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The great poison of the World Gash spreads through the oceans of Krynn, killing all in its path. Led by Apoletta of the Dargonesti and Utharne of the Dimernesti, the two great aquatic races of sea elves convene a Conclave to address the mysterious, urgent crisis.When undead attack the Conclave, Apoletta and Utharne must unite both their species, brave the storms of the WorThe great poison of the World Gash spreads through the oceans of Krynn, killing all in its path. Led by Apoletta of the Dargonesti and Utharne of the Dimernesti, the two great aquatic races of sea elves convene a Conclave to address the mysterious, urgent crisis.When undead attack the Conclave, Apoletta and Utharne must unite both their species, brave the storms of the World Gash and confront the ghosts of their past. What they discover will forever change their oceanic world and the fate of their two peoples....

Title : The Alien Sea
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ISBN : 9780786940820
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 308 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Alien Sea Reviews

  • Jim C
    2018-12-02 09:49

    Actual rating 3.5 stars.This book is part of the world of Dragonlance. In this one, an evil is spreading throughout the oceans and a party of sea elves journey to scout out this new evil.We have all read this fantasy trope where an evil is gathering and a small party travel to discover this threat. This book does a twist on this trope by putting all of the book underwater. It is a different world under the sea and this author portrayed it thoroughly. In fact, I believe he went a little too far with his world building. The first half of the book concentrated on this and it got to be too much as the author added fantastic creature after fantastic creature. The world building was well done but there wasn't much plot drive to really entice me. When the author switched gears and concentrated on plot, this book was amazing. From character growth to the twists and turns, the pace was terrific and I was totally invested in the proceedings. The final hundred pages went by in a blur as I could not stop reading.This book is enjoyable. But beware. It does take some reading to finally reach that state but when it does, it will be hard to put down.