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4.0 out of 5 stars A novel above standard in the genre.
Thompson and Cook's novels can vary from the enthralling to the downright pathetic. However, the Ergoth Trilogy of which 'A Heroes Justice', is the final installment is an excellent addition to a waning catalogue of Dragonlance books. This novel finishes the enjoyable romp of the life of Tol from Juramona. It has a nice twist at the end which I will not spoil but the...
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2.0 out of 5 stars An injustice to the reader
Although the final part of a trilogy, the writer allows you to pick up the tale easily even if you haven't read the other two .
Unfortunately the cost of being provided with this benefit, is that the end becomes both rushed and ultimately very disappointing. In addition the author seems determined to ensure that no sequel will ever occur. I feel that the strength of...
Published on 31 July 2005 by A. L. James


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4.0 out of 5 stars A novel above standard in the genre., 6 Jan 2005
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This review is from: Hero's Justice (Ergoth Trilogy) (Mass Market Paperback)
Thompson and Cook's novels can vary from the enthralling to the downright pathetic. However, the Ergoth Trilogy of which 'A Heroes Justice', is the final installment is an excellent addition to a waning catalogue of Dragonlance books. This novel finishes the enjoyable romp of the life of Tol from Juramona. It has a nice twist at the end which I will not spoil but the Trilogy is an excellent addition to an otherwise flagging phenomenon. Purchase - definetly worthwhile.
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2.0 out of 5 stars An injustice to the reader, 31 July 2005
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A. L. James "andy_james10" (United Kingdom) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Hero's Justice (Ergoth Trilogy) (Mass Market Paperback)
Although the final part of a trilogy, the writer allows you to pick up the tale easily even if you haven't read the other two .
Unfortunately the cost of being provided with this benefit, is that the end becomes both rushed and ultimately very disappointing. In addition the author seems determined to ensure that no sequel will ever occur. I feel that the strength of the trilogy has been weakened with this book, which is a great pity.
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