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The Lake of Death

Dragonlance: The Age of Mortals, Book 6
By: Jean Rabe
Narrated by: Pat Young
Series: The Age of Mortals, Book 6
Length: 8 hrs and 20 mins
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The latest title in a series based on characters from the best-selling War of Souls trilogy.

This title is the next in a series that explores the lives of key characters from Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman's New York Times best-selling War of Souls trilogy. The Lake of Death describes events that directly overlap events during the War of Souls and is an unofficial sequel to Rabe's Dhamon Saga trilogy. Author Jean Rabe is well known by both recent and long-term Dragonlance novel fans.

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  • 08-05-19

Dhamon my favorite character

A fitting end to Dhamon Grimwulf, Feral's love for him and his love for her will never die and a good build for Rahg being so talkative...I wish the book was longer, but what are going to do...don't listen to the other reviews they're all whiney haters who don't appreciate closure

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  • perrin435
  • 12-10-18

Worst yet

I had hoped that Jean Rabe would have continued her slow but steady path in the improvement of her place in the world of Dragonlance. But no, this book is by far the worst of her collection surrounding Dhamon. It was extremely shallow. Entire character personalities change from the previous book. For example, Raagh reads like he's a Kender now. And the narrator was horrible to, but not so much as to compare to the trash that is this book. The characters deserved much better than they got