Darkness and Light (Dragonlance: Preludes #1)
This first in a series of Dragonlance Preludes recovers is from popular Dragonlance writing duo Thompson & Cook.
This title is the first in a series of rereleases of the popular Dragonlance Preludes series. When originally released, this title was one of the early collaborations for writing team Paul B. Thompson & Tonya C. Cook, who are now two of the most popular a...more
I wasn't a reader. My father took me to the bookstore one summer day and said that I could pick out any book to read so I picked up this one (but the old cover with the pink borders). I wasn't sure I would even read it. But once I started I couldn't stop.
That summer I must have read more than 20 Dragonlance books (thank God for used book stores!) And since then...more
DARKNESS AND LIGHT, the first in the Preludes sub-series which tells of the early life of Sturm and Kitiara - is firmly pitched as a children's adventure story. Characterisation is nil - seriously, there's no character arc or development in the entire story! Sturm and Kitiara start out as exactly the same c...more
The problem is, though the integrity of the world is pretty much respected, it destroys the reality of the world to have epic stories contained in slices of the timeline I know that are otherwise just unmentioned.
The Chronicles begin after our heroes part for five years to search for signs...more
It was terrible. Sorry, Paul, but really. Not only did it completely lack the Krynn / Dragonlance...more
I remember d&d... I always tend to play in a party of loose morals, and sharp knifes aimed at the back of other party members. Yes, we have had several Party members die due to "friendly fire" and yes, I really do mean fire. lol
So this book with the "Moral" Knight being the main character really makes me mad. I get a lot of the means, but I also completely understand t...more
Like I said, not...more