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9-10-2009 @ 11:58AM
I would read the Knaak stories in published order. Everything else can be read in timeline order.There's a reason for this and if you don't want to know why stop reading this NOW. The War of the Ancients trilogy is a tricky trilogy because it's sort of a caverns of time event. Characters from his previous novels are go back in time. So you know little of the main characters if you skip Day of the Dragon who's story is also spoiled by reading War of the Ancients.
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