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Dragonmage of Mystara (Mystara: The Dragonlord Chronicles #3)

3.55 of 5 stars 3.55  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Paperback, 395 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by Wizards of the Coast
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Ian Hewitt
I am going to review this trilogy as a whole because no single book stands out in my mind as being any better or worse than another.

They were all equally terrible.

The three books Dragonlord of Mystara, Dragonking of Mystara and Dragonlord of Mystara make up the 'Dragonlord Chronicles'. They are written by Thorarinn Gunnarsson. I should have been suspicious from the start given the obvious play upon the immensely popular and infinitely better conceived 'Dragonlance Chronicles' from the same publi
A lot of people seem to dislike these books. I don't blame them, I suppose. But honestly, the books did enough for me. They entertained me.

There is nothing really super special about them. I wouldn't suggest them over many books. Honestly, I probably rated too high... but still, I can't help it. I enjoyed them.

Clear your mind. Forget those who are pushing the fantasy book realm to a new level. Don't seek to compare. In college, a wise professor told me to not go into any text without an open min
Sandra Visser
As a teenager I bought any fantasy book I saw, which explains how I ended up with this generic series and now I'm so glad I've finally got through all three and can get rid of them. This really is a what no to do guide to fantasy fiction. It's cliché upon cliché, the characters have no depth, the dialogue is uninteresting, there are a few battles at the start that don't amount to anything and appear to be filler. Most of the characters from the previous books have been sidelined and don't have a ...more
Jul 14, 2012 Bryan added it
Good read but better if you are into AD&D
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From Wikipedia: Thorarinn Gunnarsson is the pseudonym of an American author of science fiction and fantasy.
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