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The Covenant of the Forge (Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, #1) Explores The Folklore And History Of The Dwarven Clans Of Krynn Through The Bickering Clans Reconciliation And The Construction Of The Legendary Thorbardin By The Author Of Gates Of Thorbardin Original 150,000 First Printing.

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  • Paperback
  • 309 pages
  • The Covenant of the Forge (Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, #1)
  • Dan Parkinson
  • English
  • 23 August 2017
  • 1560765585

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10 thoughts on “The Covenant of the Forge (Dragonlance: Dwarven Nations, #1)

  1. says:

    No hab a le do nada de Dan Parkinson, y debo confesar que me ha sorprendido gratamente Sin caer en el defecto de un lenguaje excesivamente sencillo, su prosa logra transmitir velocidad e intensidad, sensaci n aumentada por la brevedad de los libros poco m s de 300 p ginas cada uno y su divisi n en m ltiples episodios de una decena de p ginas El autor explora poco o nada los sentimientos de sus personajes, centr ndose mucho m s en lo que ocurre a su alrededor, pero al menos consigue que el pu No hab a le do nada de Dan Parkinson, y debo confesar que me ha sorprendido gratamente Sin caer en el defecto de un lenguaje excesivamente sencillo, su prosa logra transmitir velocidad e intensidad, sensaci n aumentada por la brevedad de los libros poco m s de 300 p ginas cada uno y su divisi n en m ltiples episodios de una decena de p ginas El autor explora poco o nada los sentimientos de sus personajes, centr ndose mucho m s en lo que ocurre a su alrededor, pero al menos consigue que el pu ado de enanos protagonistas no ...

  2. says:

    I would give this a 2.5 rating.This takes place in the Dragonlance universe In this one, a tribe of dwarves are forced from their home and search for a new one They come upon other tribes of dwarves with each having their own differences and hatred of the other dwarves These tribes try to cohabitate and be the residence we come to know in the original trilogy.There were parts of this book that I believe to be excellent and parts where I plodded along That is the reason for my 2.5 rating The I would give this a 2.5 rating.This takes place in the Dragonlance universe In this one, a tribe of dwarves are forced from their home and search for a new one They come upon ...

  3. says:

    A good solid start to the Dwarven nations I love how Dan fit in a lot of history, with out it being boring Very cool to see the founding of Thorbardin.

  4. says:

    Somewhat disappointing on a variety of fronts, this book promises to detail the origin of the great Dwarven city Thorbardin If you are new to Dragonlance, a lot of the lore will be lost on you If you are rusty to Dragonlance, most of the lore will be lost on you.Dan Parkinson could have done a much better job with the style of storytelling here While his representation of the Dwarves is fair and they overall feel is decidedly Dragonlance esque, his overall presentation is rather hollow and al Somewhat disappointing on a variety of fronts, this book promises to detail the origin of the great Dwarven city Thorbardin If you are new to Dragonlance, a lot of the lore will be lost on you If you are rusty to Dragonlance, most of the lore will be lost on you.Dan Parkinson could have done a much better job with the style of storytelling here While his representation of the Dwarves is fair and they overall feel is decidedly Dragonlance esque, his overall presentation is rather hollow and...

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This book isn t _bad_ exactly, but it isn t good The problem is that it felt like the author was given a specific talk to accomplish get characters from Point A to Point B so as to explain the existence of X The formula makes it clear that the characters are secondary, which gives the book little emotional weight and not so much of interest This book is really interesting in terms of Lore, capital l, though As a person who loves playing Dwarves as always liked Dragonlance, I m definitely ...

  6. says:

    I usually really enjoy the books in the Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms fantasy series but this one just let me down Most of the books in the mentioned settings are rich on dialogue and the occurrences of individual or groups of characters This book did occasionally have glimpses or short segments of this type of story telling Unfortunately the majority of the book reads as a telling of the history of the development of the mountain in Krynn where all the different dwarven races come to live I usually really enjoy the books in the Dragonlance and Forgotten Realms fantasy series but this one just let me down Most of the boo...

  7. says:

    Almost finished with this book I m a huge DL fan, but never really strayed much from the core books I was looking to get back into the world of Kyrnn and so picked this book up There is nothing earth shattering about the writing, character development, or plot It is however a story set in the DL world that is solely focused on the dwarven races as they evovled on Krynn The author does a decent enough job to make you interested in the next book so I ll most likely finish out the series If Almost finished with this book I m a huge DL fan, but never really strayed much from the core books I was looking to get back into the world of Kyrnn and so picked this book up There is nothing earth shattering about the writing, character development, or plot It is however a story set in the DL world that is solely focused on the dwarven races as they evovled on Krynn The author does a decent enough job to ...

  8. says:

    A good read, it is great to learn how the dwarf clans came about and the differences between them Its an adventure all the way and full of action, love the way they agree to form the covenant of the thanes and to protect one another from outsiders, love also h...

  9. says:

    A vengeful mage strikes out at the Calnar dwarves of Thorin and the survivors are forced to flee They travel West and find a collection of 6 other dwarven tribes in the mountains of Kal Thax With the Calnar as allies and leaders, the dwarves band together to resist invaders.

  10. says:

    This book has a bit of a dry story telling style, which is befitting for a book that is basically the history of the dwarves in Dragonlance Though it s decidedly the first in a series, it ends at a logical stopping point.

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