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Dragon's Eye

(Sumeria's Sons #5)

4.36  ·  Rating details ·  240 ratings  ·  36 reviews
In the wake of birth and betrayal, Ushna takes the God Ashur to Tristan in a last desperate bid to save Tristan's life—and is helpless to do anything but watch as Ashur instead buries him in a grave. Though he has no desire to go on living, having now lost Brian and Tristan, Ushna has no choice. Not only do their children need him, the mysterious Simurgh has come out of hi ...more
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Published October 7th 2015 by Less Than Three Press (first published October 6th 2015)
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Reread November 2020

Still a wild ride even after multiple rereads.

Reread February 2019

Gets me every time...

Reread June 2018

Still intense the second time around.

Originally read October 2017

The time has come, war is eminent and Brian, Tristan and Ushna have sealed their bond. Betrayal is close and it hurts...deeply. The gods and goddesses are here and Tristan has been proclaimed the King. It's time for the children of Tiamat to be free.

If you follow me at all, you know I have be
Nov 26, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

I just loving this series.
This series just gets better and better.
May 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
August is so far away!! :( Need the next book now!!!
Oct 04, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Loved it, Loved it, Loved it.

Now I just have to wait for the next one to be released ;)
Oct 24, 2015 rated it really liked it
I love this series so much.
Chris, the Dalek King
Dear gods, how to sum up this book…

It kinda does a rewind, in the first bit of this story. Tristan is dead (but not really), and Ushna is left with the triplets and a whole lot of grief. While he can occasionally feel the pull of his lover, he does not want to put too much hope in that. But he cannot just sit around and mourn. There is an army at his gates, a spy in their midst, and without Tristan the throne has fallen to their infant sons.

To say that things were a mess would be an understateme
Mar 11, 2015 rated it it was amazing
This series is killing me. It's so fantastic. Why can't other M/M/M fantasy series be more like this?! It might actually convert me (though I highly doubt it. This insanity is a one time deal, and boy is it worth it!!!)

Finally one of these books end on less shaky footing. I could even say that was a "happy" ending, if you will. So much went down, and all of it for the good of the Tribes, our kings, their children, and even the gods (although some of them will not like the outcome. I am overjoye
Serena Yates
The fifth volume of the epic ‘Sumeria’s Sons’ series is a turning point as well as a new beginning for the lycans and other species of a paranormal world that successfully blends Sumerian legends and werewolf lore into an ever-growing, fascinating tapestry of story threads. It begins where book four ended, with Tristan’s apparent death, and follows Ushna through the difficult days, weeks, then months of mourning. Old and new enemies wrangle for positions while the various gods follow their own p ...more
Oct 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
This is one of the stronger installments in this series, which is a pleasure to see. I hope the author has a vision of the whole story arc in mind, and that she's working towards that end. Earlier in the series, it felt a bit like fan fic that is posted a bit at a time, with new plots and characters added at the author's whim, with no overarching plan. There is a lot of myth and folklore within this tale, and the author is getting a bit better at weaving it into the story.

There were several impo
Jan 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 5-stars, b-2018-read
Can’t wait for more

4.5 ⭐️
This one is the best of the series. I liked the fact that it had multiple POV’s as we really got to see things from everyone’s perspective. I liked that Tristan and Brian both remembered all of their past lives even the ones that they weren’t nice people. I wonder how Ushna will be changed.
All the threads are starting to come together and I can’t wait to read the final book and see how it all plays out
4.5 stars - I loved that the three finally came together! I was surprised by the betrayals committed. So much was going on in this book, just like the others in the series. Definitely not a dull moment. I also love that it ended on a positive note even with battles looming. I'm so glad I am able to read the final book soon!!
Andrea Goodell
Oct 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
WOW! Best yet! Almost 300 hundred pages of none stop action, emotion, passion, dreams, reality, betrayals,friends formed and lost.

As they say, The show must go on. So even though Ushna knows Tristan is lost but not dead he must continue. For the pups, for Theo’s kids. For the greater good. But as the months slip by, Ushna slips more and more into a deeper despair and we can feel his pain, he’s losing weight, only focused on the pups and not really the goings on around him. Until his hand is forc
re-read: April 2020

Continue to still love this series

Rating: 4.5 stars

This is once again another great addition to the Sumeria's Sons series. The thing that I loved about this book in particular was we get to see things from multiple perspectives. In addition to Tristan, we also get Ushna's and Brian's point of view.

I loved the addition of the little dragonet. Nathan on the other hand, I wanted to strangle. I am very curious to see where they are going with his character. I am really hoping that
Oct 09, 2015 rated it did not like it
I had to drop at this one. I love the series but not even half way through the book I lost all interest in it.
There been scenes that dragged out your last patience but important one that been left out completely.
Not to mention I could hardly follow the strange time frame. Half way through the chapter, you realize that 3 months passed, 3 passages later, it's suddenly 8 months.
I stopped reading it because I enjoyed the other books and I didn't want to diminish them because of this one.
Aug 19, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was a hard one for me to rate since I went ahead and read the next book before sitting down to review this one. When I first finished this book I wasn't blown away by it. I was happy to finally see a continuation of the series but this book in many ways changes the how series feels.. The last book hinted at some big changes and this book sweeps in a basically knocks away a lot of what was built up in the first couple of books. For me the story weaves out a lot more plot lines that I wa ...more
Aug 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Oh my stars this is the best book of the series I've read yet. My heart broke all over again as we watch Ashur put Tristan into the earth from Ushna's point of view. Then we meet Séana in her full form as she guards over the shattered Ushna and all the of his pups, including naming Astar.

I could understand the concerns on who to trust after Tristan was lured to the prison of Mithra and the he-boar Verethragna by Daniel in hopes of killing Tristan and stealing his infants to open the King's Tomb.
4.5 Stars

This story has gotten better and better with each installment. And this one brought in whole new elements while wrapping up a few threads that had been dangling for awhile. There's a slight rewind at the beginning of this story to show Ushna's side of the things after Tristan's "death." I really felt for him and the pain he was dealing with after the birth of his and Tristan's triplets, the loss of his mate, and the tease of knowing something is telling him Tristan is still out there. H
Serena Yates
The fifth volume of the epic ‘Sumeria’s Sons’ series is a turning point as well as a new beginning for the lycans and other species of a paranormal world that successfully blends Sumerian legends and werewolf lore into an ever-growing, fascinating tapestry of story threads. It begins where book four ended, with Tristan’s apparent death, and follows Ushna through the difficult days, weeks, then months of mourning. Old and new enemies wrangle for positions while the various gods follow their own p ...more
Apr 02, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Dec 02, 2015 rated it really liked it
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Review can be read at It's About The Book

Ushna and his three babies are waiting. Everyone magically bound to Tristan believes he lives, but after watching Ashur bury an almost dead Tristan in the ground Ushna isn’t doing well. Politically, things are not going well, either. And one of the babies is a funny color. Things just aren’t good. Then Tristan comes back, and even though all the other problems still exist Ushna isn’t alone. Tristan finds himself much changed after his return. He also
I like this story because it's pretty interesting, but I have a lot of problems with it.
My main problem is that parts of it seem to come out of nowhere. This series started off as a a werewolf novella love story. Now the books are full length and the main character is a dragon Demi-God with two lovers. ...What? I really dislike how much the story has changed. There's been no lead or build up. The change just happens. The series really isn't even the same series any longer. A sign of a good auth
Aug 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
The world this author made was amazing and the authors writing was so good!
Now is when I tell you do not make the same mistake I did and read this as a stand alone. Because I was honestly so lost and I had no idea what was going on.
I wished I would have read the other books in this series first because this book was so good! I love all things paranormal so reading about dragons and Lupe's with there mates battling their enemies with a story this good was awesome.
You get Ushna who is left alon
Aug 22, 2015 rated it it was ok
I've tried, and I think this is the last of this author I'm going to read. I love the concept of the series, and gave it a B- on All About Romance earlier this year, but yeah, I'm done now.

Things I have a problem with:
There is no sense of time passing, in both this book and the previous one. But there's still a lot of time passing. It's confusing.
There's so much introspection going on that I got honestly got kinda bored. The moments of action aren't very exciting, and the rest is talking about w
May 25, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: mm
Best book in the entire series so far. I loved seeing the relationship development between Tristan, Ushna, and Brian. It's great to finally see them all together at last. The alternating first person viewpoint between the three of them really allowed me to see things from each of their eyes and get to know them better individually. It showcased just how different each of them are and how they complement one another perfectly to form a solid triad. The story itself is action packed, many question ...more
Oct 04, 2015 rated it really liked it
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4 'Hang on to your seat' Stars!

This is a new to me author and I enjoyed her writing. This is not the first book in the series and I found myself sometimes a bit lost but I am not a stickler for knowing every aspect of a story. I can easily move along. I didn't feel the need to go back and read the previous books. I just went with the flow of the story.

The author takes us on a very heart-felt and busy journey with the characters. What an imagination
Denise White

This series is so freaking good!!!the first 20% I was like to much information and people ....I was kinda times it just too many God's and other secondary characters to keep up with...but of course most of it came back to me and I was at the edge of my seat!! Don't mind the cliffhanger 6 will be soon to come!! My biggest surprise was Cory...I didn't see that coming... the book was just AWESOME!!!!
Sep 26, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
It was great to see Tristan, Ushna and Brian all together and I can't wait for the next book to see what happens next. Loved the scene with Tristan playing with his babies.
Dec 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: m-m
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