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4.0 out of 5 stars A thrilling fantasy novel which alopotizes your imagination
Right from the start of the book when the group is attacked by Kellhendros to the finish when they attack the dragons the book grips the thrills of your imagination.The epicness of the novel from the range of utterly innovative characters to the epic lands of the book. The only problem with this book might be Palin who does not do as much as one thought he might as a...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Proof that fans are there to be ripped off?
This book is awful on so many levels.

2D characters, including spoiling some well-loved established ones. A mixture of blink-and-you-miss-it major plot developments (where did *that* character come from? Is the red dragon's appearance explained in another book or is *that* the only explanation I'm getting?) and fight scenes penned in excruciating detail...
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1.0 out of 5 stars Proof that fans are there to be ripped off?, 29 Dec. 2014
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This review is from: The Eve of Maelstrom (Dragonlance: Fifth Age) (Mass Market Paperback)
This book is awful on so many levels.

2D characters, including spoiling some well-loved established ones. A mixture of blink-and-you-miss-it major plot developments (where did *that* character come from? Is the red dragon's appearance explained in another book or is *that* the only explanation I'm getting?) and fight scenes penned in excruciating detail.

Magic has gone, but everyone seems to have magic - erm, how? I thought that it would at least allude to the 'rediscovery' of magic even the full story was in another money-spinn... I mean book. Likewise, the gods have gone, but some clerics still exist.

I have only slogged through this trilogy so that I can read the War of Souls books and understand what's going on, but frankly, I'm none the wiser. Don't waste your money - read the summaries on Dragonlance Nexus or Wiki. If you must read them, get them from a library.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A thrilling fantasy novel which alopotizes your imagination, 10 Feb. 2002
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This review is from: The Eve of Maelstrom (Dragonlance: Fifth Age) (Mass Market Paperback)
Right from the start of the book when the group is attacked by Kellhendros to the finish when they attack the dragons the book grips the thrills of your imagination.The epicness of the novel from the range of utterly innovative characters to the epic lands of the book. The only problem with this book might be Palin who does not do as much as one thought he might as a great sorcerer. My final thoughts are it is a very good book!
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