All 209 Dragonlance Books In Order

The Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game’s expansive shared universe serves as the backdrop for the Dragonlance books.

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Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman penned the first volume. Although, many other authors have since taken over to broaden the Dragonlance universe since the publication of the first Chronicles in 1984.

There are over 50 series that now make up the Dragonlance collection. They span multiple eras and are usually written in the third person.

All 209 Dragonlance Books in Order

Dragonlance is classed as a young adult fantasy series, but certain adaptations are suitable for younger audiences as well.

There are 209 books in the Dragonlance collection, which can be a terrifying number of books to take on. However, there is an easy order in which to read these books.

I have created a simple guide on which order to read all 209 Dragonlance books in.

About Dragonlance

The Dragonlance books are set in the magical realm of Krynn, which is home to humans, monsters, and magic.

The novels cover a variety of time periods, but the initial trilogy starts with the return of dragons to Krynn following the Cataclysm.

Two longtime friends will reunite for an adventure that will alter their lives and their future as the threat of war grows.

There is a variety of series featuring various characters in this vast universe, giving readers a better understanding of the overall setting. The volumes in the Dragonlance series can be read in a variety of ways.

No matter in which order you read these books, you should always start with The Holy Six. This is the original trilogy and sequel as it sets up the world that you will enter.

After that, you can either choose to read the books in publication order or series order, which is easier.

To make your life easier, I have compiled the easiest reading order for the Dragonlance series, which you can find below.

Dragonlance Original Chronicles Books In Order

Dragons Of Autumn Twilight (1984)

Dragons of Autumn Twilight: The Dragonlance Chronicles

The dragons, once just mythical beasts, have returned to Krynn. With their return, this means the departure of the healing magic and the old gods.

Lifelong friends, Tanis, Caramon, Sturm, and Raistlin see a woman use a blue crystal to heal a villager. They go on a quest to discover what happened to the old gods and magic.


  • Fantastic setup and world-building for the following books.


  • Some readers found the combat scenes implausible.

Other Books In This Series

Dragons of Winter Night: The Dragonlance Chronicles

Legends Books In Order

Time Of The Twins (1986)

Time of the Twins: Dragonlance Legends

Archmage Raistlin Majere creates a strategy to conquer the darkness in the terrible Tower of High Sorcery in Palanthas.

He can be stopped by just two people. One of them is Crysania, a gorgeous and devout Paladin cleric who makes an effort to utilize her faith to guide Raistlin out of the shadows.

The other is Caramon, Raistlin’s twin. After learning of his brother’s scheme, a distressed Caramon returns to the doomed city of Istar just before the Cataclysm. There, Caramon will take a stand to defend Raistlin’s soul.


  • Great insight into the character’s past and how the cataclysm affected the world.


  • Pacing issues.

Other Books In This Series

War of the Twins: Dragonlance Legends

Tales Books In Order

The Magic Of Krynn (1987)

The Magic of Krynn (DragonLance Tales, Book 1)

The Magic of Krynn consists of nine short stories which look into Raistlin’s shadowy past as well as the future of Caramon and his mage-son.

You will come across stories of hydra-headed serpents, ice bears, dark elves, sea monsters, and repulsive Draconian armies.


  • Easy collection of magic-based stories to read.


  • The writing styles of the different authors clash.

Kender, Gully Dwarves, And Gnomes (1987)

Kender, Gully Dwarves and Gnomes (DragonLance Tales, Vol. 2)

After losing a wager to a bearded dwarf, the three adventure-seeking sons of Caramon Majere find themselves kidnapped and forced onto a gnomish sailing ship. They are searching for the fabled Graygem.

In nine short adventures, the companions face off against dragons, magicians, and people who possess magical daggers.

While also enduring remarkable encounters with Krynn’s smaller nations.


  • Each story is full of adventure and humor.


  • Gully Dwarfs aren’t mentioned that much.

Other Books In This Series

LOVE & WAR-3 (Dragonlance Tales, 3)

Heroes Books In Order

The Legend Of Huma (1988)

The Legend of Huma: Dragonlance Heroes (Dragonlance: Heroes Book 1)

Huma Dragonbane, a Knight of the Crown, is dispatched to patrol the woods and quell mayhem when news gets out that goblins are prowling nearby.

He finds Kaz, a tortured minotaur, and rescues him from his nasty goblin captors.

Their unlikely but strong bond begins, one that will drag Huma and Kaz into a bloody conflict with the cunning Knights of Solamnia and the evil goddess Takhisis.


  • Interesting and likable characters to follow.


  • Some readers found the story a little predictable.

Stormblade (1988)

Stormblade: Dragonlance: Heroes, Book 2

An ancient dwarf-master crafts the formidable Stormblade deep within the underground kingdom of Thorbardin.

It is a kingsword that is meant to end the deadlock inside the Thanes’ executive council.

A series of thrilling and fatal events begin when Stormblade is taken and then turns up years later.

Only one brave dwarf is aware of the power of the famous blade, and he sets out to find it.


  • Plenty of adventure with an unlikely group of characters.


  • Certain characters need more depth.

Other Books In This Series

Weasel's Luck: Dragonlance Heroes (Dragonlance: Heroes Book 3)

Elven Nations Books In Order

Firstborn (1991)

Firstborn: Elven Nations Trilogy

The founder of the united eleven-nation Silvanesti, Silvanos Goldeneye, is laid in a crystal tomb.

His son Sithel, who is also the father of the dueling twins Sithas and Kith-Kanan, now assumes control of the clans.

When Sithel is killed, and Kith is indirectly connected, the conflict between the two brothers reaches terrible new levels.

A new elven kingdom emerges from the conflict, as the world of Krynn watches.


  • Wonderful introduction to the Silvanesti elves.


  • The first half of the book is a bit slow.

Other Books In This Series

Kinslayer Wars: Elven Nations Trilogy

The Terror Of Lord Soth Books In Order

Knight Of The Black Rose (1991)

Knight of the Black Rose: Ravenloft The Covenant

Lord Soth finally realizes that he has a price to pay for his long history of wicked actions in the legendary world of Krynn.

Evil forces carry Soth to Barovia, where the death knight must battle the terrifying vampire henchmen of Count Strahd Von Zarovich.

Yet, Lord Soth quickly learns that if he wants to leave the region of fear, he may have to work with the vampire.


  • Complex characters.


  • Not a true horror story, but more suitable for younger readers.

Specter Of The Black Rose (1999)

Spectre of the Black Rose: Ravenloft The Covenant

Lord Soth struggles to prevent his reign from collapsing. Even as he battles to overcome his adversaries, he learns that the White Rose is said to haunt the area.

Has Kitiara finally made it back to Soth, or is this just another ghost from the terrible past of the death knight?


  • A great insight into Lord Soth’s past.


  • There are a lot of subplots to keep track of.

Dwarven Nations Books In Order

The Covenant Of The Forge (1993)

The Covenant of the Forge: The Dwarven Nations

A tribe of Hylar under the leadership of old dwarven chieftain Colin Stonetooth, are in search of a new home.

The Hylar encounter quarreling dwarven tribes in Kal Thax, in the Kharolis Mountains, and unite them to form the new nation of Thorbardin.

Then an assassin from Theiwar starts a civil war, a curse is carried out, and a child is born who will grow up to be the Father of Kings.


  • Great world-building for readers to immerse themselves into.


  • Action scenes are slow at times.

Other Books In This Series

Hammer and Axe: The Dwarven Nations

Villains Books In Order

Before The Mask (1993)

Before the Mask (001) (Dragonlance Saga, Villains Series, Volume 1)

The rise to power of Verminaard and the decisions that shaped his terrible fate are described in this first book.

Before The Mask focuses on the early years of the antagonists of Verminaard and Aglaca and how they came to be.


  • A great insight into what caused Verminaard to turn evil.


  • The ending feels rushed.

The Black Wing (1993)


This is the tale of Khisanth, a young black dragon that only desires to faithfully serve Takhisis. It is also the tale of how the Black Wing army came to be.

Throughout the narrative, Khisanth experiences betrayals, which helps to mold her into the dragon she later becomes.


  • Good focus on being a dragon in the Dragonlance world.


  • Pacing issues.

Other Books In This Series

Emperor of Ansalon (003) (Dragonlance Saga, Villains, Vol 3)

Dragons Anthologies Books In Order

The Dragons Of Krynn (1994)

The Dragons of Krynn (Dragonlance: Dragons, Book 1)

The Dragons of Krynn are a collection of short stories. It features a minotaur put to a difficult test by a cruel wizard, a solamni hunting a dangerous specter, and lots of dragons.

Each story focuses on the different varieties of dragons that you can come across in Krynn.


  • Lots of action and interesting characters to meet.


  • Certain stories are more developed than others.

The Dragons At War (1996)

The Dragons at War (Dragonlance Dragons, Vol. 2)

Dragons are the real descendants of Krynn, and they are aware of this. They can take on any form or disguise. Their magical skills are essentially limitless.

The diverse races of Krynn and the scariest creatures from the Dragonlance saga are included in this collection of dragon tales.


  • You get to meet a wide range of characters.


  • Certain stories are more interesting than others.

Other Books In This Series

Dragons of Chaos (Dragonlance Dragons, Vol. 3)

The Second Generation Books In Order

The Second Generation (1994)

The Second Generation (Dragonlance: The New Generation Book 1)

The Battle of the Lance has been over for years. The residents of Ansalon have rebuilt their homes, families, and lifestyles. Yet, there is a cost to Krynn’s calm. The evil forces are constantly on guard.

New lives are dragged into the net of fate woven around all races as subtle shifts start to weaken the frail peace. It’s time to hand down the staff or the sword to the children of the Lance.


  • New characters are introduced.


  • Some chapters feel unnecessary as they add nothing to the overall plot.

Dragons Of Summer Flame (1995)

Dragons of Summer Flame: The Dragonlance Chronicles

The Lance War has long since ended. Now that summer has arrived, the uneasy equilibrium between light and dark is starting to change.

The Knights of Takhisis are the new protectors of the Dark Queen. While the Companion descendants set out on their own adventures to fend off the approaching darkness.


  • Fully fleshed-out characters to follow.


  • Particular events in the book feel rushed.

Lost Histories Books In Order

The Kagonesti (1995)

Kagonesti: A Lost Histories Novel (Dragonlance (Lost Legends) Book 1)

We get a look into the past of the elves of Krynn who build their crystal cities under the leadership of the famous Silvanos.

Yet, Elderwild Kaganos is aware that the forests must continue to serve as the tribe’s permanent home.

The tribe of Kaganos are fighting against invading humans and the Dark Queen’s servants. Until, a task that forces the wild elves to choose between extinction and survival.


  • Interesting story of a minor race in the Dragonlance world.


  • This story doesn’t affect the main plot in the other series.

The Irda (1995)

The Irda: A Lost Histories Novel (The Lost Histories Book 2)

The Ogres were once the most beautiful and clever of the first species on Krynn. However, they were weakened by clan disputes and the malevolent ambition of the Dark Queen.

The once-beautiful Ogres were condemned by their own misdeeds and became one of Krynn’s most hated, and evil creatures.

The Irda, a small group who learned to accept goodness, survived this awful life. They fled their former home and set out to create their own ideal civilization.


  • Well-developed plot.


  • Lots of jumping around with little explanations.

The Dargonesti (1995)

Dargonesti: A Lost Histories Novel (The Lost Histories Book 3)

A princess from Qualinost and a select group of warriors set off during a violent Elven war to save their compatriots from the crumbling Ergoth Empire.

When a bizarre mist surrounds Princess Vixa’s ship and carries them to a phantom island, their quest is derailed.

Princess Vixa is met by her kidnappers, the legendary Dargonesti, when the fog lifts.

The Dargonesti live in a metropolis of pearl marble that emerges from the ocean below, but no one has ever contacted them or been there and survived to tell the tale.

The sea elf race is introduced to Princess Vixa and her companions.

They also encounter a fantastic underwater environment, battle one of Krynn’s legendary enemies, and agree to undertake an impossible quest that would return them to their native country.


  • Really exciting to read, and great relationship development.


  • There is a lot of repetitiveness in this story.

Other Books In This Series

Land of the Minotaurs: A Lost Histories Novel (The Lost Histories Book 4)

Kang’s Regiment Books In Order

The Doom Brigade (1996)

The Doom Brigade (The Chaos War Series Book 1)

In a lovely valley in the Kharolis Mountains, the brave draconians of the War of the Lance have withdrawn from the front lines.

The draconians are caught up in a frenetic search for riches when the dwarves find a map that leads to a fortune hidden in the dwarven kingdom of Thorbardin.

Both sides are unaware of their roles in the bizarre and horrible destiny that Krynn is experiencing during the Summer of Flame


  • Sheds a new perspective on the draconians after the War of the Lance.


  • Readers found that this book was lacking in details.

Draconian Measures (2000)

Draconian Measures (Dragonlance Kang's Regiment, Vol. 2)

The Draconian engineering regiment is looking for a safe sanctuary for their young draconians. All they have to do is remain alive.

However, Commander Kang is perplexed by a dark secret. Why are some of his soldiers disappearing?

In order to vanquish his enemies and defend his race, Kang will have to resort to extreme methods.


  • Lots of interesting and developed characters.


  • Details in this book don’t match with the previous installment.

Dragonlance Classics Books In Order

Murder In Tarsis (1996)

Murder in Tarsis (Classics Series Book 1)

The Lord of Tarsis has a brutal murderer on the loose. Hence, he looks to the three most disposable citizens in the city to help him.


  • It is under 300 pages long.


  • Character development is lacking.

Dalamar The Dark (2000)

Dalamar the Dark (Dragonlance Classics, Vol. 2)

Dalamar Argent was born with the ability to use magic. He is, however, merely a servant in the household of an elvish lord. Dalamar is forbidden from learning anything but the most boring lessons.

Dalamar will discover a way to study his craft despite the battle raging on Silvanesti’s borders. His journey will lead him along mysterious paths to a fantastic destiny.


  • Great insight into Dalamar’s beginnings.


  • Certain details are inconsistent with other books.

Other Books In This Series

The Citadel (Classics Series Book 3)

Dragons Of A New Age Books In Order

The Dawning Of A New Age (1996)

The Dawning of a New Age: Dragonlance: Dragons of a New Age, Book 1

A new Age of Mortals has begun with the departure of the gods from the world. More powerful dragons than anyone has ever seen have arrived in Ansalon.

New heroes emerge to lead the fight for liberation as the lands themselves start to alter under the terrible magic of the new dragon masters.


  • Lots of twists and turns.


  • Dialogue feels awkward.

Other Books In This Series

The Day of the Tempest (Dragonlance)

Lost Legends Books In Order

Vinas Solamnus (1997)

Vinas Solamnus: Dragonlance: Lost Legends, Book 1

Vinas Solamnus was the most idealistic, spiritual, and honorable knight to ever exist. However, he wasn’t always that way.

The tale of his upbringing, education, and death is undoubtedly one of the most well-known.


  • Lots of action and mystery.


  • Due to being just 300 pages long, the story is a bit rushed.

Fistandantilus Reborn (1997)

Fistandantilus Reborn: The Lost Legends (Lost Gods Book 2)

For a while now, Emilo Haversack has been roaming around Ansalon, trying to recall what’s wrong. He only remembers one name: Fistandantilus, the name of a very wicked and dead magician.

Emilo gets dragged into a strange journey along with a young kendermaid, a human boy, and a religious priest.

He and his pals become entangled in a web of intrigue that grows darker as he gets closer to learning the truth of his past.


  • Plenty of character development.


  • The story jumps around a lot.

Raistlin Chronicles Books In Order

The Soulforge (1998)

The Soulforge: The Raistlin Chronicles

Learn about the early life of Raistlin Majere. Around the age of six, Raistlin Majere encounters an archmage who enrolls him in a magic-training academy.

Raistlin must pass the Dread Test in the Tower of High Sorcery. His life will be eternally altered by this test.


  • Great look into Rasitlin’s backstory.


  • You need to have read the Legends books first to understand what is happening.

Brothers In Arms (1999)

Brothers in Arms: The Raistlin Chronicles

Raistlin Majere, a young mage, must give up his beliefs in order to save his twin brother and himself.

While a future dragon high lord starts her ascent to power as Raistlin and Caramon get ready for battle.


  • Good exploration of family relationships.


  • The ending is slightly anticlimactic.

Tales Of The Fifth Age Books In Order

Relics And Omens (1998)

Relics and Omens: Tales of the Fifth Age

Krynn’s world is being overrun by dragon overlords. It’s the end of the Chaos War and the beginning of the Fifth Age.

The most well-known Dragonlance authors present a collection of extraordinary short stories that explore the new Fifth Age.


  • Diverse collection of stories.


  • Not all of the writers do a great job at writing about Krynn.

Other Books In This Series

Heroes and Fools: Tales of the Fifth Age

Chaos War Books In Order

The Last Thane (1998)

The Last Thane: The Chaos Wars, Book 1 (The Chaos War Series)

The most primitive tribes of Thorbardin have been at war with Hylar for generations.

The best Hylar soldiers have now marched off to meet the Knights of Takhisis, and the dark dwarves see their chance.

Hylar must deal with the ultimate treachery and the threat of Torbardin’s destruction.


  • Easy to follow.


  • Anticlimactic ending.

Tears Of The Night Sky (1998)

Tears of the Night Sky (Dragonlance Chaos Wars, Vol. 2)

Cyrsania, the chief priestess of the Temple of Paladine, has seen a deterioration in her relationship with the god of light.

She has recently acquired an unusual stone and embarks on a perilous mission with an unusual group of friends.

Together, they battle toward the Temple of Neraka in the sweltering heat of Kyrnn’s summer.


  • Good mixture of adventure and love.


  • Some of the side characters don’t have much impact.

The Puppet King (1999)

The Puppet King: The Chaos Wars, Book 3 (The Chaos War Series)

The elf realm of Silvanesti, torn apart by a crazy king’s nightmares, has almost fully recovered to its former splendor.

Nevertheless, upon his return to his native country, the elf Porthios raises an uprising against his own nephew, young Gilthas.

Attacks from green dragons and the Knights of Takhisis only add to Gilthas’s problems. Now that Porthios is threatening to slit Gilthas’ throat, he must decide between honor and blood.


  • Full of action and interesting characters.


  • For some readers, there are far too many battle scenes.

Other Books In This Series

Reavers of the Blood Sea: The Chaos War, Book 4 (The Chaos War Series)

Bridges Of Time Books In Order

Spirit Of The Wind (1998)

Spirit of the Wind (Dragonlance Bridges of Time, Vol. 1)

The Chaos War ended a year ago. A fresh danger, the red dragon Malystryx, upends the hard-won tranquility in the Dairly Plains.

Together with his older sister Catt, Thistleknot journeys to Abyssinia, to stop the dragon from destroying Kendermore.


  • Well-paced story.


  • Elements of this book feel borrowed from previous books.

Legacy Of Steel (1998)

Legacy of Steel (Dragonlance Bridges of Time, Vol. 2)

Sara Dunstan hears reports that the Knights of Takhisis are reuniting in the terrible city of Neraka.

In order to discover the truth, she journeys to Neraka with the blue dragon Cobalt.

She learns there that the knights are reorganizing under General Mirielle Abrena’s command, and they have immediate intentions to resume combat.


  • The story is really engaging.


  • Cobalt needs further development.

The Silver Stair (1999)

The Silver Stair (Dragonlance Bridges of Time, Vol. 3)

Schallsea Island represents new beginnings for Goldmoon and her supporters.

They have begun building the Citadel of Light under the shadow of the magical ruin known as the Silver Stair, an opaque spiral that offers visions and discoveries.

The future seems bright for the very first time since the Chaos War. Two forces, one wearing the plate armor of a Solamnic Knight.

The other, concealed by enigmatic magic and shadowy darkness, opposes Goldmoon’s ambition to establish a new mystical order on Krynn.

This is a fight to save the Silver Stair and stop the Schallsea Island dream from becoming a nightmare.


  • Well-developed characters.


  • Pace is slow at times.

Other Books In This Series

The Rose and the Skull (Dragonlance Bridges of Time, Vol. 4)

The War Of Souls Books In Order

Dragons Of A Fallen Sun (2000)

Dragons of a Fallen Sun: The War of Souls

After the horrific Chaos War of forty years ago, ruthless and powerful dragons have taken over Ansalon.

Ansalon is being battered by a fierce magical storm that is delivering death, destruction, and blood everywhere.

A mysterious, mystic young woman with ties to Krynn’s fate emerges from the chaos.


  • Plenty of action to enjoy.


  • This is quite a long book at 624 pages.

Other Books In This Series

Dragons of a Lost Star: The War of Souls

Crossroads Books In Order

The Clandestine Circle (2000)

The Clandestine Circle: Crossroads

Knight Linsha Majere is undercover working for the elite bodyguard of Hogan Bight.

With a city under peril from an active volcano that is poised to erupt, a death ship carrying an unidentified plague, the ever-vigilant Legion Steel, discovers that the governor is not the only one who needs protection.


  • Characters have a lot of depth to them.


  • Not a lot of action in this book.

The Thieves’ Guild (2000)

The Thieves' Guild (Dragonlance Crossroads, Vol. 2)

The Jewel of Ansalon has served as a beacon to the world for three thousand years. It still sparkles in the night, even though the Knights of Neraka rule over her.

The Thieves’ Guild, however, is the dark core in the heart of this shining metropolis.

Despite the guild being brutally crushed by the Dark Knights, a stronger, darker guild has emerged. It is now determined to reclaim its lost power and wealth.


  • You gain a better understanding of Palanthas.


  • Pacing issues are found halfway through the book.

Dragon’s Bluff (2001)

Dragon's Bluff: Crossroads

The port city of Flotsam has never asked for or desired assistance from the rest of Krynn, therefore it has always been allowed to solve its own challenges.

That is until the young magician Ulin Majere and his traveling partner are asked to go there to identify a murder victim.

They rapidly learn that the grim port contains more than just one dead body.

As they also come across shady criminals, fading magic, the Knights of Neraka, and a very hungry and dangerous red dragon.


  • This story contains everything D&D fans love, such as magic, dragon, gnomes, and action.


  • Some readers found the writing slightly underwhelming.

Other Books In This Series

The Dragon Isles: Crossroads

Bertrem’s Guides Books In Order

Bertrem’s Guide To The Age Of Mortals (2000)

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This guide is for you if you’ve ever wondered what Kender students study in class, what Thorbardin’s dwarves eat for breakfast, or how the citizens of Solace choose their mayor.

Bertrem, the custodian of the Great Library of Palanthas, compiles information from all throughout Krynn, including fact and hearsay.


  • Gain a better overview of the everyday lives of these characters.


  • This book doesn’t advance the storyline.

Other Books In This Series

Bertrem's Guide to the War of Souls: Vol. 1

Dhamon Saga Books In Order

Downfall (2001)

Downfall (Dragonlance: The Dhamon Saga, Book 1)

Former Hero of the Heart, Dhamon Grimwulf, has fallen into a cruel life of crime and filth.

He must now summon the courage to atone for his sins, as the great dragon overlords of the Fifth Age ruthlessly scheme to solidify their control and wipe out all their rivals.


  • Great continuation of the series.


  • The beginning is slowly-paced.

Other Books In This Series

Betrayal (DragonLance: The Dhamon Saga, Volume II)

Tales From The War Of Souls Anthologies Books In Order

The Search For Magic (2001)

The Search for Magic (Dragonlance: Tales from the War of Souls, Book 1)

The Search for Magic consists of 11 short stories which elaborate on the places and characters found in the War of Soul trilogy.

Each story is linked to the main storyline due to the characters these stories involve.


  • The stories are a mixture of action and humor.


  • This book is short, so the stories are quite short and rushed.

Other Books In This Series

The Players of Gilean (Dragonlance)

Kingpriest Books In Order

Chosen Of The Gods (2001)

Chosen of the Gods (Dragonlance: The Kingpriest Trilogy, Book 1)

The Kinpriest predicts his downfall, while evil forces move in. A priestess, who belongs to the god Paladine, begins a quest.

Her quest is to find the Lightbringer, who has been selected by the gods to battle the darkness and bring light.


  • Good pacing and readers enjoy the appearance of familiar names.


  • Parts of the plot are predictable.

Other Books In This Series

Divine Hammer: Kingpriest Trilogy, Volume Two

The Age Of Mortals Books In Order

Conundrum (2001)

Conundrum: Dragonlance: The Age of Mortals, Book 1

A group of brave gnome explorers embarks on the legendary navigation of the continent of Ansalon.

Even though the fate of the world is not at stake, their very lives certainly are. This is the tale of the heroic gone, Conundrum.


  • Simple story with lots of laughs.


  • Some fans may find some inconsistency between this Conundrum and the Conundrum in the War of Souls Trilogy

The Lioness (2002)

The Lioness (DragonLance: The Age of Mortals)

Black Knights terrorize the people in the troubled realm of Qualinesti. While Beryl, the green dragon, commands the once-proud Elven Senate.

A mysterious heroine emerges from this troubled realm, and she and her devoted group of resistance fighters quickly establish themselves as the Dark Knights’ greatest fear.


  • Great character development and world-building.


  • The second half of the story feels rushed.

Dark Thane (2003)

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The dwarven community in its city beneath the mountains isolates itself more and more as a result of a string of unpleasant fights and incidents.

Unfortunately, the already unstable dwarf society is in danger of disintegrating due to evil magic, treachery, betrayal, and power struggles.


  • This book has a darker tone, with plenty of mystery.


  • There are a couple of storylines left unfinished at the end of the book.

Other Books In This Series

Prisoner of Haven: The Age of Mortals

The Linsha Books In Order

City Of The Lost (2003)

City of the Lost: Dragonlance: Linsha Trilogy, Book 1

Two dragon rulers at a military outpost pose a threat to the delicate peace in the area. Someone has confided a dreadful secret in Knight Linsha Majere.

The fragile peace is ruined as a magical storm sweeps through all of Ansalon, and Linsha is forced to set out on a desperate mission to defend the city from an invincible foe.


  • A well-paced story with a new villain.


  • You are given a lot of information to remember.

Other Books In This Series

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The Minotaur Wars Books In Order

Night Of Blood (2003)

Night of Blood: The Minotaur Wars

General Hotak has forged pacts with ancient enemies. The ghosts of Krynn are under the control of Hotak’s right-hand lady, and they are prepared to go to any lengths to fulfill their leader’s ambitions of domination.

Hotak’s nephew tries to find a way to stop his uncle’s rebellion.


  • Very detailed and thought-through plot.


  • Too many characters to follow.

Other Books In This Series

Tides of Blood: The Minotaur Wars

The Dark Disciple Books In Order

Amber And Ashes (2004)

Amber and Ashes: A Dark Disciple Novel (The Dark Disciple Book 1)

Mina, thinks her life is coming to an end as she stands by a grave where she has buried the Dark Queen.

She sees Chemosh, the God of Death, waiting to take her, but instead, she notices how charming he is.

Chemosh has plans to become the ruler of the Pantheon of Evil, and Mina begins to help his cause.


  • We are introduced to new characters.


  • Slow pace.

Other Books In This Series

Amber and Iron: A Dark Disciple Novel (The Dark Disciple Book 2)

The Taladas Chronicles Books In Order

Blades Of The Tiger (2005)

Blades of the Tiger: Dragonlance: Taladas Trilogy, Book 1

Heroes and gods have united on Ansalon to prevent the end of the world.

A new peace has emerged. Yet, the problems are only getting started on the continent of Taladas, which is halfway around the world.

Long believed to be lost, sorcery has made a comeback. Evil forces emerge following the Godless Night.


  • New locations and characters are introduced.


  • Predictable plots at times.

Other Books In This Series

Trail of the Black Wyrm (Dragonlance: Taladas Trilogy, Vol. 2)

Ogre Titans Books In Order

The Black Talon (2007)

The Black Talon: An Ogre Titans Novel

Golgren returns to his home after the minotaur empire has been overtaken by a dangerous foe. He is a one-handed half-breed ogre with ambitious goals.

Humans and elves will be affected by Golgren’s fixation with bringing back the glories of the ogre race. Although, the outcome may ultimately be left up to a lethal, unpredictable god.


  • Lots of detailed descriptions.


  • Not a lot of action or battles to enjoy.

Other Books In This Series

The Fire Rose: An Ogre Titans Novel

The Stonetellers Books In Order

The Rebellion (2007)

The Rebellion: The Stonetellers, Volume One

Goblin and hobgoblin slaves take advantage of the chaos as a series of earthquakes hit a Dark Knight mining camp and they revolt.

The Dark Knights are pitted against their slaves in a quick and terrible uprising.

Direfang, a hobgoblin foreman, emerges as the leader of the slave force.

The remaining goblins and hobgoblins must be rallied. He must lead them out of Neraka while assembling a united army that will not allow itself to be captured once more.


  • This book gives you a new insight into goblins and hobgoblins.


  • It takes a while to get into the action.

Other Books In This Series

Death March: The Stonetellers, Volume Two (DragonLance)

The Anvil Of Time Books In Order

The Sellsword (2008)

The Sellsword (DragonLance: The Anvil of Time, Vol.1)

Mercenary Vanderjack has a difficult past and a blade that is cursed by ghosts.

The sellsword becomes a crucial figure in the Red Dragon army’s defeat as he is hired to free a nobleman’s daughter from behind enemy lines.


  • Relatable and well-rounded characters.


  • Pacing issues.

The Survivors (2008)

The Survivors: Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time

The Journeyman’s task is to locate the forgotten tales that got lost in the history books. This is done by using the ancient Anvil of Time to travel back through time and along the river of time.

Bradok and a brave group of dwarves must traverse the darkness of the underworld, braving bizarre new dangers and horrors.


  • Full of suspense and twists.


  • As this book is so fast-paced, the emotional parts don’t always feel very meaningful.

Other Books In This Series

Renegade Wizards: Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time

The Warrior Books In Order

Knights Of The Crown (1995)

Knights of the Crown: The Warriors, Book 1

The finest chivalric order in Krynn’s past was the Knights of Solamnia.

Each one of those who aspire to join the Solamnic Knights must first join as squires of the Knights of the Crown, where they begin their training.

This is the tale of Sir Pirvan the Wayward, a Knight of the Crown whose hesitant and unlucky beginnings as Pirvan the Spell Thief revealed little about his potential.


  • Fast-paced.


  • There is more emphasis on the thieves than the Knights of Solamnia.

Maquesta Kar-Thon (1995)

Maquesta Kar-Thon: The Warriors, Volume II

Maquesta Kar-Thon, offers to lead a dangerous mission. Her father was given a slow-acting poison by the minotaur ruler Attat, who is keeping the antidote a secret until Maq catches the deadly sea monster Morkoth for his personal zoo.

Attat sends a shadow person warrior named Illatha and a rogue minotaur named Bas Ohn-Koraf to travel with her.


  • Great character development from the first book.


  • Chapters are really long, which some readers don’t enjoy.

Knights Of The Sword (1995)

Knights of the Sword: The Warriors, Book 3

This is the second story of Sir Pirvan the Wayward, whose hesitant and unlucky beginnings gave little indication of his ability to become a Knight of the Sword or a Knight of the Crown.

Now that Pirvan has achieved the Order of the Crown, he must begin his training in the ideals of bravery and courage to obtain the Order of the Sword.


  • The minor characters help to make this plot interesting and humorous.


  • This book starts off slow but eventually becomes a lot more intense.

Other Books In This Series

Theros Ironfeld: The Warriors, Book 4

Preludes Books In Order

Darkness And Light (1989)

Darkness and Light (Dragonlance, Preludes, Vol. 1)

The Companions parted ways before the Battle of the Lance, each promising to return bearing news of the spreading gloom in Ansalon.

In quest of Sturm Brightblade’s long-lost father, Kitiara, and Sturm Brightblade, heads north.

A group of gnomes asks them for assistance while on their travels. Soon after, the two brave travelers are thrust into a dangerous journey that will take them outside Ansalon. They experience love, hate, darkness, and light.


  • Captivating story with lots of adventure and mystery.


  • Very little character development.

Kendermore (1989)

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Before the War of the Lance, Tasslehoff Burrfoot, a cheerful kender, is having a good time with his companions at the Inn of the Last House.

Then, a bounty hunter shows up and accuses him of desertion for breaking the kender custom of scheduled marriage.

Yet, Tasslehoff’s potential bride has also disappeared. In an action story filled with magic, monsters, and mayhem, the race is on to see who is brought to the altar first.


  • Likable characters and an engaging story.


  • Certain chapters are quite slow.

Brothers Majere (1990)

The Brothers Majere (Dragonlance: Preludes, Book 3)

Unrest and darkness are spreading. Individuals frequently vanish during the night, and evil forces are allegedly at play.

Raistlin and Caramon Majere, arrive in Mereklar which is gripped by an unnamed fear. They agree to accept a job because they need money badly, and a string of disappearances there has everyone in a panic.

Raistlin, Caramon, and their kender companion Earwig Lockpicker agree to help a stunning noblewoman in her search for the missing people.

Yet when the town’s influential individuals are murdered by what seems to be a vicious feline beast, what begins as an interesting mystery turns horrific.


  • Great to see how the two brothers work together.


  • Some readers found the inclusion of Earwig unnecessary.

Other Books In This Series

Riverwind the Plainsman (Dragonlance: Preludes, Volume 1)

Meetings Sextet Books In Order

Kindred Spirits (1991)

Kindred Spirits: A Meetings Sextet Novel (The Meetings Sextet Book 1)

Flint Fireforge, a dwarf and metalworker, travels to the legendary elf city of Qualinost.

There he encounters Tanis, a smart young man who is the unfortunate offspring of an elf and a human union. Tanis and Flint discover an unexpected friendship.

A haughty elf lord is inexplicably killed, and another elf soon dies in a similar manner. Tanis is implicated, and the half-elf will be exiled forever if his innocence is not demonstrated.


  • Great insight into Tanis and Flint’s relationship.


  • Anticlimactic ending.

Wanderlust (1991)

Wanderlust: A Meetings Sextet Novel (The Meetings Sextet Book 2)

Tasslehoff Burrfoot visits Solace one spring day, where he unintentionally steals a copper bracelet and meets Tanis Half-Elven and Flint Fireforge.

The friends end up allying with the sea elf princess and discovering the bracelet’s secrets.


  • Lots of humor to enjoy.


  • There are a few plot holes.

Dark Heart (1992)

Dark Heart: A Meetings Sextet Novel (The Meetings Sextet Book 3)

This is the tale of Kitiara Uth Matar, a stunning woman with a wicked heart.

Her twin brothers, the warrior Caramon and the delicate magician Raistlin, are the subjects of this gripping narrative, which also highlights Kit’s admirable contribution to their upbringing.

Due to her teenage mercenary activities and growing interest in evil, Kit meets a roguish stranger and a group of intrepid travelers whose fates are intertwined with her own.

Her Solamnic father’s memory haunts her, and she is obsessed with finding him.



  • Some readers didn’t find the plot very believable.

Other Books In This Series

Oath and the Measure: A Meetings Sextet Novel (The Meetings Sextet Book 4)

Defenders Of Magic Books In Order

Night Of The Eye (1994)

Night of the Eye: Defenders of Magic Trilogy, Volume 1

The Night of the Eye, when all three moons align over the Krynn lands, will shortly take place.

An unusual, strong mage who knows more about Guerrand DiThon than he does himself pays the young nobleman a visit on the day of the day of his marriage to a neighboring family.

Guerrand is seduced by claims of wizardly power and flees for the Tower of Wayreth beneath the triple moons.

Nobody expects him to make it through the treacherous journey to the tower, but he does.

Guerrand doesn’t realize how many enemies he makes while on his journey to the tower.


  • Detailed descriptions of characters and what they are thinking.


  • The plot is slow in places.

Other Books In This Series

The Medusa Plague: Defenders of Magic Trilogy, Volume 2

Adventures In Krynn Books In Order

Tales Of Uncle Trapspringer (1997)

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When young Trapspringer Fargo is gripped by curiosity, his unquenchable need for adventure leads him onto a path that only a kender could plan.

He ventures off across Ansalon with nothing but fascination as his primary motivation.

He accidentally comes into contact with two wicked gully dwarves and a lost evil monster.

As a result, not only will there be unavoidable chaos and mayhem, but Trapspringer may also have a chance to spare all of Krynn from a catastrophe.


  • Easy to read and only 320 pages.


  • Some readers found the writing a bit messy at times.

Barbarians Books In Order

Children Of The Plains (2000)

Children of the Plains: Dragonlance: Barbarians, Book 1

A young brother and sister flee from a group of predators and go on the run. Their lives take them on a path that is connected to the fate of several tribes.

Dark forces, however, are calculatingly and fatalistically keen on watching civilization advance for their master plans.


  • Good brother and sister relationship.


  • Parts of this book go against events that have already been spoken about in previous books.

Other Books In This Series

Brother of the Dragon (DragonLance: The Barbarians, Vol. 2)

Icewall Books In Order

The Messenger (2001)

The Messenger (Dragonlance Icewall, Vol. 1)

The Icewall is a freezing, intimidating, and far away place. Kerrick, an elf from Silvanesti’s golden woods, has been sent there in exile.

A group of barbarian peasants also defend themselves there from the surviving ogre empire that is desperate to retake control of the icy wasteland.


  • Various characters and perspectives to enjoy.


  • It is slow-paced, to begin with.

Other Books In This Series

The Golden Orb (Dragonlance: The Icewall Trilogy, Book 2)

Ergoth Books In Order

A Warrior’s Journey (2003)

A Warrior's Journey (Dragonlance: The Ergoth Trilogy, Book 1)

Civil conflict has engulfed the great Ergothian empire. Two imperial dynasties compete for dominance, centuries prior to the Cataclysm splits Ansalon.

Warlords fight one another brutally for supremacy, while crooked wizards trade their abilities for money. Monsters from another world prey on the innocent.

As his fate and the future of Krynn collide, a bold young peasant rattles the towers of the mighty amidst this chaos and turmoil.


  • Great introduction to characters we will be following in this trilogy.


  • Slow, to begin with, but does pick up the pace later on.

Other Books In This Series

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Elven Exiles Books In Order

Sanctuary (2005)

Sanctuary: Elven Exiles, Book I

The tale of the elves is continued! The once-powerful elven countries have been driven into exile in the barren continent of Khor by the war.

To create a new home, the elves have to overcome incredible dangers, including betrayal.


  • Interesting and captivating story.


  • Slow-paced.

Other Books In This Series

Alliances (Dragonlance: Elven Exiles, Vol. 2)

Rise Of Solamnia Books In Order

Lord Of The Rose (2005)

Lord of the Rose: The Rise of Solamnia, Book 1

This series will carry over important plot threads from the War of Souls series as it investigates the post-war period in Solamnia.

The plot centers on Jaymes Markham and the dwarf Dram Feldspar traveling to meet Cornelius the Large. However, nothing goes to plan and a battle commences.


  • Lots of twists and turns.


  • Some characters feel a bit flat.

Other Books In This Series

The Crown and the Sword: The Rise of Solamnia, Book 2

Champions Books In Order

Saving Solace (2006)

Saving Solace (Dragonlance: Champions, Vol. 1)

Solace has gotten out of control. A major temple is attracting businesspeople, dignitaries, and numerous tourists to the legendary town.

Recently, there have been a number of strange events.

Palin, who has renounced magic, now serves as the town mayor. Due to the recent death of the previous sheriff by unidentified assailants, he urgently needs a new sheriff.

Gerard, who fortunately left the knighthood after a dispute with his father, shows up just in time to put on the sheriff’s badge.


  • Plenty of suspense and mystery to enjoy.


  • Some characters don’t feel very thought through.

The Alien Sea (2006)

The Alien Sea (Dragonlance: Champions, Vol. 2)

Across the waters of Krynn, the Gash’s powerful poison spreads, killing everything in its path.

The two major aquatic sea elf species, the Dargonesti and the Dimernesti, call a conclave to discuss the perplexing, pressing issue.

This is led by Apoletta of the Dargonesti and Utharne of the Dimernesti.

When the conclave is attacked by the undead, Apoletta and Utharne must band together, survive the Gash’s storms, and face their ghosts from the past.

Their watery universe and future will be altered forever by what they learn.


  • Great world-building.


  • Relationships and friendships between characters are slightly lost.

Other Books In This Series

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Lost Chronicles Books In Order

Dragons Of The Dwarven Depths (2006)

Dragons of the Dwarven Depths: The Lost Chronicles

The Companions are back and tackling fresh difficulties, both together and separately.

Whilst Tanis and Flint search for safety in the kingdom of the dwarves, Thorbardin. Raitlin finds herself curiously pulled to Skullcap, a haunting castle.

Strum searches for the fabled Hammer of Kharas, and Tika sets out on a risky mission to save the people she cares about from impending death.

Nevertheless, Flint Fireforge, a dwarf, is put to the most important test. Flint is forced to make a difficult decision that could determine the fate of humanity as the heroes fight against time to rescue the lives of those who depend on them.


  • Strong plot and good antagonist.


  • The first portion of the book is a long recap of these characters, which for some readers they didn’t need.

Other Books In This Series

Dragons of the Highlord Skies: The Lost Chronicles

Dwarf Home Books In Order

Secret Of Pax Tharkas (2007)

Secret of Pax Tharkas: Dwarf Home, Book 1

The dwarven kingdoms of Krynn are dormant, impenetrable by mountains, and remote from the events of the outside world. However, when an individual is needed, the world has a method for locating them.

A wealthy Kayolin aristocratic dwarf is forced to leave his house. While a gully dwarf from Thorbardin is lucky to run away from his own life and a clever and impulsive Hylar descendent wonders what mistakes led her people down a path of self-destruction.

Together, these three warriors hold Krynn’s and the destiny of the dwarven race in their hands.


  • Fun and well-rounded characters.


  • Minor continuity errors.

Other Books In This Series

The Heir of Kayolin: Dwarf Home, Book 2

Dragonlance Chronicles Young Reader Books In Order

A Rumor Of Dragons (2003)

A Rumor of Dragons: Dragons of Autumn Twilight, Vol. 1 (Dragonlance Chronicles, Part 1)

An outsider in love with a princess, a would-be warrior, a sorcerer in training, a knight, an elderly dwarf, and an innocent kender reunite at the Inn of the Last Home.

As the villainous Dark Queen and her troops threaten to overtake the world of Krynn in war, their reunion turns into a last-ditch effort to save their homeland.


  • This child-friendly version is the ideal way to introduce younger readers to the world of Dragonlance.


  • There is still a lot of death included in the story.

Night Of The Dragons (2003)

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Dragons from long ago are gathered by the Dark Queen to wreak havoc on the realm of Krynn. The Companions strive to save a stunning warrior princess and her magical staff, while the War of the Lance starts.


  • Interesting characters.


  • There are a lot of subplots going on, which can be quite overwhelming to follow.

Other Books In This Series

The Nightmare Lands: Dragons of Winter Night, Vol. 1 (Dragonlance Chronicles, Part 3)

The New Adventures Books In Order

Temple Of The Dragonslayer (2004)

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Although Nearra has no idea who she is or where she lives, she does know that someone wants her dead.

Her last chance is thousands of miles away, in a deserted temple, where healing clerics might be able to help her regain her memory.

Nearra is offered the companionship of a friendly young ranger, a failing warrior, a cunning elf, and a kender wizard on her quest.

She quickly finds out that her new friends have their own hidden agendas. Friendships are put to the test, and all of it may end in devastation from the person Nearra trusts the most.


  • Great cast of characters and lots of adventure.


  • More suited for younger audiences of ages 10 and up.

The Dying Kingdom (2004)

The Dying Kingdom (Dragonlance: The New Adventures, Vol. 2)

Arngrim’s kingdom is a lonely, intriguing place. This almost forgotten location, which is home to the Scarlet Brethren, a strong wizarding cult, might hold the key to regaining Nearra’s memory.

However, neither Nearra nor her friends are aware of the cost they will incur.

Catriona is distracted by the allure of Arngrim’s rightful heir and misses the threat that is right in front of them.

When Nearra’s paranormal visions intensify, Davyn tries to keep a secret that might be able to save her.

Suddenly, the companions discover they have unwittingly entered a sinister scheme, and this time, Nearra won’t be the only one who must struggle for survival.


  • Lots of different perspectives to enjoy.


  • Detailed descriptions are missing.

The Dragon Well (2004)

The Dragon Well (Dragonlance: The New Adventures, Vol. 3)

Nearra and her pals encounter a mystery seer in a small mountain village who has seen Nearra’s future and a prophecy that could doom them all.

According to the seer, the friends will triumph against the bandit lord tormenting her village.

She will tell Nearra how she may finally regain her identity when they return triumphant.

The team rushes into battle, eager to aid Nearra, but the mission quickly goes awry. Before them, ancient powers emerge.

While long-buried secrets are exposed, the group will all never be the same again.


  • Well written to make you want to keep reading.


  • Some chapters felt a bit rushed.

Other Books In This Series

Return of the Sorceress (Dragonlance: The New Adventures, Vol. 4)

Trinistyr Books In Order

Wizard’s Curse (2005)

Wizard's Curse: Trinistyr Trilogy, Volume 1 (Dragonlance: the New Adventure)

In this new trilogy, Nearra travels to Icereach to lift a curse that is afflicting her family.

Her determination is put to the test throughout the voyage as new foes appear out of nowhere. Will Nearra have enough stamina to reverse the wizard’s curse?


  • Relatable characters and lots of action.


  • Some supporting characters feel unnecessary.

Other Books In This Series

Wizard's Betrayal (Trinistyr Trilogy, Vol. 2)

Elidor Books In Order

Crown Of Thieves (2005)

Crown of Thieves: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor Trilogy, Book 1

In this new trilogy, the adored elf thief Elidor returns to battle an undead monarch and the ghosts of his own past.

During the heyday of the Dragonlance world, a collection of young allies form a company seeking friendship, excitement, and adventure.


  • Easy to read and under 300 pages long.


  • Certain characters need further development.

Other Books In This Series

The Crystal Chalice: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elidor Trilogy, Book 2

Goodlund Books In Order

Warrior’s Heart (2006)

Warrior's Heart: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Goodlund Trilogy, Book 1

Catriona Goodlund was destined to fight from birth. It’s time for Cat to confront her past secrets and make a decision regarding her future after spending years defending and saving her friends while pursuing her knighthood.

When she goes back to her homeland, she discovers that the Heart of Purespring is gone and that everything is in ruins.

With everything she’s ever loved taken from her, Catriona is forced to choose: will she seek retribution or redemption?


  • Simple yet engaging plot.


  • There isn’t a lot of action.

Other Books In This Series

Warrior's Blood: The Goodlund Trilogy, Volume Two (Warrior Born)

Suncatcher Books In Order

The Wayward Wizard (2006)

The Wayward Wizard: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Suncatcher Trilogy, Book 1

Everyone is aware that Kender is incapable of doing magic. The world’s finest kender wizard, Sindri Suncatcher, can, though. Sindri now serves as Maddoc’s black-robed wizard’s apprentice at Cairngorn Keep.

Sindri’s training is suddenly interrupted by an enigmatic stranger, and he soon finds himself being pursued by bizarre monsters and getting cryptic messages.

Will Sindri’s fate be sealed by these unusual circumstances, or will he meet his demise?


  • Well thought out characters.


  • Certain chapters feel a bit rushed.

Other Books In This Series

The Ebony Eye: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Suncatcher Trilogy, Book 2

A Practical Guide To Dragons Books In Order

A Practical Guide To Dragons (2006)

A Practical Guide to Dragons (Practical Guides)

The enormous variety of fascinating dragons discovered in the world of Krynn is displayed in this lavishly illustrated guide.

The wizard’s apprentice Sindri Suncatcher pulls out his own journals to impart his knowledge of these amazing beings.

Covering everything from the life cycle of an unusual copper dragon to the best technique to fend off a red dragon’s flaming breath.

This brilliantly illustrated book exposes readers to the appearance and behavior of dragons in the Dragonlance universe and is the ideal companion to the Dragonlance: The New Adventures series.

This book will amaze readers with both graphics and words, as it contains advice and techniques that new explorers can employ on fictitious encounters with dragons.


  • Good layout, with useful information.


  • This book is more suited for younger audiences.

Red Dragon Codex (2008)

Red Dragon Codex (Deckle Edge) (The Dragon Codices)

Mudd has a quiet existence in his small town, working with the windmill and whatever other machines he may find.

Yet his tranquil existence eventually comes to an abrupt end when a red dragon attacks, destroying the town and capturing the village seer, Shemnara.

Then, a mysterious note is discovered which instructs Mudd to “seek the silver dragon.”


  • Witty and engaging plot.


  • Readers wished they had more time to get to know the red dragon.

Other Books In This Series

Bronze Dragon Codex (The Dragon Codices)

Elements Trilogy Books In Order

Pillar Of Flame (2007)

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Nearra has only recently begun on her journey of becoming a wizard since she’s new to using magic.

Nevertheless, the Wizard’s Conclave gives her a mystery to solve prior to her being able to take the Test of High Sorcery.

Nearra needs to identify the source of the potent magic in order to understand why all the fires in Kenderhome and Palanthas have been put out.

Will this be Nearra’s magical career’s beginning or end?


  • You could easily read this book as a standalone, you don’t need to know the Dragonlance backstory.


  • The plot is very predictable.

Other Books In This Series

Queen of the Sea: Dragonlance: The New Adventures: Elements Trilogy, Book 2

Destinies Trilogy Books In Order

Dragons Of Deceit (2022)

Dragons of Deceit: Dragonlance Destinies: Volume 1

When Destina Rosethorn’s father perishes in the Battle of the Lance, she comes up with a daring idea to travel across time and save her father.

She must first obtain the Device of Time Journeying, last seen in the hands of the charismatic Kender Tasslehoff Burrfoot.

Destina’s mission takes her from the dwarven realm of Thorbardin to the town of Solace and further, causing a series of disastrous events that have the potential to disrupt the River of Time’s course.

This could change the past and permanently affect the future.


  • Engaging characters and a jaw-dropping cliffhanger.


  • Pace is inconsistent.

Other Books In This Series

Dragons of Fate: Dragonlance Destinies: Volume 2

Final Thoughts

Dragonlance is an extensive collection of 209 books. With this large collection of books, you meet a broad range of characters from the Dungeons and Dragons universe.

While you could read these books in any order that you wished, it is vital you start with the original trilogy. This will set the world of Krynn up and establish the recurring characters.

I do suggest that you follow some kind of reading order. The reading order, I have mentioned above, is the easiest order you can follow to ensure you don’t miss any books out and the books follow on from one another.

I hope you have found this article useful. Now you know all 209 Dragonlance books in order.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Many Ways Can You Read The Dragonlance Books In?

You can read the Dragonlance collection in publication order, or series order. I suggest series order as it is easier to follow.

How Many Series Are Part Of Dragonlance?

There are a total of 57 series within Dragonlance. This includes the original books and the newest adaptations that are more suited for younger readers.

Which Is The Most Popular Series?

The original trilogy is the most popular series as it sets this world up.

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