The Clandestine Circle: Crossroads [NOOK Book]

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Rose Knight Linsha Majere, working undercover for the Solamnics' Clandestine Circle, earns a place on the elite bodyguard of Hogan Bight, the mysterous lord governor of Sanction. She quickly learns the governor is not the only one who needs protection in a city threatened by an active volcando about to erupt, a death ship filled with an unknown plague, the ever-watchful Legion Steel, and the subversive Knights of Neraka. But who will protect Linsha from her own heart?
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The Clandestine Circle: Crossroads

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Overview

Rose Knight Linsha Majere, working undercover for the Solamnics' Clandestine Circle, earns a place on the elite bodyguard of Hogan Bight, the mysterous lord governor of Sanction. She quickly learns the governor is not the only one who needs protection in a city threatened by an active volcando about to erupt, a death ship filled with an unknown plague, the ever-watchful Legion Steel, and the subversive Knights of Neraka. But who will protect Linsha from her own heart?
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786964888
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 5/21/2013
  • Series: Crossroads
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 720,452
  • File size: 5 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2002

    The Clandestine Circle

    ¿The Clandestine Circle¿ is the 1st book written for the Crossroads series. Excellent book! The strong central character, Linsha, is an interesting and great character. While she is the granddaughter of Caramon and Tika, author Mary Herbert does not rely on that to make the character. In fact, her relation to the Majeres is a minor point to the book, and the main plot of dealing with a plague spreading throughout the city is strongly written. Hogan Bight almost at times takes center stage because his character is extremely well written. (Does Hogan have a secret?) We get to see inside the Clandestine Circle for the first time. Also we get to see a detailed look at the port town of Sanction and it people and their daily lives. If Krynn were real this may very well be the town I would want to reside in. But since there is a plague killing everyone and forces from the Legion of Steel are attempting to take control of the City I guess I¿d have to wait.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2000

    Standard, But Strong Fantasy!

    Anyone who is a steady reader of DragonLance novels knows that there is quite a lot of repetition among them and many of the titles are, well, not so strong. This title is an exception to that rule, however. Mary Herbert's tale takes the characters through some of the same paces as many other DragonLance books, but her flair for the written word makes this book quite a bit stronger than many other recent DragonLance titles. Her strong central character, Linsha, is an interesting figure in her own right. While she is the granddaughter of Caramon and Tika, Mary Herbert does not rely on that to make the character. In fact, her relation to the Majeres is a minor point to the book, and the main plot of dealing with a plague spreading throughout the city is strongly written. I was more impressed with this DragonLance book than most others I have read in recent times...Dragons of a Fallen Sun included!

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