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The Best of Tales: Volume Two

A Dragonlance Anthology
Narrated by: Garrick Hagon
Length: 12 hrs and 18 mins
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Summary

The legendary times of the Kingpriest, the Reign of Istar, and the War of the Lance. Tales of the wrath of gods, the clash of dragons, the emergence of foul villains and shining heroes.

Here are collected the best short stories of the Dragonlance Tales II series. For new readers, this is your invitation to a world of wondrous adventure and fantasy, while for longtime followers of the Dragonlance saga, this is a collector's edition of indispensable stories.This volume includes an exciting fast-play adventure by Tracy Hickman set in the world of Dragonlance.

Dragonlance fans will be thrilled to read this follow-up to The Best of Tales, Volume One.Contents"Six Songs for the Temple of Istar" by Michael Williams"The Voyage of the Sunchaser" by Paul B. Thompson and Tonya C. Carter"The Three Lives of Horgan Oxthrall" by Douglas Niles"Filling the Empty Places" by Nancy Varian Berberick"The Goblin's Wish" by Roger E. Moore"Off Day" by Dan Parkinson"Ogre Unaware" by Dan Parkinson"Clockwork Hero" by Jeff Grubb"No Gods, No Heroes" by Nick O'Donohoe"Colors of Belief" by Richard A. Knaak"Lorac" by Michael Williams

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The Best of Tales Volume Two Part One Review

These stories were very entertaining and were of the typical high standard of narrative that is from Dragonlance. I listened to Garrick Hagon's voice astutely and was pleased with the product.