Dungeons & Dragons have produced a lot of merchandise throughout the years, but their masterpiece is the Dragonlance series, a series of magic and adventure. Continue reading Dragonlance: D&D’s Masterpiece
By Cynthia Ayala
Hey there avid readers! So the interactive book of the month poll seemed to really work so I’m going to keep doing it. Here are the choices for March. You can vote however you like by judging the book cover or by judging the synopsis or your anticipation of the novel. However you want to vote just vote and spread the word.
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By: Cynthia A.
Looking to get hooked into Fantasy novels? Wondering what all the hype is about? Where here are 5 books that are sure to ensnare any reader into the fantasy series.
This book was good but it simply wasn’t as good as the previous novels. It’s not that the writing was bad but the story was a but dull. It wasn’t as awesome as it should be for a final novel. Don’t get me wrong, it had it’s funny moments and the ending was such a great ending, but over all, the book was a bit … Continue reading Shadow of the Flame (Taladas Trilogy: Book 3)
I love the DragonLance novels. You know the books that are akin to Forgotten Realms and Magic the Gathering. Although, if you go into a bookstore nowadays, you wouldn’t believe that they used to be so big. The DragonLance novels used to span to bookcases. It used to be the place I would run to when I entered a bookstore. Science Fiction-Fantasy, yeah, that was … Continue reading Oh DragonLance, where are you hiding?
Hmm, this was an okay book I have to say. It wasn’t as good as book one, I feel as though it was a filler. However that ending was so unexpected, I did not see that coming. Although I think, in hindsight I should have expected it. But I didn’t. I think the first half the book was a bit boring but the second half … Continue reading Trail of the Black Wyrm (Taladas Trilogy: Book 2
Good book. I miss DragonLance novels. Anyway I love the way Chris Pierson paints a story, he captures who the characters are in not just what they say or think but in the way they act, even when they have no control over the way that they act. I quite love it, I think that’s what I loved the most of this novel. The very … Continue reading Blades of the Tiger (The Taladas Trilogy: Book 1)
I loved this book just as much as I did the first time around. It is a great and masterful story that sucked me in all over again. There are however, a few mishaps I found. Big mishaps, but you only notice them if you read the tie in novel Dragons of the Dwarven Depths. All in all though, Margret Weis and Tracy Hickman and … Continue reading Dragons of Winter Night (Chronicles Vol. 2)
I loved this book! There was so much here, the story was great, all the little hints and pokes at things that have happened in books that take place after this but were published before were greatly written and told. I loved this book. Sucked me in all over again and made me fall in love with all the characters again (except Sturm). I loved … Continue reading Dragons of the Dwarven Depths (Lost Chronicles Vol. 1)
You need to read this book. There is no if and’s or but’s about it. Read it! This book will suck you into the entire Dragon lance series, that I promise you. It did it to me and I wasn’t that interested in the series to begin with, I basically picked up the book because I was bored and now I have almost every DragonLance … Continue reading Dragons of Autumn Twilight (Chronicles Vol. 1)