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  • Title: Knights of the Crown
  • Author: Roland J. Green
  • ISBN: 9780786901081
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Knights of Solamnia were the greatest order of chivalry in the history of Krynn.All those who wish to become Solamnic Knights must first enter as squires of the Knights of the Crown, with whom they begin their training in the virtue of loyalty.This is the story of Sir Pirvan the Wayward, whose reluctant and inauspicious beginnings as Pirvan the Spell Thief bore few cluThe Knights of Solamnia were the greatest order of chivalry in the history of Krynn.All those who wish to become Solamnic Knights must first enter as squires of the Knights of the Crown, with whom they begin their training in the virtue of loyalty.This is the story of Sir Pirvan the Wayward, whose reluctant and inauspicious beginnings as Pirvan the Spell Thief bore few clues to his potential as a Knight of the Crown.
    Knights of the Crown The Knights of Solamnia were the greatest order of chivalry in the history of Krynn All those who wish to become Solamnic Knights must first enter as squires of the Knights of the Crown with whom the

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    1. Before we commence, I have one question Why is the knight on the cover wielding a lightsaber Well, of course it isn t a lightsaber There is nary a Jedi in sight in this book The only knights you ll find here are Solamnic knights, and not a great many of them either I must admit, if there is one reading weakness I do possess, it is a lingering affinity for shared universe fiction It s a guilty pleasure, but sometimes these novels are pretty entertaining They also serve as a neat distraction betwe [...]

    2. Either this book was badly written or badly edited Some of the sentences made no sense whatsoever In once instance, the author stated that a ship had no neighbors, and none of them were lit up What Many sentences had to be read two or three times before I gave up trying to figure out what he was saying Other times, the way the author put things was just purely bizarre In some cases, I guess it would considered artistic, or poetic, but it was so out of place, it was distracting.I didn t finish th [...]

    3. A solid read overall Unique characters and a rather interesting plot The only problem I honestly had with the book was the Cover which had nothing to do with the book and the name of the book which didn t make sense really since the main character was a knight until the next book.A good story about a man s journey to knighthood though.

    4. TSR fantasy is or was always a cut over usual fantasy fare I enjoyed this tale and cannot wait to dig up the rest of this series.

    5. Might have been entertaining if not for the author s very annoying habit of not only turning a phrase but twisting it to the point of having to read it 2 3 times to make sure one understood what was trying to be conveyed Also there are several instances where major plot points are explained to another character but not to the reader, including the major point of why the quest is undertaken This authors writing style is too distracting to be enjoyable.

    6. Knights of the Crown is the story of very noble thief by the name of Pirvan who robs part of the dowery of Eskaia of House Encuintras, a path that puts him on the path to knighthood Little does he know, however, that the dowery he believes Lady Eskaia doesn t need is actually part of the ransom money for the betrothed of her bodyguard and friend Haimya When he tries to amend things, he finds himself hired instead to save the betrothed of the woman he is rapidly falling in love with When I first [...]

    7. This is the tale of a thief named Pirvan and the deeds he accomplishes which have him elevated into the Knights of Solamnia Just to be clear, it doesn t seem Pirvan is the rank of the book title throughout the story, but attains it by the next book This adventure takes place after Huma had expelled dragons from the world of Krynn, but the authors have allowed a situation in which they can still be present this has happened in at least one other story if there is a metallic good dragon still on A [...]

    8. I m not a big fan of fantasy themed stories, but I found many things to enjoy about this book I enjoyed picking up on some literature that is a bit advanced than I m used to dealing with, even so I didn t have to use the dictionary often at all unlike many recent books I ve read The characters all seemed to be very interesting and somewhat larger than life in their composure, which is something I like to see.Although I thought the story took a while to build up, the pay off later on in the book [...]

    9. This is a novel that takes place in the realm of Dragonlance It is about a story about a honorable thief who assists on a rescue mission I enjoyed this story and I liked the characters I enjoyed the ending to this story alot The problem with this book and the reason I gave it a three star rating is the author s writing style The book is done in a style of old English One would expect this is how actual knights talked back in the day This way of writing was distracting and took away from my enjoy [...]

    10. This is my second time reading this book as I just recently found it packed away The first time I read it was easily 10 15 years ago, but I still found it an engaging and enjoyable read The writing is surprisingly sophisticated for a book in this genre, but I found that it added to the experience rather than slowing down my enjoyment I would definitely recommend this to anyone who enjoys fantasy stories.

    11. The Knights of Solamnia greatest order of knights ever This story follows the trials of one unlikely soul who might just be worthy enough to bear the honor or the order.

    12. A great story about a thief with honor getting caught up in a quest that changes his profession from a thief to a knight.

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