Unfortunately, with the mystery of the "One God" revealed, much of the narrative impetus that made the first two books page-turners is lost. However, while there isn't much left to write about in Dragons of a Vanished Moon, the scenery is beautiful. There is an Elven exodus across the "plains of dust," stubborn Solamnic knights, cunning dragons, plotting wizards, and a full helping of Kender antics as Tasselhoff assumes the role of fly in the dark queen's ointment. The conclusion is a textbook deus ex machina but fans should enjoy this book for what it is--another chance to return to the wonderful world of Krynn with its two most competent guides at the helm. --Jeremy Pugh --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
I worked through the first two books of this trilogy and it took me a while. They were easy books to take a break from. Read morePublished on May 25 2004 by Aaron Lohr
WAR OF THE SOULS WAS A GREAT SERIES...YES THE STORY LINE WAS DIFFERENT...HAS WHERE SOME OF THE CHARACTERS, WHO SEEMED OUT OF LINE...BUT THAT WAS THE STORY LINE. Read morePublished on Feb. 7 2004 by Manuel
This book was written to correct the disaster that is Dragons of Summer Flame, nothing more nothing less. Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2004 by S. Patel
If you have even a marginal interest in Dragonlance and have been following the story, buy this book. Read morePublished on Nov. 3 2003 by M. Eldridge
I have read this book in one sitting. Truly, this saga is one of the best I have read in the fantasy/sci-fi genre. Read morePublished on Oct. 21 2003
As Takhisis is revealed to the heroes things start turning grim.
A perfect ending to an imperfect world. This book is great. Read more
There's so much to say that it's hard to know where to start.
First, the book itself: it's obvious that Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman really didn't plan this out from the... Read more