The third Dragonlance novel in the trilogy that launched the entire Dragonlance novel line, Dragons of Spring Dawning, has been adapted to a format specifically targeted at young readers The novel has been divided into two volumes, Hope s Flame and A Dawn of Dragons, that are sized and edited to fit the young reader market These titles contain brand new cover and interior art and finish up the release of young reader adaptations of the entire Chronicles series....
|Title||:||A Dawn of Dragons (Dragonlance: Dragonlance Chronicles Part 6)|
|Publisher||:||Mirrorstone March 1, 2004|
|Number of Pages||:||213 pages|
|File Size||:||793 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
A Dawn of Dragons (Dragonlance: Dragonlance Chronicles Part 6) Reviews
One small complaint however. With the end result being the "balance" of the gods and so forth, the end of the story didn't leave me with a feeling of balance or resolution. To have had a satisfying balance, I think for every main character fighting for "good" that died in battle, a main character fighting for "evil" should have also died. Particularly, a certain human woman who is the evil mastermind behind many of the troubles the companions endure. The death of an evil dragon highlord we barely get to know hardly compensates for the death of one of the faithful companions. Books are very sensual. Parents use caution.
The book was in pristine condition, very nice. Arrived in a very timely manner! I'm very satisfied!!!
This book is awesome. You should read the whole series. One thing bad about this is that this is the last book of the series.=(