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A Hero's Justice (Dragonlance: Ergoth #3)

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The final title in the latest trilogy from Dragonlance author team Thompson & Cook.
Writing team Thompson and Cook once again explore the history of the ancient Dragonlance world in A Hero's Justice. Considered the historical specialists of the setting, the authors take their story-telling skills to a colorful and violent era of its history that has not been chronicled
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Mass Market Paperback, 377 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Wizards of the Coast (first published November 30th 2004)
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Jim C
Aug 10, 2016 Jim C rated it liked it
This is part of the Dragonlance world and is the third book of a trilogy. The other two must be read before this one. In this book, Tol has been banished. During his banishment, the Ergoth empire has gone down the drain. It seems like Tol is the only one who can bring back Ergoth back to its glory days.

Let me first say that the first two books of this trilogy was excellent. I am enjoying the characters and the whole atmosphere as it gives an early Roman empire feel to it. I was really looking fo
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Lana
Aug 18, 2016 Lana rated it it was amazing
Wow a splendid series, love the way Thompson writes and Tol is a great character a real hero not only brave but honourable to the very last. He was not swayed by power or money and greed but stood by his friends till the last and in the end showed that nothing and no one could sway him from his honourable path, not even love!! The farmer's son returns to his roots and finally finds peace!!
Ian Hewitt
Oct 23, 2011 Ian Hewitt rated it it was ok
"The emperor's weapon was no flimsy ceremonial blade, but a standard cavalry saber, deeply curved and well-oiled. Only the ornate golden hilt and egg-sized ruby in the pommel distinguished it from an ordinary sword.

"Down you worthless dogs!" Ackal bellowed, and the Wolves kicked the prisoner's legs out from under them. The hooded men fell hard to the ancient mosaic pavement. At the emperor's command, the hoods were removed..."By the law of my illustrious predecessor, Ackal Dermount, I sentence y
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Kyle K
Aug 28, 2015 Kyle K rated it it was amazing
The epic rise of the farm boy Tol to the heights of the Ergothan Palace concludes.
Dwayne Tan
Oct 22, 2015 Dwayne Tan rated it it was ok
Not as good as the second book. The antagonist wasn't as great a threat and the "war" between the opposing sides was diluted by fence sitters. The pay off was weak since Val took it into her own hands anyway.
Daniel
Dec 21, 2012 Daniel rated it it was amazing
Nice finish to the series, and a real pleasure to read.
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