The Covenant of the Forge




      The Covenant of the Forge
Explores the folklore and history of the dwarven clans of Krynn through the bickering clans reconciliation and the construction of the legendary Thorbardin By the author of Gates of Thorbardin. Original 150,000 first printing. Best Read [ The Covenant of the Forge ] author [ Dan Parkinson ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 309 pages
  • The Covenant of the Forge
  • Dan Parkinson
  • English
  • 11 October 2019
  • 1560765585

10 thoughts on “ The Covenant of the Forge

  1. Fco. Salvador says:

    No hab a le do nada de Dan Parkinson, y debo confesar que me ha sorprendido gratamente Sin caer en el defecto de un lenguaje excesivamente sencillo, su prosa logra transmitir velocidad e intensidad, sensaci n aumentada por la brevedad de los libros poco m s de 300 p ginas cada uno y su divisi n en m ltiples episodios de una decena de p ginas El ...

  2. Jim C says:

    I would give this a 2.5 rating.This takes place in the Dragonlance universe In this one, a tribe of dwarves are forced from their home and search for a new one They come upon other tribes of dwarves with each having their own differences and hatred of the other dwarves These tribes try to cohabitate and be the residence we come to know in the original trilogy.There were parts of this book that I believe to be excellent and parts where I plodded along That is the reason for my 2.5 rating The I would give this a 2.5 rating.This takes place in the Dragonlance universe In this one, a tribe of dwarves are forced from their home and search for a new one They come upon other tribes of dwarves with each having their own differences and hatred of the other dwarves These tribes try to cohabitate and be the residence we come to know in the original trilogy.There were parts of this book that I believe to be excellent and parts where I plodded along That is the reason for my 2.5 rating The author does a terrific job with each tribe and assigning them different traits and characteristics All dwarves are not alike And the author fits this book in nicely with the overall arc of this wo...

  3. Mark Buxton says:

    My name is Cale Greeneye, and my dreams of seeing far off lands is coming true Unfortunately, it s taken war against the humans to realize my ambitions We were content living inside the mountain, and we looked forward to trading with our neighbors during the annual Balladine celebration However, my father, Colin Stonetooth, became uneasy as chieftain of Thorin Our most dependable patrol failed to return from a mission, and thousands of armed humans amassed outside our walls among the regular My name is Cale Greeneye, and my dreams of seeing far off lands is coming true Unfortunately, it s taken war against the humans to realize my ambitions We were content living inside the mountain, and we looked forward to trading with our neighbors during the annual Balladine celebration However, my father, Colin Stonetooth, became uneasy as chieftain of Thorin Our most dependable patrol failed to return from a mission, and thousands of armed humans amassed outside our walls among the regular guests Our fears turned to violence when the strangers breached our defenses Now, I am leading thousands of survivors, as we search for Kal Thax An old dwarf spoke of this mythical land, and we hope to find our dwarven relatives for sanctuary My longing to scout the world has come at a costly price I always enjoy the characters in books, but this book made that difficult I tried to make connections to the characters, but many of the dwarves died shortly after their introduction and there...

  4. Pye Josephus Joestar says:

    Another great book in the series that ties everything together nicely from the previous books some pretty great battles and characters with great writing as well I loved all the call backs to previous events from the first two books The main character is fun to read about and it s easy to assume his role as you are reading, feeling the characters emotions as he makes the hard decisions and does what needs to be done regardless the outcome The villians were written very well in this volume Another great book in the series that ties everything together nicely from the previous books some pretty great battles and characters with great writing as well I loved all the call backs to previous events from the first two books The main character is fun to read about and it s easy to assume his role as you are reading, feel...

  5. Scott Block says:

    The reader of this was boring, boring, boring His voice was flat and monotone and he barely pauses between paragraphs or chapter breaks I was pretty disappointed and, while I am a huge Dragonlance fan and love stories about the dwarves, I wont be listening to the 2nd or 3rd books The reader of this was borin...

  6. Rob says:

    The war of dwarves It was neat to learn about different dwarven factions from the DragonLance setting Very little on how they came to be butcentered around how they differed at the time of the book.

  7. Badger Dubhghaill says:

    You can never go wrong with Dragonlance I don t think I ve ever read a bad DL book This is a great start to a trilogy.

  8. Igor Cebrian Muiño says:

    De las secuelas de Dragonlance son pr cticamente las nicas que valen la pena y Huma, por supuesto Muy buenos libros si se leen a la edad apropiada.

  9. Frank says:

    The stories are fun, but you won t fall in love with any of the characters The real story is in how the factions came to be, and not so much on the leaders You can get a bitin depth on a few of them in other Dragonlance novels I d categorize this under lore rather than a novel.

  10. Joel Norden says:

    A good solid start to the Dwarven nations I love how Dan fit in a lot of history, with out it being boring Very cool to see the founding of Thorbardin.

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