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The Dragonstone (Mithgar, Bk 1)
The Dragonstone - Mithgar, Bk 1
Author: Dennis L. McKiernan
Arin's visions come to her unbidden, summoned by the campfires into which she stares long into the night. They are flashes of things long past - or yet to come. But never before has she had a vision of such horror, suffering, bloodshed...of riving hordes and raging Dragons. It is a terrifying window onto the most terrible of wars, a conflagr...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780451454560
ISBN-10: 0451454561
Publication Date: 9/1/1997
Pages: 576
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Roc
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 1
This was an excellent story of the adventure of a group of travelers off to save the world from misery and destruction. There is an thread woven in about whether fate is set or we have free will, and the final twist will surprise you. I liked the fact that the author does not make this seem as if the travelers were able to skip from one location to the next, but lets you know exactly how long (years) this journey takes the companions.
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Like his previous 11 fantasy novels (Caverns of Socrates, etc.), McKiernan's 12th takes readers to the world of Mithgar with a tale of a grand quest. A vision of bloody world war forces the novel's heroines, Arin, an elf of the mysterious deep woods of Dylvana, and Aiko, a female warrior, to take up an arduous mission to find the missing Dragonstone, a magical gem of immense power, before it can fall into evil hands. Their first stop is a disreputable tavern, where they seek a one-eyed man to fulfill the requirements of a riddle given to Arin in a vision. Since they find two one-eyed candidates, the local drunk and a recently wounded warrior, Arin and Aiko take both along on a roundabout journey full of danger, dragons and other morsels from the standard fantasy menu. Although there is enough detail here to satisfy readers who revel in baroquely textured fantasy worlds, McKiernan seems more interested in pairing off his characters romantically than in the quest itself
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my first dragonlance book, got my hooked in the seris
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