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Guardians of the Lost: The Sovereign Stone Trilogy (Sovereign Stone Trilogy 2) Paperback – 16 Jul 2001

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Product details

  • Paperback: 592 pages
  • Publisher: Voyager (16 July 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0002247496
  • ISBN-13: 978-0002247498
  • Product Dimensions: 23.2 x 15.2 x 4.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,354,016 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Generations after Vinnengael was laid to waste at the hands of Dagnarus, Gustav, the last human Dominion Lord, finally achieves his lifelong quest when he discovers the lost portion of the Sovereign Stone. Badly injured in a battle with one of Dagnarus's fearsome, otherworldly servants, Gustav entrusts the stone to young Bashae, without revealing its significance.

Bashae must make the long and dangerous journey to the Elven lands and deliver the jewel to a trusted friend of Gustav's, who will ensure it reaches the altar built for it in New Vinnengael. At all costs, the Stone must stay out of Dagnarus's hands. But hearing that it is in the possession of his enemies, Dagnarus unleashes war, hoping to seize the Stone in the conflict.

About the Author

Margaret Weis was born in 1948. She graduated from the University of Missouri in 1970 with a BA in Creative Writing and Literature. Following a career in publishing she became an editor withTSR in 1983, and now lives in a converted barn near Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

Tracy Hickman, born in Salt Lake City in 1955, worked as a supermarket boy, a movie projectionist, and a theatre manager before landing a job with TSR. That job led to his association with Margaret Weis and the creation of the Dragonlance Chronicles. He currently lives in Utah with his wife Laura and their four children.

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Two hundred years after the fall of Vinnengael, and the loss of the human's portion of the Sovereign Stone, something is stirring again. The last human Dominion Lord, Gustav, is nearing the end of his quest; strange hostile warriors are being reported; political stirrings between formerly friendly nations are leading to a buildup of war forces. And could Dagnarus really be back, after all this time?

The reader is torn in all directions in this story; with Wolfram and Ranessa going in one direction, the Trevinici Jessan, the pecwae Bashae and the Grandmother and their various companions going in another, and Raven ending up unwillingly in the middle of the enemy camp. The machinations of Dagnarus, the Vrykyl, and the elves, add to the momentum that builds up to a crescendo throughout the book. The setup for the third and final instalment in the trilogy is great.

I really enjoyed this book, as I did the first book in the trilogy, and look forward immensely to revisiting the end of the series in the third book, Journey into the Void.
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As usual Weis & Hickman have created a world and characters that you can really get involved with. I was dubious at the start that, as the story had moved on some two hundred years, they had moved on too far and lost the continuity from the Well of Darkness. But was soon enthralled and for me, this was, undoubtedly, much better than the first book in the series and so I eagerly await the final volume.
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By J. Cronin VINE VOICE on 3 Sept. 2003
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The second episode in the Sovereign Stone trilology delivers action and adventure by the bucketful, but also contains a great and well-written story. It's been two hundred years since the transformation of Prince Dagnarus into The Lord of the Void, and the creation of the Vrykyl. The human portion of the Sovereign Stone has been lost, and the power of the human Dominion Lords is weakening. Gustav, the Whoreson knight, is nearing the end of his life, one which he has devoted to seeking out the Sovereign Stone. His perserverance pays off, but before he can return the stone to the Dominion Council, he battles a Vrykyl, which costs him his life. Before he passes away, he entrusts the stone to Jassan, a young Trevinci warrior and Bashae, a pecwae. Together they must journey to New Vinnengael to deliver the stone safely.
But this isn't the only story going on in the book. We also follow Raven, Jessan's uncle, as he is taken prisoner by the ferocious taan, huge desert creatures in the employ of Dagnarus. We meet Damra, an elven Dominion Lord, and her efforts to escape and overcome the political machinations of the elven rulers.
The second book in the trilology doesn't disappoint, delivering creat characters, both good and evil, along with some humour and action. Bring on the third, I can't wait to see how this one ends.
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Weis and Hickman do it again.

As with Journey into the void, this is a good sequel and keeps the reader's mind alert. Somewhat dragged out at times, but who would want to read a book that would be over in a couple of pages. Weis and Hickman excel in this genre but their Dragonlance Chronicles as by far their best.
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I have not read the first instalment in the trilogy "The Sovereign Stone", yet this did not pose a problem in getting into the story line. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman write excellently together.
The Dominion Lord Gustav finds what is know as the Sovereign Stone. Once upon a time the gods gave the stone to the world telling the people to keep the stone whole. Of course, people being people (well intentioned and all), the stone is divided into four parts and sent to the orks, the dwarves, the elves and the last part is kept by the humans. Of course, what was not foreseen was that there was a fifth part (the void part) as well.
This brings us back to Lord Gustav. Lord of the Void (Dagnarus) wants to gather all four parts of the stone. Lord Gustav's mission in life has been to search for the human part of the stone. This part was taken from Dagnarus 200 years before this book begins (yes Dagnarus is 200 years old). Gustav is on the trail of the stone and senses he is followed. Upon finding the stone, Gustav is attacked by the Void's equivalent of a Dominion Lord - the Vrykyl. Gustav is mortally wounded but retains the stone in his possession. He is no longer able to carry the stone to the council of the Dominion Lords and places this burden upon a pacwae (Bashae) and a trevinici (Jessan) who are joined by The Grandmother (another pacwae). To foil the Vrykyl the dwarf Wolfram and Jessan's aunt Ranessa are sent off in another direction.
This book follows the paths of both parties along with the Vrykyl's difficult chase of them.
A fun book, ending with me wanting more.
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Set 200 years in the future from where the first book leaves off, we meet new characters and some old, in a gripping story that is hard to put down. I was very pleased with this volume, it's every bit as good as the first if not better. The story follows the adventures of many different characters, such as Jessan, the Trevinici warrior and Bashae his Pecwae friend, Damra the Elven Domionion Lord and Wolfram the dwarf. I won't give away the story, but it's a must read, especially if you read Well of Darkness. I can't wait until volume 3 comes out. Buy it now, it's definately worth it.
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