Fire Sea: The Death Gate Cycle, Volume 3 (Google eBook)

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 18, 2008 - Fiction - 464 pages
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Abarrach, the Realm of stone. Here, on a barren††world of underground caverns built around a core of††molten lava, the lesser races -- humans, elves,††and dwarves -- seem to have all died off. Here, too,††what may well be the last remnants of the once††powerful Sartan still struggle to survive. For Haplo††and Alfred -- enemies by heritage, traveling††companions by necessity -- Abarrach may reveal more than††either dares to discover about the history of††Sartan... and the future of all their descendants.

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Review: Fire Sea (The Death Gate Cycle #3)

User Review  - Coffee - Goodreads

This is the first book of the series that caught my interest. I was on the edge between giving it a 3 or 4 star rating because the prophecy is mentioned regularly throughout the book, but if you ... Read full review

Review: Fire Sea (The Death Gate Cycle #3)

User Review  - Keziah Wallis - Goodreads

After the first two amazing books in The Death Gate Cycle the third book is somewhat of a disappointment. The story begins in an incredibly confusing vein with first person narratives from an unknown ... Read full review


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Margaret Weis is a New York Times bestselling author. Her Dragonlance(R) series has sold over twenty million copies worldwide, and the first book in thatseries, Dragons of Autumn Twilight, is being made into an animated film by Paramount Pictures. Warrior Angel is her first venture into romance, and it has been an exciting one. She has particularly enjoyed writing with her daughter, Lizz Weis, a former novel editor.

Tracy Hickman is a bestselling fantasy author best known for his work on Dragonlance, as a game designer and coauthor with Margaret Weis, while he worked for TSR. In all, Hickman wrote more than thirty novels in collaboration with Weis. He lives with his wife, Laura, and their four children.

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