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ISBN:0002247488
Author: Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman & Larry Elmore
ISBN13: 978-0002247481
Title: Guardians of the Lost: The Sovereign Stone Triology Book 2
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Language: English
Category: Fantasy
Publisher: VOYAGER; BCE First Edition, #12336. pages 500. edition (2001)
Pages: 592

Guardians of the Lost: The Sovereign Stone Triology Book 2 by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman & Larry Elmore



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Guardians of the Lost: Volume Two of the Sovereign Stone. Book 2 of 3 in the Sovereign Stone Series. Two hundred years after the action in Well of Darkness, the world of Loerem (conceived by fantasy artist Larry Elmore, who provides the stunning jacket art work) is plunged into war. Old hatreds and new combine with the struggle to recover all the pieces of the Sovereign Stone to uproot the characters, sending them running across lands turned hostile.

Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. found he was mistaken. His well-trained war horse, who would have alerted him had there been anyone lurking nearby, remained placid and calm, undisturbed, except by flies. During the day, while he proceeded with his investigation, Gustav tried every trick in the book-a book he could have writtento catch sight of the person who was dogging his steps. He watched for the glint that might have been sunlight reflecting off metal, but saw nothing. He made abrupt stops, trying to hear footfalls that continued on after his ceased.

Two centuries have passed since a piece of the Sovereign Stone - the portion belonging to the humans of Loerem - was lost. But there is one who can never forget: Gustav, a human Dominion Lord, who has made it his life's work to find the missing sacred artifact. Margaret Weis is a New York Times bestselling author. Her Dragonlance® series has sold over twenty million copies worldwide, and the first book in thatseries, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, is being made into an animated film by Paramount Pictures. From Publishers Weekly

Margaret Weis (born 1948 in Independence, Missouri) is an American fantasy novelist who, along with Tracy Hickman, is one of the original creators of the Dragonlance game world and has written numerous novels and short stories set in fantastic worlds. Other books you might like.

2001) (The second book in the Sovereign Stone series) A novel by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis.

Find nearly any book by Tracy Hickman Margaret Weis. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Time of the Twins: Dragonlance Legends, Volume I. ISBN 9780786918041 (978-0-7869-1804-1) Softcover, Wizards of the Coast, 2001.

II, the Sovereign Stone Trilogy. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. From a pair of prolific fantasy writers, a massive and for the most part monotonous continuation of events first seen in Well of Darkness (2000).

Guardians of the Lost is the second book of the Sovereign Stone trilogy. This story takes place 200 years after the events of the first book, with Loerem torn by war and strife. Prince Dagnarus, who has extended his life since becoming a Vrykyl, has amassed an army of vicious half-beast warriors to reclaim the throne he feels he was cheated of 200 years ago. He has also added to his ranks of Void magic born Vrykyl.

The Sovereign Stone series is a trilogy of fantasy novels set in the same universe of the Sovereign Stone Role-playing game. Both the books and the game were primarily written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. The novels are: Well of Darkness (2000). Guardians of the Lost (2001). Journey into the Void (2003). The first book was set during the reign of King Tamaros of Vinnengael, the most powerful Human kingdom and the father of Prince Helmos and his younger half-brother, Prince Dagnarus.

Reviews: 7
Skilkancar
Like the first book in the series, "Well of Darkness," I enjoyed reading it. Overall, it was written somewhat better than the earlier work. Weis/Hickman dropped a lot of the simplistic/childish atmosphere in the first book and wrote this one more for adults (that could be a function of the main characters actually BEING children in the first book). There are several logic holes/disagreements that irritate me about this book. But, they're easily forgiven. Also, the first book tended to portray Good as stupid and Evil as clever. In this book, the authors modified that a bit so that Good was merely weak, but, unfortunately, Evil is both clever and overwhelming. I don't know if that's an improvement or not. I'll have to wait until I finish the third book before I figure that out. If you've read the first book, this one is definitely worth reading, too.
Celen
This was a great series! I am a Dragonlance reader and this was right up that ally. Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman are excellent writers!
great ant
Sometimes middle volumes in a trilogy are lacking in exception because its already known there is yet another part to come....this defies that logic amd provides a good foundation for a great ending!
deadly claw
This book will keep you on your toes with betrayal, love and friendship driving your inevitability forward following the journey of pain.
Cenneel
What can I say about these Authors that you don't already know. This series is everything I expect and love from these two. The story keeps the pages turning the characters are as complicated as as anyone you may know. Awesome Read
Getaianne
Outstanding read, couldn't be happier. Definitely helped the time go by faster and the book was hard to put down.
Rrd
This is the second book in the Sovereign Stone trilogy, and it takes what we have learned from the first book, and turns it on its head! most of the society is different, but due to events in the first book, you can tell that a lot has changed!!
This book has a good story line and moves along quickly to an exciting conclusion. It would be enjoyable to all fans of fantasy novels.