The Swordsheath Scroll

Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, Book 3
Narrated by: Allen O'Reilly
Series: Dwarven Nations, Book 3
Length: 7 hrs and 58 mins
4.6 out of 5 stars (40 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Despite the stubborn courage of dwarven warriors, the protracted Wilderness War ends as a no-win. The Swordsheath Scroll is signed, and Thorbardin shows its support of the open-minded Qualinesti elves by joining in the construction of magnificent Pax Tharkas.A new leader emerges from their midst, Derkin, the King of Living Stone, whose bravery and wisdom is written in dwarven annals, and whose name becomes the "throne name" of all future dwarven kings.

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okay story. not so okay narration.

This isn't the best of the trilogy, but as it is it's a good ending to it. The story is okay, nothing exciting. The narrator, however, leaves a lot to be desired. Alan O'Reilly certainly improved since the first book, but the strangely monotonous and yet broken rhythm of his reading is still there to a great degree, and I found it still took me out of the story many times. I can't help but think that I would have enjoyed the book far more with a different narrator or if I had read of myself.