Well Of Darkness: Volume One Of The Sovereign Stone Trilogy by Margaret WeisWell Of Darkness: Volume One Of The Sovereign Stone Trilogy by Margaret Weis

Well Of Darkness: Volume One Of The Sovereign Stone Trilogy

byMargaret Weis, Tracy Hickman

Mass Market Paperback | September 4, 2001

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Second in line for succession to the throne, Prince Dagnarus will have his crown...and his queen -- though his heart's prize is a married elfin beauty. Let his hated half-brother Prince Helmos and the Dominion Lords dare to oppose him. For Dagnarus's most loyal servant has ventured into the terrible darkness, where lies the most potent talisman in the realm. And once it is in the dark prince's hand, no power will deter his Destiny.

Second in line for succession to the throne, Prince Dagnarus will have his crown...and his queen -- though his heart's prize is a married elfin beauty. Let his hated half-brother Prince Helmos and the Dominion Lords dare to oppose him. For Dagnarus's most loyal servant has ventured into the terrible darkness, where lies the most poten...
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Title:Well Of Darkness: Volume One Of The Sovereign Stone TrilogyFormat:Mass Market PaperbackPublished:September 4, 2001Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0061020575

ISBN - 13:9780061020575

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from A fun read At least the series starts off well
Date published: 2014-06-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good Read... This book is a nice read for any fantasy lover. Though it isn't as grand as Weis&Hickman's Dragonlance Series, the Soverign Stone Series is unique and enjoyable. Reccomend it to anyone whose waiting for Weis & Hickman to put out another Dragonlance Series, in the mean time, enjoy this one as a distraction. Cheers.
Date published: 2003-07-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sorely lacking Given what Weiss and Hickman are capable of, I was quite disappointed with Well of Darkness . Beginning with long boring explanations of Elven politics, the plot starts to get interesting halfway through the book, but quickly becomes morbid. Also lacking is the humourous characters in many of their earlier works.
Date published: 2003-03-27

Editorial Reviews

"A classic tale of the rivalry of two half-brothers...unleashing a war of all against all." (Publishers Weekly)