Time of the Twins
The first title in the second Dragonlance novel trilogy is now being released for the first time ever in a trade hardcover edition. Featuring the stunning art and design that graced the cover of the paperback edition, this new version is a follow-up to the release of the Dragonlance novels... show more
The first title in the second Dragonlance novel trilogy is now being released for the first time ever in a trade hardcover edition. Featuring the stunning art and design that graced the cover of the paperback edition, this new version is a follow-up to the release of the Dragonlance novels Chronicles trilogy in hardcover in 2003. It also continues the planned release of all of the core Weis & Hickman titles in trade hardcover, allowing fans and collectors alike the chance to obtain the entire set in hardcover.
Publish date: March 1st 2004
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Pages no: 389
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Epic Fantasy
, High Fantasy
, Role Playing Games
, Dungeons And Dragons
Series: Dragonlance: Legends -3 omnibus (#1)
I had fond memories of the Dragonlance 'Chronicles', but it was the 'Legends' trilogy that stuck with me through the years. Time travel, deep lore, and epic battles form a backdrop to a pair of seriously screwed up brothers. At the end of 'Dragons of Spring Dawning' Raistlin had come into some ser...
Re-reading this book (and series) for review purposes.
This is just the first book in a trilogy, but who knows when I’ll have time to finish the other two books! This book is set in the same universe at the Dragonlance Chronicles and follows three of the main characters from that trilogy into the future (and past >.>). For those of you who didn’t read m...
Overall for the series, it held up better than I expected, now that I'm not reading it through the haze of an adoring twelve-year-old. Raistlin is more convincingly evil; Crysania is even more irritating, and Caramon is almost insufferably ridiculous for this entire book than I remembered, but it wa...
This trilogy was slightly more interesting that it's predecessor ("The Chronicles") as it focused on the most interesting character (Raistlin) and had a slightly less conventional story line but not something I would these days. I thoroughly enjoyed it at the time and my relatively high rating refle...