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Fantasy
  • Author:
    richard a. Knaak
  • ISBN:
    0786929383
  • ISBN13:
    978-0786929382
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  • Publisher:
    Wizards of the Coast; Edition Unstated edition (June 1, 2003)
  • Pages:
    344 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Fantasy
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  • Rating:
    4.5
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Richard A. Knaak is the author of 22 fantasy novels, including the Dragonlance novel titles Kaz the Minotaur and the New York Times best-selling The Legend of Huma. He is currently working on Tides of Blood, the second title in the The Minotaur Wars trilogy.

Richard A. Other recent works include Day of the Dragon and Legacy of Blood, based on the popular computer games Warcraft and Diablo. Series: The Minotaur Wars (Book 1).

This book just dragged

Since reading the first minotaur books written by Richard Knaak, I have been thirsty for more, captivated by the character of Kaz. Since his last book, "Land of the Minotaurs," however, I have yet to be inspired or impressed by his minotaur stories. This book just dragged. I normally love all the Dragonlance books (minus Murder is Tarsis), but I cannot for the life of me connect with any of the characters. The scene with the ogres when all they did was talk ogre, um hello! Translation please?

Richard A. Knaak is a New York Times best-selling author of forty novels, more than a dozen short stories, and several manga

Richard A. Knaak is a New York Times best-selling author of forty novels, more than a dozen short stories, and several manga. He has been a regular contributor to the Dragonlance series since his first short story in The Magic of Krynn over twenty years ago and is best known for the worldwide bestsellers, The Legend of Huma and the epic Minotaur Wars trilogy.

VOLUME i. NIGHTOFBLOOD. After the War of Souls it will keep its name because the gods themselves are in turmoil. The gods will have some say in the future of the world, of that there can be no doubt. Knaak20 grudnia 2011. This series moves the minotaur species to the forefront of the Dragonlance world. Wizards of the Coast. 9. Dodaj do listy życzeń. This direct follow-up to the best-selling War of Souls trilogy deals with the minotaurs, a race with which New York Times best-selling author Knaak is particularly known for.

Manufacturer: Wizards of the Coast Release date: 1 February 2004 ISBN-10 : 0786931965 ISBN-13: 9780786931965. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

The first book in this trilogy was dark by Dragonlance standards and this novel is no different. This books is the second in the Minotaur Wars series and to me was a way to finally start bringing this trilogy into the Dragonlance setting. I am enjoying the 'darkerside' of Krynn if you will. It seems the books that have been released as of late in the Dragonlance world have been sub-par to say the least. If you haven't read the War of Souls Trilogy, then you need to to understand some of what is going on in the rest of Ansalon especially with regards to how Mina's war is interweaved with the war that the Minotaurs are undertaking with the Ogres.

32 Odyssey of Gilthanas . Reavers of the Blood Sea (May 1999), by Richard A. Knaak, (ISBN 0-7869-1345-2). Note: First appearance of Kaz the Minotaur whose story is continued in Kaz the Minotaur, the short story Kaz and the Dragon's Children from The Dragons of Krynn and in Land of the Minotaurs. Knaak - WarCraft - War Of The Ancients Book 1 - The Well Of Eternity. Dragonlance - Heroes I 01 - The Legend of Huma - Richard A Knaak .

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This series moves the minotaur species to the forefront of the Dragonlance world.

The first title in a new hardcover trilogy from New York Times best-selling author Richard A. Knaak. This direct follow-up to the recent best-selling War of Souls trilogy deals with the minotaurs, a species with which the author is particularly associated in the minds of Dragonlance fans. This series will move the minotaur species to the forefront of the Dragonlance world, and since this is the first hardcover title that deals directly with the world-changing fallout at the end of the War of Souls, it is both a key title for Dragonlance fans and an excellent entry point for new readers.

Rageseeker
I love the Dragonlance world and loved Kaz the Minotaur. But I just could not get into this book. I was really looking forward to it. One of the problems that another reviewer mentioned was too many characters. Many of which didn't seem to matter. It seemed like there was too much information being packed into one book. I gave up about half way through. This one is shelved for now. Maybe I'll come back to attempt it again at some point.
Grosho
good read love the book
Arlelond
I was very confused by the story narration couldn't follow it.
Fog
good read.
Hystana
At first I thought this was going to be the first book Knaak had written I didn't like. I kept going, reading and expecting. In the end, it turned out nicely. He took his time, was very detailed and made things connect with the world outside of the minotaurs. The story and series fits nicely in the events happening elsewhere.
Mavegelv
I enjoyed the book as a whole, my main issue with it was it likes to show a situation where someone is making a plan or something and they say something to someone else but it doesn't tell you what, this book does it alot and it gets a little old
Yalone
I honestly never tire of rereading this book and this trilogy in general, its motley crew of characters are so very likeable
Almost lost interest half-way through. Then it seemed to get interesting and you knew who the main characters were. Most characters died in the beginning.