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The book ends on a cliffhanger after a pretty eerie and haunting scene, not to mention the big reveal at the end about one of the characters. It gave me my daily dose of word-intake, but I could have spent my afternoon reading something better. Other books in the series.

Her writing isn’t the strongest, but she is so creative and does things with Krynn that no other writer of DL books has that I’ve read. Not really contributing to anything.

Il riscatto di Dhamon. La saga di Dhamon. DragonLance: 3: Jean Rabe, R. Sorgo: : Books

That being said, I like Fetch, the kobold, and I like Maldred, the ringleader, really, of the band of thieves, but I don’t like Rikali, the annoying half-elf who calls Dhamon “lover” and acts like a lovesick little girl around him but then tries to be so tough. Sure would be nice if they actually died. The characters are sufficiently chiselled that they are distinct, fun to read about and grumpy enough to be interesting.

Steven Lutman rated it it was amazing Sep 21, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rusty Schaeffer rated it it dhamin amazing Jan 09, Want to Read saving…. Cauthon rated it liked it.


Stuart Saam rated it it was amazing Aug 06, There isn’t so much of a climax so much as the book bumbles into some situations DnD style and then abruptly stops when it could’ve gone on for another pages. The big question this book asks – and pretty much the premise of the book – is just how bad a person can be before they cannot be redeemed, and how far a man can fall before he loses his soul.


There are some positives in this book though. I also enjoy her creativity. Apr 23, Matthew Holloway rated it really liked it.

Preview — Redemption by Jean Rabe. When I am not writing, I toss tennis balls to my cadre of dogs. Shawn Walsh rated it really liked it Jan 25, Return to Book Page. So, I think what happened is that Rabe had the chance to do her own thing with Krynn, which she did in the Dragons of a New Age trilogy, a series that had a broad scope as well as focusing on specific characters, like the original Saga. Crystal rated it liked it Oct 09, Shane Mason rated it liked it Oct 06, Chris Roberts rated it liked it Dec 20, Cody Morgan rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Again, go easy on Rabe, who did the best she could.

Downfall (Dragonlance: Dhamon Saga, #1) by Jean Rabe

Now this is the first volume in a trilogy, with the second titled Betrayal and third Redemption so things will probably change for Dhamon. Zach Adams rated it liked it Mar 22, And Dhamon is an interesting character – once dark dhamin, then hero and the chosen one of Goldmoon and Palin Majere – and now, well, scum.

Third, I really like that Rabe centers major story lines around different types of characters. Fiona wants to save her brother from one of the dragon overlords hiding out in dhaamon southern swamps while being really bad at her job.


Ilbreth ultimately comes off as more sympathetic just from the way he’s treated and what happens to him at the end of the novel. It’s almost like the GM suddenly had to go to a family barbecue one session and just left the other players hanging. Why go with this idea pa sell the book? Chris rated it really liked it Jun 21, Maybe it was because I jumped into this series with the last book I am bad about ce thatbut I was just not impressed.

Published October 1st by Wizards of the Coast first published Jan 04, Lana rated it liked it. Jul 14, Fco. All in all, this book, like the first in Rabe’s Dragons of a New Age trilogy, starts out slowly but gets better as it moves along.

When I am not writing, I toss tennis balls to my cadre of dogs. I have to agree with pretty much every review both here and on Amazon that mentions her; Rikali is an obnoxious, screeching headache that adds nothing to the book.

Refresh and try again. First, I don’t like that this book only has fifteen chapters–they’re all long, and the book is very episodic at the beginning.