Dragon Blood

Dragon Blood

The battle against a vengeful goddess reaches a climactic point as Lily Yu must now face the ultimate challenge in a dangerous new realm?without her husband, Rule... When a mission to rescue five children stolen by an Old One falls apart under the assault of a demon prince, Lily wakes up in a strange reality?and is immediately taken captive by the dragon spawn who rule ther The battle against a vengeful goddess reaches a climactic point as Lily Yu must now face the ultimate challenge i...

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Title:Dragon Blood
Author:Eileen Wilks
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Genres:Fantasy
ISBN:Dragon Blood
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:391 pages pages

Dragon Blood Reviews

  • Cathy (cathepsut)
    Dec 18, 2016

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

  • Miki
    Sep 27, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

    4 stars. After reading some of the other reviews, I think it was a good choice to listen to the Graphic Audio rather than the book for this installment. As I was able to do this back to back with Dragon Spawn, it felt a lot more cohesive and we get the conclusion to the rescue we sh...

    Too much info I won't lie to you i almost want to give this 3 stars. I absolutely adore this series but this book was very hard to finish. I won't say it's boring because so much was going on but it could have been wrapped up sooner. Too many bits of unnecessary information or just ...

    " ... strength doesn't make things easy. It makes things possible. And no one really is strong. We don't have some well of strength we can drop a bucket into and scoop some up. We all have to make it up as we go along ... " After spending all of 2016 reading and thoroughly enjoying...

    This week, I obtained and read a galley of DRAGON BLOOD by Eileen Wilks, out in January 2018. The previous volume in the series, which I'd read on vacation back in August, ends on a cliffhanger, so this was a real relief! As usual with this series, the book left some plot threads dangl...

    And another series I'm giving up on. The story gets lost in all the details of Lilyverse - gates vs. portals, Dis vs. Hell, demons who change sex. dragons who are good unless they're bad - everything else, all explained in excruciating and endlessly endless detail. The relationship bet...

  • Victoria Janssen
    Oct 11, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

    4 stars. After reading some of the other reviews, I think it was a good choice to listen to the Graphic Audio rather than the book for this installment. As I was able to do this back to back with Dragon Spawn, it felt a lot more cohesive and we get the conclusion to the rescue we sh...

    Too much info I won't lie to you i almost want to give this 3 stars. I absolutely adore this series but this book was very hard to finish. I won't say it's boring because so much was going on but it could have been wrapped up sooner. Too many bits of unnecessary information or just ...

    " ... strength doesn't make things easy. It makes things possible. And no one really is strong. We don't have some well of strength we can drop a bucket into and scoop some up. We all have to make it up as we go along ... " After spending all of 2016 reading and thoroughly enjoying...

    This week, I obtained and read a galley of DRAGON BLOOD by Eileen Wilks, out in January 2018. The previous volume in the series, which I'd read on vacation back in August, ends on a cliffhanger, so this was a real relief! As usual with this series, the book left some plot threads dangl...

  • Steph
    Feb 03, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

    4 stars. After reading some of the other reviews, I think it was a good choice to listen to the Graphic Audio rather than the book for this installment. As I was able to do this back to back with Dragon Spawn, it felt a lot more cohesive and we get the conclusion to the rescue we sh...

    Too much info I won't lie to you i almost want to give this 3 stars. I absolutely adore this series but this book was very hard to finish. I won't say it's boring because so much was going on but it could have been wrapped up sooner. Too many bits of unnecessary information or just ...

    " ... strength doesn't make things easy. It makes things possible. And no one really is strong. We don't have some well of strength we can drop a bucket into and scoop some up. We all have to make it up as we go along ... " After spending all of 2016 reading and thoroughly enjoying...

  • Darcy
    Jan 10, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

  • Melissa
    Feb 13, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

  • Jessica
    Feb 07, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

  • Shelley
    Oct 20, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

  • (Tori-Smexybooks) smexys_sidekick
    Jan 05, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

  • Kathy Martin
    Dec 01, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

  • Kate Douglas
    Apr 30, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

  • Elizabeth
    Feb 28, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

  • Li
    May 18, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

  • Beth
    Jan 04, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

  • Jen Davis
    Dec 22, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

  • Mitticus
    Feb 02, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

  • Beth
    Dec 04, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

  • Paraphrodite
    May 01, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

    4 stars. After reading some of the other reviews, I think it was a good choice to listen to the Graphic Audio rather than the book for this installment. As I was able to do this back to back with Dragon Spawn, it felt a lot more cohesive and we get the conclusion to the rescue we sh...

  • Michele
    Nov 29, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

  • Andrea
    Jan 21, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

  • Shari Kay
    Jan 19, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

  • Cardyn Brooks
    Feb 05, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

  • Linda
    Dec 20, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

  • Gilbert Stack
    Jan 05, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

  • Dahrose
    Jan 08, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    Aug 07, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

  • Danielle Gypsy Soul
    May 15, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

  • Deborah E Kehoe
    Dec 04, 2017

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

  • Jumms
    Jun 30, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...

    I had such a hard time with this book, much like the one set in Dis. It was so wordy and easy to get lost with the unfamiliar setting and all the language issues. I did really like the parts with Rule and Grandmother, love how their relationship has changed. I also liked how Lily an...

    This was an advance reading copy. I was not very happy with the previous instalment in this series, and had thought about giving up on it. So glad I didn't, this book was great! I was also not pleased to see the book start with Rule and Lily separated....AGAIN... I like their int...

    Review written by Marie for Ever After Book Reviews! 3.5 Stars I have to be honest here. I wasn?t a HUGE fan of this book. I?ve read the first books in the series, and I enjoyed those, but with Dragon Blood being set mostly in the dragon realm, without the earth realm, I just...

    I love Lily and Rue. This was the second installment of what happens when the two of them and their friends go up against the G.B. This time they end up in Dragonhome and we learn more about dragons and their spawn, as well as more about Grandmother. I laughed at parts and held my brea...

    The previous book left us hanging - as in cliffhanger - and book 14 finally gives us some closure. Wilks doesn't get enough credit when it comes to this wonderful series - each book is well-plotted, tons of actions, with excellent bad guys who are layered - and then there is Lily and R...

    Way too much info-dumping and introspection. The story just about came together at the end, but this was really the second half to the previous book. Both books could have been edited down into a single volume IMO. ...

    Better than the last book, but the two should have been combined and heavily edited into one book. ...

    4 stars. After reading some of the other reviews, I think it was a good choice to listen to the Graphic Audio rather than the book for this installment. As I was able to do this back to back with Dragon Spawn, it felt a lot more cohesive and we get the conclusion to the rescue we sh...

    Too much info I won't lie to you i almost want to give this 3 stars. I absolutely adore this series but this book was very hard to finish. I won't say it's boring because so much was going on but it could have been wrapped up sooner. Too many bits of unnecessary information or just ...

  • Debrac2014
    Jan 20, 2018

    This book was very detailed! It was difficult to connect to the plot when you are given a description of everything throughout the entire novel. I felt that with some editing to remove the excessive, detailed, descriptions this would be a solid 5 star read, As it stands it's 3.5 stars ...

    Best read back to back with the previous book. Avoids frustration at the end of that one, due to the massive cliffhanger, aka it stopped practically in the middle of a chapter. Some heavy editing of this one here with some massive cuts and publishing those two books in one might have b...

    Remember the Cliffhanger? aka when ppl are dying in Dis and... ...suddenly you are in another place? Yep. That's the one. Well , it goes like this: a little of and then we got the impression of having fall into with less enfasis in the sacrifice of the virgi...

    Full disclosure, Dragon Blood is a book I found difficult to get into, and I skimmed a bit. Parts of the story were interesting, but there was too much skipping around and far too much detailed description of random ?stuff?. I would have loved for this book and the last one to have...

    2.5 ? It took me 4 nights to read Dragon Blood. 4! I've read a 1000 page Sanderson's book in less time. Explanation upon explanation of magical theory and philosophical discussions literally were putting me to sleep. I kept reading the same paragraphs over and over and they still ...

    Dragon Blood takes off from where the previous book, Dragon Spawn, left readers with an annoying cliffhanger. Lily, Rule, and a number of others were in the demon world Dis, trying to retrieve the Lupi children kidnapped by dragon spawn Tom Weng and the avatar of the Great Bitch. Event...

    *Source* NetGalley *Genre* Urban Fantasy *Rating* 3.0 *Thoughts* Dragon Blood is the 14th installment in author Eileen Wilks World of the Lupi series. If you are a fan of this series, then you have already read Dragon Spawn. If you've read Dragon Spawn, then you know that that ...

    Eileen Wilks has been setting up a showdown between Lily, Rule and The Great Bitch for what feels like eons. This is book fourteen after all. The Great Bitch is the supreme villain, although our heroes have been fighting her minions since this series started. She has focused on Lily be...

    When I finished reading Eileen Wilks? DRAGON SPAWN over two years ago, I remember closing the pages (yes, I always buy Eileen in print!) and going, ?Huh?? I felt as if I'd stopped in the middle of one of the best books I?d read in ages. Then, the more I thought about it, the mo...

    Lily Yu, along with Rule, Cynna, Grandmother, and Gan, find themselves in Long Jia, the fabled Dragonhome, on their quest to rescue the missing Lupi children. The missing children include Rule's son Toby and Cynna's daughter Ryder. Of course, they are also trying to defeat the Great Bi...

    At the end of the last book, I was like %$*# cliffhangers At the end of this book, I'm like yay!!!! Good resolution to this story arc, and Wilks built the groundwork for the next story arc. There's not real "romance" in here exactly, though many other kinds of love are shown. ...

    Interesting. Thankfully doesn't end on a cliffhanger. I have no idea where that brother came from. I'll probably need to do a backwards re-read -- unless it was part of a short story? ...

    I?ve enjoyed the Lupi series and looked forward to every book coming out until this one. The last book, Dragon Spawn, began to lose my interest about the time the group went to Dis and then left us in a cliffhanger that promised more of the same. This one, with its otherworldly setti...

    Eileen Wilks drops us right back into the action with this latest installment of her World of the Lupi series and thankfully, she begins with a great recap; otherwise, I think I would have completely forgotten what was going on. You see, the last book stopped right in the middle of the...

    Honestly, I'm having a tough time hanging with this series. I absolutely love the characters and I like the pack dynamics and the relationships but the constant spewing of magical theory and how things work is driving me crazy. It's long, drawn out and quite frankly really boring. It s...

    Originally posted at SmexyBooks-https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3... Favorite Quote: ?You suggest we throw humans at them instead of rocks?? Reviewed by Tori We left Dragon Spawn after the Lupi children?s? kidnapping was arranged by the dragon spawn in return for a...

    So my first thought at the end of Dragon Spawn was, "Oh, no, not another Dis story!" Well, other fans of this awesome series must have expressed similar dismay because E.W. very cleverly incorporates those complaints into the words and thoughts of Lily, Cynna, Rule, and other character...

    I didn't care for the beginning, I found the story line moving too slowly, but it picked up by the midpoint of the story! I enjoyed it from that point on! Interesting story! ...