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Vinas Solamnus: soldier, nobleman, priest.

Vinas Solamnus: rebel, commander, conqueror.

Vinas Solamnus: author of The Oath and the measure and founder of the Solamnic Knights.

No knight was ever nobler, more spiritual, more idealistic than Vinas Solamnus...but he wasn't always that way. The story of his early years, his education, and his crucible is truly one of the most famous....

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more please

I truly enjoyed the story and the narrator was fantastic, I hope he records more

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One of the best Dragonlance books

One of the best Dragonlance books not in the main series of books. This along with the legend of huma are the best of the books not in the main storyline.

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Too short to do it justice.

Okay, this is a huge, epic story with tons of things going on. Unfortunately, due to its length, it accomplishes that by skipping around and not doing justice to anything after the first two major events.

I feel that if this had been a thirty hour audiobook (or a trilogy) it would have been perfect. But this presentation felt rushed and ultimately rather unsatisfying.