The Forest King: Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time [NOOK Book]

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The surprising history of Balif has finally come to light...

The Journeyman is charged to use the ancient Anvil of Time to travel back along the river of time and find the lost stories that fell between the pages of the history books.

One of the most intriguing figures in Dragonlance(R) is that of Balif, the elven general who was an intimate of Silvanos, the first Speaker ...
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The Forest King: Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time

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Overview

The surprising history of Balif has finally come to light...

The Journeyman is charged to use the ancient Anvil of Time to travel back along the river of time and find the lost stories that fell between the pages of the history books.

One of the most intriguing figures in Dragonlance(R) is that of Balif, the elven general who was an intimate of Silvanos, the first Speaker of the Stars. Balif founded the city of Balifor, granted the kender a homeland, was an advocate for the wizard Vedvedsica, lived under a curse, was altered by the Graygem--but no one elf could do all those things. Or could he?


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786955930
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 1/26/2010
  • Series: Tracy Hickman Presents the Anvil of Time
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 320
  • Sales rank: 474,188
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted September 22, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Through The Window

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    By David Townley

    Paul Thompson presents an intriguing story of a man's disappearance from history at the peak of his time in that history. It is the story of how the world lost one of its greatest Generals about the time it could use him the most.
    This novel stands by itself. While it is a novel about the world of Dragonlance, first penned by Tracy Hickman and Margaret Weis, and is the fourth book in the Anvil of Time series, you don't have to have been an avid reader of this series to enjoy the mystery, intrigue and sword play of this story. Dragonlance is world of humans, elves, dwarfs, orcs, the mischievous kinder and host of others. The Anvil of Time is a mechanism for writers to present independent stories based in this world without concern for the myriad of characters that have already populated this world.
    What this does is allow the story to be fresh while having that feel of the familiar. Having read every Dragonlance story from the beginning, I am happy to see stories that present this world without requiring at least a slight knowledge of what happened before.
    If you want a taste of what this rich world is about, the Anvil of Time series and "The Forest King" is the way to do it.

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  • Posted August 2, 2009

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    The Anvil of Time keeps going strong

    This book was by far the strangest one to date in the Anvil of Time series. Simplest way to sum it up would be Dr. Moreau meets the elven nations. Still it's an excellent read and has some interesting twists in the storyline. I do hope the Journeyman has more tales to tell us. :)

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