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5.0 out of 5 stars A book worthy of the DragonLance Saga!
In this, the final book of the DragonLance Chronicles, the now trained friends make one more assult against the armies of Takhisis, the Queen of Darkness. With the coming of spring brings hope in the form of the metalic dragons. Now that the people have good dragons to fight the evil dragons, a ray of hope is seen. As the compainions come together once more under the...
Published on 15 Feb 1997

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3.0 out of 5 stars Good old fashioned fun
I would not have bought this for myself based on the cover, but I was glad to receive it as a gift. While the writing style is somewhat childish and the character development ham fisted, the Dragonlance Chronicles trilogy are a fun romp through a classic fantasy world, complete with dragons, magic swords, knights, and feisty young women whose only weakness is their love...
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5.0 out of 5 stars A book worthy of the DragonLance Saga!, 15 Feb 1997
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In this, the final book of the DragonLance Chronicles, the now trained friends make one more assult against the armies of Takhisis, the Queen of Darkness. With the coming of spring brings hope in the form of the metalic dragons. Now that the people have good dragons to fight the evil dragons, a ray of hope is seen. As the compainions come together once more under the leadership of Tanis, Half-Elven, they go for a strike against Takhisis herself. This book finishes the story of the group that brought the knowledge of the true gods back, found the Dragon Lance, mastered the Dragon Orb, and returned the Dragons of good to the war-torn land of Krynn.
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5.0 out of 5 stars action packed must read, 28 Feb 1998
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I have read all three books in this series and find them very thrilling and action packed it the type of book you can pick up and find very hard to put down from begining to end the series is packed with action and keeps you wondering whats going to happen next all the caracters are wonderfully potrated to where you feel like your part of the group of heros margret and tracy put a lot of hard work and time in to this series and it shows i hail the talent of these two great writers and look foward to reading more of there novels if you are into the world of dragon lance this is a must read series
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4.0 out of 5 stars J.R.R. Tolkien is much better..., 1 Jun 1998
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This trilogy is a nice effort to bring into life a "real" world of fantasy. Good characters, with nice background and the interaction by the gods is an extra. But, yes there is a but, the three books are not original. Someone who has read the biggest and the finest fantasy book ever written, "The Lord Of The Rings" can spot with ease the similarities between it and the Dragonlance. Weis and Hickman are very good but they have to try to be more original. If you have never read something like that, it is better for you, dear reader, to start from the best
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Tolkien by a long shot., 18 Nov 1998
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Let's just make a statement here: The Dragonlance Chronicles are BETTER than The Lord of the Rings. For some unknown reason, everyone seems to have put Tolkien's works on a platform and declared them untouchable. Yes, the Chronicles do take elements from Tolkien. But this is simply a better story; the characters are much more well-realized, and the series as a whole is just plain more compelling. And of course, Michael Williams's splendid poetry only helps matters.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A great ending to a great story, 25 May 1999
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The third and final book in the chronicles series live up to the first two books. The heroes go through alot of changes by the end of the series some good,some bad, and some sad times. I feel that some of the characters grew up (so to speak) and have a different look on life on krynn and some solved thier personnal problems and some didn't. By the time I finished reading all three books I felt great and thought it was the best story I read in a long time. After you finish reading Dragons of Spring Dawning I recommend you read the Legends Trilogy. That series is about Raistlin and Caramon and Tas plus a new character a woman named Crysania. And brief cameos by tanis,and riverwind cheack it out you won't be dissappionted.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than Toilken by far!, 18 Dec 1998
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I think that this book is written extremely well. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman do an excellent job in describing the scenes and characters. And I like how in the end Tanis kills Ariakas with the help of his black robed friend Raistlin. Another thing I liked was when Fizban (Paladine) lowers down a golden plank in place of the missing one. I could name off hundreds more examples but I don't think I can fit it into a thousand words.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible, 29 Mar 1998
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This is buy far the BEST DragonLance book I've read so far. Not that Second Generation wasn't good either. I am now reading Dragons of Summer Flame. I think that's the next book after Spring Dawning. I hope it's as good. I hated when Flint Fireforge died. I liked it when Tanis killed Lord Ariakas. I also liked it when Raistlin appeared and helped Caramon and how he summoned Cyan Bloodbane and disappeared again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ANYONE WHO ENJOYS FICTION MUST READ THIS REVIEW!!!, 7 May 1998
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This book RULES!!!! Although often knocked as being "too simple", this book was an ADVENTURE from start to finish. If you consider yourself a serious lover of fiction YOU MUST READ THIS BOOK!!! The characters are great, the action unbelievable. Nobody should even THINK about not reading this!!! No, it isn't Tolkien, BUT if you dislike him or are a serious fiction fanatic READ THIS BOOK!!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars By the end of this book, you are a "Dragonlancer" for life!!, 1 Mar 1997
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And unbelievably twist of events. With the Dark Queen on the verge of entering Krynn, the companions do everything to prevent this incident. Several people reappear in order to save the world as well as other who contemplate which side they are on. You'll never want to put down this book until you read the last page. Dragons, and draconians, and Takhisis, OH MY!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars The eternal balance, 23 Nov 1997
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The most interesting aspect of this book isn't the fact that good triumps, but simply, that good matches evil. It poses the intriuqing question of which is better, eternal good or an eternal balance between good and evil? The characterisation is incredible, the build up of the previous two, climaxes in this as all character reaches their full potential.
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