Forgotten Realms: Wrath of the Blue Lady (The Wilds Series)

Forgotten Realms: Wrath of the Blue Lady (The Wilds Series)

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by Mel Odom
     
 

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Best-selling author Mel Odom returns to the world of Forgotten Realms® with high-seas adventure!

A treasure hunter discovers a sunken ship beneath the Sea of Fallen Stars . . . and the dark sorceress who sank it. Allying with the vilest monsters of Faerûn, she seeks to expand her empire beneath the waves and overcome the surface

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Best-selling author Mel Odom returns to the world of Forgotten Realms® with high-seas adventure!

A treasure hunter discovers a sunken ship beneath the Sea of Fallen Stars . . . and the dark sorceress who sank it. Allying with the vilest monsters of Faerûn, she seeks to expand her empire beneath the waves and overcome the surface.

The Wilds series feature adventures set in iconic Dungeons & Dragons® settings. Magically distorted landscapes, jungle islands teeming with reptilian monsters, wide frontiers touched by another plane, or deep under the surface of the sea–adventure is waiting.


From the Paperback edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786956401
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
01/26/2010
Series:
Forgotten Realms: The Wilds Series , #4
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
633,811
File size:
3 MB

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Forgotten Realms: Wrath of the Blue Lady (The Wilds Series) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
*lays down with blood coming out of her paw* ill make it through this...
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booktroll More than 1 year ago
Of the three 'The Wilds' books I have read so far, this one is by far the best. It is more light-hearted, adventurous and entertaining than the others and does one of the best jobs I have seen so far of capturing the essence of a D&D adventuring party. The dialogue, banter and relationships between the characters are very reminiscent of a fun D&D group playing a well constructed adventure. This is probably one of the reasons I was able to relate to the characters better than the other books I read in this series. I would have liked to have seen a bit more of the budding romance between the main character and the ship's mage, but hopefully, these characters will appear in more FR books and we can see that relationship flesh out more in those. The only major complaint I have is what seems to be a tendency of FR authors to throw the main characters against foes they are not powerful enough to defeat, then give them a Deus Ex Machina artifact to defeat them rather than using any particular virtue of the characters to win the day.