Test of The Twins

Test of the Twins is a fantasy novel by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. It is the third and final book in the Dragonlance Legends, which along with the Dragonlance Chronicles are considered the core Dragonlance novels. The novel appeared on the NY Times Best Seller list.

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Dragonlance Legends - Synopsis - Test of The Twins
... Raistlin battles Takhisis's minions in the Abyss with Crysania's help ... Crysania is mortally wounded, but Raistlin leaves her behind, telling her that he no longer needs her ...
Test Of The Twins - Reception
... Dragonlance Legends Volume 3 Test of the Twins appeared for several weeks on the NY Times Bestseller list from October 12, 1986 to November 2, 1986 ...

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