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Dragonlance - Amber and Ashes (Dark Disciple #1)

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Launching of the concluding trilogy

After reading the War of Souls trilogy, I was anxious to get to this book to see what becomes of Mina. I was surprised by the unexpected turn at her fortune and the new "characters" in her life. The book direction was unexpected but interesting. Admittedly, the book ...
After reading the War of Souls trilogy, I was anxious to get to this book to see what becomes of Mina. I was surprised by the unexpected turn at her fortune and the new "characters" in her life. The book direction was unexpected but interesting. Admittedly, the book does carry a little more "passion" in Mina's character that didn't do much for me. But, all in all, I enjoyed the book to continue reading how the series I've grown to thoroughly enjoy over the years concludes. It is a must read for the Dragonlance fan, and hopefully enticing at a glance for newcomers to start from the beginning in order to get to this point.

posted by PetorThird on May 10, 2009

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Let Dragon Lance go........please

I have always loved the origonal Dragonlance series, I even found the War of Souls somewhat entertaining, but this latest series is almost a punishment to read. It seems the author just went back and renamed some old characters and stuck them in a new book. There was ...
I have always loved the origonal Dragonlance series, I even found the War of Souls somewhat entertaining, but this latest series is almost a punishment to read. It seems the author just went back and renamed some old characters and stuck them in a new book. There was nothing compelling or exciting to read. The character of Mina has to be one of the most weak minded women playing at being powerful that I have ever read. The God of Death is basically a rip off from Anne Rice's Lestat character. I was truly dissapointed.

posted by Anonymous on December 13, 2004

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  • Posted May 10, 2009

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    Launching of the concluding trilogy

    After reading the War of Souls trilogy, I was anxious to get to this book to see what becomes of Mina. I was surprised by the unexpected turn at her fortune and the new "characters" in her life. The book direction was unexpected but interesting. Admittedly, the book does carry a little more "passion" in Mina's character that didn't do much for me. But, all in all, I enjoyed the book to continue reading how the series I've grown to thoroughly enjoy over the years concludes. It is a must read for the Dragonlance fan, and hopefully enticing at a glance for newcomers to start from the beginning in order to get to this point.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2005

    Off the mark, but still enjoyable

    Though not as riveting as the first with Mina, it still showed signs of promise and intrigue. It left me wanting to know what would happen next and had plenty of twists and turns. Mina seems a totally different character and it is somewhat obscure when previous characters are mentioned in obsolete manners. Why bring them back at all? Overall though, I liked it...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2005

    Worth The Read

    As this was my first book in the Dragonlance series I did find it very enjoyable. I have read several books from some well known authors that I couldn't finish because they were so borring. This one kept my intrest thru out. I'm sure there are better books in the series but I do believe it's worth the read.

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