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- Listening Length: 11 hours and 45 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 8 Jan. 2013
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00AYHHD4U
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Dezra's Quest: Dragonlance: Bridges of Time, Book 5 Audiobook – Unabridged
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It was the author which swung it for me. Chris did such an excellent job with 'Spirit of the Wind' that I couldn't NOT have this book. It's nice to see he's kept with his original style. He manages to recreate the homely feel of Solace at the start, with its familiar surrounding and peculiar comforts. The menace of the Skorenoi is excellent, as is the reason for their creation. The sense of tragedy which keeps the Dragonlance saga above the rest is inspired early on with what is at the time a somewhat shockingly quick event. He also manages to have the heroes venture into the Faerie Realm and deal with sprites without becoming ludicrous or losing touch with the story.
...I don't recommend this for anyone who isn't familiar with the Saga (having read at least the Chronicles, Legends and Dragons of Summer Flame). For those who are (and who are tired of many other authors' naff attempts at coming up with something new (Doug Niles and Richard Knaak excluded)), this is definitely a novel worth adding to your collection.
In conclusion, the reason I liked the book was because of how well Chris Pierson brought the characters to life in my mind,how he portrayed the little seen centaurs, and the wide variety of creatures.
The book finally gives due recognition to an interesting but overlooked race, the centaurs. The characters are first rate, and the way the story is written is fast paced enough to keep you interested from start to finish.
Pierson finally breathes life into the Caramon's daughters who until now where overshadowed by their older brothers. Dezra is a character with so much potential, very similar to Kitiara, annoying but at least very realisic and interesting.
What else can I say? get this book and read it. With this book, Chris Pierson has definitely become one of my favorite DL authors.