War of the Twins #2020

War of the Twins Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman War of the Twins One hundred years have passed since the fiery Cataclysm that changed the face of Krynn forever For one hundred years the people of Krynn have struggled to survive But for some those one hundred year

  • Title: War of the Twins
  • Author: Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman
  • ISBN: 9780786932177
  • Page: 460
  • Format: Hardcover
  • War of the Twins Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman One hundred years have passed since the fiery Cataclysm that changed the face of Krynn forever For one hundred years, the people of Krynn have struggled to survive.But for some, those one hundred years have passed in the blink of an eye.Catapulted forward in time by Raistlin s powerful magic, Caramon and Crysania find themselves aiding the mage s unholy quest to master thOne hundred years have passed since the fiery Cataclysm that changed the face of Krynn forever For one hundred years, the people of Krynn have struggled to survive.But for some, those one hundred years have passed in the blink of an eye.Catapulted forward in time by Raistlin s powerful magic, Caramon and Crysania find themselves aiding the mage s unholy quest to master the Queen of Darkness To his dismay, Raistlin discovers along the way that the annals of time are not so easily bent to his will.Neither are the longings of his heart.
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    1. There is a problem with DragonLance books They feel amazingly good as long as you re captivated enough to actually enjoy them But when you no longer enjoy them, all the huge flaws come crashing down on you.Nothing about this series is particularly great It is, however, a wonderful and enchanting series when it actually works And sometimes, it simply doesn t.War of the Twins is by far the weakest DragonLance book I have read so far And yet I m as excited as ever to read the next one.

    2. I will concede these points 1 there is some pretty shabby writing in War of the Twins 2 the Tasslehoff Burrfoot, beloved Kender, becomes like a cliched high school girl, the insufferable he becomes 3 it s hard to swallow that Raistlin would make the mistakes he makes 4 so much evil is done by the supposedly good characters without any recognition that their acts are evil that I am fairly certain that what I love about the book is not intended by the authors 5 the authors have a silly conceptio [...]

    3. OK, I know I had read this book and the entire Legends trilogy back when they first came out 30 years ago view spoiler I am old hide spoiler , but to be completely honest, I didn t remember anything about this book when I started reading it.And, now having finished it, I think that s because, for better or for worse, it was a quintessential middle novel of a trilogy.At the end of Time of the Twins the first volume , Caramon, Raistlin and Crysania, after having traveled 300 years into the past, h [...]

    4. I was a big Dragonlance fan in my teens and decided to re read Legends recently mainly out of nostalgia While the books still have a certain entertainment value it s hard not to notice their many flaws not least the underdeveloped characters Crysania and the serious plot holes.SPOILERS The main problem I had re reading the book is that s its difficult to reconcile Raistlin s supposed cunning intelligence with the major mistakes he makes in executing his plan The problem is a character can only e [...]

    5. This book came to me as a birthday present, from two very good friends who had never read any of the series They just knew that a I m a twin and b I love dragons What they DIDN T realize was that this was the second in this particular storyline, and since I d never read any of the other Dragonlance books I ended up jumping in with no prior knowledge of the characters, or the world, or the story And you know what It worked perfectly The characters were so wonderfully written that I ended up falli [...]

    6. Sequels are rarely as goos as the original The Legends trilogy is actually better than the original Raistlin is one of my all time favourite characters and I know I m not alone here The relationship between the brothers is heart wretching If you love fantasy and have not read this book yet do it now Classic.

    7. delivreenlivres 20J ai vraiment ador ce tome, bien plus que le pr c dent La confrontation des deux fr res bat son plein et r sultat ce tome tait vraiment charg motionnellement Nos h ros si on veut ont r chapp tant bien que mal aux v nements de la fin du tome pr c dent Les voici la prochaine tape du combat de Raistlin contre la Reine des t n bres 100 ann es se sont coul e depuis la d vastation, le monde est en proie au chaos, chacun cherchant survivre dans son coin.Leur but est de trouver le port [...]

    8. War of the Twins is the second book of Dragonlance Legends series, which was written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman in 1986.It is interesting to read a book which was written nearly 30 years ago and it is still a popular book among fantasy fiction readers.After reading some Forgotten Realms novel, reading a Dragonlance novel is really interesting Dragonlance world is epic in style Ok there are few characters and we are mostly reading similar characters and seeing similar places in Dragonlan [...]

    9. War of the twins brings the Legends series proves once again that the quality is so even among the books it deserves mention for that alone.Raistlin and Caramon each come into power and their long troubled relationship as brothers diverts to a bitter rivalry, toward redemption through wisdom and mutual understanding Paladine plays a subtly supervisory role in things as always, and Tasselhoff is as singular in manifestation as ever.

    10. What a great middle book Rather than lagging in action, the action builds incrementally until the very strong climax at the end I can t wait to read the final book in this trilogy Weiss and Hickman are masters at character building and world building at the same time so that neither characters nor setting suffers It s unbelievable how deftly they move from place to place and time to time with such detail I ve now read seven Dragonlance books and am nowhere near tired of this world.

    11. Weis ve Hickman ayakta alk lamak istiyorum, muhte em Heyecan m bir an bile ge medi okurken, serinin di er kitaplar nda oldu u gibi bunda da kahkaha da att m, a lad m da Karakter geli imi a s ndan harika detaylar vard , hikayedeki metaforlar, g ndermeler hepsi muhte emdi ok ook sevdim

    12. nceki kitab yla birebir ayn k vamda Epik sona do ru hikaye haz rlanmaya devam ediliyor.Ejderha m zra serisinin olay rg lerine g venimi kaybedeli ok oldu fakat hala tutunacak birka karakter ve onlar n geli imleri var.

    13. Another amazing Dragonlance story, exactly like its predecessor The first book made me have great expectations about the sequel, and I am happy to say that these expectations were fully met The action scenes and the general plot kept being interesting, the comic interludes were really cute, and the descriptions vivid and well written There were scenes that made me feel awe, there were others that had me at the edge of my seat, and others that made me incredibly sad However, ok, there were also p [...]

    14. Raistlin is set on a path not of his own choosing Who is he, Raistlin or Fistandalus and not even his own brother is certain After his confrontation with Fistandalus not even Raistlin is certain who won for Fistandalus was renown for taking bodies of younger men to house his evil soul This is magnificently written as Raistlin is forced to follow Fistandalus footsteps going to a doom that will end in his own death He is convinced he knows better though and will not let Cameron dissuade him from t [...]

    15. When it s good, it s great But at its weakest I could name quite a few things where some rewriting might have worked Sometimes scenes cross the line between heartwrenching and overly sentimental Raistlin did not always seem convincing to me when entirely evil The plot struck me as so ambitious that some mistakes are bound to happen.This said the 4 stars are earned in my opinion There is something very moving in the complex relationships in this book Many a time I caught myself looking up from th [...]

    16. I really enjoyed this book, it brought to light a side of the characters involved that you just don t get from the Dragonlance Chronicles trilogy It really shows the lengths that Raistlin is willing to go to in order to achieve his goals, the leader that Caramon could have been if he hadn t spent so many years coddling his twin, and how Tas always seems to mess things up in the best way possible to save the day anyway The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I thought the ending [...]

    17. When I was a teenager and the quest to read every available Dragonlance novel was fresh on my mind, I read this book I loved Caramon and Raistlin from the very first page of the Dragonlance saga that I ever read, so reading this series was very important to me.It was full of actions, full of intrigue, and full of adventure, but it left me with many questions and newly formed opinions.My biggest question was how can Raistlin make as many mistakes as he does It s a continual thing, and it is begin [...]

    18. Having travelled into the past, the brothers are bound together in an uneasy alliance the difficulties of their relationship forming the underlying theme of the book Delving deeply into the characters of each of the protagonists but never letting up on the action, this is another captivating instalment in the Dragonlance Legends series.

    19. Dragonlance Legends is actually a good series And that s weird, because game inspired books do tend to suck big time I give most credit for complexity of Raistlin s character and for the fact that Caramon suffers from PTSD And that s just great, because too often fantasy heroes tend to be completely immune to distress and we know that human mind doesn t work that way.

    20. Started slow with long scenes in the dark, but the character s grew so much and the characterizations were sooo deep throughout the whole book that it made the journey worthwhile Loved the first hand look at the Dwarven nations and some of the heroes mentioned in the first trilogy Again, this book adds so much to the saga

    21. OK so much happens in this story It was slow starting but entertaining once Tas left the Abyss Caramon is back to himself and has been completely severed from Raist and we see what Raist is truly capable of.

    22. Very dynamic and emotionally charged book as main character feelings are torn between logical thing and love for family All this is spiced with epic battles, betrayals and old friends newly found.

    23. NB Same review on each entry in the series Mild spoilers For folks of my generation the two epic Dragonlance Sagas, Chronicles and Legends respectively, were an essential gateway into fantasy literature, in many ways as essential then as Harry Potter was 10 years ago and similarly as critic proof That Dragonlance spin off novels continued to be published like clockwork for the following 20 years is all the proof needed that Weis and Hickman had captured the imagination of a profitable market, an [...]

    24. This story ends in just as exciting manner as the first Legends volume the world is in turmoil and many people dying during a significant point in history Here we see further character development as the characters face challenges Caramon continues to develop his skills and become independent of his brother By far, Caramon seems to develop the most In the first volume he cleared his head and became physically strong Here he builds ties with others and functions as a general for a large army Tho [...]

    25. Continuando con Leyendas de la Dragonlance, en general me ha gustado bastante, dado que Dragonlance es de mis universos favoritos, y por tanto, tengo ganas de terminar esta trilog a Aunque le he puesto una buena nota, porque lo he devorado con muchas ganas, la historia me ha atrapado, un buen ritmo y tiene todo lo esperado, sin embargo, lo siento como un libro muy de transici n hacia el final de la trilog a, en el que parece que todo va avocado hacia el siguiente libro Puedo decir que tiene vari [...]

    26. the cataclysm has struck and we move to a further future that is still the past the dwarfgate wars are fought again but this time history can be changedmalevolent evil torments our characters and revelations long past due come to the light the second part of the trilogy is even high level than the first and we are dealing with god like powers but human frailties and emotions are still strong the book ends with a cataclysmic and dramatic scene that leaves us in doubt what to expect

    27. An interesting furthering development of the plot, and a better exploration of the difference between the consequentialist school of ethical thought and deontilogical,though you need to keep this difference in mind before beginning this exploration.

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