Three years after the Summer of Chaos, Sara Dunstan, adoptive mother of Steel Brightblade, hears rumors that the Knights of Takhisis are regathering in the evil city of Neraka. Although still branded a renegade by the Dark Knights, she travels to Neraka with the blue dragon, Cobalt, to learn the truth. There she discovers the knights are not only rebuilding under the leadership of General Mirielle Abrena, but they have imminent plans to return to war.
Frustrated and seeking answers, Sara journeys to the Tomb of Last Heroes in Solace. At the tomb, she receives an answer she never expected, which inspires a new order that could help the people of Ansalon to survive the dark days ahead.
Gives a pretty good summary of Steel's adoptive mother's life after the chaos war. However, until I haven't read it yet, I don't recall hearing from the Legion of steel ever after... Read morePublished 5 months ago by sebastien
Like i wrote in the title this has been on of the first dragonlance's beautiful books from the very first page. Read morePublished on Jan. 2 2002 by "chubecca"
I only bought this because Spirit of the Wind was a good book and it ended up surpasing it. Great read!Published on May 6 2001 by Josh Morel
This book was the book that got me started in the fantasy book stufff. I am reading The spirit of the wind right now and it is so cool. I love this kind of stuff now. Read morePublished on Aug. 9 2000 by Dan
This book is one of my favorites. It is smartly written and I love it being about Sara! I also loved Cobalt's loyalty towards Sara. Read morePublished on April 5 2000 by Lacey
I was starting to get disinterested in the bridges of time/fith age series, but this book had an amazing quality of making one want more. Read morePublished on Dec 12 1999 by Eric Remer
This book just stunned me. I thought it was just going to be another lame old dl book but it was just purely awesome. Read morePublished on Oct. 13 1999 by Amazon Customer
Mary Herbert has definitely re-energized my interest in the DragonLance Saga. Sara and Cobalt enjoy invaluable times together, heroicly spirited and heartfelt. Read morePublished on Sept. 27 1999 by Seth I. Greiner (firstname.lastname@example.org)