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The Medusa Plague (Dragonlance: Defenders of Magic #2)

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Between Earth and Sky!
The name Guerrand DiThon has been cursed by his family since the day he disappeaered. When a mysterious plague strikes their beleaguered village, Guerrand's name is invoked again -- as the cause of the disaster.
Bram DiThon, Guerrand's nephew, is more like his uncle than the family would care to admit. A skilled herbalist, Bram has unknowingly turned
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Paperback, 314 pages
Published December 3rd 2005 by Wizards of the Coast (first published October 1st 1994)
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Tabitha Tomala
After enjoying the first in this trilogy I was sad when the story skipped around and didn't really make sense. The entire plague itself I felt was far fetched. I think a much better conflict could have been chosen, or at least a different disease.
Without placing any spoilers it is difficult to say how the plot line became disjointed, but suffice to say that I didn't really understand the entire last section of the book. The Gods of magic confused me with their way of dealing with the situation p
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Jim C
This takes place in the Dragonlance realm and is the second book of a trilogy. One must read the first novel to understand the events that take place in this book. This takes place five years after the first book. Guerrand lives in a small village and he is asked to become the mage in charge of Bastion which protects the Lost Citadel. Meanwhile, his friend Lyim searches for a cure from the problem that befell him from the first novel.

This is one of those books that must be completely read to enj
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Laura
This was a great sequel, although it pains me to see Lyim's downward spiral. We get to be inside Lyim's mind a lot more in this book, although we also have chapters from Guerrand and a new character, Bram. Like the previous one, the descriptions of magic (and the plague) are very vivid and enjoyable to read.

It is fascinating to see how Lyim manages to justify any and all of his actions. He is very devious, which makes for several unexpected twists throughout the story. He most definitely change
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Alexander Faria
Excelente historia, aunque predecible..
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