Dragonlance - Time of the Twins (Legends #1)

Dragonlance - Time of the Twins (Legends #1)

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by Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman
     
 

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Raistlin Majere, perhaps the most powerful magic user to ever walk Krynn, has decided to challenge his most powerful enemy in a quest to become the most powerful being on Krynn. He ensnares Lady Crysania, second only to the cleric Elistan, to help him accomplish this goal. Transported back in time to the days before the Cataclysm with his brother, Caramon, and

Overview

Raistlin Majere, perhaps the most powerful magic user to ever walk Krynn, has decided to challenge his most powerful enemy in a quest to become the most powerful being on Krynn. He ensnares Lady Crysania, second only to the cleric Elistan, to help him accomplish this goal. Transported back in time to the days before the Cataclysm with his brother, Caramon, and Tasselhoff Burrfoot, the kender, the twins begin a journey in time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780613394505
Publisher:
San Val, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/28/2001
Series:
Dragonlance Legends Series , #1
Product dimensions:
4.48(w) x 7.14(h) x 1.39(d)
Age Range:
12 - 17 Years

Meet the Author

Margaret Weis is the co-author (with Tracy Hickman) of the bestselling Dragonlace Chronicles & Dragonlace Legends series, as well as the co-author (with Robert Krammes) of the Dragon Brigade trilogy of novels. She also publishes role-playing games, including major franchises such as Firefly and Smallville.

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Dragonlance: Time of the Twins (Legends #1) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 70 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Chronicles left me begging for more. 'Time of the Twins' is every bit as good. Ms. Weis and Ms. Hickman make you believe that you are thrown backwards in time with Raistlin (my favorite character), Caramon, Crysania, and even Tas to the days prior to the Cataclysm. After reading the Chronicles, I felt that this book was bringing me in touch with some old friends. That is how well the characters are described. A must read for anyone who enjoys science fiction/fantasy. You may want to read the Chronicles (listed below) first.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is good along with the other series. Tasslehoff is my favorite. 'I broke another one!'
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you are a big Raistlin fan which I am then you will really enjoy this book. When I read it,I just wanted to kill Raist but I won`t spoil it for you. You have to keep reading because it keeps you in suspense.
Guest More than 1 year ago
For all of you who are Raistlin fans, this one's killer. one of the best series i've read yet. You won't want to put it down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was a new reader to Dragonlance when I found this book. It was the first one ever I had read, and ever since, I've been hooked on this series. Now, not only did I read everyone one in this trilogy, but The Chronical Trilogy, and now into The Second Generation. The story within this one book is an instant grabber. You can be slightly confused without learning about Camaron or Raistlin at first, but hell, it's better this way. Plus, Tasselhoff Burrfoot is ultimate. :) I'd definately buy this one to have a good taste of the talent and imagination of Weis and Hickman. Once you start this one, you'll just be sucked into the series like a bad addiction.
Anonymous 19 days ago
Even after 20+ years this series is by far one of the greatest and I find myself reading it over and over again.
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I really think it is important to read Chronicles before reading Legends. I don't think you'll feel as emotionally invested in the characters otherwise. Which would be a shame. I love both Chronicles and Legends. Have read both trilogies at least 12 times over the last 20 years and I still start with Dragons of Autumn Twilight and finish with Test of the Twins. Never once have I wanted to read them out of order or skip Chronicles and go right to Legends. I guess I've always just thought of them as a 6 book set. After 20 years, and probably coming close to a thousand books read, Dragonlance is still one of my favorite series. I still have my paperback copies with the original artwork, by Larry Elmore if I remember right.
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Edraenth More than 1 year ago
This is a truly great book - nice mixture of action, magic, suspense, and intrigue. It is not necessary that you have read any of the other Dragonlance books to understand or appreciate what is going on here, by the way. Great epic fantasy read for teenagers and above; may be a bit much for younger readers.
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A one of a kind experiance weis and hickman pull it off once again
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LabRat92 More than 1 year ago
Weis and Hickman by far produced the best books of the Dragonlance universe. Chronicles and Legends are both a must read!