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Stormblade (Dragonlance: Heroes) de Nancy…
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Stormblade (Dragonlance: Heroes) (edição: 1988)

de Nancy Var Berberick (Autor)

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A tale of adventure and heroics set at the end of the War of the Lance tells of dual quests--the rescue of Hauk, who has mysteriously disappeared, and the return of the coveted sword, Stormblade. Reissue.
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Título:Stormblade (Dragonlance: Heroes)
Autores:Nancy Var Berberick (Autor)
Informação:Wizards of the Coast (1988), Edition: First THUS, 352 pages
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I was never a reader of epic fantasy... and then I discovered the Dragonlance books and never looked back.
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  Tara_Calaby | Jun 22, 2020 |
I love this book- for the way it introduces a completely new set of characters and wraps your heart around them instantly, for the way it draws the different people from their homes and twines their lives together- but most of all for the brilliant, beautiful, and simply spectacular prolouge. It details the creation of a Masterblade, a process that so closely mirrors the creation of a story I was entranced. To quote, "As the bard hears, faint but clear, the elusive melody and secret harmonies of the song he was given his voice to sing, as the storyteller knows, deep within his bones, the words and silences of the tale he was born to tell…" Simply beautiful, don't you think? A must-read. ( )
  jerenda | Jan 20, 2016 |
This one touches on activities that happened in the first three books. We even see some of Tanis and Goldmoon as they negotiate their way into the dwarves city.
I enjoyed this book as it focuses on dwarves and their unique culture and history. Again the Dragonlance world is rich and exciting and certainly makes me yearn to play DnD again. ( )
  Ben_Harnwell | Apr 26, 2015 |
I really enjoyed this book. A nice story with a good adventure. I wish there was a little more on each character, but I guess the point wasn't necessarily the party members but the mission/goal. Often times it seems Dragonlance books either have time travel or going to a different plane, but this one was all on Krynn. ( )
  DCavin | Aug 18, 2014 |
A king sword, named Stormblade, has been forged in the mountain kingdom of Thorbardin, home of the dwarves. The sword seems to come at a much needed time. War is quickly approaching the dwarves will not be able to hide behind their stone walls much longer. But in the midst of the excitement, betrayal brews, and Stormblade is stolen and removed from the dwarven kingdom.

Years later rumor emerge of a sword that fits the description of Stormblade trickle into the mountains. Two rival clans quickly send search teams to retrieve the blade for whoever hold Stormblade will rule in Thorbardin.

In the truest sense of an adventure, we find an unlikely group of "companions" that struggle to protect the blade and return it its rightful owner and keep it out of the hands of evil. We find a young dwarf blacksmith, a human warrior, an elven ranger, and of course, the barmaid turned warrior woman (of a sort).

While much of this sounds typical of a fantasy novel, the story is put together in an amazing way that makes what could have been very stereotypical characters to life. We have love, hate, friends turned rivals, and rivals turned friends. There is of course magic and dragons and battle galore. My only real complaint was the ending. It opens the story up for so much more, but no more is ever written (at least not that I have been able to find).

4/5 ( )
  jasmyn9 | Feb 18, 2011 |
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To Cathy,
sometimes known as Rooney,
my lyt chwaer,
my little sister

As much as it may seem that we do, writers never work alone. After the last word of the tale is written, before the computer is set to transform all those ones and zeros into a story, one realizes that there are people to be thanked. It is the nicest part of writing a book.

Most especially, I thank Bruce, my husband and my best friend, for teaching me how to read maps and elevations, for his understanding and for his patience during all those days and nights when he must surely have thought nothing remained of his wife but ten fingers madly dancing on a keyboard. I'm back! My brother, Mark Varian, gifted me with "Tyrol's Song." Thank you, Mark, it's been a delight working for you.

For long-distance aid and comfort through just about every phase of Stormblade, I thank Doug Clark. As Lavim Springtoe might say, you don't have to see a friend to know he's there. (The holders of phone company stocks in New Jersey and New Mexico likely thank us both!)

Too, I would like to thank Lt. Bill Wiggins of the Morris Police Academy in Morristown, New Jersey, for providing me with some very helpful publications about wildfires.
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Historians call the years between 348 AC and 352 AC the War of the Lance.
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As the bard hears, faint but clear, the elusive melody and secret harmonies of the song he was given his voice to sing, as the storyteller knows, deep within his bones, the words and the silences of the tale he was born to tell, so the dwarf Isarn Hammerfell knew that Stormblade was the reason he had come to swordcrafting.
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Though in times past, in the years before the Cataclysm, it had been a city exactly like every other dwarven-built city, Thorbardin, the last of the once-great dwarven kingdoms, was now unique in Krynn.
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The German version of Stormblade is in two volumes: Das Schwert des Königs and Heldenblut. Please do not combine these.
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A tale of adventure and heroics set at the end of the War of the Lance tells of dual quests--the rescue of Hauk, who has mysteriously disappeared, and the return of the coveted sword, Stormblade. Reissue.

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