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Pillar of Flame Audiobook

Pillar of Flame: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elements Trilogy, Book 1

When all of the fires in Kenderhome have gone out, the Wizard's Conclave asks Nearra, new to her magic and not yet a wizard, to go on a quest to restore the magic of fire to Krynn.
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New to her magic, Nearra has only recently stepped out on the path of becoming a wizard. But before she can even take the Test of High Sorcery, the Wizard's Conclave charges her with solving a mystery. All the fires in Kenderhome and Palanthas have gone out and Nearra must determine who - or what - is to blame for this powerful magic. Will this be the beginning of Nearra's magical career - or the end?

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    Brandon 08-25-15
    Brandon 08-25-15 Member Since 2013

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    As far as the New Adventures books go - they all pretty much follow the same story line over and over. More so than most fantasy books it seems. And though these books were supposedly written to interest younger kids into the Dragonlance series there have been some omissions.
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    So Nearra goes to Palanthus to take her test and the book basically says the only tower of high sorcery is Raistlin's in Palanthus and he won't let them use it for testing so they have a building there where all the wizards do their business. Why isn't Wayreth mentioned - it's like it doesn't exist - this part doesn't really fit in with the rest of Dragonlance. Other things too - like the previous books - none of the wizards seem to have to study any spells. And through the entire New Adventures books they always seem to fight against some evil magic users - there's no variety

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