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The second title in a trilogy that explores the south of the Dragonlance world after the War of Souls.

Flight of the Fallen is the second title in a trilogy that centers around Linsha Majere, the grandchild of one of the central characters of the entire Dragonlance saga. This trilogy continues to advance the story of post-War of Souls events in the Dragonlance world and introduces a major new villain to the setting.

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  • 12-10-19

Such a disappointment of a hero of Dragonlance....

Linsha is such a strong , gentle and gullible hero... she gets her friends killed over dumb decisions and the obvious is lost on her...wont say anymore for those who want to read it....

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  • Jesse
  • 23-03-19

Fantastic.

I am continually impressed by the War of Souls Era. This trilogy truly captures the Dragonlance feel. The characters are all unique and interesting and very well written. I read the Weis and Hickman books as a teenager but life changed as it always does and sadly I put my hoopack down after Dragons of Summer Flame. Then one winters night about a year ago, Fizban knocked on my doorknob of head, and I picked up my hoopack as an adult and have gone wandering around Ansolon. Again great book.