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Preview — Dragons of Spring Dawning by Margaret Weis
Dragons of Spring Dawning (Dragonlance: Chronicles #3)
Perhaps it is Dragons of Spring Dawning's transitional position that makes it impossible for it to be the best of the three. There is a real sense in Dragons of Spring Dawning that we are not speeding towards a resolution of the War but a shift in hostilities from...more
Género. Narrativa Fantástica.
Lo que nos cuenta. Tanis vuelve con sus amigos, sin contarles toda la verdad de su relación con la Señora del Dragón Kitiara, cuando el grupo debe escapar y terminan en un barco donde su timonel es Berem, y… pero qué más da, estimados lectores, porque el “poder” de este libro va más allá de sí mismo. Tercer libro de la saga Dragonlance y tercer libro de la trilogía Crónicas de...more
I didn't like Tanis quite as much in this book as I did in the first two. He seemed too full of anger and guilt and allowed the darkness in him to ov...more
The war against the dragon minions of Queen Takhisis rages on. Armed with the mysterious, magical dragon orbs and the shining, silver dragonlance, the companions bring hope to the world. But now, in the dawn of a new day, the dark secrets that have long shadowed the hearts of the friends come to the light. Betrayal, treachery, frailty, and weakness will nearly destroy all that they have accomplished.
The greatest battle they have left to fight is within each of them.
Yet, in the end, they will
Uno stile semplice e dinamico per queste opere a quattro mani, con personaggi mai scontati o estremizzati, tutti con le loro oscurità, tutti con i loro punti di luce, con tutto quello che ci si aspetta da un fantasy: avventura e amore, maghi e divinità, mostri e razze tipiche, forze...more
I _should_ give these 2 stars - charakters ripped straight from Tolkien (grumpy dwarf: check; haughty elves: check; mysterious magic user: check; strong, slightly dumb warrior: check; funny halfl... sorry, kender: check; mysterious object of power to be destroyed at the archenenmie's lair: check) but still, somehow...
For the deus ex machina Raistlin appearance in the end alone it should be no more than two stars, but I have a soft spot for omnipotent...more
I kind of missed the smaller-scale quest antics of the first book, here replaced by a lot of sub-Tolkien stuff (I'm sure I'm not the only one who was reminded of the final...more
Per chi non lo sapesse (sei appena arrivato da Marte, amico?) "Dragonlance" è un'am...more
It is interes...more
DRAGONS OF SPRING DAWNING is fast paced and moves the story to an exciting conclusion. Of the three, it is easily the strongest of the books and ONE can observe Weiss and Hickman maturing as writers through their first three books.
The primary weakness of the trilogy is too much is left out. As noted earlier, the fight to gain the Dragonlance should have been told in full. The adventure Gilthanis and Sylvara experienced in bringing the good dragons into the fold was dismissed as too long to tell....more
"Smoki Wiosennego Poranka" są konkluzją wątków, które były prowadzone od pierwszego tomu. Raistlin zrzuca czerwone szaty i przywdziewa czarne, jasno pokazując, gdz...more
Quando me inscrevi para ler este livro tive muito medo de não me conseguir situar na história por não ter lido o 2º livro ("Dragões de uma Noite de Inverno"). Mas, felizmente, não senti muito dificuldade em voltar a entrar na história.
Em "Dragões de um Alvorecer de Primavera", encontramos os nossos heróis metidos em grandes sarilhos. Tanis, Caramon, Tika, Raist, Vent...more
There are few D&D novelizations out there that are really worth reading. Only two series have I loved, and the original 6 (became 7) "Dragonlance" novels are one of those great series. (Gord the Rogue is the other).
At first when I read this, I was a bit put off because the "Krynn" world did not "agree" with D&D. The gods had different names (Bahamut = Paladine, Tiamut = Takhesis)...more
As with Winter Night, a quest that would have taken several dozen pages to fully flesh out is condensed into a few pages. None of the impact is lost, even though the revelation can be guessed at towards...more
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Tanis glanced at him sharply. "What is interesting?"
"I've never heard you lie before, Half-Elf," Raistlin said softly. " I find it...quite...fascinating.”