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Thomas rated it really liked it Sep 10, They’re all douchebags, particularly Rikali, whom I just had to have patience to read the book, only up until the end did I had some sort of redeeming qualities, but overall, she’s just obnoxious. There’s a major plot line that centers around Bloten, the capital of the ogre kingdom, and ogres play a major dhamln in this novel.
At this point, she could only focus on her characters and not make any broader changes because Sure would be nice if they actually died. Again, go easy on Rabe, who did the best she could.
Second, people on GR mention that none of the new characters is likable, but they’re not supposed to be. But unfortunately this book is not titled “Ilbreth and The Old Man Pipe” so his scenes are frustratingly few and far in-between scenes where Rikali is whining for entire paragraphs, Maldred is being gross for reasons I will not give away, or Dhamon being all “I care not for people besides myself and I shall repeat this fact constantly” and never changing, never growing as a character.
Why go with this idea to sell the I find it odd that, out of all the possible ideas for a book cover, they went with “Dhamon awkwardly grabbing his re in agony while holding a necklace near a river”.
Ilbreth, the kobold nicknamed Fetch because his companions constantly tell him to go fetch things, was a lot of fun and it was great to have a kobold be a lead in a Dragonlance novel. Caio Schlindwein Botelho rated it liked it Dec 29, Where she falls short is keeping the story moving all the way through and some awkwardness in her writing. Why go with this idea to sell the book? Quincy Golson rated it really liked it Jun 29, The other big positive, which also ties into the ogre capital, is that the choice of settings are all really cool.
And they never had any grace or level of sophistication to their villainy to make them entertaining. I really like Ragh, the draconian who befriends Dhamon.
Jun 21, J. I thought this book was a little drawn out.
Weiss and Hickman had to play off her changes from Dragons of a New Age, which is great, but then, Rabe was given free reign only with Dhamon and her other characters, which meant she couldn’t use Palin, Goldmoon, or any of the others who played important roles in her first DL trilogy.
Open Preview See a Problem? Well, within the first 50 pages of this book, we see our “heroes” rob a hospital, set an entire town on fire, kill dozens of people, rob a merchant wagon and cripple someone, and steal someone’s family pet and then just eat it because they couldn’t sell it on the market with no show of remorse.
Redemption (Dragonlance: Dhamon Saga, #3) by Jean Rabe
It was the fantasy novel equivalent of one of those two dollar sandwiches you find in the back of a fridge that is just past its expiration date; it got the job done but it wasn’t very tasty in the end and you’ve probably eaten thousands dhamno meals just like it. So, I think what happened is that Rabe had the chance to do her own thing with Krynn, which she did in the Dragons of a New Age trilogy, a dgamon that had a broad scope as well as focusing on specific characters, like the original Saga.
Chris Roberts rated it liked it Dec 20, Jan 28, Starsreader rated it it was ok. Lists with This Book.
Dhamon, on the other hand, seemed less of a douche compared to her, Just finished this, and I have to say This ogre city smeeeeeellls! Rabe needed more editing to weed out scenes that are completely unnecessary, which would tighten the action and make it more gripping.
Downfall (Dragonlance: Dhamon Saga, #1) by Jean Rabe
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For starters, I think it’s the first book I’ve read starring a kobold as one of the heroes – and I like Ilbreth nicknamed Fetch a lot. New fight in a new location, etc. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. No trivia or quizzes yet. Annie Erbacher rated it liked it Jun 17, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Downfall marks the return of Dr How far can a hero fall? As the book moves forward, though, maybe about halfway through, the plot is much more continuous and flows from chapter to chapter much better.
To saaga it, click here. Sep 27, Mariana rated it it was ok Shelves: Want to Read saving…. The overarching setting is great, the characters are great, but the story has drifted into the unbelievable in this book. Michael Bates rated it really liked it Oct 31, Ilbreth ultimately comes off as more sympathetic just from the way he’s treated and what happens to him at the end of the novel.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. There isn’t so much of a climax so much as the book bumbles into some situations DnD style and then abruptly stops when it could’ve gone on for another pages.
Shawn Walsh rated it really liked it Jan 25, Ddhamon adventures are still strung along like a pearl necklace, only with less connection to each other than even in volume two and the conclusion makes me wonder how that ought to be possible the size difference alone is unreal – and, yes I know, this is a fantasy story Plus, Jean Rabe has a real way with fight sequences.
This book had so many interesting backdrops, like the valley of jewels or the ogre city or ancient dwarf caves. Sep 05, Jenny rated it liked it.
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