Riverwind the Plainsman: Preludes, Volume Four Mass Market Paperback – Oct 1 2003
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About the Author
works of short fiction and more than 40 non-fiction articles.
Tonya C. Cook has a degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina. She works as a freelance editor and foreign rights manager for a large university press. Her recent release A Warrior's Journey was her ninth Dragonlance novel written in collaboration with Paul B. Thompson.
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Top Customer Reviews
Riverwind is forced to go on a courting quest to claim Goldmoon. The quest involves finding proof of the old gods. Catchflea, the town idiot, joins Riverwind and they end up falling down the entrance to a city of underground elves. After an epic battle to free them from their oppressive ruler, the companions blunder into a city of draconians and a cleric making horrible lizard warriors. Only one person makes it out of this whole mess alive and sane.
The plot is implausible so it's up to the characters to make the read interesting. And they do. Riverwind is an interesting very sweet character. Catchflea gets annoying, but Di An is a nice character and Li El is truly creepy.
If you're looking for a good, light read from Dragonlance, you might want to check out this book.
Most recent customer reviews
This starts when Riverwind is still in the village, and he is trying to win the hand of the Chieftains Daughter, Goldmoon, in marriage. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2004 by Myra
Riverwind the Plainsman was an ok book. The biginning was somewhat dull but the ending made up for it. Read morePublished on Oct. 28 2002
There are quite a few mistakes in this book, the big one being the Chronicles said Riverwind's quest took years not 8 months.
The 1st big sequence was very boring too. Read more
Although this book was well-written, I did not particularyly enjoy it. It does tell the story about Riverwind's quest for the true gods - the time inbetween falling in love with... Read morePublished on July 15 2001 by David Brown
I've read a lot of books in my life and this is one of the worst.The Dragonlance novels tend to vary a lot in quality depending on which author it is, but this one is terrible. Read morePublished on Nov. 16 2000 by Jonathon dough
This is one of the worst book that I have ever had the misfortune of reading. Not only was it poorly written (and proofread--as many TSR novels seem to be) from a technical... Read morePublished on Oct. 3 1999
It doesn't quite tie in exactly with the Chronicles, but it stands fairly well on its own two feet(like Lyrexis). It is not really an important book, though, and better unbought.Published on Sept. 6 1999
sorry for all those ppl that like this book, i didn't i thought it was going to be about finding the true gods but it was only a small part of the story and and most of the story... Read morePublished on July 24 1999