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Publisher's Summary

Is Raistlin truly dead?

The answer lies in the new Dragonlance novella by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman, which gazes into the future of Caramon and his mage-son, and into the dark nether-past of Raistlin.

Untold tales of Krynn.

Tales of sea monsters, dark elves, ice bears, hideous hydra-headed serpents, and loathsome draconian troops.

Further adventures of the kender Tas; the innkeepr Otic and young Tika; the dwarf Flint and Tanis, leader of the companions; Caramon and Raistlin, twin brothers, one, a genial warrior, the other, a sickly magician and scholar.

Nine short stories by superlative writers, plus an exciting new novella by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman.

The Dragonlance Saga goes on!

©2005 Wizards of the Coast, Inc. (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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Do not purchase

The story in this book might be ok but the performance is so awful I had to stop listening. Truely awful don't waste credits on this.

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Just get past chapter 1

This is a collection of short stories with different narrators. The narrator reads chapter one as if it is a VERY melancholy poem instead of a story. I had skip to chapter two and then it got much better. I’ll always wonder what that chapter was but it was waaaaaay to hard to listen to.

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Just get Boehmer to read ALL!!

This narrator really killed the experience for me as others have mentioned. I honestly thought they were perhaps being harsh and I give every narrator a fair chance. But Dufris needs to learn subtlety, his character voices are so annoying and over the top it ruins the book. I appreciate that he's giving the narration some effort but he's got to let the book tell the story not his terrible impressions and hyperbolic 'baddies' with irreverent voices. Just overall, can't recommend based solely on the narrator.

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I’m not sure

Honestly I don’t know how to review this I love these books and these stories but the way Dufris is reading this book has made it impossible for me to even understand mentally what I’m hearing, he’s reading this as if it were theatrics, I can almost visualize him standing there holding the book open in one hand and a human skull held in the other. He’d be perfect for reading short poems by Poe or some other overly dramatic writer telling dark tales.

Twice I’ve found myself completely spacing out on the book just because of the guy reading, I can’t even say I recall any of the story and it makes me review kind of shaky for me, I don’t want to give the story a bad review or a good one because I can’t remember it, I don’t want to give the overall good or bad because of the same issue with the story but I also don’t want to go to high in rating there because the performance was horrid.

TL;DR I’d say buy and read this book yourself skip the audible. Ax Norman would have been preferable to William Dufris.

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Disappointed in narrator.

Couldn't get past the first chapter. The narrator was far too dramatic. Very disappointed as I love the dragonlance books.

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Narrator will make you drive into traffic

I remember reading some of these in my younger days (enjoyed Dragonlance for 34 years now) but this audiobook... wow. They lost one narrator even though I hear different voices, but one guy who seems to do the most reading is terrible. I don't want to be insulting, hut that slow...annoying... emotionless voice is painful. I bought this for a 2700 mile road trip, but I'd just drive into traffic. I don't want to continue listening to finish the stories.

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Not the best, not the worst

I’m generally not a fan of anthologies. Some of the stories were excruciatingly boring, but I liked most of them. Same with the narrator. He’s not even close to the worst, but far from the best. The worst criticism I can give Is that he only actually has two voices... “Overly annunciated old man” and “Eeyore”. Both of them detract more from the story than they add to it.

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Please re-record this

Book is solid but the dude reading is terrible, the way he reads it is unbearable. I couldn’t make it past chapter 3

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Disappointed

Story might actually be good. However it was hard to get through the first couple of chapters the performance find out. First one I’ve attempted to turn exchange

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For the love of god do not purchase.

Very good story, interesting pieces from the overall story arc. This is a collection and not a traditional narrative. HOWEVER, the narrator and his performance are nearly diabolical. As someone mentioned, like a terrible ghost story rendition, this is a person who take Steven Segal movies seriously. Buy the book in print but under no circumstances purchase the audiobook.

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  • Martin Poulsen
  • 03-20-18

A great read!

Would you consider the audio edition of The Magic of Krynn to be better than the print version?

A bunch of good stories, rangeing from homerous to very serious. The Narrator is one of the best i have heard so far, he makes the characters come alive.

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  • Peter Taylor
  • 04-18-16

Possibly the worst narrator ever

I have been a fan of the works of Weis and Hickman for 30 years. This is the first audiobook of their work (even though in this case they were the editors) I have listened to. I am sure the stories are very good however the narrator is abysmal, his droning tones prevented me getting beyond the first 2 minutes.