Conundrum

Conundrum On a dark spring night nine weeks behind schedule the MNS Indestructible a Class C Submersible Deepswimmer departs Sancrist Isle with a crew of twenty and a callous disregard for the inevitable Ar

  • Title: Conundrum
  • Author: Jeff Crook
  • ISBN: 9780786919499
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Paperback
  • On a dark spring night, nine weeks behind schedule, the MNS Indestructible, a Class C Submersible Deepswimmer, departs Sancrist Isle with a crew of twenty and a callous disregard for the inevitable Armed with top secret devices, a band of intrepid gnome explorers sets out on a legendary journey to sub navigate the continent of Ansalon and determine why very large rocks flOn a dark spring night, nine weeks behind schedule, the MNS Indestructible, a Class C Submersible Deepswimmer, departs Sancrist Isle with a crew of twenty and a callous disregard for the inevitable Armed with top secret devices, a band of intrepid gnome explorers sets out on a legendary journey to sub navigate the continent of Ansalon and determine why very large rocks float Though the fate of the world does not hang in the balance, theirs certainly does This is their story and the story of a single member of that ignoble crew Conundrum, the heroic gnome featured in Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman s best selling War of Souls trilogy.

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    1. But more like 2.5 stars.The first half of the book, is fun: comically severed heads (I am 9), gnomish inventions gone six different kinds of haywire, Palanthas, glow-worms, giant octopi and reinventing scuba gear. The second half of the book is grim and humorless and for the love of all things holy, people, a winch is a windlass turned by a crank to hoist things, and a wench is a country lass or working girl, so:Conundrum and Commodore Brigg were helping the professor modify one of the ascending [...]

    2. A book with gnomes, a kender, gully dwarf and a gnome-build ship called the MNS Indestructible - what could possibly go wrong???I expected this to be a typical gnome book with a kender thrown in for added humor and that's true. However, even though I liked the book and had an enjoyable read and some smiles along the way, the book didn't quite live up to my expectations. Maybe because the title is a bit misleading - Conumdrum is expected to be the main character but I really don't feel like I rea [...]

    3. This is a book set in the Dragonlance setting. A bunch of gnomes and a kender set out in a submarine on an adventure. Do I really need to say anymore? With gnomes and a kender how can this be a bad book? I enjoyed this book. This book isn't your typical fantasy book with the world hanging in the balance. It was just a story about one team's adventure and it at times made me chuckle and at other times made me a little sad. I recommend this book to all. I think you will enjoy this band of people a [...]

    4. Nothing terribly dreadful led me to abandon this, merely a realisation that I was putting off finishing it. It's a world I have v fond memories of, Dragonlance was a gateway fantasy series for me. But my tastes have moved on, and though this is fun in parts, it's no classic, even by Dragonlance standards. I gots other things to be reading.

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