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  • Kendermore

  • Dragonlance: Preludes, Book 2
  • By: Mary Kirchoff
  • Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
  • Length: 11 hrs and 16 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)

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Kendermore

By: Mary Kirchoff
Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
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Summary

Before the War of the Lance, carefree kender Tasslehoff Burrfoot is enjoying the company of his friends at the Inn of the Last Home when a bounty hunter arrives and charges him with desertion for violating the kender laws of prearranged marriage. But Tasslehoff’s intended has pulled a disappearing act of her own. The race is on to see who gets dragged to the altar first in a tale of adventure replete with magic, monsters, and mayhem.

©1989 TSR, Inc., Copyright 2003 Wizards of the Coast LLC. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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  • Bryan Pugh
  • 03-09-18

One criticism

I felt the voicing was good. The only criticism I have is that the author doesn’t seem to have a sense of humor. For such a hilarious book he drained the humor to a steady progression. Still very worth a listen.

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  • Jed Dornoff
  • 17-06-15

Love me some Kender

Great book. Voice performance could be bit more diverse. Some characters sound the same and I have to rewind to figure out what character is speaking. And this book has a fun story but a very abrupt ending that doesn't make complete sense.

PLOT SPOILER ... I was not sure where the tornado / lightning storm / fire started or how it really got stopped and put out. Plus no story ever addresses Tass's missing parents. Am I missing something?

Otherwise, I love the Kender folk and story.

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  • Jesse of the Jungle
  • 08-09-22

A waste of a Tasslehoff story -

I find it hard to believe that the same author also co-wrote Wanderlust. Why do the flagrantly loose dwarf hussy & the charlatan conman "dr" receive the same / more screentime as the actually interesting characters i.e. the kender?? The read has some good notes, but It's a shame you chose to squander a Tasslehoff story in order to what? Market to the sex-crazed 13 year old demographic? Paul Beohmer does a decent job, there are far worse narrators in this genre.

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  • Orange
  • 14-08-22

one of the best

One of my FAVORITE dragonlance books. I thought it minutes be all about kenders but not at all. But I have often wondered what kendermore would be like and it was SO MUCH BETTER than I had imagined.

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  • Mr Dangerous
  • 14-05-22

Ehhh just okay...

It was okay. A little silly at times. The adventure was just okay. Good as a sale book.

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  • Kevin Digou
  • 23-12-21

What happened???

What happen with Paul Boehmer voice? He did the Chronicles series and did a wonderful job voicing each character! In this he is Bland and no definition between the characters period what happen?

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  • Ronnie
  • 11-03-21

excellent

funny, well narrated (of course it's Paul) and a good story. I didn't expect such a good story out of a side book but don't underestimate the potential of a Kender.

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  • elena
  • 16-04-20

I can't stand this narrator. great story

this narrator makes my stomach churn. other than that I loved the story, one of the best among the spinoff Dragonlance books

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  • Jesse
  • 22-01-20

Kendermore

This book had me laughing out loud throughout most of it. But I’m a sucker for a good Kender Tale. Tas is captured by a bounty hunter (who happens to be a lust dwarf maid) for the crime of forgetting to get married...do yourself a favor. Get this book.

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  • Ryan & Frost
  • 26-08-18

wonderful

I enjoyed this book completely. I laugh at the antics of the Kenders. Although I do wish a second book about them would have came out or a series of book strictly about Tasslehoff and his adventures that would have been an interesting series to read. But I do highly recommend this book.