Crusade: Forgotten Realms [NOOK Book]

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Picking up from where Dragonwall left off, the book sheds light on the Cormyrean king, masterminding and then leading the crusade in the defense of the entire continent following the invasion of eastern Faerun, Ashanath, Rashemen, and Thesk, by Khahan Yamun and the Tuigan horsemen. Whereas Horselords looks at the story from the point of view of Koja and the Tuigan, and Dragonwall looks at the continuation of the same story from the point of view of General Batu and the Shou Lung, Crusade is written from King ...
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Overview

Picking up from where Dragonwall left off, the book sheds light on the Cormyrean king, masterminding and then leading the crusade in the defense of the entire continent following the invasion of eastern Faerun, Ashanath, Rashemen, and Thesk, by Khahan Yamun and the Tuigan horsemen. Whereas Horselords looks at the story from the point of view of Koja and the Tuigan, and Dragonwall looks at the continuation of the same story from the point of view of General Batu and the Shou Lung, Crusade is written from King Azoun's and subsequently the West's perspective. In addition, there are two parallel stories running: the king's relations with Alusair, his estranged daughter, and the adventures of John Razor, a fletcher from Suzail, as he takes part in the Crusade.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786963997
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 9/25/2012
  • Series: Empires Trilogy
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 486,914
  • File size: 3 MB

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    Cyric proves in this novel that he is no bumbling idiot too crazy to function. James Lowder is the perfect writer for Cyric. Troy Denning gets him all wrong. Even after Cyric "becomes crazy after reading his own book", notice how he is STILL effective, cruel, and manipulative. Mad god or not, THAT is the way evil is supposed to be. Also, oddly, Mystra pities Cyric in this novel when she finds out that all he ever sees and feels is loneliness. Cyric is a brilliant mastermind capable of creating a book that MAKES OTHER GODS WORSHIP HIM! I don't understand at all why people dislike him as a villain. This book and James Lowder showed everything that Cyric should be. I was also glad when Cyric lost a certain position in the end. Cyric was NEVER interested in that power at all. All he cares about is chaos and spreading lies and deception. He outright says he finds his other 'job' tedious. James Lowder, I salute you on this masterpiece.

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