By Margaret Weis
[/b]The paperback variation of the outlet name in a brand new trilogy from Dragonlance environment co-creator Margaret Weis takes up the place the conflict of Souls sequence left off with the critical personality Mina. whereas following her tale, this new trilogy additionally explores the chaos that's post-war Krynn. this is often Weis’s first solo trilogy within the Dragonlance world.
AUTHOR BIO: MARGARET WEIS is the writer of various Dragonlance novels, a lot of them co-written with Tracy Hickman or Don Perrin, together with the long island occasions best-selling battle of Souls trilogy. She can be the writer of The Soulforge and the big name of the dad or mum novels and the dressmaker of many Dragonlance roleplaying items, together with the Dragonlance Campaign Setting.
Margaret’s most modern identify is Mistress of Dragons from Tor Books.
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Um . . ” asked Tavia. “My wife,” said Dag. The two patroller women looked at each other; the blonde rolled her eyes. The alarm in Barr’s eyes was shading over into panic. Blight it, boy, I don’t know what bur is getting under your saddle. I’m closed down as tight as that walnut. I can’t possibly be leaking any mood. Vile as that mood was growing . . Tavia glanced at Dag and addressed herself prudently to Remo. ” “It’s . . complicated,” said Remo helplessly. “A complicated problem with groundwork,” Fawn put in.
All right, now you have to say,” said Whit, leaning back. ” “Aye, give us the tale, Dag,” said Bo, a bit sleepily. ” “Well . ” Reluctantly, Dag shoved his hand down into his pocket, leaned over, and deposited a black walnut, still in its shell, on the hearthstone. The farmers around the fire all looked blankly at it, and at Dag, but Barr and Remo both sat up, which made Fawn prick her ears, too. ” asked Remo. “Its ground is all . . ” Dag touched the hard ridges with a finger, rolling the green-black sphere around on the stone, then sat back and stared glumly at it.
What I think is—” Dag looked down, brows rising at the resolve in her voice. “What I think is, you’re trying to carry a lazy man’s load. Inside your head, you’re trying to lift the whole world all by yourself, in one trip. No wonder you’re exhausted. ” “Smaller! ” Dag motioned down at the riverbank, by which Fawn guessed he meant to indicate their modest flatboat. A rhetorical reply in any case, so she paid no heed to it. “Your own ground. I know it’s true because you told me so yourself, and you never lie to me: the first thing a maker has to make is himself.
Amber and Ashes (Dragonlance: The Dark Disciple, Book 1) by Margaret Weis