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Fantasy
Author: Lawrence Watt-Evans
ISBN: 0765340542
Subcategory: Fantasy
Publisher Tor Books (March 14, 2003)
Language English
Category: Fantasy
Rating: 4.9
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by Lawrence Watt-Evans


A Conversation with Lord Hardior. Chapter 10. In the Hal of the Dragon Society. Chapter 11. Preparations and Alarms.

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Dragon Weather by Lawrence Watt-Evans. This is book one of the Obsidian Chronicles. A totalitarian government may be being manipulated by a secret society. The dragons are all dead or are they

Dragon Weather by Lawrence Watt-Evans. It starts with a bang and keeps moving at a fast pace. The dragons are all dead or are they. A young boy finds out the hard way and his life is dedicated to finding justice. Arlian grows from a child to an adult through the course of the book.

Dragon Venom (Obsidian Chronicles, Bk. 3). Lawrence Watt-Evans. The author of more than thirty novels, over one hundred short stories, and more than one hundred and fifty published articles, Watt-Evans writes primarily in the fields of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and comic books. His short fiction has won the Hugo Award as well as twice winning the Asimov's Readers Award.

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In The Dragon Society Arlian returns to Manfort, the city that is home to The Dragon Society, whose sworn purpose is to stand . This is the 2nd book in the Obsidian Chronicles series and it is not a disappointment. I feel that this series and the author are both under-rated.

In The Dragon Society Arlian returns to Manfort, the city that is home to The Dragon Society, whose sworn purpose is to stand against the dragon menace, and whose foremost member had been Lord Enziet. Arlian must immediately deal with the consequences of Enziet's death. But what he finds is shocking, for the doomed Enziet believes that Arlian might well be the best hope humanity will ever have for defeating the dragons. It is not fantastic writing, nor a compelling.

This list of works by American science fiction and fantasy author Lawrence Watt-Evans. The Lure of the Basilisk (1980). The Seven Altars of Dûsarra (1981). The Sword of Bheleu (1982). The Book of Silence (1984). Out of This World (1993). In the Empire of Shadow (1995). The Reign of the Brown Magician (1996). Dragon Weather (1999). The Dragon Society (2001). The main chactacter of this series is Arlian, on a perilous mission to destroy all dragons.

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Would you know why?". Hardior didn't say much after you left," Toribor said. I have no idea what he has planned. Then who did speak?". Arlian asked, lunging. Arlian asked, lunging en were far too busy to say anything as they thrust and cut at one another. Toribor's sword blade slashed through Arlian's right sleeve, but no blood had been drawn when they separated again. Pulzera spoke," Toribor said

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The first novel in Lawrence Watt-Evans' Obsidian Chronicles: Dragon Weather.

The Obsidian Chronicles, Book 2. By: Lawrence Watt-Evans. Narrated by: Shawn Saavedra. Series: Obsidian Chronicles Series, Book 2. Length: 13 hrs and 31 mins. Categories: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, Epic Fantasy. weather that lured the dragons from their caverns deep beneath the earth. The Dragon Mage Wars, Books 1-2. By: Dean Cadman.

One Man Must Stand Against the Dragon Menace!It all began with Dragon Weather: a wave of incredible heat, oppressive humidity, dark angry clouds . . . and dragons. Dragons with no remorse, no sympathy, no use for humans; dragons who destroyed an entire village and everyone in it. Everyone, that is, except the young boy, Arlian.Orphaned and alone, Arlian was captured by looters and sold as a mining slave. Years later he escaped, fueled by years of hatred for the dragons, bandits, and slavers that took away his youth—and a personal vow to exact retribution from those who have wronged him. Arlian seeks out The Dragon Society, whose sworn purpose is to stand against the dragon menace. What he learns there is shocking: that he may well be the best hope humanity will ever have for defeating the dragons . . . permanently.
Quendant
Although I always enjoy these books this time the latter half of reading it was during being ill and I believe being able to read portions within closer spans of time really helped the momentum of the story progress. Firstly, I was glad to start with lower expectations from other reviews here because I found it to be anywhere but boring except perhaps a bit drawn out in some portions. I love how things worked out even if you knew they must...but it's HOW they come about that gives these books life. Watt-Evans never ceases to enhance the story with nuance details when you least expect them to be a fascinating addition to the story. I enjoy his style and thought process of the main character and crew in this series and among his others. I can only hope the last book to be just as much a winner if I go by what others put. Regardless I enjoy employing more of this thinking style if ever I could on at least a temporary basis. And being ill makes for the need of a good book. I was long overdue in progressing toward the resolution of this series... as I do customarily. At worst this was my personal aid in my own war against a nasty headcold which made for a more pleasant excuse for lack of bed rest. But that's probably the cold medicine talking...or lack thereof. Great twist in the end imho like the first-really comes from nowhere.
Mustard Forgotten
I am an avid reader of science fiction and fantasy, and have been for years. Needless to say, I have read my share and more of dragon stories, and if there is a common characterization of dragons I usually recognize it within the first chapter. One of the reasons I like this incarnation of the old dragon theme is that Watt-Evans has done something new and truly imaginative. I also particularly like the way that all the elements in the narrative work together to create not just a vivid world, but one that is internally consistent and reasonable unto itself.
This particular book is the middle of a trilogy, but it is quite as good- and just as full of interesting surprises- as its cohorts. If you have not read the fist book (Dragon Weather), I highly recommend starting there. This is not the kind of series where one can begin in the middle and get the full impact of the story. However, perhaps because of that, I found that once I started I was inexorably drawn through all three books in rapid succession. So if, like me, you sometimes find yourself staying up much too late when you are reading a good book... consider yourself warned.
Super P
There is a lot of fast paced action in this book that make it worth reading. After "Dragon Weather" it is a bit of a let down. It's understandable since the Obsidian Chronicles was planned out as a trilogy, the middle is usually just setting things up for the final chapter. That is exactly what we see here, the slowing down of the overall story for the sake of making the trilogy complete. It's still a good book, just not exactly what you would hope for after the 1st one.
Vertokini
Arlain a boy who's family we're killed by dragons swear vengeance on the race of dragons. Many call him mad. Arlain is dedicated! This book was a great addition to the obsidian chronicles. It's was a book a couldn't put down. Makes for a late night :-).
Hiclerlsi
_Dragon Society_ picks up where _Dragon Weather_ left off. Though, as the title suggests, most of the plot revolves around Arlian's place within the society and the politics that ensue. The first book had more action, but this one more firmly develops the characters and prepares you for third book that will inevitably come - _Dragon War_ perhaps?
Charyoll
This is a different take on dragons and a new idea on how they come to exist. This is a new world in which humans and dragon are again enemies and the world depends on one unlikely hero of a dark nature.
Bloodhammer
love the book so far almost finished and i will ready got the second book cant wait to find out what happens
Enjoyed Dragon Weather, the first in the series. 2nd and 3rd in series will not disappoint.