The Brazen Gambit (Dark Sun: Chronicles of Athas, #1)

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Lynn Abbey began publishing in 1979 with the novel Daughter of the Bright Moon and the short story "The Face of Chaos," part of a Thieves World shared world anthology. She received early encouragement from Gordon R. Dickson.

In the 1980s she married Robert Asprin and became his co-editor on the Thieves World books. She also contributed to other shared world series during the 1980s, including Heroes

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 311 pages
  • The Brazen Gambit (Dark Sun: Chronicles of Athas, #1)
  • Lynn Abbey
  • English
  • 03 July 2019
  • 9781560768722

10 thoughts on “The Brazen Gambit (Dark Sun: Chronicles of Athas, #1)

  1. says:

    I recently reread a different Darksun series from my youth, and this sparked an interest in checking out other novels in this universe. Troy Denning’s Prism Pentad was one of the first series of books I read (without being forced) when I was in middle school, and I have always had a special place in my heart for stories set in Darksun. I’m not sure why I never got to this series back in the day, but I can say that the first one was a lot of fun and immerses readers in the brutal setting right off the bat. Abby does a great job with her descriptions of the harsh world and it inhabitance…the word ‘visceral’ comes to mind.
    The plot is a slow burn, but I never felt bored. I think in these ‘longer’ series, especially when multiple authors will be working on it, the first book has a lot more set up than the books to follow. And I’m okay with that.
    Characters were good and had layers, I like that we are in a new City State setting with a new Sorcerer King, and interesting new baddies to become familiar with.

    All and all, a fun read.

  2. says:

    This is the first Dark Sun novel I've read, and, unfortunately, I think the setting bores me. I'll try to ignore that part of it for this short review.

    I'm going to just bullet point this one. I don't have time to do a full write-up.

    * The main character is extremely unlikable. That's not always a bad thing, but it helps when they have redeeming qualities or if the story is about their redemption or downfall. I didn't really get that from this story.

    * The most interesting things to happen to the supporting characters tend to happen off-screen.

    * The book ends a bit anticlimactically. I really disliked that.

    * At one point there's a bit of a twist, but it's so heavily telegraphed that it just comes off as lazy.

    * I felt like the dwarf was portrayed well.

  3. says:



    Probably one of the best novels set on the world of Athas. Together with Cinnabar Shadows and The Rise and Fall of a Dragon King this book starts what could be read as a trilogy. Although all three books are told by different protagonists and are stand-alone novels, they come together quite nicely narrating the events surrounding Pavek, the ex-Templar, during the waning days of the rule of the Lion King of Urik and his inevitable transformation into Athas' most feared and powerful creature, a dragon of Rajaat.

  4. says:

    I don't play Dungeons and Dragons, but I know of it, and I have friends who do. I mention this because that's the world in which this book takes place, yet even with my limited knowledge, I was able to follow everything that went on. More than that, I enjoyed the book from start to finish. The world building was trickled throughout the story and explained easily enough for a novice like me to follow. The only thing I found myself Googling were the names of the creatures mentioned, and that didn't impact my enjoyment of the story at all. It had a good mix of inner dialogue and action, and the settings were interesting.

    The main character, Pavek, lives in a society that conditions its people to be cold and violent. They aren't supposed to care about others, let alone question anything, and forget having aspirations or wanting to better yourself. Yet he's somehow managed to cling to his humanity, and he even develops a sort of moral code for himself to determine right and wrong. I liked him immediately. I empathized with his "fish out of water" situation and the conflict that inevitably happens because of it. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series.

  5. says:

    Fantasy is not my 'gambit' but better than most.

  6. says:

    A better read than Prism Pentad. It is still what it is, a D&D novel meant for young readers, but I found many of the developments interesting, and the protagonist as well.

  7. says:

    Good story, but gets slow at parts.

  8. says:

    Accurate to Darksun Seting

  9. says:

    The story was good but got a bit confusing at times and the ending doesn't answer all the questions you might have. Presumably you have to read the rest of the series to understand it all.

  10. says:

    Great fun and reminded me of my dorky high school days. It's stood up surprisingly well as a fantasy novel.

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