When Sindri Suncatcher's friends lie to him and the hunter who once vowed to imprison him now shows himself as a true friend, Sindri has difficult trusting and as he enters a mechanical maze, he must tackle his final lesson on trust.
Being the second one in the series, I had my doubts about this book. The first opened so well with so many characters being introduced and being made interesting. This one did not disappoint. I read it in two days and the villain is one of the most evil I've seen. Sampson does a good job of handling a main hero that is a kender. I've read bad kender books (Kendermore) and this is not a worry. One of the best points in the book is the underground maze and the main hero Tayt. SHe shone in this book as a spellflich and I cannot wait until the next read. Overall, great second venture into the world of Dragonlance.
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super good read for all ages and anyone who is a fan of Dragonlance
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