Order of Margaret Weis Books - christmas-poem.infoAlong with Tracy Hickman , Weis is one of the original creators of the Dragonlance game world. Margaret Weis was born on March 16, , in Independence, Missouri. She discovered heroic fantasy fiction while studying at the University of Missouri MU : "I read Tolkien when it made its first big sweep in the colleges back in ," she said. I literally couldn't put them down! I never found any other fantasy I liked, and just never read any fantasy after Tolkien. Weis graduated from MU in with a bachelor's degree in creative writing and literature.
List of Dragonlance novels, chronological by author
In three previous novels, Skylan Ivorson overcame obstacles that would have defeated a lesser man, rising from obscurity to become the Chief of Chiefs of the fearsome Vindrasi who sail their living dragonships far and wide to raid and plunder for the Skylan Ivorson is the gods-chosen Chief of all Vindras clans. But the gods from who The Twins: Raistlin and Caramon, perhaps two of the most beloved characters in the annals of fantasy literature. One, an archmage who seeks to rule the gods themselves; the other, a noble warrior whose love for his brother is the reason he must stop
Margaret Weis is an American author of fantasy novels. She is best known for being one of the creators of the Dragonlance universe along with Laura and Tracy Hickman. Instead, she got a job as a book editor, which is where she was assigned to develop Dragonlance. She has also written other series mostly involving dragons , including the Death Gate series. The Mag Force series is co-authored with Don Perrin. The Angel series is co-authored with Lizz Weiss. The Dragon Brigade series is co-authored with Robert Krammes.
If you are new to the Dragonlance series, the sheer number of novels that have been published is overwhelming. One of the questions we get at the Nexus most often asks what order should someone read the Dragonlance novels. To coincide with the release of our newly revised comprehensive list of novels , I've revised my reading list to help you make sense of it all. For those that don't want to wait for the explanation, here's my short list these should be read in the order they appear in the comprehensive list :. The comprehensive list is divided two ways. The first is by time period, the second is by 'core' and 'supplemental' material.