Sister of the Sword: The Barbarians, Book 3 [NOOK Book]

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The final book in a historical Dragonlance trilogy.

On the battle plains of Ansalon, all barbarians must band together.

Raiders, nomads, and villagers. Ogres and elves. Dragons of good and evil. These are the forces that have joined battle to decide the fate of the first primitive civilization of Krynn. ...
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Sister of the Sword: The Barbarians, Book 3

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Overview

The final book in a historical Dragonlance trilogy.

On the battle plains of Ansalon, all barbarians must band together.

Raiders, nomads, and villagers. Ogres and elves. Dragons of good and evil. These are the forces that have joined battle to decide the fate of the first primitive civilization of Krynn. At the center of this whirlwind, the long-separated siblings Amero and Nianki are reunited. But foes long gone and presumed dead also join together, seeking vengeance and destruction once and for all.

Best-selling writing team Thompson and Cook return again to the world of Dragonlance in this sweeping conclusion to the epic Barbarians trilogy.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786963461
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 12/4/2012
  • Series: Barbarians
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 645,219
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2002

    Sister of the Sword

    Well, Paul and Tonya didn¿t disappoint in the 3rd and final installment of the Barbarians Trilogy. First I must say that I was not sorry to see what happened to Tiphan in the last book. Yes! But one of his followers makes for some attention in this novel¿ And sadly succeeds. Anyway, Duranix is back with a vengeance. The book continues with some great dragon battle scenes. We even meet a new dragon! Sthenn is his same old self¿ Amero spends the entire novel protecting his village. And without Duraniz there to help will he be able to do that? Will his sister arrive in time? And what about those Jade men? Evil, cruel, but really cool? I wouldn¿t mind having them as bodyguards. And let¿s not forget the elf General. Throughout the book he and Nianki develop a grudging respect for each other. And have you ever noticed how through all of the 3 books, Amero continues to have problems melting copper to make weapons and other items? Maybe that little sub plot will be taken care of here too? In any case this book is the great finish we all expected with an unexpected incident at the end. This novel was great.

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