Super interesting. The plot is really cool, complex enough that you can get some of it and are surprised elsewhere. The next books will be the real test.
A good story and well worth the listen. A new twist to the dragon theme. Gives you a lot to think about. Can't wait to hear the second.
Ms weis puts together a very intersting story. Not as good as dragonlance but not bad either. story sets up very slow but worth the wait
What a fabulous story. I thoroughly enjoyed this first of three series and look forward to reading more of Weis' books.
This was interesting and easy to follow. I'm waiting for the next book to find out more of the story. Worth the effort.
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The plot keeps you interested while not trying to pile too much on you at once. I was a little disappointed with the "hero" Edward, but the author more than made up for him with Draco. I still haven't decided to put him in the good guy or bad guy category. I can't wait to hear the sequel, Dragon's Son.
I like Margaret Weis' books. Her dragons differ from Anne McCaffrey's dragons. The difference is interesting. The interaction between the main characters is suspenseful. Some of the action might be guessed by some people but listening to hear if your suspension are correct is part of the enjoyment. These five discs left me wating anxiously for the next set of discs in this title.
An intersting book, Slow at times but good to listen to in the car. I enjoyed. If you like any of the Pern seris you'll enjoy this as a twist on the dragon theme. The base Line doesn't show untill a couple of chapters in and there are twists and turns that will catch you off gaurd. I'm looking forward to finishing it.
Not as good as the Weis/Hickman team books like the original Dragonlance Series and War of the Twins series but worth a listen. A bit slow at the beginning but picked up interest and pace as the tale moved on. I will rent the next book when it becomes available to see what happens next.
Margaret Weis is a "New York Times" bestselling author. Her "Dragonlance"(R) series has sold over twenty million copies worldwide, and the first book in that series, "Dragons of Autumn Twilight", is being made into an animated film by Paramount Pictures. "Warrior Angel" is her first venture into romance, and it has been an exciting one. She has particularly enjoyed writing with her daughter, Lizz Weis, a former novel editor.