Dragon's Bluff: Crossroads [NOOK Book]

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The Crossroads Series explores previously undescribed areas of the Dragonlance world. Dragonlance fans eagerly await detailed information on any area of their favorite fantasy world.

The port town of Flotsam has always been left to handle its own problems, neither asking for nor wanting help from the rest of Krynn. That is, until the young mage Ulin Majere and his traveling companion are summoned there to identify a murder victim. They quickly...
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Dragon's Bluff: Crossroads

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Overview

The Crossroads Series explores previously undescribed areas of the Dragonlance world. Dragonlance fans eagerly await detailed information on any area of their favorite fantasy world.

The port town of Flotsam has always been left to handle its own problems, neither asking for nor wanting help from the rest of Krynn. That is, until the young mage Ulin Majere and his traveling companion are summoned there to identify a murder victim. They quickly discover there is more to the rough seaport than just one dead body, including cagey thieves, failing magic, the Knights of Neraka, and a very greedy, very deadly red dragon.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786964895
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 5/21/2013
  • Series: Crossroads
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 911,135
  • File size: 4 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2002

    Dragon's Bluff

    ¿Dragon¿s Bluff¿ is the 3rd book that came out in the Crossroads series. The author did not spend much time on character development. There is also not much detail of situations. Once the characters were developed (toward the end), it got really interesting. It's almost as if the author is bored with her story but not quite that bad. The story is about the widower son of Palin and Usha Majere, Ulin. It has been a while since the deaths of his family and is now betrothed to Lucy. She is a friend who also studied at Palin's Academy of Sorcery in Solace. Lucy is summoned by the city council of Flotsam to identify a body that 'may be' her rogue father. Lucy accepts the offer. She's going to marry a Majere and feels she has to 'make a name for herself.' It's just not as good as it could have been. You do get to know Ulin better than you have in any other book. And it helps hint on how the Dragons operate during this time period on Krynn. In case you were wondering this book takes place sometime during the War of Souls. You know because Ulin has trouble throughout the book with his magic working.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2001

    Slow, but not bad.

    The author did not spend much time on character development. You spend a lot of time waiting for physical descriptions of the characters. There is also not much detail of situations. Once the characters were developed (toward the end), it got really interesting. It's almost as if the author is bored with her story. The story is about the widower son of Palin and Usha Majere, Ulin. It has been a while since the deaths of his family and is now betrothed to Lucy. She is a friend who also studied and Palin's Academy of Sorcery in Solace. Lucy is summoned by the people of Flotsam to identify a body that 'may be' her rogue father. Lucy accepts the offer. She's going to marry a Majere and feels she has to 'make a name for herself.'

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