The Shield of Weeping Ghosts: Forgotten Realms: The Citadels

The Shield of Weeping Ghosts: Forgotten Realms: The Citadels

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by James Davis
     
 

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The past will come back to haunt them...

A group of warriors from Rashemen escorts an exiled wizard to a ruined citadel in the City of Weeping Ghosts. Once there, the wizard discovers a barbarian tribe is trying to unlock the secrets of the citadel and the weapon that destroyed it two thousand years ago.

A series that centers on the citadels - castles,

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The past will come back to haunt them...

A group of warriors from Rashemen escorts an exiled wizard to a ruined citadel in the City of Weeping Ghosts. Once there, the wizard discovers a barbarian tribe is trying to unlock the secrets of the citadel and the weapon that destroyed it two thousand years ago.

A series that centers on the citadels - castles, keeps, fortreeses, and watchtowers - of the Forgotten Realms world, each book in The Citadels series is a self-contained fantasy adventure.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786963799
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
08/14/2012
Series:
Citadels
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
946,108
File size:
3 MB

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Forgotten Realms: The Shield of Weeping Ghosts (Citadels #3) 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
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rubydiamond More than 1 year ago
This book was a bit confusing. It starts off sort of in the middle and along the way explains about the past.They are constantly reminding you of what they are seeking. However, you never really understand what it is until they find it.The ghosts in the book make it a bit more intersting but i wasn't too thrilled with the ending.
Sekhemkhet More than 1 year ago
In my opinion this is the only book in "The Citadels" series that I find to be worthless. I began reading it and found it to be confusing to follow along with, the writing style was not as prounounced and detailed as a story like this should be. Sad to say, I only read about 50-some-odd pages into this and just put it down and never re-opened it. My brother read it and partially enjoyed it but did mention the ending was not good at all. Who knows, maybe the story got better further along, but as for me, I find that hard to believe.
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