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Publisher Description

Lifelong friends, they went their separate ways. Now they are together again, though each holds secrets from the others in his heart. They speak of a world shadowed with rumors of war. They speak of tales of strange monsters, creatures of myth, creatures of legend. They do not speak of their secrets. Not then. Not until a chance encounter with a beautiful, sorrowful woman, who bears a magical crystal staff, draws the companions deeper into the shadows, forever changing their lives and shaping the fate of the world.

No one expected them to be heroes.

Least of all, them.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
February 1
Wizards of the Coast Publishing
Penguin Random House LLC

Customer Reviews

damianthor ,

Dragons of Autumn Twighlight

I've never written a review before but I can tell you I have read this book too many times to count. I first read it when I was about 13 I think. There was a book fair that came to my school library and I got this book for free. I was hooked afterwards. I read every dragon lance book I could get ahold of. I am now 36 and I'm in Iraq downloading this book so I can read it again. I recommend you do the same.

Johnny el coooool rockero ,

Dragons of Autumn Twilight

This is, like, one of the best book EVER!!! It’s just so awesome and amazing!

Saraneb ,


The series is not bad and is somewhat entertaining. Obviously it’s written with the younger reader in mind since it lacks the sophistication that would suit a more mature adult audience. Having been based on the ultra fantasy world of dungeons and dragons is also lacks a more realistic flavor of true medieval times. As a personal observation only, and though probably in an effort to widen the audience, it also seems to focus a little too much on the unrealistic personal relationships and love life of the characters and not enough on the potentially exciting action scenes and battles that could have been expanded on. However all that being said it is still worth the buy if one desires a fun series that doesn’t require to much thought.

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