The people of Krynn have known war in past ages. Some are still alive who remember the triumph of good at the conclusion of the War of the Lance. Still more remember the devastation of the Chaos War, which ended the Fourth Age of the world.
But now a new war is about to begin, more terrible than any have known. This war is one for the very heart and soul of the world itself.
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I enjoyed the story - as I have all of Weis and Hickman's previous Dragonlance stories.
The storytelling, the chance to visit old, well loved, characters
Learn how to pronounce "glower" (it rhymes with "flower.")
There are a few other fairly common English words that she has cringeworthy non-standard pronunciations, but "glower" is the most common.
Fantasy geek, literature lover!
There's something different in this new trilogy from the "classical" ones, the Chronicles and the Legends. The authors evidently decided that something different must be done to revitalize the brand. Herington's performance is very good, even though her portrayal of some of the elves is slightly comical (Samar for instance).
My favourite character is, and always will be, Laurana. Since the first trilogy, she stands apart because she grows as a person in a "believable" way. From elfmaiden to general and first class politician,
Too long. But the performer's reading was just about right, It is a pleasure to listen to.
I'll certainly buy the other two titles in the series. Eagerly anticipating Ax Norman's new versions of the Chrinicles. I'm sure he's done an excellent job.
I love the series written by these authors. I did not care too much for Dragons of a New Age & Dhamon Saga written by Jean Rabe, so I was glad with the return of the original authors. After the last 6 books by Jean (following chronological order of all the Dragonlance books) I immediately recognized the writing style of the original authors who know how to draw me into the story.
I only gave 4 stars on story because nothing compares to the original group of adventurers that sucked me into these books.
Love the story - hate the narration on this one.
No. Her voice is beautiful but she should have listened to at least a little bit of the previous narrations. I think her pronunciation of "Majere" as "Majerry" is going to make me crazy before I finish this book!
Haven't finished it yet. The story is intriguing - I just hope I can survive the narrator's mispronounciations.
I was disappointed in the narrative. I like Margaret Weiss and have read and listened to several of her other titles, but this story has too much historical background woven into the story. It detracts and makes it confusing.
This book was one of the very few I have not been able to finish. I would return it to get my credit back if I could.
Marieve Herington has the wrong voice for reading this kind of narrative. A children's book perhaps but not this.
Also there is absolutely no flow to her reading. It is a monotonous stacato drone that is so irritating that I cannot listen for more than 15 minutes at a time without irritation. This takes away all possibility of involvement and enjoyment of the story.
I will be removing the other titles in this series from my wish list.
I buy these audiobooks for my mother who is blind, She has listened to the first three Dragonlance Chronicles books and the Legends Triology and she enjoyed them immensely. She was looking forward to the next series. Unfortunately she was unable to supply an accurate rating for the story since she was only able to listen to the first section of this book before giving up due to the dreary, unending drone of the narrators voice which was unbearably irritating. I will certainly not be downloading any more books narrated by Marieve Herington.
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