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Peitsen sodan päättyessä Mustan Kuningattaren voimien tappioon joukko hänen drakosotilaitaan lähti taistelukentältä. Ensimmäisen Lohikäärmearmeijan insinöörisotilaat totesivat, että sodassa on yksi haittapuoli – siinä voi saada surmansa. Päättäväisen komentajansa, Kang-nimisen bozakin johdolla drakot taivaltavat Kharolisvuorille. He rakentavat leppoisaan pikku laaksoon kylä Peitsen sodan päättyessä Mustan Kuningattaren voimien tappioon joukko hänen drakosotilaitaan lähti taistelukentältä. Ensimmäisen Lohikäärmearmeijan insinöörisotilaat totesivat, että sodassa on yksi haittapuoli – siinä voi saada surmansa. Päättäväisen komentajansa, Kang-nimisen bozakin johdolla drakot taivaltavat Kharolisvuorille. He rakentavat leppoisaan pikku laaksoon kylän ja koettavat elää rauhassa. Kovaksi onneksi laakson toisessa päässä asuvat mannunkääpiöt eivät halua jakaa maataan drakojen kanssa. Hyökkäys johtaa toiseen neljännesvuosisadan vihanpidossa. Nyt on kesä, liekehtivä kesä. Krynnin tuomio on käsillä. Maailmassa tapahtuu outoja ja kauheita asioita – asioita, joihin kukaan laaksossa ei kiinnitä pienintäkään huomiota. Kääpiöt ovat näet löytäneet kartan reitistä valtavan aarteen luo syvällä Thorbardinin suuren kääpiövaltakunnan tunneleiden uumenissa. Drakot puolestaan ovat saaneet selville, että tämä aarre on heille arvokkaampi kuin kaikki maailman rikkaudet. Heidän täytyy vain löytää se ennen kääpiöitä. Samaan aikaan Mustalla Kuningattarella on omat suunnitelmansa. Kuka löytää aarteen ensimmäisenä? Ja kuka elää kyllin kauan nauttiakseen siitä?


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Peitsen sodan päättyessä Mustan Kuningattaren voimien tappioon joukko hänen drakosotilaitaan lähti taistelukentältä. Ensimmäisen Lohikäärmearmeijan insinöörisotilaat totesivat, että sodassa on yksi haittapuoli – siinä voi saada surmansa. Päättäväisen komentajansa, Kang-nimisen bozakin johdolla drakot taivaltavat Kharolisvuorille. He rakentavat leppoisaan pikku laaksoon kylä Peitsen sodan päättyessä Mustan Kuningattaren voimien tappioon joukko hänen drakosotilaitaan lähti taistelukentältä. Ensimmäisen Lohikäärmearmeijan insinöörisotilaat totesivat, että sodassa on yksi haittapuoli – siinä voi saada surmansa. Päättäväisen komentajansa, Kang-nimisen bozakin johdolla drakot taivaltavat Kharolisvuorille. He rakentavat leppoisaan pikku laaksoon kylän ja koettavat elää rauhassa. Kovaksi onneksi laakson toisessa päässä asuvat mannunkääpiöt eivät halua jakaa maataan drakojen kanssa. Hyökkäys johtaa toiseen neljännesvuosisadan vihanpidossa. Nyt on kesä, liekehtivä kesä. Krynnin tuomio on käsillä. Maailmassa tapahtuu outoja ja kauheita asioita – asioita, joihin kukaan laaksossa ei kiinnitä pienintäkään huomiota. Kääpiöt ovat näet löytäneet kartan reitistä valtavan aarteen luo syvällä Thorbardinin suuren kääpiövaltakunnan tunneleiden uumenissa. Drakot puolestaan ovat saaneet selville, että tämä aarre on heille arvokkaampi kuin kaikki maailman rikkaudet. Heidän täytyy vain löytää se ennen kääpiöitä. Samaan aikaan Mustalla Kuningattarella on omat suunnitelmansa. Kuka löytää aarteen ensimmäisenä? Ja kuka elää kyllin kauan nauttiakseen siitä?

30 review for Tuomion Prikaati

  1. 5 out of 5

    Johnny

    Breaking my stereotypical feeling about the Dragonlance books as largely epic in plot but whimsical, silly, and illogical in the unfolding, The Doom Brigade is a delightfully self-contained story that takes place on the edges of the Dragonlance plots and touches on the results of the epic for two small sub-sets of survivors. By doing so, I didn’t find the silliness offensive or the characters to have the kind of Saturday morning cartoon quality I saw in the main storyline. In short, I was able t Breaking my stereotypical feeling about the Dragonlance books as largely epic in plot but whimsical, silly, and illogical in the unfolding, The Doom Brigade is a delightfully self-contained story that takes place on the edges of the Dragonlance plots and touches on the results of the epic for two small sub-sets of survivors. By doing so, I didn’t find the silliness offensive or the characters to have the kind of Saturday morning cartoon quality I saw in the main storyline. In short, I was able to care about characters I never thought I would care about and enjoy the rollercoaster design of the plot. I call it a rollercoaster design, but it’s really more like a comedy with multiple “U” forms. One realizes, of course, that the basic structure of a comedy is a smile. The protagonist starts on top of the world and a series of misadventures send her/him/them plummeting to the bottom before circumstances allow them to recover back to the top (maybe even a top higher than the original start of the smile or “U”). If so, The Doom Brigade is a comedy that reveals the bottom teeth of the smile with “U”-shaped gaps in those teeth. The dominant/submissive (relatively speaking) positions of the rivals change more often in this comedy than it does between the two main characters in Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew. To summarize without trying to “spoil” anything, imagine a world where the typical assumptions of a fantasy universe are turned upside-down. Instead of needing to kill one’s rivals in order to survive, the normally arch-rival races (in this case, dwarves and draconian) recognize that their survivability and/or general quality of life depends on keeping the rival race alive. Humanoid creatures still have a certain amount of aggression to displace and there is always the temptation of taking advantage of one’s rivals. So, the two races have formed a violent, but not lethal, means of expressing their distaste for each other. When I read this idea on the book cover, I was quite skeptical. But since I didn’t buy the book (it was given to me), I decided to read it anyway and I was pleasantly surprised that the authors (Margaret Weis who defined the Dragonlance universe in those very novels I criticized at the very beginning of this review and Don Perrin who most likely plotted this one and made sure that the military aspects of command, organization, and tactics were plausible) established viable rationales for, at least, the draconian taking this tack. I didn’t think the dwarvish rationale was as strong, but since I was experiencing more empathy for the usually villainous draconians, I didn’t care. I suspended my disbelief quickly and got into the story. The story is one of cross and double-cross, competition between dwarves and draconians in such a way that one-upmanship, suspicion, misunderstanding, and negotiation of a sort (maybe “glaive diplomacy” instead of “gunboat diplomacy?”). I particularly like when positions between the competing parties change and one or the other says, “Nice doing business with you.” The Doom Brigade is not your father’s Chronicles of Thomas Covenant or even one of the Davidic tomes (Eddings or Gemmel) with dark overtones. The book is best described as something I’d never say about a fantasy novel, “charming.” I never would have believed that a novel based on a “limited war” premise with so many comedic elements could reel me in like this one did. Unlike most Dragonlance novels, I would actually recommend this one.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Winston Jen

    Alcoholic's Anonymous for Draconians It's been a quarter-century since the War of the Lance. Having seen the product wrought by their incompetent, self-serving human commanders, Kang, Slith, Gloth and the rest of the First Dragonarmy Engineers have settled in Dwarven territory near the massive natural fortress of Thorbardin. Their days consist of repelling invading hill dwarves (apoplectic after having their sheep, bread, tools, weapons and Dwarf Spirits plundered), doing the same to the dwarves Alcoholic's Anonymous for Draconians It's been a quarter-century since the War of the Lance. Having seen the product wrought by their incompetent, self-serving human commanders, Kang, Slith, Gloth and the rest of the First Dragonarmy Engineers have settled in Dwarven territory near the massive natural fortress of Thorbardin. Their days consist of repelling invading hill dwarves (apoplectic after having their sheep, bread, tools, weapons and Dwarf Spirits plundered), doing the same to the dwarves a few months later. Wash, rinse, repeat. Having no way to propagate their race, the Draconians exist solely to get sloshed and tell the identical war stories night after night, stroking their collective egos. They aren't really living, but simply waiting to die. The bones of some will detonate, some will turn to acid, and others still will turn to stone and finally dust. All this changes when Selquist pilfers one of the Dark Queen's amulets that just so happens to belong to Kang, leader of the First Engineers. On one of his own treks to Thorbardin (to surreptitiously steal more loot from his own people, of course), the illiterate but cunning and resourceful half-breed finds a journal. Upon having it read to him on his return home, he learns that it reveals the location of a cache of female Draconian eggs that were preserved but never allowed to hatch. Meanwhile, Kang's forces learn of the Dark Knights of Takhisis (their new general having learned new disciplinary lessons from the Solamnic Knights during their captivity). Although accepted to serve "as engineers", Kang's forces are mortified when their first task is to dig latrines for the humans to do their business (a task any human older than six could easily accomplish). Considering their contract broken, Kang marches his troops home, although what they see both shocks them and forces them down a path towards their true destiny. Well-written, fun and action-packed, The Doom Brigade is an excellent novel written from the viewpoint of the so-called forces of evil (although this time, they did not turn in upon themselves).

  3. 4 out of 5

    David

    This was one of the most fun books I have ever read. I didn't know any of the characters (apparently from a previous series) but the authors did a wonderful job of summarizing past events in a very entertaining fashion. I never felt that the summary was meant to be some type of lecture for the purpose of upbraiding me for not reading another series. I won't be as entertaining here, but let me summarize.. Kang's brigade, following the war of the lance, has found itself building a nice little villa This was one of the most fun books I have ever read. I didn't know any of the characters (apparently from a previous series) but the authors did a wonderful job of summarizing past events in a very entertaining fashion. I never felt that the summary was meant to be some type of lecture for the purpose of upbraiding me for not reading another series. I won't be as entertaining here, but let me summarize.. Kang's brigade, following the war of the lance, has found itself building a nice little village. The brigade is made up of Draconians (Dragonmen!).. Across the valley live a village of hill dwarves. The dwarves and the Draconions have an uneasy relationship.. they raid each other frequently. The brigade raids the dwarves for liquor and the dwarves raid the Draconions for sheep. They have reached an unspoken agreement not to use any mortal violence in these raids, making them more like pranks. Kang's brigade will eventually die out because their former masters did not allow females to be bred. However, a particular dwarf, a bit of a thief and a scoundrel has uncovered a map to Thorbardin and a wonderful treasure. On a Draconians raid, the map is stolen, and the Draconians realize that part of this treasure is female Draconian eggs... Soon, both groups are in a contest to reach the treasure first. The competition is pretty funny and the action is pretty solid. The authors were having a great time writing this story and creating wacky situations and clever dialogue. This was fun enough I'll be looking for the next book in the series, it was a lot of fun.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kaitlyn

    If I were rating purely on dragons and nostalgia, this would be a 4. If I were rating purely on the writing quality itself, it'd be a 2. So here we find ourselves at a compromising 3. Like all Dragonlance novels, Doom Brigade moves at a fast pace and boasts tons of action and different locations. Its a quick, light read that captures the flavor of D&D in general and Krynn specifically. Like all Dragonlance novels, there aren't many twists and the foreshadowing is so heavy-handed its made of lea If I were rating purely on dragons and nostalgia, this would be a 4. If I were rating purely on the writing quality itself, it'd be a 2. So here we find ourselves at a compromising 3. Like all Dragonlance novels, Doom Brigade moves at a fast pace and boasts tons of action and different locations. Its a quick, light read that captures the flavor of D&D in general and Krynn specifically. Like all Dragonlance novels, there aren't many twists and the foreshadowing is so heavy-handed its made of lead. While the characters are fun, they are largely interchangeable, with really only one draconian and one dwarf having much personality on the page (and that personality is very much standard thief and knight tropes). Still, its hard not to be happy at the end when everything comes together.

  5. 4 out of 5

    James

    Fun book. 25 years of nonlethal raiding between draconians and hill dwarves leads to hope for the continuation of the draconian race and a stop to chaos dragons at the same time. I just have to wonder where the kapak & aurak draconians are.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tim

    It's been more than six months since I last read a Dragonlance novel. And I still have several tens of them to read. Anyway, continuing the Summer Flame era (after "Dragons Of Summer Flame"), "The Doom Brigade" is the first installment in the two-volumes series "Kang's Regiment". Draconians (Kang and his gang) and dwarves live on the same plain, bugging each other a few times a year: dwarves stealing tools and stuff, the draconians stealing dwarf spirits. Since there's no war, the draconians have It's been more than six months since I last read a Dragonlance novel. And I still have several tens of them to read. Anyway, continuing the Summer Flame era (after "Dragons Of Summer Flame"), "The Doom Brigade" is the first installment in the two-volumes series "Kang's Regiment". Draconians (Kang and his gang) and dwarves live on the same plain, bugging each other a few times a year: dwarves stealing tools and stuff, the draconians stealing dwarf spirits. Since there's no war, the draconians have to do something to keep themselves busy. And so a story unfolds in which there's rumour of a treasure, even a very old treasure consisting of dragon eggs with female draconians. These never hatched. By sheer luck, Kang and co. find out about it and go out to seek them by shadowing/following the dwarves, who have the same interest (only with regards to return on investment aka selling them for gold and what not). Meanwhile, there's a war going on in the heavens. And Takhisis' armies occupy a great deal of Ansalon, yet install peace. They aren't on a killing spree at all. Kang didn't want his troops/engineers to be (ab)used in the new army, so he left, and then the treasure hunt fell into their laps. But that hunt didn't go as planned, as several obstacles were not taken into account. All in all, it was an entertaining story, quick to read, and somehow you would begin to sympathize with Kang and his gang. But they're still draconians, still loyal to the Dark Queen. It will be interesting to read how both draconians and dwarfs get out of the cave/mountain and if they'll continue to live peacefully together. One negative remark, though: some editing would have been useful, as there are a few typos, some words forgotten in dialogues. But it doesn't disturb the story itself, it's trivial stuff that could have easily been prevented by Don Perrin and Margaret Weis themselves.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Lance Lumley

    Growing up playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, I knew of the Dragonlance books, but never read them. I picked up a few at a local library book sale, and I was impressed with this one -the first one I read of the books. The book deals with draconians , who are trying to survive their species, while living near dwarves. Both of the races steal from each other-with the draconians stealing the ale the dwarves make. A group of dwarves discover a map that may lead to treasures, so the race is on b Growing up playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, I knew of the Dragonlance books, but never read them. I picked up a few at a local library book sale, and I was impressed with this one -the first one I read of the books. The book deals with draconians , who are trying to survive their species, while living near dwarves. Both of the races steal from each other-with the draconians stealing the ale the dwarves make. A group of dwarves discover a map that may lead to treasures, so the race is on between the dwarves and draconians to the riches. Some of the fantasy books I have read in the past are badly written or sometimes just too comical for me, but this one was filled with everything I like- a gripping story line, good characters, and short chapters. This is a great read for someone that likes The Lord of The Rings books, or D&D. I was pleasantly surprised at the story, and even though at first glace the 344 page book may seem to have slow parts in it, this does not. The page length doesn't deter from the tale, like some books in the genre that just want to extend the book. Also, this is a 1 off book, so you don't need to know much about what happened before the book in the timeline to understand what is going on (although you may have to look up a few of the creatures mentioned in the book to understand what they look like). This was a great introduction to the series for me, and am excited to dive into the other ones I picked up.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lana

    a great read, as usual weis sense of humour is wonderful and she makes the reader love the characters she is writing about even when these happen to be draconians!! love the great adventure the mischievous dwarves and the kang regiment had in the depths of the mountain and the heroism of the draconians and their excitement at finding the eggs of the female draconians, the first we have ever heard of these!!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Julie Drucker

    Another great read from a master writer! I love my fantasy, it allows me to escape from our complicated lives of today. This one is a wonderful read that can be read as a stand-alone but if you’ve read any of Margaret Weis books about Krynn you will most definitely be able to tie this one in. I so love the humor snippets in this book and her others, it why I love to read anything she has written alone or with others. I don’t like to spoil the book for others so I’ll just say it is a fun story to Another great read from a master writer! I love my fantasy, it allows me to escape from our complicated lives of today. This one is a wonderful read that can be read as a stand-alone but if you’ve read any of Margaret Weis books about Krynn you will most definitely be able to tie this one in. I so love the humor snippets in this book and her others, it why I love to read anything she has written alone or with others. I don’t like to spoil the book for others so I’ll just say it is a fun story to read and you’ll love the main characters, Kang and especially Selquist! You will be left chuckling at the end ready to jump into the next book in this series or any of her others just so you don’t lose that warm fuzzy feeling you get when reading a good book! Loved it!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Matt Littrell

    I really enjoyed this book. I loved the back and forth between the draconians and the dwarves. It was very interesting seeing what became of this corrupted race after the war of the lance. It's fairly well written, though I did spot some misspellings and a few errors. It didn't take away from my enjoyment one bit though. While silly at times, often I found the humor hitting just the right spot. If you're a fan of dragonlance, I highly recommend this book. And even if you aren't, you still might I really enjoyed this book. I loved the back and forth between the draconians and the dwarves. It was very interesting seeing what became of this corrupted race after the war of the lance. It's fairly well written, though I did spot some misspellings and a few errors. It didn't take away from my enjoyment one bit though. While silly at times, often I found the humor hitting just the right spot. If you're a fan of dragonlance, I highly recommend this book. And even if you aren't, you still might enjoy it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Christopher Bech

    Still by far the best "D&D" fantasy world writer. Brilliant humour, a great ability to describe a personality with few words and still have those characters be multidimensional and whole. Kang's Regiment series has the added value of twisting the usual narrative from your classic story point of the common heroes, and showing the "other side" perspective on the stories. Making the usual "bad guys" the heroes of their own story. If one loves the Dragonlance stories. I will say, Draconic stories are Still by far the best "D&D" fantasy world writer. Brilliant humour, a great ability to describe a personality with few words and still have those characters be multidimensional and whole. Kang's Regiment series has the added value of twisting the usual narrative from your classic story point of the common heroes, and showing the "other side" perspective on the stories. Making the usual "bad guys" the heroes of their own story. If one loves the Dragonlance stories. I will say, Draconic stories are even better.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Douglas

    3.5, Rounding up because I love Margret Weis. This side story to Dragons of Summer Flame was enjoyable. Not as good as the main story, but I found myself looking forward to reading it. 3.5, Rounding up because I love Margret Weis. This side story to Dragons of Summer Flame was enjoyable. Not as good as the main story, but I found myself looking forward to reading it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Juho Pohjalainen

    Based on my fractured childhood memory, this was the very first fantasy book I ever read. Either this or Shannara. Anyway, it holds up decently even as an adult.

  14. 4 out of 5

    William Whalen

    One of the funniest books that I've read in a long time. A caper novel that Elmore Leonard would be proud of even if it is populated by Draconians and Dwarves. One of the funniest books that I've read in a long time. A caper novel that Elmore Leonard would be proud of even if it is populated by Draconians and Dwarves.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mark Nuetzel

    Easy fun read.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jim C

    This takes place in the Dragonlance setting. This book deals with draconians and what becomes of them after the war is over. They settle into a village and are neighbors to dwarves. They are forced into a feud with these dwarves. I liked the premise of this novel and it is an interesting concept of what happens to sentient beings whose sole purpose is waging war. What happens if there is no war? I thought the authors did a good job with the draconians and I felt empathy for them even though they This takes place in the Dragonlance setting. This book deals with draconians and what becomes of them after the war is over. They settle into a village and are neighbors to dwarves. They are forced into a feud with these dwarves. I liked the premise of this novel and it is an interesting concept of what happens to sentient beings whose sole purpose is waging war. What happens if there is no war? I thought the authors did a good job with the draconians and I felt empathy for them even though they are villains in this universe. The authors gave draconians qualities and made sure that the reader knew there was more to them than warmongering. The first half of the story dealt with the feud and for my taste had too much slapstick comedy (the reason for my three star rating). When the actual adventure kicks in is when I really started to enjoy this novel. It was well done and I loved how it tied into current events. I did not see that coming. The ending had a nice touch and fit in perfectly with the overall theme of this book. This was a pleasant read set in this world and I look forward to reading more about Kang an his regiment.

  17. 4 out of 5

    William Quest

    I really enjoyed reading this classic tale of Krynn and don't know how I had missed it the first time around. It answered many questions that I had often wondered about. I think the best story feature is that it shows, even in a setting created for a role-playing game, there are no absolutes when it comes to race in regard to good and evil or chaos and law. It was refreshing to meet society-structured draconians that while they are not "good" per se, I would not deem them as "evil" either. Like I really enjoyed reading this classic tale of Krynn and don't know how I had missed it the first time around. It answered many questions that I had often wondered about. I think the best story feature is that it shows, even in a setting created for a role-playing game, there are no absolutes when it comes to race in regard to good and evil or chaos and law. It was refreshing to meet society-structured draconians that while they are not "good" per se, I would not deem them as "evil" either. Like any other race, this group is varied but Kang's regiment follow their own code and ethical standards. A great read for any fan of Dragonlance.

  18. 4 out of 5

    MEG Munro

    The authors have done it again. This is the first information that takes place at the beginning of the Chaos war. This book opens the door to what actually happened at the beginning of this terrible war. The characters in this first book will surprise any readers that have kept up with the Dragonlance sagas. I have read them all and I can only STRONGLY recommend that anyone reading this review, remember to go back and enjoy them all. These Chaos stories can be a stand alone series but remember to go The authors have done it again. This is the first information that takes place at the beginning of the Chaos war. This book opens the door to what actually happened at the beginning of this terrible war. The characters in this first book will surprise any readers that have kept up with the Dragonlance sagas. I have read them all and I can only STRONGLY recommend that anyone reading this review, remember to go back and enjoy them all. These Chaos stories can be a stand alone series but remember to go back and read any book that has Ms Weiss,s name with any of the authors that are credited beside her name.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Thom

    Another great addition to the dragonlance series. It is told completley from the perspective of the "bad guys" from the original trilogy. You find yourself loving them and cheering them on even knowing they tried to kill you favorite charecters in the first set of the series. A fantastic read by it's self, but you must read it just so you can read the second one in this set. Another great addition to the dragonlance series. It is told completley from the perspective of the "bad guys" from the original trilogy. You find yourself loving them and cheering them on even knowing they tried to kill you favorite charecters in the first set of the series. A fantastic read by it's self, but you must read it just so you can read the second one in this set.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Rickk III

    Not the best book in the vast Dragonlance universe but still an entertaining read that lets you in details of what happened between some of the major releases. I have a soft spot for these sorts of books. If you like the Dragonlance books, I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy this addition to the adventures on Krynn. Not the best book in the vast Dragonlance universe but still an entertaining read that lets you in details of what happened between some of the major releases. I have a soft spot for these sorts of books. If you like the Dragonlance books, I see no reason why you wouldn't enjoy this addition to the adventures on Krynn.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Andrew

    Another childhood favorite- for those who weren't as cool as I was in the adolescent years, Draconians are like half-dragon people who spend their lives stomping the shit out lesser mortals and stealing beer. And adventuring! Another childhood favorite- for those who weren't as cool as I was in the adolescent years, Draconians are like half-dragon people who spend their lives stomping the shit out lesser mortals and stealing beer. And adventuring!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Edward Walsh

    Maybe not the tightest book I have ever read but certainly one of the most enjoyable. It is also quite refreshing that the draconian race get to be more than a 2D stormtrooper effect. Their characters are a little conventional but that makes the story faster and the jokes more enjoyable.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Kurt Vosper

    Draconians trying to get away and just survive, since everyone on Krynn hates them, and continue their race. Racing against dwarves to find a vast treasure. The story gives a much better personality to the Dragonlance introduced villan.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Dario

    just a random book I picked up in 6th grade. Considering the types of books I liked to read back then, I thought this book was okay

  25. 5 out of 5

    David

    Extremely fascinating, but i would definitely read some of the earlier books written by Weis to establish certain plot points. Outstanding wit and action sequences.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Patrick Leitzel

    probably one of my favorite Dragonlance books (along with soulforge) and if you are into the dragonlance series already i definitly recommend it

  27. 4 out of 5

    Marco

    This is not one of the main books of the dragonlance series, it is one of the many spin offs around it. This said, it is one of the most entertaining ones, and I strongly recommend it.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Mars

    It's D&D-themed, it's entirely too obsessed with kenders, and it's silly, but despite the story being... well... the writing is quite good, and the whole thing is surprisingly entertaining. It's D&D-themed, it's entirely too obsessed with kenders, and it's silly, but despite the story being... well... the writing is quite good, and the whole thing is surprisingly entertaining.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Travis Bughi

    This is the first dragonlance book I read and it really gave me a good grip on a lot of the background/history surrounding the world, not to mention it was a great read!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nate

    Read this book back when I was in high school, great to revisit old friends and memories. I sincerely wish there were more novels featuring Kang and the Draconians.

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