Stormlight

Stormlight

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by Ed Greenwood
     
 

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Strange magic is on the loose in Firefall Keep -- magic that kills.

The mightiest War Wizards are baffled, and the shadow of destruction threatens valiant Harpers and nobles of the fair realm of Cormyr alike. With Harpers in jeopardy, it is up to the legendary Bard of Shadowdale, Storm Silverhand, to overcome this lethal and mysterious force.

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Overview

Strange magic is on the loose in Firefall Keep -- magic that kills.

The mightiest War Wizards are baffled, and the shadow of destruction threatens valiant Harpers and nobles of the fair realm of Cormyr alike. With Harpers in jeopardy, it is up to the legendary Bard of Shadowdale, Storm Silverhand, to overcome this lethal and mysterious force.

"Whenever I think I can relax at last, someone hastens to brutally point out to me that I've fresh work to do. It's time to save the world again." -- Storm Silverhand

Stormlight is the fourteenth in an open-ended series of novels focusing on the Harpers, the secret organization for Good in the Forgotten Realms fantasy world.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786961740
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
11/15/2011
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
583,113
File size:
3 MB

Meet the Author

ED GREENWOOD is the creator of the Forgotten Realms fantasy world setting and the author of more than 170 books that have sold millions of copies worldwide in over two dozen languages. In real life, he's a Canadian librarian who lives in the Ontario countryside with his wife, a cat, and far too many books.

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Forgotten Realms: Stormlight (Harpers #14) 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Storm must be the most shallow character Ed Greenwood has ever written. In her own novel where she's not a supporting character, Ed Greenwood had the opportunity to finally flesh her character out. But rather than telling us what she is made of, what her hopes and fears are, or even describing that poorly defined magic power of hers, Ed writes her like she's a PlayBoy centerfold. That probably would've been great if this were a graphic novel, but its not. What the heck is with all the nude scenes of her in odd settings for? Okay, Ed, she's not modest. We get it. Could you put some clothes on her now for Pete's sake. The fight scenes are the usual boring, grandiose Greenwood type, in so far as you know this character will always be saved by her magic. The other characters, mainly the nobility, are all stereotypical. The plot which plods along slowly, and does nothing to develop Storm's character, isn't worth mentioning.
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