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Overall this book had a few good bits of historic DL knowledge, primarily the legacy of the Ram Horn and again, as in most of these Dragon War era books some good references to the DRagon Gems.
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Jul 07, JJ rated it really liked it. Each of the three tales is robustly told with vigorous, engaging writing. Dragons and magic and battles and wonders are plentiful throughout the book. The one thing I found most unfortunate about the tales told is that the protagonist of the final story is named Iydahoe. This is silly, even for a fantasy-fiction name, and significantly distracting.
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But despite his ridiculous name, Iydahoe's story is as entertaining and compelling as the other two. This first volume in the Dragonlance Lost Histories is a very good read indeed. There's something about the Dragonlance Lost Histories novels, and this one in particular, that arrests my attention. The story of a people from the beginnings of their unique culture through connections to broader events in the history of Ansalon and a particularly captivating apocalypse survival story, The Kagonesti is a great example of fantasy world building and myth-making.
May 26, Sarah Ehinger rated it liked it. This was more of a series of short stories outlining the history of the wild elves. As such, it didn't such me in the through my investment in the characters. It did fill in some interesting back story. Beginning my journey into the Lost Histories of Krynn. Sir Kamford Willis and Highbulp Toofer. Oct 14, Jim C rated it really liked it. A book that is set in the world of Dragonlance. This one tells the story of the wild elves. It is actually three short stories in one book and they tell the story about the Kagonesti during specific events and how these events affected them.
I enjoyed this book as it was different from your normal everyday book. The three stories dealt with different time periods and each had its own set of characters. This read like a history book but detailed that history with anecdotes. The first one dealt wit A book that is set in the world of Dragonlance. The first one dealt with how the wild elves received their name.
The other two stories dealt with two major events that happen in this universe. I loved how the author linked this book with these events.
The aspect that I really liked about this book was just not the portrayal of the wild elves but it also detailed other races and their interaction between races. It showed how some races handle this interaction with dignity while others do not. I have always enjoyed this faction of the elves and this book strengthened my beliefs. If you are looking for a fantasy book that gives an inside look to one race and how they survive this is a book I would recommend.
Apr 28, Dark-Draco rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy-series , favorites. I really enjoyed this, although I probably would have had more benefit from it if I had read a few more of the Dragonlance novels first and I would have liked to understand the events in the wider context of the whole saga. But they were good stand alone stories too and I really felt for the wild elves, their struggle to stay free and wild was really poignant. Very sad in places too, but overall they left you with a good feeling.
My favourite was probably the last one, as the battle to stay inde I really enjoyed this, although I probably would have had more benefit from it if I had read a few more of the Dragonlance novels first and I would have liked to understand the events in the wider context of the whole saga. My favourite was probably the last one, as the battle to stay independent from the other races of Krynn is so more important.
Jun 11, Lana rated it it was amazing. A book which I thoroughly loved reading, I am such a fan of the elves and the kagonesti are so beautiful, wild and free and so in tune with nature!! Dec 11, Tom rated it liked it. Niles has completed a huge story in a few pages with this novel. The time covered is amazing in itself, but the great thing about it is that it is like getting three short novels in one book.
A very fun read! The only thing I would like to have seen is three books instead of one. The individual "Pathfinder" stories were good but a longer more in depth story would have been even better.
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Still, a great, easy, read. Jan 01, Anne rated it really liked it. A slow start, but a good book. It follows elves and their descendants through three major times in their history, the last being apocalyptic.
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The first third had me wondering if I should continue reading it. Right around the end of it, I wanted to know more, which propelled me into reading the second and third parts.
Over all, a good read. I would read it again. Aug 02, Lawrence L rated it it was amazing. Another book about elves yes they are one of my favorite races. This one chronicles the lost race of elves known as the Kagonesti. Find out how their history differs from their cousins the Silvanesti and the Qualinesti. Sep 02, Kyle K rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy-dragonlance. From the time of Silvanos, the Wild Elves have separated themselves and have been led by a Pathfinder through the wilderness.
This story follows a group of these leaders over the ages up to the time of the Cataclysm. Sep 18, Tim rated it really liked it.
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It's good. It feels like three different stories. Douglas writes better than some of the other Dragonlance authors. Oct 04, Joel Norden rated it it was ok. Not the best book I've read from Niles, but a great info novel if your curious about The Kagonesti. Jun 20, Tawni Dean rated it it was amazing.
I liked this book a lot the relationships and struggles in it are inspiring. Sep 24, Mariana rated it liked it Shelves: fantasy. Good story. You kinda dislike the main character because he is so abnoxious. Jan 21, Stella marked it as to-read. Mar 05, Philana Walker rated it really liked it Shelves: adolescent-bliss.
For those of us who love elves, this book gives us insight into their struggles and triumphs. A very detailed history. Great fun to read. Nov 07, Elaine Reinhard rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy. Marc rated it really liked it Dec 29, Steven Lutman rated it it was amazing Sep 21, Chris rated it it was amazing Aug 07, Todd rated it it was amazing Dec 25, Alan rated it really liked it Mar 14, Paul rated it it was amazing Jan 11, Justin Stade rated it liked it Jul 27, Morgan Mendenhall rated it it was amazing Nov 20, Tabi rated it it was amazing Jan 19, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Readers also enjoyed. About Douglas Niles. Douglas Niles. Douglas Niles is a fantasy author and game designer. He enjoys playing his guitar, cooking, and visiting with family. Other books in the series. Dragonlance: Lost Histories 6 books. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text. Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamp s.
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