Death Gate Cycle

Death Gate Cycle

Postby Mark » Tue Apr 27, 2010 6:55 pm

I'm re-reading on old favorite fantasy series (a seven part series at that). Anyone else a fan? It was written by Wiess and Hickman of Dragonlance fame.
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Re: Death Gate Cycle

Postby drakkillus darksunn » Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:27 pm

Love these! Also a fan of their Darksword books.
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Re: Death Gate Cycle

Postby Foxbat » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:13 pm

And sitting on the opposite end of the spectrum... Foxbat.

Sorry, but I found the Darksword Trilogy an awful waste of my time. First 2.5 books I can deal with, but the ending... sheesh...

I was so let down by the ending of this series that I made a vow to never touch a Weiss & Hickman product ever again. Vow has been kept since 1988... I honestly feel one of my few purposes in life is to try to warn off others. (I realize it's a ridiculous purpose, but it's my purpose and I'm going to do my best to fulfill it...)

I realize this is my opinion based on my tastes and preferences, but, please... put the books down... It's for your own good...!
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Re: Death Gate Cycle

Postby Mark » Tue Dec 14, 2010 6:06 pm

I'll admit the Darksword trilogy didn't float my boat, but the Death Gate cycle is alot of fun. Their Dragonlance stuff seems......I dunno, a bit juvinile to me as I got older, but the Death Gate still rocks.

Pick your side....

Team Sartan or Team Patryn.

I'll go Team Patryn.
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