Dragonlance - Dragons of Summer Flame (Chronicles #4)

Dragonlance - Dragons of Summer Flame (Chronicles #4)

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by Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman, Larry Elmore
     
 

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A re-release of Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's first New York Times bestseller.

This is a new paperback edition of Dragonlance co-creators Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's first hardcover New York Times bestseller is the direct prequel to the current War of Souls trilogy. This edition features a new cover design that ties into the recent re-releases of other

Overview

A re-release of Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's first New York Times bestseller.

This is a new paperback edition of Dragonlance co-creators Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman's first hardcover New York Times bestseller is the direct prequel to the current War of Souls trilogy. This edition features a new cover design that ties into the recent re-releases of other core Dragonlance titles.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786927081
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
02/28/2002
Series:
Dragonlance Chronicles Series , #4
Pages:
608
Sales rank:
116,523
Product dimensions:
6.88(w) x 10.90(h) x 1.60(d)

Meet the Author

In 1983, when Tracy Hickman was driving across country to start a new job at TSR, Inc. as a game designer, he conceived of a world in which dragons would play a big part. That world became the Dragonlance campaign setting and helped launch Hickman’s career as a major voice in fantasy fiction. He has also written, in collaboration with Margaret Weis, the Darksword series and the Death Gate Cycle, is the designer of the game setting Starshield, and is the author of The Immortals. In his spare time — not that he has much — he lives in Utah with his wife, two daughters, and two sons.

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Dragonlance: Dragons of Summer Flame (Chronicles #4) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 80 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Tanis and the gang continue on their adventures, adding a few new characters with Steel and Palin. The Irda begin to start tampering with a small egg-like item. Completely unaware what is hidden inside the grey-stone, they unleash a power so great even the enhanced magic of the Irda can't withstand it. Chaos, now released from his prison, begins to wreak havoc on Krynn. Tanis and his friends must now fight for the very survival of their world. Tas comes out in one of the major roles, while most of the other main characters sorta sank into the background, allowing new characters to emmerge and really shine forth. This book is an exciting finale to the Chronicles Epic. I give this book an A+. A stimulating read.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Kiss your hand three ties post this on three other books then look under ur pillow
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Love this series!
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interesting enough... But not really spectacularly suspenseful until the end. It doesn't hold a five-star place among the other Chronicles or the Twins Trilogy; but engaging nonetheless; especially if you want to read how some of the Companions deaths occur.
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I love envy from fullmetal alchemist!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the third book i thought Tanis Caroman the barbarians and Tika died in the malestrom. Other than that the firt three are phenominal and i would like to read the fourth one. The biggest turn off though is that when u first meet Kitiara as a main character she is a dragon high lord serving under the darkness of the queen of Evil. Th best part is when paladine takes flint through space to his "rest". I really got excited when the good dragons came out to fight the Evil dragons and beat them. All in the first three are a must read. I'll come back with a review on the fourth one later. Bye!!!!
johninCO More than 1 year ago
I struggled with this entire book. It felt like a goofy plot, terrible ending, and young Brightblade made me want to punch him in the nose most of the book. It just felt forced. Unless you're desperate for some Dragonlance - I'd leave this one alone
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I thin usha is raistlins daughter because in the second generation in the part called raistlins daughtet Ambdryel ( i may have misspelled her name ) the irada ha silver hair an so does usha and usha also has golden eyes like raistlin also the protecter mentiond a sister he had lost in his message to dalamar and splovhed out whatever he wrote about her and at the end of raistlins daughter when ambdryel died there were two men who came for her and one of them mentioned that she was his sister and i think that this was the protecter and that his sister and ambdryel are one and the same person and is ushas mother and that when raistlin told usha about her human parents that he lied to her for whatever reason ( that said reason being open for interpritation ) please respond to this comment i would like to hear your opinions on this
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Bye. Igtgtoo. Cu2morrow. Curled up next to him on the floor her wings covering her like a blanket and she fell asleep.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I first read this book when i was about 11 years old. It is the exact book which got me hooked on fantasy and the dragonlance series. I read it again about a year ago so i cant remember too much but i know that when action starts happening, it doesnt stop and all of a sudden youre at the end saying wow. I love this book and it holds a special place in my heart.
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