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I read this when I first started to play AD&D (and even before I read those Dragonlance novels), and it was actually incredibly fascinating to me, both because D&D-type statistics were new to me, as well as the story world. Later, after we played for a while, we found that a lot of their custom classes were not very playable, especially the wizards and clerics, but it would probably still be fun to browse through if I still had it.
I finally finished this book! I bought it when I met Orson Scott Card at All Staff Day and started reading it right away, but it is 662 pages and I kept having to set it aside for library books that I was reading. I really liked this book. It is classic OSC. Book 2 in this series just came out and I'll be anxious to read it. I really liked the direction that it was going when it ended and can't wait to read more.