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'When you gaze into the abyss…'
Dagnarus' hatred of his elder brother, Crown prince Helmos, is equal only to his hunger to become one of the Dominion Lords, guardians of the magical tunnels that connect the various races of Vinnengael. Yet his plans to gain power in the kingdom are only set in motion with the arrival of the shy scholarly Gareth, who is recruited to be Dagnarus' whipping boy. Despite all their differences an unshakeable bond is formed and Gareth, with his prince's support, begins to master the forbidden Void magic. Unleashing forces that even the most powerful of magi fear, the two friends set in motion a chain of events that threaten to destroy the entire kingdom.
A gripping story of magic corrupted, 'Well of Darkness' takes the unique approach of focusing on the evil protagonists in the story, as we follow them from boys to men, and is set to elevate the careers of bestselling 'Dragonlance' authors Weis & Hickman to spectacular new heights.
Margaret Weis was born in 1948. She graduated from the University of Missouri in 1970 with a BA in Creative Writing and Literature. Following a career in publishing she became an editor withTSR in 1983, and now lives with her husband and two cats in a converted barn near Lake Genva, Wisconsin.
Tracy Hickman, born in Salt Lake City in 1955. He worked as a supermarket boy, a movie projectionist, a theatre manager and a drill press operator, before landing a job with TSR. That job led to his association with Margaret Weis and the creation of the Dragon Lance Chronicles. He currently lives in Utah with his wife Laura and their four children.
Not read it yet but these authors are excellent. I know it will be a good read as their other stories are stimulating, and keep you on the edge of your seat.Published 19 months ago by ianatrix
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These ladies not only write a good book (or series) but the way the books are written they sure seem to have enjoyed... Read more
As a fan of Weis and Hickman - I read all of the dragonlance chronicles and the Darksword series - I was hoping for another well written, gripping, story line. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ashgaroth
As expected from Margaret Wies and Tracy Hickman a good solid read that takes you in to a new and exciting realm of fantasy.Published on 13 May 2012 by shaun
Well what can be said of this unimaginative and unattractive tome? First off the book will remind educated readers of the opening series of Star Gate... Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2012 by FullovStars
The book, although offering some attractive ideas, is crudely written and comes across as being quite cumbersome. Read morePublished on 11 Jun. 2005
Weis and Hickman have gone off world before, and this book, the first in the trilogy is the best of the trilogy. Read morePublished on 22 Nov. 2004 by Toby Allen