"The Medusa Plague" is probably one of the most interesting Dragonlance books that is out there. Not simply because of the storyline, but for the characters as well. When I started this series, I had no idea whom the villians would progress to be. So, needless to say, in this book the actions of certain characters were a little suprising.
Guarrand comes back to his hometown after finding out from his younger nephew that a mysterious plauge is decimating the village. Everyone who contracts this plauge gets the luxury of having their arms and legs turned into writhing snakes. They suffer for three days until finally turning to stone. (See the connection to Medusa?).
Anyway, this book is good. I didn't like the series at first. But, with the addition of this book, it gets a little better. I can say by the end of this book I was enjoying this series much more than before. It is worth checking out. This book is probably the best out of the trilogy.