!!> Ebook ➩ Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance: Chronicles, #1) ➪ Author Margaret Weis – Sunkgirls.info

!!> Ebook ➩ Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance: Chronicles, #1)  ➪ Author Margaret Weis – Sunkgirls.info Life Long Friends, They Went Their Separate Ways Now They Are Together Again, Though Each Holds Secrets From The Others In His Heart They Speak Of A World Shadowed With Rumors Of War They Speak Of Tales With Strange Monsters, Creatures Of Myth, Creatures Of Legend They Do Not Speak Of Their Secrets Not Then Not Until A Chanced Encounter With A Beautiful, Sorrowful Wo


10 thoughts on “Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Dragonlance: Chronicles, #1)

  1. Kevin Kevin says:

    Dragonlance was the first fantasy novel series I ever read so it holds a special place in my heart The Chronicles Trilogy was the first in a series of 10 core books There are probably well over a 100 books set in the Dragonlance world but these are the ones you need to read.Chroncicles Trilogy Dragons of Autumn TwilightDragons of Winter NightDragons of Spring Dawni


  2. Markus Markus says:

    Hear the sage as his song descendslike heaven s rain or tears,and washes the years, the dust of the many storiesfrom the High Tale of the Dragonlance Three centuries have passed since the Cataclysm, where burning mountains fell from the sky and the gods of old abandoned their mortal worshippers When a group of adventurers come together at the Inn of the Last Home a


  3. CJ CJ says:

    Someone played a dungeons and dragons game which is based heavily on Tolkien s books and then decided to write down what their characters did and publish it And while dungeons and dragons is great fun for those playing it, everyone has had to suffer through players who labor under the mistaken impression that their adventures are just as interesting to everyone else


  4. Kane Kane says:

    Wow not a good wow I just read some of these reviews and ratings I have to raise my hand and be the voice of reason The public deserves this.Let s get something straight here these books are unreadable for anyone older than 15 I love fantasy and I don t have an issue with the world building or the story here In my reviews, I sometimes excuse poor writing, characteriza


  5. Mayim De Vries Mayim De Vries says:

    Disclaimer My rating is purely sentimental Dragons of Autumn Twilight is a read down the memory lane If I were to rate it on the basis of my current standards and preferences, it would score 3 stars the most As it is, it has been one of the earliest fantasy books I have ever read and it still engulfs me in the fuzzy warmth of initial wonder that there are other fantasy


  6. Graeme Graeme says:

    I first read this book about the time it came out, when I was about 10 or 11 and recently found an identical, battered paperback copy at a thrift store Dipping back into it twenty odd years later, it has many shortcomings However, it still takes me back to that time when I d read under the cov...


  7. Curtis Westman Curtis Westman says:

    When I was nine years old, I wrote a short story about an elf and a mage traversing an imaginary world and banishing evil back to the depths from whence it came I was proud of the story I showed it to my family and they read it, and pretended it was great They put it on the fridge.I reread the story years later and it was a difficult decision whether I should laugh or wh


  8. Brian Brian says:

    My daughter is getting older now and asking me for suggestions on books that are age appropriate her term I purposely haven t read all of the Harry Potter books nor seen the movies because I was hoping to read watch all of them with her She s 10 and hasn t shown the slightest interest in those books, but she just became interested in Star Wars this summer, so I m willing


  9. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Great start to an all time classic fantasy series I loved the colorful characters and fast moving plot based on an interesting story line of reunited friends with secrets and a mysterious and gorgeous, of course stranger who drew them into danger and excitement The negatives were mere niggling at best, however they did exist I was about 13 or 14 years old when I read Drago


  10. A. Dawes A. Dawes says:

    When I read this DD was all the rage, and this series gave lovers of high fantasy exactly what they were craving I thought it very good at the time, not nearly as good as Brooks or Donaldson and naturally not Tolkien, but still an entertaining adventure trilogy I think Weis Hickman s Rose of the Prophet series along with their Darksword books are also better due to their or


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