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Prisoner of Haven by Nancy Varian Berberick
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Apr 26, 08

bookshelves: 2008, dragonlance, fiction, fantasy, series
Read in April, 2008

Dezra and Usha Majere are in Haven when dark knights takes control of the city and are forced to stay much longer than planned because the conquering force closes the gates. This forces the women to act in two different ways: Dezra joins an underground society trying to help people leave Haven and Usha settles down as a painter to earn her own living and because of this, she meets up with one of the city's leading men, both in regards to power and money. But even though the two paths seems very distant from each other, it turns out that they are very close indeed and suddenly, danger lures everywhere and nobody knows who to trust.
Although I enjoyed my stay in the Dragonlance world as always, this book was a little disappointing to me. Nancy Varian Berberick is another of my favourite Dragonlance authors but this book didn't quite do it for me. I only felt it really picked up the pace in the last 100 pages - and those pages were good, but that's not enough... - but they did change the book's score from 2 to 3 stars.

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message 1: by Henrik (new)

Henrik Doesn't exactly sound like the greatest book in that world...

It's likely I'll begin reading Lost Chronicles in a day or two:-)

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