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This one doesn't come up to the first by any means. It's not really a bad listen but it's not all that great either. I truly hope the final book brings it all together and ties up all the loose ends the author has left dangling about in what I believe is an attempt to keep the reader wanting more. Unfortunately the first two books have only left me with a strong desire to have it over and done and a sinking feeling she will end the last one just as disjointedly and unsatisfactorily has she has the first two.
this one is a little better, again story starts out sluggish but picks up the pace.
This was an "OK" book, which didn't hold up to what I expected from Weis. I only finished it to see where the story was going to go.
What an ending. I found myself changing what I was doing so I could listen more. What a great tale. I look forward to the conclusion
I was not impressed with this book. It was slow and I really had to struggle to stay interested. Sorry Ms Weis, not one of your better literary attempts.
I got bored with it waiting for something to happen. At times she lost me and I lost interst in it and took the series off my reading list
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.