. I have to say I wasn t impressed.i read the whole thing It started with good promise and was an interesting concept however the final third just dis not hold water for me The main character kept changing his mind over what to do and the motivation seemed shake to elicit such a strong response each time and then to keep changing, I was not convincedus was a mishmash of pirates and tine travel with elves and gods and dwarves with druids thrown in It just couldn t keep a handle on everything and to [...]


    28. I received this book through a First Reads giveaway.I enjoyed this book quite a bit The main character was likeable, even when he was being a bit of an ass The author took on the rather impressive task of having to create not just one but two fictional worlds for the book and, while maybe they could have each been developed , they were both fairly well crafted I enjoyed most of the secondary characters they were fairly well fleshed out wiyhout spending a lot of time on them Overall I was pretty [...]


    29. This is a sort of light hearted book that doesn t take itself too seriously It has humor and adventure in a classic style And it features time travel I m always a sucker for time travel.Our hero is pirate Corin Hugh, a lovable rogue that reminds me a bit of Errol Flynn s Robin Hood or The King of Thieves as played by Bruce Campbell In fact I kept picturing Bruce Campbell whenever Corin was in the scene and that just increased my enjoyment.It s just a very enjoyable book although it bogs down a l [...]


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