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Night of the Eye

Dragonlance: Defenders of Magic, Book 1
Lu par : J. P. Linton
Série : Dragonlance: Defenders of Magic, Volume 1
Durée : 10 h et 22 min

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Magic at its peak!

It will soon be the Night of the Eye, a rare time when all three moons align in high sanction over the lands of Krynn. On the eve of Guerrand DiThon's political marriage to a rival family, the young noble is visited by a strange, powerful mage who knows more about him than he does himself. Seduced by promises of wizardly might, Guerrand slips away beneath the triple moons and journeys for the Tower of Wayreth.

No one thinks he will survive the deadly trek to the tower, but he does. It's only then that Guerrand realizes that he has made many enemies in his journey. One of these foes would not only see Guerrand dead, but the three orders of sorcery destroyed with him.

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  • Dustin
  • 09/10/2017

A brilliant walk into Dragonlance

A wonderful walk through the post cataclysm world of the orders of magic. The reading is well done with noticeable changes in the readers voice for different characters.

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  • Tyson
  • 18/07/2017

great story!

horrible narration. the voices he used were so laughable I had a hard time finishing the book.

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  • Brandon
  • 12/04/2014

Enjoyable classic magic

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I'd recommend this for Dragonlance fans - covers a lot of magic from Krynn in this trilogy although a lot of the elements probably come from the old game more than other dragonlance books

What did you like best about this story?

I liked that we get to see what the life of a more or less regular wizard is like on Krynn

Have you listened to any of J. P. Linton’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

His performance is okay - not great for me. He's does a good job on a lot of the voices although he is a little deep for my preference. Sometimes it was hard for me to follow the transitions from one setting to the next. The story would change from one character to the next but it sounded like one sentence but that was my only gripe

Any additional comments?

This book wasn't quite in line with the magic casting we learned from the main books. It glossed over a lot of the handicaps that the wizards have - probably to make the book move more quickly.