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  • Published: 15 January 2006
  • ISBN: 9780786927081
  • Imprint: Wizards of the Coast
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 608
  • RRP: $14.99
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Dragons Of Summer Flame



The Dragonlance Chronicles enter a new era in this thrilling installment starring the descendants of the Heroes of the Lance

The War of the Lance is long over. The seasons come and go as the pendulum of the world swings. Now it is summer—a hot, parched summer during which the uneasy balance of light and dark begins to shift.

The Dark Queen has found new champions in the Knights of Takhisis. Among them is dark paladin Steel Brightblade, the son of the heroic Sturm Brightblade and the infamous Kitiara Uth Matar. He rides to attack the high Clerist’s Tower, the fortress his father died defending . . .

Elsewhere, other descendants of the Companions embark on their own journeys: Distraught by a grievous loss, the young Palin Majere seeks to enter the Abyss in search of his lost uncle, the archmage Raistlin. And in Palanthas, a human girl named Usha comes forward with claims that she is Raistlin's lost daughter. She has fled her home among the Irda, who have unwittingly unleashed the god Chaos upon the world in their desperation to thwart the Knights of Takhisis.

The summer will be deadly. But for whom, only the swing of the pendulum will tell.

Dragons of Summer Flame is the fourth book in the Dragonlance Chronicles and the first installment that follows the Second Generation.

  • Published: 15 January 2006
  • ISBN: 9780786927081
  • Imprint: Wizards of the Coast
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 608
  • RRP: $14.99
Categories:

About the authors

Margaret Weis

Born in Independence, Missouri, Margaret Weis graduated from the University of Missouri and worked as a book editor before teaming up with Tracy Hickman to develop the Dragonlance novels. Margaret lives in a renovated barn in Wisconsin with her daughter, Elizabeth Baldwin, and her three cats. She enjoys reading (especially Charles Dickens), opera and rollerskating.

Tracy Hickman

Born in Salt Lake City, Tracy Hickman resides in Wisconsin in a 100-year-old Victorian home with his wife and four children. When he isn't reading or writing, he is eating or sleeping. On Sundays, he conducts the hymns at the local Mormon church.

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