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The Eve of the Maelstrom: Dragons of a New Age, Volume Three (udgave 2002)

af Jean Rabe (Forfatter)

Serier: Dragons of a New Age (3), The Night of the Dragonlance (6), Dragonlance - chronological {shared universe} ((Dhamon Saga/ Dragons of a New Age 3) 416 AC (33 SC))

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As the dragon overlords Malystryx and Kellendros fight each other for dominance, a group of heroes, human and otherwise, struggles to free their devastated lands from the dragons' control. Reissue.
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Titel:The Eve of the Maelstrom: Dragons of a New Age, Volume Three
Forfattere:Jean Rabe (Forfatter)
Info:Wizards of the Coast (2002), 320 pages
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Crap. AND, after finishing these three miserable books I had NO resolution. Basically, if you want to know what happens you have to read the next three! I don't want to know that bad. ( )
  Amelia1989 | Jun 10, 2019 |
Crap. AND, after finishing these three miserable books I had NO resolution. Basically, if you want to know what happens you have to read the next three! I don't want to know that bad. ( )
  Ameliapei | Apr 18, 2013 |
I am happy to report that this series turned out much better than my comments above for the first book would have led me to believe. The romance novel stuff was put on hold for a final gush at the end. That sounded dirty. The characters were a bit TOO heroic, but looking back, that's often the case with D&D novels and is part of the reason why many fantasy readers dislike them. You have to be at least part gamer to fully enjoy them. Rig the mariner especially was a tad over the top. He always seemed to have more daggers to throw and only missed four throws in the entire series. Three were at dragons and his dagwoods bounced off (that's local game parlance). My biggest complaint is that I have never read a book of any genre where the characters were as constantly concerned with their clothes. Constantly ruining their shirts and trying to find new ones. Oh yeah, getting mauled and stung by a wyvern is pretty bad in the D&D Monster Manual rules, but apparently in this book you can be stung and it's no big deal. "I'm hot, I'm cold, I'm hot again, I'm unconscious, I'm awake and cutting my bonds right in front of my captors as I talk to him (or it)." No way. Wyverns are pseudo-dragons that have a huge scorpion stinger on their tail, by the way. Also, the dragons are very passive throughout the book and pass up a few opportunities to slay the characters in the book, which I suppose would make for a pretty short trilogy, but there has to be a reason why a dragon would pass over their enemy other than apathy.

The other issue is that there is really no dramatic conclusion. I had previously started the Weis & Hickman trilogy that follows this one and was thoroughly confused after chapter one. If I had continued on to chapter two, I would have been much less confused as there is a nice summary, cleverly disguised as a short chapter recapping the results of a massive magical storm that wracked Krynn. This Fifth Age trilogy by Jean Rabe basically fills the thirty some year gap between the end of Dragons of Summer Flame and W&H's final DragonLance trilogy. It basically sets the stage for the dragon overlords and their decision to stop feuding with each other and be happy each ruling their corner of a thoroughly dominated world, which leads up to W&H's War of Souls Trilogy. All in all, Rabe did a fair job with these books, not great, but OK. ( )
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