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We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. As such, I was pleasantly surprised when it was announced that Renegade Wizards would be another Lucien book. The plot involves, of course, renegade wizards attempting to break away from the highly structured and rigid ways of the Orders of High Sorcery. The writing and prose were fluid and scenes flowed neatly from one to another. I enjoyed the opportunity to expand upon Par-Salian and Ladonna's background as well as the interwoven segue about Belize's rise to power connected directly to the Defenders of Magic trilogy.
I have noticed that Dragonlance authors have begun to exercise some discipline about telling stories within a framework that recognizes, acknowledges and respects events that occurred in other works. There has been times when I would question the veracity of certain events in other Dragonlance books because of the lack of precedence. Lucien has succeeded in neatly tying the various plots of this book to other books in the larger Dragonlance mythos. My only complaint about the book was that it was way too short; the ending seem rushed.
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Some authors like to unnecessarily pad their stories but Lucien's exposition and plot often left me hungering for more details. I am no writer but I am confident that the author will do well in his first trilogy. The use of wild sorcery or Wylding magic as it is called in this book as the driving force behind the main plot dovetails nicely into the "current" world of Dragonlance.
I had to smile a few times at the arguments presented by the various characters about the pros and cons for both wild and High sorcery. This is a most fascinating subject that hasn't been fully explored yet. Someone needs to redefine the magic the way Niles redefined the Knighthood in the Rise of Solamnia trilogy. Finally, it is about high time readers are treated to a main character who happens to be LGBT.
Yes, I know I might spoil it for some folks but I just want to heap some worthy praise upon the author for this. More like none that I know of or care to remember. I was doubly happy as the author used the concept of sexuality as a trying aspect of the dreaded Test. I don't need knights in rainbow armor or a flaming jester but it was sure nice to know that yes, there are finally some characters strong ones too I might add that some LGBT readers might identify with.