Brother of the Dragon: The Barbarians, Book 2 [NOOK Book]

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On the ancient plains of Krynn arise new perils.

The village of Yala-tene is flourishing. Twelve years of peace and plenty have allowed the little settlement to grow into a thriving town. But its peace is threatened--from within by an ambitious priest of the dragon cult, and from without by a savage horde of warriors, bent on conquest. Against this array of evil, Chief Amero...
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Brother of the Dragon: The Barbarians, Book 2

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Overview

On the ancient plains of Krynn arise new perils.

The village of Yala-tene is flourishing. Twelve years of peace and plenty have allowed the little settlement to grow into a thriving town. But its peace is threatened--from within by an ambitious priest of the dragon cult, and from without by a savage horde of warriors, bent on conquest. Against this array of evil, Chief Amero and the bronze dragon Duranix strive to hold the fragile threads of civilization together.

Best-selling writing team Thompson and Cook return to the world of Dragonlance in the second book of the epic Barbarians trilogy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786963447
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 7/10/2012
  • Series: Barbarians
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 902,825
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2002

    Brother of the Dragon

    ¿Brother of the Dragon¿ is the 2nd book in the Barbarians trilogy. It¿s 12 years after the formation of Yale-tene and we find the village now a thriving town. I must get this off my chest¿I hate Tiphan! Ok, this book is even better then the first. Duranix and Amero are practically brothers the way they share their lives. The evil dragon Sthenn mentioned in the first book is used more by the author and is more of a threat to Duranix. The final few chapters comprise one of the greatest dragon battles I¿ve seen in a Dragonlance book. The end leaves everything hanging with no answers, the wait for the 3rd book is torture. This book is even better then the 1st.

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