Sentinelspire: Forgotten Realms: The Citadels

Sentinelspire: Forgotten Realms: The Citadels

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by Mark Sehestedt
     
 

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To save the future, he must embrace his past...

A ranger and his apprentice are captured by a group of assassins who demand their help in overthrowing their leader and the ruler of the fortress of Sentinelspire, the Old Man of the Mountain. Although the ranger doesn't want to help, he discovers the Old Man's plans may involve the master druid who gave him a new

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To save the future, he must embrace his past...

A ranger and his apprentice are captured by a group of assassins who demand their help in overthrowing their leader and the ruler of the fortress of Sentinelspire, the Old Man of the Mountain. Although the ranger doesn't want to help, he discovers the Old Man's plans may involve the master druid who gave him a new life--and the destruction of all he now holds dear.

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:
9780786963775
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
08/14/2012
Series:
Citadels
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
Sales rank:
664,472
File size:
3 MB

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Meet the Author

Mark Sehestedt lives in Maine, and is a freelance writer and editor. He was an editor for Wizards of the Coast's book publishing group for almost ten years. He is also the author of Frostfell.

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Forgotten Realms: Sentinelspire (Citadels Series) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Sekhemkhet More than 1 year ago
Sentinelspire is definitely my favorite book in "The Citadels" series. The characters are awesome, savage, well-developed, humorous, and downright easy and enjoyable to imagine and follow along throughout the story's progression. Mark Sehestedt did a remarkable job compacting a good, short story into this small 300+ page book. He creates a darkened atmosphere that shrouds the lair of the "Old Man" almost too well. This is, in my opinion, the best of "The Citadels". Enjoy
OzzyDO More than 1 year ago
This book makes me think of when my player group wanted to take a "detour" while on one of my long campaign scenarios. I didn't give my full attention to the design, implementation, nor details. Just a here-ya-go kinda of romp. I'm still not sure if the main character was a Ranger or a specialized Druid. Lots of sword work. Very little spell work, so if you are a magic focused reader then you may not like. If you are a druidic fan or nature focused then you should like it...note that I'm avoiding "love". I don't regret buying the book, rarely is that the case w/my beloved played-in world of FR, but my desire to re-read (which guides me in my reviews) is not really there. Maybe in a couple years.
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