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  • Mass Market Paperback: 624 pages
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast; 1st Pbk. Ed edition (14 April 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0786918071
  • ISBN-13: 978-0786918072
  • Product Dimensions: 10.5 x 4.3 x 17.4 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 419,447 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have done it again".

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The people of Krynn have known war in past ages. Some are still alive who remember the triumph of good at the conclusion of the War of the Lance. Still more remember the devastation of the Chaos War, which ended the Fourth Age of the world.

But now a new war is about to begin, more terrible than any have known. This war is one for the very heart and soul of the world itself.

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Dragonlance if finally back! After the magic was lost in Dragons of Summer flame, I thought Krynn had become a dull world, I was curious about what Weiss-Hickman could do about it, and the result is most impresive, I just couldn't put the book down, I won't include any spoilers here, but I'll say that Mina is a most curious, interesting, and misterious character, this and the mistery of what happens to Goldmoon makes this book a must have for Dragonlance lovers (of course, our friend Tass plays a big part in everything!). Now I can't wait to read the next book to find out who's the new God (I've my own guess), what happens to Goldmoon, and if Lord Dalamar finally makes a come back.
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I just finished this book and felt the need to share my experiences with it. Strengths of this book are that, well it is dragonlance! We are given some new memorable characters, a very effective post apocalyptic feeling and we get to countinue the story of what is in my opinion the greatest series of books there is. The only negative point I can muster is that sometimes you feel the characters are a bit, well, LONELY in it. Each chapter details a few peoples exploits and then the next chapter usually shifts to another group or place. The only problem is each group or place usually only had a few of the charcters in at a time. This is not like chronicles where you had the whole gang fighting monsters and dragons and bouncing conversation off each other. That being said, it is also a plus because it adds to the whole feeling of the book that krynn has indeed changed a lot.
In conclusion, if your thinking of buying this book, go right ahead. You may find it is slighly better OR slightly worse than chronicles and legends, but you will be very hard pressed to make your mind up Im just off to start the next volume in this trilogy now after being left with quite a epic cliffhanger, and Im sure I will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed this book, plus at 600 odd pages long, you sure are getting your moneys worth.
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I wasn't a big fan of Dragons of Summer Flame. I felt, like a lot of others, that it destroyed everything that made Krynn special, almost flippantly killing of key characters, and just as carelessly resurrecting others. So I didn't hold out much hope for Dragons of a Fallen Sun. To my suprise, I loved it! Weis and Hickman have turned Krynn into a dark, depressing post-apocolyptic world, with desperate charcters bereft of gods. Consequentely all the characters are hundreds of times more interesting, and the intensity of the novel is turned up full. Even the unexpected resurrection of yet another of the heroes of the lance didn't put me off - it's done in a more sensible way, and it's Tas, so who can argue about that, eh? All in all, a fantastic return to Krynn that re-made me into a fan!
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well i recieved this book and 2 days later ive finished it thats how good it is ,just couldnt put it down.weis and hickman dont disappoint us with this superb sequel to dragons of summer flame.tasslehoff turns up and this causes confusion among old friends like palin ,jenna,even caramon.and the elves face a evil enermy from the past i wont give anymore away.this book deserves to be bought by everyone thumbs up weis and hickman
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This book is excellent. I couldn't put it down. Weis and Hickman do not disappoint. After a disappointing end to dragons of a summer flame I thought this book would be nothing and the they come up with something twice as brilliant. They change the characters often to keep you interested. The only trouble is that it has very long chapters.
Marvellous.
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I first read Dragonlance as a 14 yr old and read both Chronicles and Legends in about 2 months. This was a very distant 16 yrs ago!
When I read Summer Flame, which was slghtly disappointing, I put this down to my age and perhaps having grown out of the genre. Living in England, this series had completely passed me by. Why aren't these books in the shops? It was only on a recent holiday in Florida that I saw this book and decided to buy it on the offchance.
What a buy. This is possibly the best book that Weis and Hickman have written. They give us a world where everything is wrong, where everyone seems to be fighting a losing battle. This place isn't Krynn, its Anti-Krynn!
I especially like the turn that Palin has taken, fingers and all. W&H have taken a world which was getting a bit boring and injected it with new life. Can't wait to get into part 2, which is sitting next to me, waiting to be opened!
Only one grumble, I never really liked Tas, and my opinion hasn't changed.
But forget this minor quibble, if you like Krynn, you'll love the Anti-Krynn.
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Dragons of a Fallen Sun is a book that's hard to compare to. It has a serious atmosphere, but there is comic relief here and there. There's one big surprise near the beginning that I think all readers are caught off guard for. In other places, the peoples' sorrow is so bad (but so well written), that you actually want to be there to try to make them feel better. You do have to recall things from Summer Flame, or you get confused by certain statements. Weis and Hickman have something serious going, and I can't wait to see what happens next. The only disapointment is that the story ends with a huge cliffhanger. You get so into the story that you just want it to keep going, but it just kind of, stops. All in all, the book Dragons of a Fallen Sun is truly worth adding to your collection.
Recomend: The Price of Immortality,its a great read
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