Outlawed by the mage-priests of Thimhallen since the Iron Wars, the Ninth Mystery, called Technology, has survived only among society's outcasts until a young man born without magic and a priest who is a catalyst of magical energy form an alliance that shakes their complacent and stagnant world. The authors of the "Dragonlance" series again demonstrate their talent for vivid world-crafting and strong characterization in a novel that will appeal to fans of epic fantasy. Recommended. JC
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As I said it's a must. The book itself is not in top 5 best fantasy book but it surely has a place in top 15-20! the authors created a very unique world and magic itself. Read morePublished on July 2 2010 by Yuriy Moos
If you want a lot of interesting, evolving plot, this book has it. It's an early trilogy by Weis and Hickman and it shows. Read morePublished on June 3 2004 by Rosa F
I had this trilogy for a long time before i actually got down to reading it, I had hte feeling that it would betoo weird for my taste. Read morePublished on March 28 2004 by "aarif1"
When a friend introduced me to this trilogy, I was skeptical. I had read very little sci-fi and what I had read I found boring, but I instantly fell in love with Merilon, and... Read morePublished on Feb. 3 2004 by Tina
Dont get me wrong.. Im quite thankful for Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman for introducing me to the world of dragonlance.. since then Ive been reading a lot of sci fi books.. Read morePublished on Oct. 16 2003 by MFJ
I read Forging the Darksword, Doom of the Darksword, and finally Triumph of the Darksword, wanting to know how it would come out, and hoping, expecting, that it would get better. Read morePublished on May 29 2003
Hickman and Weis prove that they can do more than Dragonlance. Joram is the son of the Empress who is deemed to bring about the end of the know world. Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2003 by R. Reinhart
I absolutley loved this book!
However, I have a major beef with the trilogy.
3/4 of this trilogy is great, however all of the books were completely ruined when the tanks... Read more
Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis must have lived in another time and space before they came to earth to write books for us. Read morePublished on July 6 2001