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The Dragons at War (Dragonlance: Short Stories) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Aug 1996
Book 2 of 4 in the Dragonlance Dragons Series
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Presents a collection of short fantasy fiction by such notable authors as Chris Pierson, Douglas Niles, and Janet Pack.
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Fun collection of stories
23 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Excellent collection of short stories! An easy and fun read for Dragonlance (and fantasy) fans. My favorite is "The First Dragonarmy Engineers' Secret Weapon". Such a fun story!
R. G. Somebody
26 March 2005 - Published on Amazon.com
The Dragons at War is an excellent anthology set in the world of Krynn during various time periods. The impressive array of authors have written countless books in the setting, and their short stories are nothing short of remarkable in this collection. Each story shows a different facet of the great wyrms of Krynn, including the original 10 created by Paladine and Takhisis, draconians, dragon riders, dragons in mortal guise, the treachery of the evil, and the gentleness of the good. If you read this collection you will laugh at the whimsical tales, such as The First Dragonarmy Engineer's Secret Weapon by Don Perrin and Margaret Weiss, and you will feel sadness and sobriety after reading Aurora's Eggs by Douglas Niles and Through the Door at the Top of the Sky by that cunning storyteller Roger E. Moore. There are countless books in the Dragonlance series, and numerous short story collections therein, but this one shines as a fine example of the setting and the skills of the authors who dream there.
A Good Collection
29 March 2003 - Published on Amazon.com
One person found this helpful.
Dragons at War is a good read compared to some of the other Dragonlance collection books. Obviously the book focuses on stories involving dragons. Some of the authors are better than others, particularly Mark Anthony and Douglas Niles. A couple of the stories surprised me with their sudden developments, which is a good trick in a short story. This collection includes stories that involve character groups from all over - Solamnic Knights, minotaurs, Dragon army forces, and an evil Gnome for good measure.
21 October 1998 - Published on Amazon.com
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I read this book,(30 times actually). It is a great collection of short stories if I have every seen one. I believe some of the stories in it may be even better than some of the full lenght books.
An amazing book
4 January 2000 - Published on Amazon.com
2 people found this helpful.
This collection of stories is amazing. I recommend this book to anyone who loves hearing about dragons.