So much happened and then again, nothing at all happened that much. Every character just seemed so flat and all the things I wanted described in detai..Show More »l weren't. I felt that this is a wast.
I struggled through this monotonous dry narration just so I could get to the next stroy... and it was worth it because the next book is read very well..Show More »... but if you can get a different edition or read it on paper I'd suggest doing so!
Dragon's Doom is typical Greenwood, full of magic and Dungeons and Dragons type fantasy. For the reviewer who said this book was difficult to follow, ..Show More »I suggest starting at the first book in the series. Greenwoods work is formulaic, but that's pretty typical of most fantasy authors. This is a solid book for fans of D&D, non-genre fans may be bored from the constant battles and shallow characters. If you want deep characterization read Lois Mcmaster Bujold, if you want dungeon exploring hack and slash adventures and magic battles read Greenwood.