Reavers of the Blood Sea (Dragonlance Chaos War, Vol. 4)
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During the hottest summer in memory, minotaurs fight against the Knights of Takhisis, into whose hands their god Sargonnas has delivered them. In the midst of the conflict, the armies of Chaos plunge into the heart of Ansalon.
Now the minotaur warrior Aryx must unite his people and their enemy, the knights, against the monstrous servants of Chaos. If he succeeds, the two sides may forge a bond that will change Krynn for all time.
If he fails, then they will all perish.
Richard Knaac, author of the New York Times best-selling The Legend of Huma, tells this thrilling tale of the minotaurs of Krynn in the time of the Chaos War.
temple doors returned. Sargonnas had been arguing with a female, one who had talked about deserting. “Why come to me?” “Despite your faith in Kiri-Jolith, Sargonnas favored you. I wondered if he … but, no, it was a foolish thought. Why would even you know what occurs between the gods?” Again Aryx thought about telling Rand his suspicions concerning the possible confrontation between Sargonnas and his mate, but in the end, he decided to hold back. To tell the knights that their goddess had truly
wondering at his own sanity for remaining on deck any longer. Lightning crackled, and a bolt struck the sea near one of the other lead ships. Aryx tried to stop thinking about the Maelstrom by turning his gaze toward the direction of their eventual destination. The rain and seawater forced him to squint to try to keep the moisture out of his eyes. A vast black ship rose high in the distance, seemingly completely at the mercy of the mad sea. “By the sea goddess …” Aryx gripped the rail tighter
Carnelia gratefully thanked him for his aid. Yet as they gently lifted Rand up and carried him toward the gangplank, she wondered if they should have even bothered. The servant of Chaos had trapped them at last, and even if everyone made it to shore, would it mean anything at all in the long run? Takhisis had abandoned them. Sargonnas had abandoned them. Did they have any hope at all? Rand groaned. Carnelia abandoned her dark thoughts. Hope or no hope, gods or no gods, she and the others would
where none of his fellow crew members had, a cascading chain of events had thrown him into this insanity. “What would you have of me now?” the new administrator general asked. The black eyes bore into Aryx’s own. “For now, I’d like very much if you kept an eye on your patron.” “My … you mean Sargonnas?” The commander leaned over the charts he had been studying. “More than the rifts between your kind and mine, the state of mind of your Blessed One concerns me, minotaur. Were he not a god, I
and more than once he heard his name whispered along with the unnerving appellation Dragoneye. Aryx had related to his companions the fantastic tale of how he had received the orb, but while they managed to treat him the same as before, few others did. Everywhere the warrior went, the whispers followed. Dragoneye … Dragoneye … He continued to mull over this dismaying addition to his name as he rejoined Delara and Seph. Delara put her arm around him. “You are back fast. Any change?” “None. Rand