Margaret Weis

Margaret Weis was born and raised in Independence, Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri, Columbia, graduating in 1970 with a BA degree in Literature and Creative Writing. In 1983, she moved to Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, to take a job as book editor at TSR, Inc., producers of the DUNGEONS & DRAGONS® role-playing game.

A Rumor of Dragons

A Rumor of Dragons

The first part of the 'young readers' edition of Dragons of Autumn Twilight.

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Dragonlance Chronicles Special Edition

Dragonlance Chronicles Special Edition

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This beautiful new leatherbound edition of the Dragonlance Chronicles saga marks the first time this story has ever been available for purchase in a premium format. A leather, embossed cover and gilt-edged pages bring a new level of sophistication to the three titles collected inside: Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, and Dragons of Spring Dawning. This annotated edition will display beautifully on any shelf and marks the Chronicles trilogy as one of the true classics in fantasy literature.
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The Reign of Istar

The Reign of Istar

From Wizards.com: This collection of tales is edited by the creators of the Dragonlance mythology. The Reign of Istar contains a number of short stories by popular Dragonlance authors as well as a novella by Weis and Hickman.

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Chronicles Trilogy Gift Set

Chronicles Trilogy Gift Set

This three-book set is perfect for collectors and an ideal gift for readers unfamiliar with the Dragonlance setting. The Chronicles Trilogy -- Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Dragons of Winter Night, and Dragons of Spring Dawning -- is enclosed in a hard-sided slipcover case featuring the stunning cover art by Matt Stawicki from the series.

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The Cataclysm

The Cataclysm

From Wizards.com: This collection of tales is edited by the creators of the Dragonlance mythology. The Cataclysm contains a number of short stories by popular Dragonlance authors as well as a novella by Weis and Hickman.

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Legend Gift Set

Legend Gift Set

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Series: Legends, Book 4
Genre: Novels
Tags: Core, Classic Era

The Legends gift set is a 3-volume edition of the classic Legends trilogy, which tells the story of Raistlin and Caramon, and their trials following the War of the Lance. A must-read for any Dragonlance fan.

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The Best of Tales Vol. I

The Best of Tales Vol. I

From Wizards.com: Fantastical monsters and dragons of every hue. Accursed wizards and mysterious villains. Deadly battles and otherworldly spectacles. The untold adventures of the beloved Companions. Here are the collected best short stories of the original Dragonlance Tales series, unfolding a world of heroism, magic, and fantasy. It is a treasury for loyal fans of the saga, and for new readers it is an enthralling introduction to the world of Krynn.

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The Annotated Dragonlance Legends

The Annotated Dragonlance Legends

From Wizards.com: This annotated version of Time of the Twins, War of the Twins, and Test of the Twins contains extensive notes from New York Times best-selling authors Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman, as well as commentary from the original members of the Dragonlance setting conceptual team. The titles in this collection, though now almost two decades old, continue to be among the most popular books in the entire publishing line from Wizards of the Coast, Inc. You can also order signed copies from Margaret Weis.com.

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  • Memorable Quotes

    The average Solamnic Knight is an ignorant, superstitious dolt, who believes all the dark tales about wizards told to him by his nursery maid in order to frighten him into keeping quiet at night, the consequence of which he expects me to start leaping through camp naked, gibbering and ranting and transforming him into a newt with a wave of my staff. Not that I couldn’t do it, mind you.

    — Magius, Dragons of a Vanished Moon