Dragonlance - Test of the Twins (Legends #3)

Dragonlance - Test of the Twins (Legends #3)

by Margaret Weis, Tracy Hickman

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Overview

Defying the fate that claimed his evil predecessor, Raistlin opens the Portal to the Abyss and passes through. With Crysania at his side, he engages the Queen of Darkness in a battle for the ultimate prize--a seat among the gods.

At the same time, Caramon and Tasslehoff are transported to the future. There they come to understand the consequences of Raistlin’s quest--and Caramon at last realizes the painful sacrifice he must make to prevent his brother’s success. Old friends and strange allies come together to aid him, but Caramon must take the last, greatest step alone.

The step into the Abyss.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780786918065
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Publication date: 02/28/2001
Series: Dragonlance Legends Series , #3
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 66,899
Product dimensions: 6.88(w) x 4.28(h) x 0.97(d)

About the Author

Margaret Weis is the author of numerous Dragonlance novels, many of them co-written with Tracy Hickman, including the New York Times bestselling War of Souls trilogy. She is also the author of the Star of the Guardian novels and the designer of many Dragonlance roleplaying products.

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Dragonlance: Test of the Twins (Legends #3) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 63 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series. These are two of the best authors in the genre. I would recommend their work to anyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*remains hidden and follows*
Anonymous 3 months ago
The+characters+are+so+well+developed%2C+that+they+keep+reminding+me+of+people+that+I+know+
helver on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
In this final volume of the Legends trilogy, we see the culmination of Raistlin's scheming. He uses and discards Crysania, leaving her to die in the Abyss, choosing instead to attack the Dark Queen and her legions. Tas and Caramon are accidentally catapulted into the future where they see first hand the results of Raistlin's rise to godhood. And Tanis whines and cries and pines for Kit... still.Aside from Tanis (and everyone incessantly referring to him as half-elf, Half Elven, Lord Bastard, etc), I enjoyed the book. The conclusion between Raistlin and Caramon was acceptable. It seems like the whole book was about stark revelations: Crysania that Raistlin betrayed her; Caramon that Raistlin was beyond his help; Kit that she was betrayed by Soth; Dalamar that he was betrayed by Kit; Tanis that he was TRULY a whiny bitch; Tas that he can make a difference; Elistan that death sucks...Read 11/1987, 9/2007
coffeesucker on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Left me in tears - powerful!
DavidBurrows on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Raistlin is so close to his dream of challenging the Queen but refuses to see the damage that he is doing. The tale reveals how the Gods are lost to the people and eventually found. It¿s a magnificent story. In the future Raistlin¿s Dark Elf apprentice, Dalamar, is setting the scene for the final confrontation with the Queen. Meanwhile Raistlin¿s sister is leading dragons against the people and war is going badly and evil is set to win. In the past Raistlin is still pursuing his goal whilst Cameron is lost in Mage¿s tower whose guardians are incredibly sinister. Look out for Fizban, he is a great character. The flying citadel is brilliant as is Tas¿s involvement. Lord Soth is fabulous and his relentless pursuit of Kitiara leads to a gory end. A great story that will hold your attention throughout. Highly recommended.
melydia on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
This final installment of the trilogy was mostly about Caramon¿s final development as a human being (he began the first book as a belligerent drunk), and Raistlin¿s final descent into darkness as he faces the Queen of Darkness (one of three gods in this universe), hoping to become a god himself through her defeat. I admit I teared up a little bit there at the end, having against all reason become a bit attached to awful old Raistlin. I would suggest reading all six books (Chronicles and Legends) all through in one go; putting years between them kind of made things confusing for me, especially when Tanis showed up out of nowhere and I¿d pretty much completely forgotten his story. But all the same, it¿s a fun universe with interesting characters, and I am not surprised at its long-standing popularity among fantasy fans. I am sure to revisit Krynn one day.
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I bought all 3 volumes for my son and his family (teenage children). They really love all of the series.
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This book was awesome :D
Edraenth More than 1 year ago
Great book for lovers of epic fantasy - nice mixture of magic, adventure, suspense, and intrigue. It is not necessary that you have read any other Dragonlance books outside of the Legends series to understand or enjoy this book. Excellent read for teenagers to adults; may be a bit much for younger readers.
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Browns1210 More than 1 year ago
Great Book!!!
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SNK-critic More than 1 year ago
I'm trying to read every dragonlance book out there, so far I havn't been dissapointed with any of them.
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