Flight of the Fallen (Dragonlance: Linsha Trilogy, Vol. 2)
|Rating||:||4.15 (950 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||320 Pages|
Five Stars A++. A good bridge novel Andy Gray This is the second book in the Dragonlance: Linsha Trilogy. In the first book in this trilogy we were introduced to a lot of story set up and character building.Yet, this novel falls short of the preceding novel. I'm not really sure if I can put into words the 'why' behind that. It's not a bad book by any means, but for me Herbert set the bar fairly high and this book didn't foll. Interesting and adventures I like this book alot. This book is good in that it's fast paced and funny Linsha is an adventuerus not so rule book morals as some characters you read about these days. Linsha works hard and isn't perfect so she's easier to understand than charecters that always do whats right. If your perfect frankly-you're boring.
This trilogy continues to advance the story of post-War of Souls events in the Dragonlance world and introduces a major new villain to the setting. . The second title in a trilogy that explores the south of the Dragonlance world after the War of Souls.Flight of the Fallen is the second title in a trilogy that centers around Linsha Majere, the grandchild of one of the central characters of the entire Dragonlance saga
Flight of the Fallen is her fifth Dragonlance novel.. were national chain bookstore best-sellers. About the AuthorMary H. Herbert's five novels in the Dark Horse series for TSR, Inc
Flight of the Fallen is her fifth Dragonlance novel.. Mary H. were national chain bookstore best-sellers. Herbert's five novels in the Dark Horse series for TSR, Inc