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The Irda: Dragonlance Lost Histories, Vol. 2 (The Lost Histories) de [Baker, Linda]
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In the Beginning . . .

Given life by gods, the Ogres were the most intelligent and beautful of the early races on Krynn, and they reigned supreme in their perfect kingdom . . .

Until that fabled race was weakened by clan rivalries and evil ambition, their downfall orchestrated by the hand of the Dark Queen, Takhisis . . .

Until the once-proud Ogres were cursed by their own mistakes and transformed into one of Krynn's most ugly, despised, and villainous species . . .

All except a small group, the Irda, who learned to accept goodness, fight for their freedom, and escape to build a utopian civilization of their own on a paradise island in the Dragon Isles.

The Irda

The Lost Histories Series probes the historical roots and epic struggles of the heretofore little-known peoples of Krynn. Author Linda P. Baker sheds light on thelegendary origins of this mysterious race, The Irda.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
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  • Longitud de impresión: 324
  • Editor: Wizards of the Coast (13 de diciembre de 2011)
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Amazon.com: 3.3 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 23 opiniones
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great Story...though leaves questions... 27 de septiembre de 2002
Por Dj Toasty - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo Compra verificada
This was an outstanding book. The plot was very well developed, the writer had a very good grasp of the overall "DL" saga, and she new her races of krynn. Now for the problems:

(1) This was the biggest and most frequent problem I had with this book. The Events would jump for one thing to the next, without filling you in on how it happened. Example: The characters would be in one town in one paragraph, and a whole new one in the next, and the author doesn't tell you how that character did it.

This book was full of that. There was very little or no transitional material at all. That can be very annoying. In one part of this book, one character was sitting in a hotel bar, and the story leaves him, when it comes back to him, he is locked in a castle dungeon, and you left asking huh? Because there is no explination on how he got there other than that he was captured.

Those Jumps are my only problem with this book. If you can deal with that, then by all means this is an outstanding book. If that would annoy you, you might want to skip this one.

My advice for Mrs. Baker: Its called "Transitional Material", look into it, because those jumps are annoying.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A Tumultuous Beginning 16 de mayo de 2013
Por Kimberlee Vantassel - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
The Irda is a raw and gut-wrenching chronicle of the distillation of the peaceful Irda from the miasma of the Ogre civilization. Per usual, it is the fault of those pesky humans...
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Lesson learned 3 de abril de 2013
Por Jason - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
Though this novel seemed to drag, it provided some insight to the fall of the ogre race. Hoping that reading it a second time will clear some things up.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A very original work 18 de febrero de 2006
Por Kyle Kritscher - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
Not the best book from the Dragonlance world, but a pleasurable read none the less. The truly intriguing thing about this book, is that I could not tell which characters were the antagonists and which ones would ultimately become the heores. Every chapter was a guessing game, following Khallayne's selfish desires, then Lyrralt's, then Jyrbian's, never really being told who the champion of the Irda was going to be. It could have been all of them or none of them at all, and that is was makes this such a solid read. Fantasy books sadly, can become quite predictable and this book was anything but that. Another point I enjoyed about this book was the setting. Imagine having a wonderful gift that could significantly alter your life for the better, but the pratice of it was illegal. Not only that, imagine living in a society where any teaching contrary to the status quo brands you as a heretic and worhty of death. The conflict and plot is thick and other than a few glossed over character transitions or spans of time this novel is a pleasant change from the mainstream yet still true to the Dragonlance saga. Probably the best thing about this book is no other Dragonlance novels need to be read before opening this one. This story is not entertwined into others and proudly stands alone.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Starts slow and ends too quickly 16 de diciembre de 2003
Por Russell P. Horton - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: Libro de bolsillo
This book follows a group of characters, mostly Ogres, in the months that lead up to the downfall of Ogres from the favored of the gods to the brutal beasts that most people know them as. It also explains how the Irda separated from the Ogres, and how they ended up on the Dragon Isles.
I think this book could only appeal to fans of the Dragonlance world and would be confusing to those who've never read Dragonlance. Overall it is a decent novel, but it starts very slowly and ends too quickly. Instead of a sweeping history of the Irda, it is a snapshot of the downfall of the Ogres. Instead of relating the history of the Irda through the War of the Lance or even the Chaos War, it ends with their arrival at the Dragon Isles. I think this topic could probably have been handled in a short story, rather than a novel.
Due to the extremely slow start, it is very hard to become attached to any of the characters. Even after one begins to relate to some of the characters, they do things that seem inconsistant with their character quite often.
True fans of the Dragonlance series should read this, as it does give some insight into the fall of the Ogres. Anyone who wants to start reading the Dragonlance series should stay away from this one until you're hooked- else it might scare you away!
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