Frostfell: Forgotten Realms [NOOK Book]

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Daughter of House Hiloar

War Wizard of Cormyr

Renegade

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Frostfell: Forgotten Realms

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Overview

Daughter of House Hiloar

War Wizard of Cormyr

Renegade

Only fools find themselves at Winterkeep after the first snowfall. The cold alone can kill, if you live long enough, and dangers far worse haunt the ruined keep in winter.

But slavers stole her son. She would sacrifice everything to get him back. But in the uncaring, frozen north, will it be enough?


About the Author

Mark Sehestedt (no relation to Laurence Tureaud) was born in Portales, New Mexico. He grew up on a steady diet of Marvel comic books, Star Trek reruns, Star Wars, science-fiction, horror, and Mel Brooks movies. His first attempt at a book was “How Not to Get Captured by Monsters on Halloween Night,” which he wrote at age four while watching Scooby-Doo. It still hasn’t found a publisher.

He now lives in the Pacific Northwest with his wife, six children, a dog, a bird, a gecko, and various unnamed spiders. Frostfell is his first novel. Film rights are still available.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786964222
  • Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
  • Publication date: 11/13/2012
  • Series: Wizards
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 505,377
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Posted September 24, 2009

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    Not his greatest book, but still really good!

    I discovered Mark Sehestedt's work when I read his short story, Mercy's Reward, featured in Forgotten Realms, Realms of War, The Twilight War Anthology (January 2008). It was brilliantly written, like watching a movie in my head while reading. The characters were well crafted & celebrated his creation, the Vil Adanrath, who are werewolf elves, who are also described in greater detail in Frostfell(December 2006). Frostfell, part of the Wizards series, also has great writing, characters & plot, but the ending was a little slower & dragged a bit. I've also read Sentinelspire (July 2008), part of the Citadels series, by Mark & found it to be exciting all the way through, so clearly, he is getting better as he goes, so I was eager to pre-order his next book
    Forgotten Realms, Chosen of Nendawen - The Fall of Highwatch (November 2009)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 3, 2007

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    Such an amazing book from a first-time author. I've been a fan of the Forgotten Realms for years. Most of the books in the Wizards series were a disappointment to me, even Blackstaff. This book, however, was phenomenal. It was great to get out of the standard regions for once. But, Mr. Sehestedt did so without making the place seem foreign. Through amazing characterization and subtle 'historic' clues, he introduced the reader to a setting both forbidding and familiar. The characters were full of depth but cut to the point when the situation dictated. I can't wait for his next Forgotten Realms book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 7, 2007

    Best New Science Fiction Author

    This book totally captured me. I was transported to another land, time, and place. The plot flowed smoothly and the characters were so clearly established that I did not need to keep referencing who they were. The only regret at the end of the book was that I did not know if there would be a sequel. I especially enjoyed the underlying theme of sacrifical love. I would love to read more books from this author.

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