I'm sorry, but I used to watch Xena on TV, and I've been there and done that. The gods are dying/dead and there's a new "one god" that's going to come and be good? Oh gee, us modern readers are supposed to assume this is the Christian (or whatever) God, or some parallel, and feel frightened that a magical fantasy world is going to turn into something horribly boring like a Middle Ages Earth where miracles are real. But of course, there must be a plot twist. Just like in Xena, we can count on this "One God" being very evil. Oh wow, how shocking!
If it matters, this "One God" is not revealed as being evil in this book. But I know a tired old cliche when I see one, and I can feel it in my blood... this is going to be nothing but a disappointment. Besides, Tracy Hickman is a fanatic Christian in real life. He would never create a "One God" that isn't the God of the Bible and have it be good. Nor would he allow Weis to do so, at least not over his dead body. It would be blasphemy to him. Hickman is a very predictable author, once you have the misfortune of reading his non-fantasy works.
Anyway, it still IS a Dragonlance novel, and not a horrible one. I would give it 2.5 stars if I could, but I can't, and 2 is just too low. So 3 stars. It is not a bad book, and it's a nice way to kill some time if you're a Dragonlance fan, but I fear the "mystery" over this "One God" will not be a mystery to anyone with half a brain.