- Mass Market Paperback: 320 pages
- Publisher: Wizards of the Coast (1 July 2003)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0786929650
- ISBN-13: 978-0786929658
- Product Dimensions: 11 x 2.7 x 17.5 cm
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- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,902,231 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
A Warrior's Journey (Ergoth Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – 1 Jul 2003
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As two imperial dynasties struggle for supreme power over Ansalon, a land torn apart by the ruthless machinations of brutal warlords, corrupt wizards, and unnatural machinations, a young peasant is transformed into a extraordinary warrior who holds the ultimate fate of all Krynn in his hands. Original.
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This is most definitely a beginning novel to a trilogy, it's leading up to the bigger story that is going to happen in the second and third novels. That being said, it does an excellent job setting that story up (should have probably stayed away from the classic Arthurian love triangle though) for what is coming. It is well written, has tons of action, a tad of mystery, and more magic than most. For those that love kender, a third of the novel takes place in the kender land of Hylo, so there are plenty of pesky kender. But still it was a set up novel, so don't expect it to be one full novel with another episode coming, it answers almost no questions, and if you can't go without them I suggest waiting until the second Ergoth volume comes out.
Final Thought: They named a monster XimXim, what's next WakaWaka?
This first book, covers a rather extended period of time. We start with a 10 year old boy and end with a man attached to a Horde. To some, this may be too long of time frame, but in the current story line it's an appropriate time lapse.
I can't say enough things about this book. It's a truly a captivating read. The story is a great mix of action and character development. I also like the fact that this trilogy covers a little know part of the creation of Krynn, that being the Horde wars.
If you haven't read this book and are a fan of the Dragonlance setting, you really should treat yourself to thsi fine book.
I love the characters of the series, the irony of the events, and the visual details the authors portray. Thompson and Cook are definitely a duo that should continue writing their works together.
There should've been parts in this novel to devide Tol's years. In one paragragh he's a kid, then in the next he's ten yrs. older. By the end, you're immersed in these characters' lives as with most DL novels & there's plenty of twists. Certainly good enough to make you want to read book 2.