Crown of Thieves (Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Crown of Thieves (Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor, #1)
  • Ree Soesbee
  • English
  • 02 October 2017
  • 0786938331

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Crown of Thieves (Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor, #1) Elidor, The Beloved Elf Thief, Returns In This New Trilogy To Fight An Undead King And The Demons Of His Own Past Crown Of Thieves Continues A New Series Of Dragonlance Fantasy Adventures Written Specifically For Readers Ages And Up The Series Features A Group Of Young Companions Who Band Together For Friendship, Adventure, And Excitement During The Golden Age Of The

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10 thoughts on “Crown of Thieves (Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor, #1)

  1. Jim C says:

    This is oneentry in the young reader s novels that take place in Dragonlance This is the start of a trilogy which we learn the fate of Elidor His fate was left as a cliffhanger in the first series I would suggest reading that series first.My opinion on these young reader s books in this universe have been positive They are not masterpieces but they accomplish their mission Introduce new readers to this world and entertain This is the first book that I thought did not do that I was c This is oneentry in the young reader s novels that take place in Dragonlance This is the start of a trilogy which we learn the fate of Elidor His fate was left as a cliffhanger in the first series I would suggest reading that series first.My opinion on these young reader s books in this universe have been positive They are not masterpieces but they accomplish their mission Introduce new readers to this world and entertain This is the first book that I thought did not do that I was curious about Elidor and I like how we get his backstory And I was happy with the return of some characters while being introduced to new ones I have a complaint with some of the characters though I felt like established characters took a step back while a new one changed her whole disposition essentially off camera The other new characters were a delight I also felt that the plot contradicted itself on a couple of occasions That being said, there were two terrific scenes that I enjoyed wholeheartedly.This wasn t the best start of a new trilogy in this world I did like the cliffhanger and I look forward to exploring that plot I am just hoping the quality of writing improves

  2. Janet says:

    Crown of Thieves is a lively middle grade fantasy story that is best left for young readers Even some of today s young readers who are used to the combination of cool factor and determined heroism of young heroes like Percy Jackson, Ranger Apprentice Will and Harry Potter may have trouble with the persistent naivete and lack of skill in some of Soesbee s protagonists Soesbee shows us her characters almost exclusively through dialog I applaud her avoidance of excessive exposition, and agree th Crown of Thieves is a lively middle grade fantasy story that is best left for young readers Even some of today s young readers who are used to the combination of cool factor and determined heroism of young heroes like Percy Jackson, Ranger Apprentice Will and Harry Potter may have trouble with the persistent naivete and lack of skill in some of Soesbee s protagonists Soesbee shows us her characters almost exclusively through dialog I applaud her avoidance of excessive exposition, and agree that we do learn about people largely through what they say and do But this story tipped the balance a bit too far in the direction of a dialog based screenplay for me I wanted to knowand to be broughtinto their minds in order to engage with the characters the equivalent of the acting you see between the lines As an adult reader, I found the novel to be painfully derivative of Tolkien, in tone, style, and content Everything in it characters, scenery, daily details felt derived from ideas and imaginings from other novels There wasn t a breath of fresh, original creativity or real world vividness from research or life experience However, if Dragonlance is one of your favorite worlds to play in, the additional backstory and connections that you know about may render the story much richer for you Altogether, while Crown of Thieves irked me today, I might have found it enjoyable 25 years ago If you re prone to high fantasy trope fatigue, skip it, but if you re on a kick or a new enthusiast see what you think

  3. Frank says:

    This was nice read Lots of excitement and challenges And I would certainly like to read the next one in the trilogy.

  4. Teresa says:

    Written for the youth market, but fast fun I liked the other Dragonlance series so this wasof the same.