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Kender, Gully Dwarves, and Gnomes: Tales, Volume II [Mass Market Paperback]

Margaret Weis , Tracy Hickman
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April 1 2005 Dragonlance Tales
The second book in a series of classic Dragonlance tales, now with a new cover.

This re-release of the second volume of Dragonlance short stories ever published features a dramatic new cover treatment. It includes stories by some of the best-loved authors writing in the Dragonlance world, including a novella by New York Times best-selling authors and Dragonlance setting co-creators Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

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About the Author

Margaret Weis is the author of numerous Dragonlance novels, many of them co-written with Tracy Hickman or Don Perrin, including the recent New York Times best-seller Dragons of a Vanished Moon. She is also the author of The Soulforge and the Star of the Guardian novels.

Tracy Hickman, in addition to his work on several Dragonlance novels, has co-authored with Margaret Weis the Darksword series and the Death Gate Cycle. He is the designer of the game setting Starshield and is the author of the futuristic novel The Immortals.

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3.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars until Wanna Bet showed up Oct. 16 1999
By Ronnie
Format:Mass Market Paperback
I have noticed that most of you have been praising wanna bet. WHY?!?!?! It is an insult to everything dragonlance! You will be much more satisfied with this book if you read the disappointing "Wanna Bet?" first, then read the rest afterwards, which should make up for Wanna Bet's stupidity. My favorite story was the Wizard's Spectacles. Absolutely great writing! I loved the way they talked about Dalamar through the eyes of two people with barely any brains. Absoultely loved it! Possibly because I have always wanted to know a little bit more about Dalamar's past, instead of him just showing up to learn/spy on Raistlin. He is a great charactor, but he comes in to abruptly. The rest of the stories were good as well, and if it werent for wanna bet, i would have given this book 5 stars.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gnomes...and more Jan. 11 1999
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book was perhaps one of the best Dragonlance books not written by Margret Weis and Tracy Hickman. It gives a ton of great information, varying from humorous anecedotes that cause a person to simply smile at the small things in life, to deep, moving tales of that ignite some inner flame to stories of high adventure. It was nice to see stories written, for once, that has truly good kender, gnomish, and gully dwarf heroes. However, it should be noted that one tale involves a minotaur, and was very good too. All in all I would say it was a great book, giving a lot of information on Mount Nevermind that has not been seen since 1987 (Gnomes-100, Dragons-0). A must have!
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4.0 out of 5 stars Altogether good book Oct. 25 2000
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This was a fine compilation of tales, with stories that though made no big impact on the history of the series, were interesting and in themselves nice diversions from life. "Wanna Bet?" was an excellent form of characterization that was fun to follow, and narration in these stories was surely what made most of these tales fun at all. My only problem with this was, I read about Kender, and I read about Gnomes, but I failed to find any Gully Dwarves in this story, so it received the rating that you yourself see above.
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1.0 out of 5 stars it tries to be funny but it isn4t March 12 1999
By A Customer
Format:Mass Market Paperback
This book has a one or two good stories, but the rest is plain bad. A lot of the stories attempt to be funny and yet they fail miserably. It is a dissapointment after reading the Dragon series books. Besides from the stories that try to be funny there are also some stories that try to trascend and present the reader with phylosophical ideas. Yet these efforts are laughable. Most stories are badly written, silly, and posses no relation what so ever with previous novels of Krynn.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very Funny book July 2 2000
By M. Vega
Format:Mass Market Paperback
All I can say is that the book was great. The majority of the storys were extremly funny, and the others wern't meant to be. Some were Inspirational, especially the first story were Tasslehoff Burrfoot has to save his comrades whom are lost in the snow. Margaret Weis, and Tracy Hickman are my two favorite writers. The only downfall to this book is that one, or two of the storys are boring, and slow. But, that is made up by the other great stories in the book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good, but not the most excellent Sept. 23 2001
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This book was quite a good book. I read a lot of books. My favorites are in the dragonlance world. While some of the stories in this book were boring. The remainder were well written and fun to read. This book had just the right mixture of funny stories, and more serious stories. The true demise of toede, had to be one of the funniest. I would recommend this book to anyone who truly loves dragonlance.
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