Weis and HickmanIn three previous novels, Skylan Ivorson overcame obstacles that would have defeated a lesser man, rising from obscurity to become the Chief of Chiefs of the fearsome Vindrasi who sail their living dragonships far and wide to raid and plunder for the Skylan Ivorson is the gods-chosen Chief of all Vindras clans. But the gods from who The Twins: Raistlin and Caramon, perhaps two of the most beloved characters in the annals of fantasy literature. One, an archmage who seeks to rule the gods themselves; the other, a noble warrior whose love for his brother is the reason he must stop The Vindrasi gods have a traitor in their midst.
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Margaret Weis; Tracy Hickman
Every generation can point to a fantasy book or series that defines their teenage years. Currently, that would likely be Harry Potter; for those now edging towards or into their 40s it would be Dragonlance. Like Star Wars, the action of the first trilogy takes us through a first victory in Dragons of Autumn Twilight, to despair when evil gains ground in Dragons of Winter Night, to final victory in Dragons of Spring Dawning. The series spawned a dozen spin offs — Forgotten Realms being, by far, the largest - by different authors who, as part of the TSR team expanded on the Dragonlance Tales that followed the first six novels — the Tales were a series of short stories covering in more depth bit-part characters or expanded the stories of hinted events from the main plots. As the years have rolled by nearly novels have been produced set in the Dragonlance universe. Dragonlance was more than six books. Time travel that permitted everyone to succeed.
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Along with Tracy Hickman , Weis is one of the original creators of the Dragonlance game world. Margaret Weis was born on March 16, , in Independence, Missouri. She discovered heroic fantasy fiction while studying at the University of Missouri MU : "I read Tolkien when it made its first big sweep in the colleges back in ," she said. I literally couldn't put them down! I never found any other fantasy I liked, and just never read any fantasy after Tolkien. Weis graduated from MU in with a bachelor's degree in creative writing and literature. Weis first worked for a small publishing company in Independence, where she became an editor.