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Fantasy
Author: Barbara Siegel
ISBN: 0880389133
Subcategory: Fantasy
Publisher Wizards of the Coast; 1st edition (November 21, 1990)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
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eBook Tanis, the Shadow Years (Dragonlance: Preludes) (v. 6) download

by Barbara Siegel


Tanis the Shadow Years. November 1990 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

Tanis the Shadow Years. 1990) (The third book in the Dragonlance : Preludes II series) A novel by Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel. First launched over a decade ago, the Preludes series has continued to prove popular with Dragonlance fans.

Tanis the Shadow Years is one of the long-awaited stories set before the best-selling Dragonlance Chronicles Trilogy.

Tanis, the Shadow Years (Dragonlance: Preludes) (v. 6) - A Hero's Secret Journey The tale is told that Tanis Half-Elven once disappeared in the mountains near Solace. He returned changed, ennobled and with a secret. Tanis the Shadow Years is one of the long-awaited stories set before the best-selling Dragonlance Chronicles Trilogy. Manufacturer: Wizards of the Coast Release date: 21 November 1990 ISBN-10 : 0880389133 ISBN-13: 9780880389136.

Barbara Siegel, Scott Siegel Tanis the shadow years 1 Juggling choices. Even Tanis, who had come back to the Inn of the Last Home after all his friends had gone, looked drained. He sat there alone, save for the exuberant dwarf with the funny nose and drooping ears who had suddenly befriended him. Tanis, almond-shaped eyes thoughtful in his tanned face, shook his head at Tika.

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In her take on Tanis in "Tanis: The Shadow Years," Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel show they should have listened to Tracy Hickman. The Siegels simply do not have a good grasp on the character and, even worse, they show a stunning lack of familiarity with the basics of the Dragonlance universe. Granted the "Preludes" series were written before a lot of the material but the Siegels do not even seem familiar with the Chronicles and Legends.

Preludes is a series of novels comprising two trilogies set in the Dragonlance world of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Tanis, the Shadow Years was written by Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel

Preludes is a series of novels comprising two trilogies set in the Dragonlance world of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. 1 Darkness and Light. Tanis, the Shadow Years was written by Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel. It is the third volume in the Preludes II series, and the sixth volume in the overall Preludes series. The mage desperately wants his love to live on after him, so “Tanis has to find her and return to the present before the old mage dies.

Книга жанра: Фантастика, Фэнтези. Читать онлайн в библиотеке Booksonline. Another mug of ale for му friend,' cried the homely dwarf. Tika, the young barmaid, sighed. And the red-haired teenager was tired.

Tanis felt his hopes crash around him like one of the burned-out tree trunks that now marred the landscape. Kishpa's blue eyes gleamed with an intensity that doubly alarmed the half-elf. The old man is delirious," Tanis said. Clotnik, help me set up the other blankets to form a tent around him. We ought to protect-" But Clotnik continued to kneel impassively on the sandy dirt next to the mage. He isn't delirious," the dwarf said firmly. Tanis glanced from the juggler to the mage, thinking, Maybe I'm the one who's delirious.

A Hero's Secret JourneyThe tale is told that Tanis Half-Elven once disappeared in the mountains near Solace. He returned changed, ennobled and with a secret. No one knew what happened to him in those mist-schrouded peaks...until now.The adventure began with a dying wizard who needed Tanis's help. It would not end until Tanis became a traveler in the old mage's memory, journeying into the past to fight an impossible battle against time itself.Tanis the Shadow Years is one of the long-awaited stories set before the best-selling Dragonlance Chronicles Trilogy.
Zan
Not very well written. Author did not seem to have a grasp of Dragonlance
krot
Even in used condition always satisfactory
Vaua
Good read.
Winn
Had all the classic attributes of the series. Kept the reader in suspense and came to a comfortable climax. Good reading
Hatе&love
Since Tanis is my favorite character from the Dragonlance story line, I was eager to read this book. I am happy I did.
dermeco
One of the worst books of the Preludes series, IMO. I just did NOT care about these characters. Warrning, Slight Spoilers ahead! Tanis is one of my favorite characters and I like his careful and introspective manner. The good news is that those characteristics of Tanis are mostly present in this book but as for all the other characters that were created for this story......I just don't like any of them. The Mage Keshpa is a jerk, his friend the Dwarf is a lying theif, and Kespa's one True Love Brandella is just an idiot who doesn't contribute much to the story except to be an object of lust for Tanis and Keshpa.
To make Matters worse this book seems to go on way to long. Just when you think it should end Tanis and Brandella get pulled away to another side adventure. Then once that is resolved Tanis goes in search of a letter and has another small battle. It seems unnecessary because the "goal" of the story is setup really early in the book and is resolved 2/3rds of the way through but there is way more story after that that is just not important to the main characters.
I do like the basic idea of the story. Tanis being sent into Keshpa's Memories but at the end of the book they kinda break the proving that Tanis Traveled back in time not into a dying Mage's Memory. I know there is Magic involved but it seems like they are playing fast and loose with physics here. A single person's Memory is not the same as actually traveling back in time like Caramon and Tasslehoff did in the Legends series. I just feel like it would have made more sense to have Keshpa send Tanis back in time rather then confusing readers with the idea that he is only in the Mage's memory and then suddenly mentioning that what he did back in the Memory actually effected the past. Maybe if it was presented as a strange un anticipated side effect that would be one thing but the author presents it here like it was just assumed that everyone, the readers and the characters would know that traveling in someones memory of the past actually can effect that real world past. It's just silly. This book needed a better editor, one that would have asked the author hard questions about the logic of the story, the necessity of certain parts of the story and would have prompted more likable character development. So unless you are a die hard Dragonlance & Tanis Fan or just a masochist you should skip this book.
Hono
It is hard to pin down the character of Tanis Half-Elven from Dragonlance. According to the Annotated Chronicles, Margaret Weis had problems shaping him but Tracy Hickman set her on track by comparing him to Captain Kirk and Horatio Hornblower. In her take on Tanis in "Tanis: The Shadow Years," Barbara Siegel and Scott Siegel show they should have listened to Tracy Hickman. The Siegels simply do not have a good grasp on the character and, even worse, they show a stunning lack of familiarity with the basics of the Dragonlance universe. Granted the "Preludes" series were written before a lot of the material but the Siegels do not even seem familiar with the Chronicles and Legends. That would be fine if there was a good plot. There simply is not. The Siegels' supporting characters are either annoying or forgettable. The writing is inconsistent as the Siegels seem to vacillate on what type of book they are writing. A writer can combine mystery, romance, action and psychological thriller in one plot. The Siegels seem to think these elements need to be separated. Here is an action chapter. Here is a romance chapter. In this chapter we learn more about Tanis' motivations. The ending pages contain some one of the most maudlin writing I have ever come across in any book. There is little to commend in this book. Only those desperate for whatever table scarps TSR/Wizards of the Coast throw at them would enjoy this jumbled mess of a novel.
As an avid Dragonlance fan, I was severely disappointed with this novel. It had absolutely no bearing on any of Tanis' further adventures and didn't even begin to answer Tanis' questions about his father. ( BTW, for an EXCELLENT view of that tale, read "The Inheritance.) Tanis had stated in the Chronicles that he'd been in lands not friendly to elves, but this was set in an Elven village; the Red Robed mage was part human, part elf, and the only acceptable mages to elves are White Robes; and to add insult to injury we get bogged down in a sappy love story and end up in the place of Death, where apparently silver dragons get to breathe fire instead of the breath weapon of cold that they're born with! Makes you wonder if the authors read the original works at all. I'd love to see a well-written book about what happened to Tanis in the five years prior to the Chronicles, but this wasn't it.