Summer has come to Krynn, a summer unlike any before. The sun bears down on land and sea, searing the world with relentless light and heat. Clouds and rain are nowhere to be found, and even the darkness of night brings little relief from the strange and oppressive day.
Meanwhile, those who commune regularly with their gods are uneasy. Every day, their deities become more distant, more difficult to reach. Clerics' prayers go unanswered, and magic goes awry. As the tension on Ansalon builds, estranged cousins Palin Majere and Steel Brightblade search for an explanation. It soon becomes evident that more than just magic is at stake.The fate of all Krynn hangs in the balance.
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the man with the plan
It depends on whether or not they had read the books that actually come between "Spring Dawning" and "Summer Flame". This book ties up a lot of loose ends and kills off a lot of characters that were alive and well in the last book. Unless you read the Legends series of books at the very least, you will be grasping for answers as to what the unending references by the characters mean. This book really should have been written so it could be the start of a new series or a one off rather than the end of a series that ended just fine with the 3rd book.
Yes, but with the stipulations I pointed out above.
Nothing. Performance was animated but not very engaging.
The death of one of the Heroes of the Lance. You'll know.
This book should have come with a disclaimer as it alludes to so much that the reader/listener will not understand unless they read some of the spin off series like "Legends". The book does fine with its own story and the new characters are woven into the universe well enough that they are viable but its like we get all these flashbacks from Tas and others that make no sense until you have the grounding of the other books.
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