Dragões de um Crepúsculo de Outono

Drag es de um Crep sculo de Outono Anos ap s terem optado por seguir caminhos diferentes um grupo de companheiros reencontra se na sua terra natal apenas para descobrir que o mundo de Krynn mudou Rus de guerra e sombras dominam as con
  • Title: Dragões de um Crepúsculo de Outono
  • Author: Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman
  • ISBN: 9789896374907
  • Page: 498
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dragões de um Crepúsculo de Outono
    Anos ap s terem optado por seguir caminhos diferentes, um grupo de companheiros reencontra se na sua terra natal apenas para descobrir que o mundo de Krynn mudou Rus de guerra e sombras dominam as conversas de estalagem e monstros e criaturas m ticas que s existiam em lendas voltaram a ser avistados E nenhum companheiro se atreve a confidenciar os segredos que ocultAnos ap s terem optado por seguir caminhos diferentes, um grupo de companheiros reencontra se na sua terra natal apenas para descobrir que o mundo de Krynn mudou Rus de guerra e sombras dominam as conversas de estalagem e monstros e criaturas m ticas que s existiam em lendas voltaram a ser avistados E nenhum companheiro se atreve a confidenciar os segredos que oculta no cora o e que descobriu em viagens cheias de perigo.At ao dia em que um encontro ocasional com uma bela mulher, que det m em seu poder um bast o de cristal, arrasta os companheiros para o caos e muda as suas vidas para sempre Ningu m esperava que se revelassem her is Muito menos eles Mas conseguir o arranjar a for a, honra e coragem para enfrentar os Deuses da Luz e Trevas no momento em que a Guerra da Lan a est prestes a come ar
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  • Margaret Weis Tracy Hickman

    Fantasy novelist who, along with Tracy Hickman, was one of the original creators of the Dragonlance game world I ve written numerous novels and short stories set in the world of Krynn, as well as series in other, original worlds These include Darksword, Rose of the Prophet, Star of the Guardians, DeathGate, Dragonvarld, Sovereign Stone, Dragonships, and the Dragon Brigade I also wrote two paranormal romance novels, Fallen Angel and Warrior Angel, with my daughter, Elizabeth Baldwin I graduated from the University of Missouri Columbia and now live in Wisconsin with dogs, Max, Dixie, Joey the Thug and Clancy the Hooligan I am currently working on the third book in the Dragon Brigade series, the Seventh Sigil The first book is Shadow Raiders The second book is Storm Riders, coming out from Tor in July 2013 My hobby is flyball racing with my dogs, Dixie, a border collie, and two crackhead Shelties, Joey the Thug and Clancy the Hooligan I am the owner of the company, Margaret Weis Productions, publisher of RPGs Our newest project is creating the RPG for the wonderful TV series, Firefly Shiny


  • Dragonlance was the first fantasy novel series I ever read so it holds a special place in my heart The Chronicles Trilogy was the first in a series of 10 core books There are probably well over a 100 books set in the Dragonlance world but these are the ones you need to read.Chroncicles Trilogy Dragons of Autumn TwilightDragons of Winter NightDragons of Spring DawningLegends Trilogy Time of the TwinsWar of the TwinsTest of the TwinsTransitions to next generation Dragons of Summer FlameThe War of [...]

  • Hear the sage as his song descendslike heaven s rain or tears,and washes the years, the dust of the many storiesfrom the High Tale of the Dragonlance Three centuries have passed since the Cataclysm, where burning mountains fell from the sky and the gods of old abandoned their mortal worshippers When a group of adventurers come together at the Inn of the Last Home after five long years on their own, they endeavour to begin a search for what has been lost But darkness awaits them on their journey, [...]

  • Someone played a dungeons and dragons game which is based heavily on Tolkien s books and then decided to write down what their characters did and publish it And while dungeons and dragons is great fun for those playing it, everyone has had to suffer through players who labor under the mistaken impression that their adventures are just as interesting to everyone else as they are to the player So then, like, you know, this Orc came out of the weapons room but I rolled a 20 and I threw my 5 sword a [...]

  • Wow not a good wow I just read some of these reviews and ratings I have to raise my hand and be the voice of reason The public deserves this.Let s get something straight here these books are unreadable for anyone older than 15 I love fantasy and I don t have an issue with the world building or the story here In my reviews, I sometimes excuse poor writing, characterization and other literary elements when the author does other things extremely well Most novels have multiple flaws and their relati [...]

  • Disclaimer My rating is purely sentimental Dragons of Autumn Twilight is a read down the memory lane If I were to rate it on the basis of my current standards and preferences, it would score 3 stars the most As it is, it has been one of the earliest fantasy books I have ever read and it still engulfs me in the fuzzy warmth of initial wonder that there are other fantasy books beside the Lord of the Rings and that I can read them and love them as much as I like It s also one of the three books spo [...]

  • I first read this book about the time it came out, when I was about 10 or 11 and recently found an identical, battered paperback copy at a thrift store Dipping back into it twenty odd years later, it has many shortcomings However, it still takes me back to that time when I d read under the covers at night with a dying flashlight, and fell asleep dreaming of wizards, warriors and strange, forgotten lands.

  • When I was nine years old, I wrote a short story about an elf and a mage traversing an imaginary world and banishing evil back to the depths from whence it came I was proud of the story I showed it to my family and they read it, and pretended it was great They put it on the fridge.I reread the story years later and it was a difficult decision whether I should laugh or whether the embarrassment was too much even for hysterics I thought fantasy fiction had a formula that alternated between a short [...]

  • My daughter is getting older now and asking me for suggestions on books that are age appropriate her term I purposely haven t read all of the Harry Potter books nor seen the movies because I was hoping to read watch all of them with her She s 10 and hasn t shown the slightest interest in those books, but she just became interested in Star Wars this summer, so I m willing to give her time I use this anecdote and the age appropriate tag because as a young lad in love with reading this series came [...]

  • Great start to an all time classic fantasy series I loved the colorful characters and fast moving plot based on an interesting story line of reunited friends with secrets and a mysterious and gorgeous, of course stranger who drew them into danger and excitement The negatives were mere niggling at best, however they did exist I was about 13 or 14 years old when I read Dragons of Autumn Twilight and even then I knew Weis was leaning a little too heavily on stock phrases the same emotion is describ [...]

  • When I read this DD was all the rage, and this series gave lovers of high fantasy exactly what they were craving I thought it very good at the time, not nearly as good as Brooks or Donaldson and naturally not Tolkien, but still an entertaining adventure trilogy I think Weis Hickman s Rose of the Prophet series along with their Darksword books are also better due to their originality In this opening novel of the trilogy, friends of different ages and races are reunited after a lengthy absence The [...]

  • I absolutely enjoyed this book I call it an oldie as it s not from this decade, but for me that means a clean read, less gory and story In the land of Krynn s somewhat easygoing world of laborers, the likes of magic wafts around like superstition But when an evil force stirs things up from the north a group of old friends reunite to face a long journey together In this character driven story, as most epic fantasy novels hold dear to, I loved being transported into this series of detail around e [...]

  • 4.0 stars I did not go into this book with very high expectations thinking is was going to be a little cheesy Wrong again I really enjoyed this and thought it was a ton of fun Great world building, excellent characters and a fast paced, non stop plot Call it fantasy comfort food, but call it very good.

  • 2.5 starsI honestly believe that if i had read this book when i was way younger, i would have absolutely loved it Now though, it s kinda hard to overlook the toxic fragile masculinity, the idiocy, pointless pride and female idiot quota that makes up the companions who are to save the world Quite frankly the only person who had a lick of sense in this book was Raistlin Riverwind aka Masculinity so fragile How on earth did such a toxic character get written This guy was supposed to be Goldmoon s l [...]

  • It has been nearly 25 years since I read this book and I have to say I enjoyed it just as much this time as I did the first time I was a little hesitant to reread because I have gone back to some books I read as a teen and found that I didn t enjoy the nearly as much as I did the first time around I am really glad that did not hold true for this book It was like revisiting an old friend I hadn t seen in a very long time I found that I remembered the characters decently well, however, I found tha [...]

  • Every so often I do this to myself I pick up an old, classic High Fantasy novel because I think it will be fun and a throwback to being in middle school, and then about 100 pages in I can t do it any The prose is wooden, the characters cringe worthy cliches and I still have 800 pages to go Dear god, when there are so many good books out there, how can I possibly slavishly force my through one of these These books also remind me that I shouldn t be such a snob by only having a weird fiction she [...]

  • The first half of the book leaves a lot to be desired, and Weis Hickman try to cram way too many characters into the story leaving many of them pretty under developed and one dimensional That said, it really picks up near the end, and left me wanting to jump into the next book in the series The reason I got into the book in the first place was because I was in the mood for dragons, and Dragons of Autumn Twilight does not disappoint.

  • Definitely enjoyable I liked the characters and have some major questions about what had happened to them before the beginning of this book I thought at times, it could be convenient and it seemed like one small problem after another over and over, but I did enjoy the story and the world I ll definitely continue on and see what is going to happen next.

  • Solid three star rating for this one, but I m giving it an extra star just because this book lured so many young readers into the fantasy genre.

  • Five years has passed Five long years since they have seen each other They have decided to split up before to search for their truth The story behind the Cataclysm The story behind why the Gods abandoned the land, leaving men in utter confusion and cloaked in darkness Tanis Half Elven leader of the companions , Sturm Brightblade an honorable knight , Caramon Majere, twin brother the mage Raistlin Majere, Flint Fireforge, and Tasslehoff Burrfoot my favorite character were among the major characte [...]

  • Persuaded to read this trilogy by a good friend of mine, I expected some mind blowing, trail blazing plot devices The Dragonlance Chronicles has run into than ten volumes I was slightly underwhelmed Taking into account that this is the first book in the series, I realize there must be heavy focus on backstory and character development before action can take place however, it wasn t until the last ten chapters or so before I became truly invested in the story Until then I felt like I was just bi [...]

  • This a book I have to judge by two standards.Just like any new fantasy book It is a bit predictable, the characters are easy to understand, and very black and white Even the one character that is supposed to be grey, and unpredictable for the reader is quite obviously not a bad guy I felt to safe in the story, and as it is a clear quest even if you missed a minute or two of the audio book, you still had no problem to follow the story 3 starsAs a book that was published in 1984 A gem This is a re [...]

  • En su propuesta, que engloba muchas cosas, un hito G nero Narrativa Fant stica.Lo que nos cuenta Un grupo de aventureros de diferentes razas y or genes une sus fuerzas contra el mal s , bueno, podr a ser m s preciso en cuanto a las razones, los motivos, pero en realidad para qu Primer libro de la saga Dragonlance y primer libro de la trilog a Cr nicas de la Dragonlance Quiere saber m s de este libro, sin spoilers Visite librosdeolethros

  • This is fantasy at some of its best Not only is this the first book in a wonderful saga, some of its characters are enduring and captivating, still memorable so many years later Even though it wasn t written to be YA fiction, it s an easy fit for young readers Dragons of Autumn Twilight is what all YA fiction should strive to be like Morally uplifting and evocative.

  • An average classic fantasy book with bland characters and plenty of action.I can t say it was a disappointing read because I didn t expect it to be good I m a huge fan since years of the Death Gates Cycle, I love its characters and worlds, but after many re reads, I m also really aware of its flows average writing and pretty bad pacing at several points This first Dragonlance wasn t boring to read, but also not truly enjoyable, it was really at an average level saved only by many things happenin [...]

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  • I would say this book is of a guilty pleasure than an outstanding read The authors have whether knowingly or not written a story with all the cheesily cliche elements of a fantasy story, while also falling into the trap of unnecessarily over describing as is often characteristic of the genre Even so, I gave the book three stars because it retains the ability to hook the reader The characters of the book, however stereotypical they may be, are interesting enough to make you care about what is go [...]

  • I last read this book in Junior High, and fondly remembered the Dragonlance novels as epic fantasy set in a DD inspired world I was feeling nostalgic lately, and decided to pick it up again and see how it held up.Not well.While the plot is as I remember, and does indeed have an epic scope with some interesting ideas, it s mainly full of standard fantasy tropes like the outcast half elf, the stupid warrior, the weak wizard, the journey through the haunted forest, the flight from a destroyed home [...]

  • Her eyi ba latan kitap Soluk kesici, temposu hi d meyen, hem a latan hem g ld ren e siz bir macera uras kesin, bug ne dek pek ok Ejderha M zra kitab yaz ld ama hi biri ilk kitab n yerini tutamaz.Huysuz c ce Flint, do u tan lider Tanis, iyi y rekli sava Caramon, kahkaha makinesi Tasslehoff, cesur valye Sturm, gizemli Kitiara ve tabi ki Raistlin Hepsi de bir fantastik edebiyat okuyucusunun mutlaka ama mutlaka tan mas gereken karakterler Kitab bitirir bitirmez ikinci cildini almak i in kitap ya ko [...]

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