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Dragonlance Legends by Margaret Weis

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Submitted by Jason 
(Apr 04, 2003)

Truly amazing. Just this evening I had finished M.W and T.H's Dragons of Summer Flame. I've spent time reading possibly every single Dragonlance book, and I am finished finally tonight, but my votes are for the Legends Trilogy by far. Caramon and Raistlin Majere are very unique characters, very creatively developed and brought to life. They are twins, the same, yet they could not be any more different than how they are. And the amount of sorcery and action and references to older Dragonlance books is just fantastic. Go read these three books.

Submitted by Janey 
(Dec 12, 2002)

I am revisiting these books after reading them some years ago. They are just as good as I remember! I find the attention to detail, excellant and I can't find fault with the continuity between these and the Dragonlance series.
No matter how hard I try, I can't hate Raistlin and find myself strangely drawn to him. Much the same I should imagine, as Crysania. I'm always looking for that spark of goodness in him, yet it is probably that dark side of him that makes him so appealing. I also enjoyed seeing new depth to Caramon, coming to terms with being himself, rather than just a big guy, knocking draconian heads together.

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