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  • Paperback: 356 pages
  • Publisher: Bantam USA; Reprint edition (1 Dec. 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 055357325X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0553573251
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 128,676 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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VASU STOOD ON THE WALL ABOVE THE GATES OF THE CITY OF Abri, stood silent and thoughtful as the gates boomed shut beneath his feet. Read the first page
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Nov. 1997
Format: Paperback
What can one say about Margeret Weis and Tracy Hickman?Together theyve given us the readers the Dragonlance Saga which has left us completely spellbound! And yet they simply do it again with the Death Gate Cycle which has left us simply gasping for breath and craving for more! The Seventh Gate being the last book of the series, concludes the tragic tale of the Sartans and Patryns. The reader can REALLY feel the anguish and hopelessness of the situation, and the authors have done a fantastic job portraying the images. The series itself also in some ways realtes to real life dilemmas like racism and prejidous as with the case of the Sartans and Patryns. In this epic finale, the Sartan and Patryns finally realise that they must put aside their own differences and battle thier true enemy and strive for survival. This book is indeed a tragic tale, and yet again Margaret WEis and Tracy Hickman have shown that they really do belong at the top of the mountain! A MUST have for all fantasy collectors, the entire saga and this book simply cant be put down!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 24 July 1999
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While I loved the first six books in the series, I was really disappointed by the ending- it seems to rely on many, many Deus Ex Machina additions to resolve the conflicts set up in the first six books... In particular, I didn't like the circumstances of Haplo's reappearance ("Just kidding, everybody! Group hug!"), and was very disappointed at the circumstances of Sang-drax's destruction.
Honestly, it seemed to me as if Wies and Hickman didn't really know how to end the series, so they just threw something together at the last minute. There are at least one or two major plot holes in this one. While I'd like to stress that it's not a BAD book, it's also definitley not the best in the series.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 8 Mar. 2002
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The four self-contained novels were all good (especially 2 and 3) and book six really was a tour de force as regards action and adventure, told by those who do it best. This final volume, somewhat slimmer and lacking energy, is nonetheless a worthy conclusion to a fine series (although the Death Gate Cycle remains, for me, the least great of all W+H's series). Alfred once more provides the comic relief (something lacking somewhat in many other modern fantasy novelists' works) while having a depth and complexity equal to Haplo's.
But by saying this is not as strong as, say, Rose of the Prophet or Darksword is no depreciation to W+H's work. This is the worst of the best, which is still several thousand leagues ahead of their nearest rival. Read it and see if you don't agree!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Nov. 1998
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This book, the conclusion to a massive series which had some good moments, is shockingly bad. OK, Weis and Hickman aren't great writers at the best of times, but to lead the reader through the mass of worlds, characters, etc. only to end up with this dull, predicitable, un-dramatic book... its sad.
Over all the best books of this series were #1, #3, and #4. There is almost no point in reading the last 3 books as they each decline in quality.
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Despite what some of the reviewers have said about this book it is all in all a very decent book. Don't get me wrong I am not very happy with the ending. However we must remeber that it does leave an opening for another book or series of books!!! If the two authors don't do anything more with this series then I agree with most everyone else in the fact that it will be a waste of a very good series. I hope that the authors actually read these revciews and see that they have a good series with a lot of potetal still left. This is one thing that would be better left finished than with a half hearted ending. Hopefully you all will still read the series it is noteworthy. And to the Authors even if it's just a short story I think you owe the readers a little more than what you gave us for an ending!!!
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as each story has a end , finally after immerese reading of the last 6 episodes the authors has closed the curtains and ended a most devastating epic series one can ever read. totally soul capturing as margaret has kidnapped mine and shifetd it into her embyriom reading casting spells and put me in her dark magic prison like the prison Merlin has been casted into. However, my only reservation is that the end storyline was rather short one. i mean as the saying goes the devil in the details the authors could have used George Martin mythodology and expanded more in the realm ot the seventh gate itself i mean i could not grasp the seventh gate although we had been introduced to it before in the third episode of death cycle.
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By A Customer on 21 Oct. 1998
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Although I only read volumes 6&7 I was still able to follow such a creative story line. With beautifully written characters involved in an ever twisting plot this book has everything to offer, and more. The characters each invoke their own seperate emotions, which are ever changing throughout the book. You may find a character infuriating in his actions in one chapter and then pitiful at his intentions in the next. The ending is, however, a bit of an anti-climax, and I would reccomend volume 6, Into The Labryinth, ahead of this book. Although they will both keep you anxious to return and discover the next plot twist.
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