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The War of the Lance (DragonLance: Tales II, #3)
The War Years...

The world of Krynn is caught in the grips of a terrible war between the minions of Takhisis, Queen of Darkness, and the followers of Paladine and the gods of good. Dragons, both foul…
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Between Earth and Sky!
The name Guerrand DiThon has been cursed by his family since the day he disappeaered. When a mysterious plague strikes their beleaguered village, Guerrand's name is invoked aga…
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Fistandantilus Reborn (Dragonlance: Lost Legends, #2; Forgotten Realms: Lost Gods, #2)
A Lost Gods Book

Emilo Haversack is unusually worried for a kender -- though he can't for the life of him remember what his problem is. Still, he's been wandering across Ansalon for quite some time, t…
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Hammer and Axe (Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, #2)
When the humans of Ergoth threaten Thorbardin, the clans of Thorbardin are drawn into territorial wars between humans and elves. Original.
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Before the Mask (Dragonlance: Villains, #1)
Spare the Rod

In the bleak Khalkist Mountains, on a stormy winter night, a child is born amid hard words, ill will, and the ominous prophecy of a druidess. Young Verminaard grows up unlovely and unlov…
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Lord Toede (Dragonlance: Villains #5)
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A Fiendish Bet

In the depths of the Abyss, the domain of Takhisis, two dark powers argue over the nature of true nobility. To see if the ignoble can be made noble, they return one of their evil-hearte…
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Dalamar the Dark (Dragonlance: Classics, #2)
A talent for magic runs like fire through the blood of Dalamar Argent. Yet he is only a servant in the house of an elvish lord, not worthy of the High Art of Sorcery and denied all but the most grudg…
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Knights of the Sword (Dragonlance: The Warriors, #3)
The greatest order of chivalry in the history of Krynn.

After a knight has achieved the Order of the Crown, he must then begin his training in the virtues of courage and heroism in order to achieve th…
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Tears of the Night Sky (Dragonlance: Chaos War, #2)
A journey into peril.

Crysania, high priestess of the Temple of Paladine, is blind to the beauty of the world but not to the joy of her faith. Lately, though, her communion with the god of light has b…
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The Day of the Tempest (Dragonlance: Dragons of a New Age, #2)
The Summer of Chaos has ended.
Ansalon's nightmare has only just begun. The gods have departed the world, heralding a new Age of Mortals. But before the dust of war can settle, vast shadows cover the…
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Dark Thane (Dragonlance: The Age of Mortals, #3)
The latest title in a series based on characters from the best-selling War of Souls trilogy.
This title is the next in the series that explores the lives of key characters from Margaret Weis & Tr…
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Legacy of Steel (Dragonlance: Bridges of Time, #2)
Three years after the Summer of Chaos, Sara Dunstan, adoptive mother of Steel Brightblade, hears rumors that the Knights of Takhisis are regathering in the evil city of Neraka. Although still branded…
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Dark Heart (Dragonlance: Meetings Sextet, #3)
At long last, the story of the beautiful dark-hearted Kitiara Uth Matar. This compelling novel tells the story of the birth of her twin brothers, the warrior Caramon and the frail mage Rais…
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Hederick the Theocrat (Dragonlance: Villains, #4)
Hederick, leader of the Seeker religion in Solace and self-ordained conscience of Krynn, embarks on a terrifying inquisition that threatens all who follow magic and the true gods and allows the force…
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The Citadel (Dragonlance: Classics, #3)
Flying citadels bring unbridled power and threaten to destroy all of Krynn. A lone commander sets into motion a pact with a dark mage who has devised the ultimate fortress, imbued with power that has…
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Dezra's Quest (Dragonlance: Bridges of Time, #5)
Darken Wood . . . even the name brings dread to humans. But it is home to Ansalon's centaur tribes, where they have dwelt for ages in peace under the Forestmaster's watchful eye.
Now, ten years after…
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