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A lasting hero,
This review is from: Kaz the Minotaur (Dragonlance: Heroes) (Mass Market Paperback)
Kaz, the Minotaur by Richard Knaak is a worthy sequal to the smash 'The legend of Huma'. Richard has a writing style that is fun and interesting to read, and he rates close to Wies and Hickman themselves with his talent. This book is no exception. It is filled with a wonderful storyline that sweeps you away into Kaz's world in the years following the first Dragonwar. Huma is now 5 years dead, and Kaz still feels that he could have done something to help the Knight to destroy Takhisis. For a Minotaur, he has a strong sense of loyalty and is steadfast in his beliefs. This book starts with Kaz running from another band of Minotaurs who are intent on taking him back to their homeland where Kaz is charged with being dishonerable and treasonous. His kender companion, Delbin, keeps this story funny and exciting the whole way through. This book is an absolute must for any dragonlance fan. It sheds must needed light on Kaz, and the pains and struggles he goes through after the death of Huma Dragonbane. This book is definately worth the read. A must!