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A Warrior's Journey (Dragonlance: Ergoth #1)

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The first title in a new trilogy from Dragonlance author team Thompson and Cook.
Writing team Thompson & Cook once again explore the history of the ancient Dragonlance world in "A Warrior's Journey," the first title in the new Ergoth trilogy. Considered the historical specialists of the Dragonlance world, the authors take the story to a colorful and violent era of its
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Mass Market Paperback, 376 pages
Published May 1st 2003 by Wizards of the Coast
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Alissa
Oct 10, 2015 Alissa rated it it was amazing
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This is a terrific story, and no prior knowledge of the Dragonlance world is really required. This novel, the first of a trilogy, just happens to share the same setting. The story is full of twists and it gets more complex as it unfolds; this trilogy is compelling and a great read. Along with the Legends trilogy, this is undoubtedly my favourite Dragonlance story. Highly recommended.
Jim C
Feb 17, 2016 Jim C rated it it was amazing
My rating is 4.5 stars.

This is the beginning of a trilogy that is set in the world of Dragonlance. This book spans over many years as it tells the the story of a farm boy that is adopted by the Ergoth army and his rise throughout this army. During his rise he has several adventures and along the way he makes loyal friends and enemies.

This is a excellent start of this trilogy. The author does a terrific job of introducing many characters with distinct personalities and one cannot help but being i
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Lana
Aug 14, 2016 Lana rated it it was amazing
When I first started reading this book I was going to put it down as none of the characters where those I had met so far in the dragonlance series but as I read a bit more I really got into it. I persisted with the book as I like the way Thompson writes and through to his usual style he brought Tol the main character of the book rises from a plain simple farm boy to a great hero in this ergoth trilogy. I have already started the second book of this trilogy as I want to see how the mage traitor i ...more
Hyann
Apr 29, 2013 Hyann rated it liked it
The book started really good. A story starting from a peasant boy who turn into a warrior, no special power, legacy, prophecy, just a humble man. Too humble...

Luck is really good for Tol, always in the right place. Got the best training, found magic item. On his first war, he become an instant leader and made tactic to save the day. He was offered a recompense by the Prince ans he choose to lead foot soldiers. No ambition but always but still advance in the upper class.

After a few years aa a cha
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Kyle K
Nov 26, 2015 Kyle K rated it it was amazing
Farm boy Tol saves a wounded soldier and is suddenly thrust into a civil war. Tol is a capable warrior but is never accepted by the nobility he fights for and alongside, even as he earns honor and prestige and rank.
Shawn
May 10, 2010 Shawn rated it really liked it
I have read most of the dragonlance novels and I must say this is the first one I have read in a long time that really drew me in. Although there are 'Krynnisms' mentioned, it is separated by such a gulf in time and location from most of the other stories that it felt fresh and new.
Daniel
Jun 07, 2012 Daniel rated it it was amazing
I didn't want the book to end, and am looking forward to the next. It did start off slow but once it got going it was hard to stop.
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I liked it, but the over all story wasn't strong enough for me to invest in the whole trilogy.
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