Preeminent storytellers Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have redefined epic fantasy. Since the publication of their Dragonlance series, millions of readers have enjoyed their imaginative world-building, rich characterization, and intricate storylines. Now these bestsellingauthors bring their... show more
Preeminent storytellers Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman have redefined epic fantasy. Since the publication of their Dragonlance series, millions of readers have enjoyed their imaginative world-building, rich characterization, and intricate storylines. Now these bestsellingauthors bring their talents to one of the most innovative fantasy creations ever in Dragon Wing, the first volume in The Death Gate Cycle.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1990
Pages no: 417
Edition language: English
Series: The Death Gate Cycle (#1)
Another fantasy novel that was given to me by a friend who told me that it was good so I should read it, and I did, a long time ago. Back in those days I really did not have huge amounts of money, so would generally borrow books from the library or off friends. The problem with borrowing books from ...
If I was reviewing this book as if this was the first time that I've read it, I would give it probably four stars. However, in the fifteen or so years since I've discovered this novel, I have read it AT LEAST twenty times. I love every book in The Death Gate Cycle, but this is one of those books tha...
I did not expect to like this one as much as I did. Sure, I'd heard good things about the series, and had always kinda meant to read it, but just about everyone who raved about it (or about any of Weis and Hickman's combined work) would talk about how amazing said books were when read at a relativel...
This series is not without it's flaws, but it happens to be one I think fondly of because I identified so much with one of the characters in it. So much so that it was a life changing experience for me. I know that probably sounds weird because this is a fantasy novel, but it really got me thinking ...
I feel like I’ve been dropped into the middle of the story[it is done that way on purpose, I know, but still...]. But a good story. Solid characters, and some real whizbang ideas-worlds of earth, fire, water and air, 2 master races-one imprisoned, the other seemingly disappeared, etc. Very enjoyable...
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