The Second Generation
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 21st 1995
Publisher: TSR, Inc.
Pages no: 440
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Role Playing Games
, Short Stories
, Dungeons And Dragons
Series: Dragonlance: The New Generation (#1)
I'm just a sucker for punishment, so I'm going to keep going down the Dragonlance rabbit-hole a few more books. Unlike other recent reviews, this Dragonlance novel was new to me. It represented a return by Weis and Hickman to TSR in 1994, after the fairly successful 'Darksword' and 'Rose of the Pr...
I liked this book,you get to meet a few kids of the Heroes of the Lance Wars.They get to go on and start their adventures.
I was a Dragonlance, and by extension TSR, nut in high school and early years of college. At one point, I must have had every Dragonlance novel. I hung out with Dragonlance nuts (we were also Robin McKinley nuts. What? You loved The Hero and the Crown? So did I! So I should read these, huh?). ...
This book was okay. I like how it at least had the involvement of the original Chronicles characters, but I wish that the book wasn't comprised of short stories, but rather one large story.
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