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Dragons of Spring Dawning
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  1. the third book in the Dragonlance Chronicles series, written by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis

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  2. continues events from Dragons of Winter Night and sets up the premise of the Dragonlance Legends trilogy, also written by Weiss and Hickman

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  3. Originally published in September 1985, this novel has seen multiple reprints with the latest reprint in March 2004

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  4. The novel has also been adapted into 12 issue comic book series

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  5. The book begins with Tanis Half-Elven in Flotsam. Kitiara has recently left for Solamnia to lead the Dragonarmies in their failed attack against the High Clerist's Tower, which was depicted in the previous novel and resulted in the death of Sturm Bri

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