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Publisher's Summary

From the lowest of the low will arise a hero...
This is the prophecy given by the god Reorx to Verden Leafglow, a reformed green dragon rejected by Takhisis, the queen of villainy. For good measure, Reorx tells the dragon to give the hero a helping hand.
"Forever Aghar".
But who is this mighty hero? Why none other than Bron, son of the leader of the gully dwarf tribe of Bulp. Befriended by Verden Leafglow, Bron must prove his mettle as the first Aghar hero when the gully dwarves are caught up in the struggles that follow the War of the Lance.
©1996 TSR, Inc. (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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By Adam on 05-20-15

Funny story, good reader

Story was funny and entertaining. The reader did a great job with the voices and narration.

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By Brandon on 12-24-14

Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser visit Krynn

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I liked this story - it's was lighter read than some of the other dragonlance and was an interesting subject. They story moved along well enough without too many slow parts and problems/small plot changes resolved quickly.

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I don't know if it's been a while since iIve read any of the Lankhmar tales or if the Barbarian whose name I can't remember and the other character named Cat bare more than a striking resemblence to Fafhrd and the Gray Mouser

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