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Tracy Hickman
`Dragonlance' originators Tracy and Laura Hickman have been publishing game designs and stories together for over thirty-two years - nearly as long as their marriage - and thus started them both on a life of adventure and imagination.Tracy is a NYT Best-Selling co-author (with Margaret Weis) of... show more



`Dragonlance' originators Tracy and Laura Hickman have been publishing game designs and stories together for over thirty-two years - nearly as long as their marriage - and thus started them both on a life of adventure and imagination.Tracy is a NYT Best-Selling co-author (with Margaret Weis) of many Dragonlance novels including the original `Dragonlance Chronicles', `Dragonlance Legends', `Rose of the Prophet" and "Darksword" trilogies as well as the seven-book "Deathgate Cycle". Tracy and Laura are remembered together for their role-playing game designs in `Dragonlance' and the `Oasis of the White Palm' series but are perhaps best known for their classic adventure, the original `Ravenloft.' Life now has provided them the opportunity to fulfill a dream: to write novels together. Tracy and Laura work from adjoining offices in their home and answer questions on their work through their website at www.trhickman.com.Visit www.dragonhearthproductions.com for information on our monthly podcasts.

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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
I somewhat confusing, fast-paced, action-packed conclusion (with plot holes) to the adventures of Haplo, Alfred and Dog. The Seventh Gate is the final book in the series and won't make much sense unless you have read the previous 6 books. The DeathGate Cycle has numerous issues with plot, continu...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This is the 6th novel in the Death Gate Cycle and won't make much sense unless you have read the previous 5 books. Into the Labyrinth continues the action packed story of Haplo, Alfred, and Dog, who have been stranded in the deadly Labyrinth; and of Xar who is hell-bent on conquering the world via ...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This is book 5 of the Death Gate Cycle and won't make any sense unless you have read the previous 4. This book has many failings in terms of plot continuity and repetitiveness, but it does continue the action packed adventures of Haplo, Jarre, Dog, Bane and the Serpents on Arianus, the realm of Air...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
This is the fourth book in the Death Gate Cycle, set on Chelestra, Realm of Sea, the last of the four worlds created by the Sartan during the Sundering of the Old World in their battle against the Patryns. The narrative is interwoven with the personal diary of Grundle (who is just awesome!), dau...
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Elentarri's Book Blog rated it 1 year ago
Book 3 of the Death Gate Cycle is an entertaining, action packed, and sometimes intense, romp through Abarrach, the less-than-pleasant Realm of Stone (not to mention lava and poisonous fumes). Haplo and Dog make new "friends" and meet old enemies. The world building is deliciously original, with a...
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