Dragons of Winter Night
They won their first real battle in the war for Krynn, but the war has only just begun for the Companions! Friendships born in conflict will be torn apart. Hope will rest on the shoulders of a disgraced Knight and his two inexperienced companions. Worlds long divided by hatred and prejudice will... show more
They won their first real battle in the war for Krynn, but the war has only just begun for the Companions! Friendships born in conflict will be torn apart. Hope will rest on the shoulders of a disgraced Knight and his two inexperienced companions. Worlds long divided by hatred and prejudice will either band together in a last struggle against darkness - or perish for all time.
Publish date: July 25th 2007
Publisher: Devil's Due Publishing
Pages no: 358
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Role Playing Games
, Dungeons And Dragons
Series: Dragonlance: Chronicles (#2)
Synopsis: A group of friends/heroes fights a war against an evil goddess and her armies. Its pretty straightforward stuff. As I mentioned when I started this trilogy I spent several of my teenage years obsessed with the novels from this shared universe. Re-reading these has been a nice sentimental...
Not a bad book,there were times you really pulled for the group.And Tasselhoff provided plenty of comic relief.
Re-reading this book (and series) for review purposes.
It seems as if the entire trilogy was written as one book but then divided into three, which is not surprising because the same thing happened with Lord of the Rings. However, that is not where the similarities end. First of all in this book we have the original companions from the first book sudden...
The story of the companions continues as the war begins to pick up. Their quest now is to find the dragon orbs. They get separated, which leads to diverging paths. This book, in terms of the pacing, was a bit slower than the first volume. However, there are some twists towards the end, and the actio...