Despite my reservations after the complete butchery of the end of the latest big Dragonlance trilogy, I picked up the first in Weis' new trilogy. 6 hours later, the paperback is done with.
It was good as far as these things go. A little heavier than usual on the "romance", and a bit more contrived than usual on the plot elements, but good. The story flowed fairly well, the cliffhanger is well executed, and much of the character development [deities in particular] was much more satisfying than in past novels.
Not the pinacle of literary art, but well-done formulaic entertainment. Six hours of entertainment for $8 isn't bad.