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Trail of the Black Wyrm (Dragonlance: Taladas #2)

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The Battle of the Run is over, but for Barreth Forlo victory is bitter.

With only a dragon’s scale to aid them, Barreth and his friends must find his missing wife before it’s too late. A strange evil is stirring and a foul ritual has begun.

And Forlo’s unborn child lies at the heart of it.

Explore the legendary continent of Taladas, where barbarian chiefs struggle for surviv
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Mass Market Paperback, 416 pages
Published April 11th 2006 by Wizards of the Coast
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Tabitha Tomala
Aug 07, 2015 Tabitha Tomala rated it did not like it
After finishing the first book I was excited to start this one. A new prespective on Dragonlance, who wouldn't be excited? Yup this book ruined it. It has taken me what seems like forever to finish. The plot was dull, the storyline carried pointless travel/encounters and the relationships between characters made a stunted attempt at progress. The main group travels for chapters, but never stays in one place long enough for you to glean meaning from the new people and cultures. In fact they don't ...more
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Nov 03, 2013 W.A. rated it did not like it
I started reading this trilogy because it was in the Dragonlance world and seemed like it would be original and interesting. I gave up on the story halfway through the second book and have never regretted it since.

Honestly, some of the characters did have good things going for them, but what really turned me off was the amount of gory details and what felt like senseless violence going on throughout everything. And then when the strange, budding romance between two of the characters got thrown i
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Sep 01, 2014 Pavlo Tverdokhlib rated it liked it
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Following from Book 1, which is perhaps one of the best Dragonlance books, this one was a dissapointment. It follows a much more traditional "party of heroes on a quest" plotline, which isn't nowhere near as complex as volume 1 was.
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