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Amber and Blood

Dragonlance: Dark Disciple, Book 3
Narrated by: Leslie Bellair
Length: 7 hrs and 34 mins
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The Dark Disciple's story, now complete!

In this audio edition of the concluding volume of the Dark Disciple trilogy, Mina learns the truth about herself and the terrible knowledge drives her insane. Rhys, the monk of Majere, accompanied by his dog, Atta, and the kender Nightshade, is given the dangerous assignment of guarding the crazed god, escorting her on a long, strange journey to the mysterious place known as Godshome, where Mina hopes to find the answer to the riddle of her existence. Their path is fraught with peril, for the undead Beloved want to make Mina their leader, even as the death knight Krell wants to seize her and Galdar tries to deliver Mina to her most hated enemy.

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Satisfying conclusion to series

Even though dark disciple is no War of Souls but it is still worth a read by dedicated fans of dragonlance. i definitely enjoyed and am glad i made the effort however if you haven't read the War of Souls you will be completely lost i think or miss the significance of many things.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-12-2018

Amazing finale to an awesome series.

The Dragonlance Chronicles will always be my favorite. Thank you Margaret Weis for these adventures.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-10-2018

Fabulous

Excellent story. Reiss and Nightshade have taken a place next to the original characters. Fabulous

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  • Jacob Lowery
  • 28-09-2018

really good book

Overall it's really good, the narrator is great but turns Gerard into a country bumpkin which grates on my nerves.

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  • Jessica
  • 01-04-2018

Great conclusion to the trilogy.

The story was great. The incredible narrator, Leslie Bellair, brought life to characters. I had read the hard copies of the first two but feel like I missed out after hearing this one.