The Dragon's Son (Dragonvarld Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Dec 2005
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"Spellbinding magic ... sure to please dragon fans."--"Publishers Weekly" (Starred Review) on "The Dragon's Son" " Exciting ...Weis maintains a carefully crafted world and deepens the characterizations of the twins as each tries to come to terms with the past and his destiny." --"Booklist "on "The Dragon's Son""" "Weis offers an exciting medieval fantasyland peopled with larger-than-life heroes and villains."--"RT Book Reviews" on "The Dragon's Son""" "Compelling action."--"VOYA" on "The Dragon's Son" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
MARGARET WEIS lives in Williams Bay, Wisconsin. With Tracy Hickman, she has co-authored five bestselling fantasy series. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
There are so many things wrong with this book that I'll start with the good stuff to get it out of the way. Once again Draconas is the most interesting character in the book. While he does care about humans, and humanity in general, he's not above using people to further his own ends when the circumstances seem to demand it. He doesn't like it, but he knows it has to be done. He's harsh with the boys when he needs to be, but the sequence where he brings Marcus out of the shell in which he has encased himself demonstrates that he really does care.
That's really about it. Unfortunately, for the second book in the trilogy, Weis has given us a rather dull book with characters that are difficult to care about. Some of the characters from the first book aren't used that much at all (criminally, Draconas really doesn't factor into the book that much, and Edward doesn't have a lot to do either) while others almost undergo lobotomies. Bellona is almost nothing like the warrior she was in the first book.Read more ›