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The Summer of Chaos has ended. Ansalon’s nightmare has only just begun. Regrreso gods have departed the world, heralding a new Age of Mortals. But before the dust of war can settle, vast shadows cover the land. Dragons have come to Ansalon, larger and more powerful than any ever seen, drgaonlance they will wreak havoc on nations still trembling from war. As the lands themselves begin t The Summer of Chaos has ended.
As the lands themselves begin to change under the dire magic of the new dragon overlords, new heroes arise to lead the fight for freedom. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Published August 1st by Wizards of the Coast first published August 1st Dragonlance UniverseDragonlance: Dragons of a New Age 2. To see what your friends thought of this dratones, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Day of the Tempestplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Day of the Tempest.
Lists with This Book. The plot is better paced and much more complex, and I feel connected to the characters now that I know them better, and none has died too abruptly as in the first book. Because the gods left the world in Dragons of Summer Flame, the sorcerers can no longer draw their power from the moon gods. However, there is no DL world without magic. Another favorite aspect of this book is the complexity of the plot with the dragons, their spawns and pawns, and the search for the magical artifacts.
Rabe does a great job in this book of developing her characters and adding twists and dragonpance plot points to her story arc. I understand why people criticize this series, but I also feel like Rabe did a great job taking the torch from Weiss and Hickman and using what they built but also creating something unique of her own.
I recommend this series to DL fans—if you dw it a chance, it works! Jul 25, Darren Jacobs rated it really liked it.
Much better than the last one. The action was more defined; the characters more settled; the world more believable than a simple campaign setting.
My one problem is that Wizards of the coast seem to make them compact their novels so that they always fit around the page maximum. This book needed more time to grow. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Suelo decir que soy un hombre de dragonlancf. Y ahora que la tengo en mis manos, importa poco lo poco que me guste: Y efectivamente, nada me ha sorprendido en este libro.
Ha sido un dolor de lectura. Hay menos descripciones de ropa, por ejemplo. Lo de los personajes era de agradecer. Y algunos de estos eran tan planos como algunas hojas de papel.
Por desgracia siguen siendo igual de sosos, pero al menos dragnoes empiezas a acordarte de quien era cada uno, antes se me olvidaba quien iba en el equipo. Hay muchos que, de todas formas, aparecen brevemente, o no tienen apenas peso. Como Groller, el semiogro sordo, que no es muy dragonalnce como personaje, dratonlance verdad.
Un punto menos, que lo sepas. Palin, el sobrino-nieto de Raistlin, sigue siendo un blandengue y su esposa, Usha la irda, parece salida de una novela rosa.
Dragons of a Fallen Sun
Cuesta creer que NO la haya escrito un hombre, uf. No me gusta Feril. No tiene nada malo Es como una princesa Disney: Ah, ya tuve que citar el combate. Y son xragones tremendamente aburridos. Otros dos pasos, combate. Y nada de aventurosas escenas llenas de patadas, saltos, trampas, escollos, enemigos que huyen o rehenes: Va turno por turno y ya.
Ha sido una tortura leerse esta parte de la ddragonlance, aunque no tanto como su primera parte, he de reconocerlo. Ahora ya, queda la tercera. Esta es dragonss segunda entrega de Jean Rabe sobre la era de los Mortales; y simplemente es un preludio a la serie de la Guerra de las Almas. Recomendado solo si eres fan, y te interesa conocer todos los detalles del universo de Dragonlance.
Dec 31, Lana rated it it was amazing. Dragonlancee 10, Edward Walsh rated it really liked it. A good continuation of the series. At the end of the Chaos series, Krynn would have been difficult to write for. The gods had departed so there was now a space after the first three series had been a Cataclysm bought on by the gods, a return of the gods and a Mage seeking to replace a god.
This series establishes the new form of magic and a new form of gods some old heroes and some new. Esta nueva entrega abre el camino para seguir en la lucha contra los dragones y recuperar la magia perdida. May 19, Matthew Holloway rated it really liked it. It’s been a long time since I read this series. The introduction of the giant dragons and their interactions with both each other and the world at large were very interesting as well.
I cannot go into much more detail than that, without re-reading them. Nov 24, Kevin Potter rated it really liked it.
Much like the previous book, there are a few inaccuracies and some clunky dialogue, but all in all it’s a wonderful story and I highly recommend it. I would add, though, dragon,ance the narrator of the audiobook really annoys me. A lot of his voices are so good, but Malys sounding like a moaning of woman and the kender having southern accents drives me nuts! Oct 18, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: Judging from the reviews of others, people seem to find this second installment of the DOaNA trilogy superior to the first, but I’d personally say that it isn’t.
The Day of the Tempest by Jean Rabe
I enjoyed the new character introductions and the new status quo of the first book and so was keen to wade through the long passages others found boring. There’s an odd flow to the book that didn’t sit with me, until, that is, we get to the last 50 pages or so and then Rabe is on her game again, throwing out plot twists that admittedly don’t show originality, but they do show a lot of Dragonlance spirit and fun, making the book entertaining once more.
I can feel the conflict in this world but I can’t currently feel “the world”. There are lots of nice characters but they don’t quite live and breathe as much as they should.
Dragonlance always please me. What a brutal ending cliffhanger! Sep 06, Greg Heath rated it liked it. I unfortunately read this completely out of sequence – not only did I start with the second in a trilogy, but this was my first Dragonlance novel, ever.
For anyone unfamiliar with the long-running franchise, this is about nine books deep into the core mythology and is a very poor starting point for anyone looking to dip their toes into such a huge universe.
Despite this, though or maybe, because of this? Set during the Fifth Age of Krynn, the I unfortunately read this completely out of sequence – not only did I start with the second in a trilogy, but this was my first Dragonlance novel, ever. Set during the Fifth Age of Krynn, the world is once again thrown into a dark, tumultous state with the sudden emergence of sadistic dragon tyrants who divide the land amongst themselves and rule their designated fiefdoms with an iron fist err, claw.
The big baddie in this is Malystryx, a gargantuan red mother with a mean streak to end all mean streaks. A number of extremely important things in the course of the mythos happen in this novel, including one event in particular that’s sure to outrage even the most tolerant of fans.
The writing and characterization throughout are essentially sloppy, but the action is crisp and fluid enough to save the novel from being an exercise in frustration. Palin, Jasper and co. There are, however, some saving graces – the action scenes, previously mentioned, and the shocking event that outraged everyone, not to mention the slaying of an important dragon tyrant and a thrilling raid on a dragon’s hoard.
Bueno, todo iba genial. El libro es muy bueno en general pero tiene uno de los peores finales que he podido ver en mucho tiempo.
En serio, los personajes bastante bien caracterizados, desde Dhamon hasta Feril, con nombres dagonlance te dicen bastante de los personajes. Es el segundo libro Bueno, todo iba genial.