Brothers in Arms

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Brothers in Arms ❴KINDLE❵ ❁ Brothers in Arms Author Margaret Weis – Polishdarling.co.uk In the months after the events of The Soulforge, Raistlin and Caramon join a mercenary army The army s first assignment is to capture a city that holds a secret known only to Lord Ariakas, commander o In the months after the events of The Soulforge, Raistlin and Caramon join a mercenary army The army s first assignment is to capture a city that holds a secret known only to Lord Ariakas, commander of Brothers in ePUB Ù the newly formed dragonarmies.

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 476 pages
  • Brothers in Arms
  • Margaret Weis
  • English
  • 01 March 2017
  • 0786914297

About the Author: Margaret Weis

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 Brothers in ePUB Ù 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 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.



10 thoughts on “Brothers in Arms

  1. MissBecka MissBecka says:

    This book begins to show bits of Dragons of Autumn Twilight without giving to much away I feel like if you have read the series these would be most fun read before the Chronicles trilogy.Maybe on my next re read I will give it a whirl I do love this set of prequels surrounding Raislin This book begins to show bits of Dragons of Autumn Twilight without giving to much away I feel like if you have read the series these would be most fun read before the Chronicles trilogy.Maybe on my next re read I will give it a whirl I do love this set of prequels surrounding Raislin

  2. Tim Hanson Tim Hanson says:

    So it has started Thus we begin the long journey into darkness

  3. Scott Scott says:

    Volume Two of the Raistlin ChroniclesThis book takes place about four years before the War of the Lance and soon after Raistlin takes the test The story not only follows Raistlin and Caramon as they join a mercenary army The Mad Baron but also their half sister Kitiara as she starts her climb up the ranks of the soon to be Dragon armies.It s a stand alone book and the only reason I didn t rate this as five star.If you ve read Dragonlance then you ll understand how much I loved coming back t Volume Two of the Raistlin ChroniclesThis book takes place about four years before the War of the Lance and soon after Raistlin takes the test The story not only follows Raistlin and Caramon as they join a mercenary army The Mad Baron but also their half sister Kitiara as she starts her climb up the ranks of the soon to be Dragon armies.It s a stand alone book and the only reason I didn t rate this as five star.If you ve read Dragonlance then you ll understand how much I loved coming back to this world, having new adventures with these old friends.World building, plot, characters development, action, description, plotting it s all great.And Raistlin is my favorite character in all of fiction.Dragonlance isn t for everyone but I love it and this was a really good addition

  4. Jeff Yoak Jeff Yoak says:

    This story both fills in the 5 years prior to the scheduled reunion of the companions for both the Majere Brothers and Kitiara The story for the brothers is a little weak, but the story helps to understand the transformation of their sister.One of the things that disappoints me about the tales, preludes and other works added to the very successful Dragonlance universe is that they filled in the gaps with every little thing that ever came close to the heroes had deep significance and provided th This story both fills in the 5 years prior to the scheduled reunion of the companions for both the Majere Brothers and Kitiara The story for the brothers is a little weak, but the story helps to understand the transformation of their sister.One of the things that disappoints me about the tales, preludes and other works added to the very successful Dragonlance universe is that they filled in the gaps with every little thing that ever came close to the heroes had deep significance and provided the basis for a story When you put all of that back story into place against the original work, it seems much less driven by the characters actions and decisions than it originally did I mean, EVERYTHING had some special substance to it and the characters are just bouncing around between all of that While the Raistlin Chronicles hasn t been so bad in this regard, I was a bit disappointed to have had Kit involved in finding and stealing the metalic dragon eggs and the rise of the draconians, though this isn t explicitly mentioned as an eventual consequence in this work It is still possible to read the book in chronological order without spoilers.Overall, it was an ok story, but lacked the polish of the first in this series

  5. Mir Mir says:

    I d say I recommended this for Majere completists, but honestly nothing significant happens that we haven t already learned about in previous installments Sure there aredetails here but they are mainly lard Why bother throwing in some new, half developed characters and other filler elements Probably just because the authors new it would sell and make them an easy buck.

  6. Manny Manny says:

    You cannot lose if you read anything containing this Raistlin fellow

  7. Jp Jp says:

    Awesome to go back and read this knowing whats gonna happen Dragonlance was my first literary love and I love it still.

  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Me visiting a Dragonlance fan ok, give me everything you have about Raistlin Turns out he has it s own chronicles, yes I really really really enjoyed it Just a fun and relaxing read.

  9. Suzie Quint Suzie Quint says:

    Enjoyed this Always love hearing about Raistlin.

  10. Micah Scelsi Micah Scelsi says:

    This one teeters on the 2 to three star range There is some good creativity and parts to this book, and it is certainly interesting to those familiar with Chronicles and Legends Nonetheless, it is a bit of an orphan book Weis writes the story with another author, and I assume that is where all the military detail stems from This book is heavy on the training of troops and other military insights, as that is what the brothers and their half sister Kitiara are engaged in Really I would call t This one teeters on the 2 to three star range There is some good creativity and parts to this book, and it is certainly interesting to those familiar with Chronicles and Legends Nonetheless, it is a bit of an orphan book Weis writes the story with another author, and I assume that is where all the military detail stems from This book is heavy on the training of troops and other military insights, as that is what the brothers and their half sister Kitiara are engaged in Really I would call this the Majere Chronicles, if it weren t for the inconvenient fact that their sister goes by a different surname The book gives a very interesting and ironic look at how both brothers and Kitiara follow a similar, and yet completely different path It really is a look at their first years apart As I mentioned in the review related to that book, the first book in the Raistlin Chronicles I would call the prelude book to Chronicles, this one isof a stand alone story that fills in some of the detail in the 5 years the companions are apart Weis gave her stamp on it since she is big on Raistlin, but I don t feel that she had as much of an influence on this book, and it really doesn t belong in the same grouping as the first book which I think was originally conceived as a stand alone novel This is probably part of the reason why there are only two novels in this odd Raistlin series Still, it is interesting for fans of the series and whets one s appetite to reread the original trilogies in the DragonLance series

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10 thoughts on “Brothers in Arms

  1. MissBecka MissBecka says:

    This book begins to show bits of Dragons of Autumn Twilight without giving to much away I feel like if you have read the series these would be most fun read before the Chronicles trilogy.Maybe on my next re read I will give it a whirl I do love this set of prequels surrounding Raislin This book begins to show bits of Dragons of Autumn Twilight without giving to much away I feel like if you have read the series these would be most fun read before the Chronicles trilogy.Maybe on my next re read I will give it a whirl I do love this set of prequels surrounding Raislin


  2. Tim Hanson Tim Hanson says:

    So it has started Thus we begin the long journey into darkness


  3. Scott Scott says:

    Volume Two of the Raistlin ChroniclesThis book takes place about four years before the War of the Lance and soon after Raistlin takes the test The story not only follows Raistlin and Caramon as they join a mercenary army The Mad Baron but also their half sister Kitiara as she starts her climb up the ranks of the soon to be Dragon armies.It s a stand alone book and the only reason I didn t rate this as five star.If you ve read Dragonlance then you ll understand how much I loved coming back t Volume Two of the Raistlin ChroniclesThis book takes place about four years before the War of the Lance and soon after Raistlin takes the test The story not only follows Raistlin and Caramon as they join a mercenary army The Mad Baron but also their half sister Kitiara as she starts her climb up the ranks of the soon to be Dragon armies.It s a stand alone book and the only reason I didn t rate this as five star.If you ve read Dragonlance then you ll understand how much I loved coming back to this world, having new adventures with these old friends.World building, plot, characters development, action, description, plotting it s all great.And Raistlin is my favorite character in all of fiction.Dragonlance isn t for everyone but I love it and this was a really good addition


  4. Jeff Yoak Jeff Yoak says:

    This story both fills in the 5 years prior to the scheduled reunion of the companions for both the Majere Brothers and Kitiara The story for the brothers is a little weak, but the story helps to understand the transformation of their sister.One of the things that disappoints me about the tales, preludes and other works added to the very successful Dragonlance universe is that they filled in the gaps with every little thing that ever came close to the heroes had deep significance and provided th This story both fills in the 5 years prior to the scheduled reunion of the companions for both the Majere Brothers and Kitiara The story for the brothers is a little weak, but the story helps to understand the transformation of their sister.One of the things that disappoints me about the tales, preludes and other works added to the very successful Dragonlance universe is that they filled in the gaps with every little thing that ever came close to the heroes had deep significance and provided the basis for a story When you put all of that back story into place against the original work, it seems much less driven by the characters actions and decisions than it originally did I mean, EVERYTHING had some special substance to it and the characters are just bouncing around between all of that While the Raistlin Chronicles hasn t been so bad in this regard, I was a bit disappointed to have had Kit involved in finding and stealing the metalic dragon eggs and the rise of the draconians, though this isn t explicitly mentioned as an eventual consequence in this work It is still possible to read the book in chronological order without spoilers.Overall, it was an ok story, but lacked the polish of the first in this series


  5. Mir Mir says:

    I d say I recommended this for Majere completists, but honestly nothing significant happens that we haven t already learned about in previous installments Sure there aredetails here but they are mainly lard Why bother throwing in some new, half developed characters and other filler elements Probably just because the authors new it would sell and make them an easy buck.


  6. Manny Manny says:

    You cannot lose if you read anything containing this Raistlin fellow


  7. Jp Jp says:

    Awesome to go back and read this knowing whats gonna happen Dragonlance was my first literary love and I love it still.


  8. Sarah Sarah says:

    Me visiting a Dragonlance fan ok, give me everything you have about Raistlin Turns out he has it s own chronicles, yes I really really really enjoyed it Just a fun and relaxing read.


  9. Suzie Quint Suzie Quint says:

    Enjoyed this Always love hearing about Raistlin.


  10. Micah Scelsi Micah Scelsi says:

    This one teeters on the 2 to three star range There is some good creativity and parts to this book, and it is certainly interesting to those familiar with Chronicles and Legends Nonetheless, it is a bit of an orphan book Weis writes the story with another author, and I assume that is where all the military detail stems from This book is heavy on the training of troops and other military insights, as that is what the brothers and their half sister Kitiara are engaged in Really I would call t This one teeters on the 2 to three star range There is some good creativity and parts to this book, and it is certainly interesting to those familiar with Chronicles and Legends Nonetheless, it is a bit of an orphan book Weis writes the story with another author, and I assume that is where all the military detail stems from This book is heavy on the training of troops and other military insights, as that is what the brothers and their half sister Kitiara are engaged in Really I would call this the Majere Chronicles, if it weren t for the inconvenient fact that their sister goes by a different surname The book gives a very interesting and ironic look at how both brothers and Kitiara follow a similar, and yet completely different path It really is a look at their first years apart As I mentioned in the review related to that book, the first book in the Raistlin Chronicles I would call the prelude book to Chronicles, this one isof a stand alone story that fills in some of the detail in the 5 years the companions are apart Weis gave her stamp on it since she is big on Raistlin, but I don t feel that she had as much of an influence on this book, and it really doesn t belong in the same grouping as the first book which I think was originally conceived as a stand alone novel This is probably part of the reason why there are only two novels in this odd Raistlin series Still, it is interesting for fans of the series and whets one s appetite to reread the original trilogies in the DragonLance series


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