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The Soulforge (Dragonlance: The Raistlin Chronicles, Book 1) (original 1998; edition 1999)

by Margaret Weis

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Title:The Soulforge (Dragonlance: The Raistlin Chronicles, Book 1)
Authors:Margaret Weis
Info:Wizards of the Coast (1999), Mass Market Paperback, 408 pages
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This was my absolute favorite Dragonlance book- here is where we learn the past of one of Dragonlance's most intriguing (not to mention popular) characters. I actually wrote a paper on this one (not easy to do with a fantasy book). Anyway, this is written by Dragonlance's best author in a very in-depth way that really explains Raistlin's character. If you read Dragonlance, read this one. ( )
  the1butterfly | Jul 29, 2007 |
Right up there in my list of the best books I've ever read. I don't think there is any one book I have read more times than The Soulforge. ( )
  Pegasus750 | Jan 24, 2007 |
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The alloys produced by early iron workers...were made by heating a mass of iron ore and charcoal in a forge or furnace having a forced draft. Under this treatment, the ore was reduced to the sponge of metallic iron filled with a slag composed of metallic impurities and charcoal ash. This sponge of iron was removed from the furnace while still incandescent and beaten with heavy sledges to drive out the slag and to weld an consolidate the iron...Occasionally this technique of ironmaking produced, by accident, a true steel...

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A mage's soul is forged in the crucible of the magic.

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0786913142, Mass Market Paperback)

A mage's soul is forged in the crucible of magic. Raistlin Majere is six years old when he is introduced to the archmage who enrolls him in a school for the study of magic. There the gifted and talented but tormented boy comes to see magic as his salvation. Mages in the magical Tower of High Sorcery watch him in secret, for they see shadows darkening over Raistlin even as the same shadows lengthen over all Ansalon.

Finally, Raistlin draws near his goal of becoming a wizard. But first he must take the drea Test in the Tower of High Sorcery. It will change his life forever -- if he survives.

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