Kaz the Minotaur Mass Market Paperback – Jun 10 1990
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Knaak also does a good job in getting into the minds of Kaz's pursuers. The Author effectively gives the reader an insight of the conflict of feelings from within the group and a good deal of background information as well as they chase Kaz.
Another quality job by Richard Knaak, who is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. I recommend this book to anybody who loves fantasy adventure. Although it's not necessary to read the "Legend of Huma" first, I do recommend it.
In this epic, Kaz is traveling throughout krynn coping with the lost of his one human friend, Huma.
Being persued by other Minotaurs and a Ogre for "Crimes of no-honor", and now being accompanied by a kender, his journies are anything but usual.
This book is a must read for any "DL" fan, or even someone totally new to it! You need to read "The legend of huma" before this though, otherwise it is a bit confusing at times. This is a must must must read! -10 Stars
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First, I have to say that I don't normally read a lot of sci-fi fantasy but I have to say that Kaz is a great book. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2003 by ack
This book was written extremely well and was a great book to follow The Legend of Huma. The Delbin and Kaz relation adds a lot to this book. Read morePublished on July 7 2001 by Sherry Goebel
Like the title says, Kaz hacks up the ratings like he does his foes in this awesome novel about how he helps the Solomnic Knights get the ever returning Galan Dracos. Read morePublished on June 19 2001 by Joe Hindy
In short the author does a very good job with all the characters especially with the addition of Delbin who interacts very well with Kaz. Read morePublished on March 5 2001 by Dion Sawers
How can a fan of Dragonlance not like this one! It is action-packed and has a great turn of events to it. I COULDN'T PUT IT DOWN!Published on May 30 2000
This book (the sequel to The Legend of Huma) is truely an excellent conclusion to Knaak's series. It is about the fantasy world of Krynn from the best-selling Dragonlance novels,... Read morePublished on May 4 2000 by Dylan Headley
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