Forgotten Realms: The Ruby Guardian (Scions of Arrabar Trilogy #2)

Forgotten Realms: The Ruby Guardian (Scions of Arrabar Trilogy #2)

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by Thomas M. Reid
     
 

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The second in a trilogy of Forgotten Realms novels from Thomas M. Reid. This title continues the trilogy exploring the political intrigue of a mercenary society in the Forgotten Realms world. The entire series is authored by R.A. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen author and rising star Thomas M. Reid and features stunning cover art from artist Duane O. Meyers.

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The second in a trilogy of Forgotten Realms novels from Thomas M. Reid. This title continues the trilogy exploring the political intrigue of a mercenary society in the Forgotten Realms world. The entire series is authored by R.A. Salvatore's War of the Spider Queen author and rising star Thomas M. Reid and features stunning cover art from artist Duane O. Meyers.

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ISBN-13:
9780786933822
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
11/02/2004
Series:
Scions of Arrabar Series, #2
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
4.24(w) x 6.88(h) x 0.88(d)

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Forgotten Realms: The Ruby Guardian (Scions of Arrabar Trilogy #2) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Moridin01 More than 1 year ago
This entire series has been full of holes and missed opportunities for a real story. It in no way should even be compared to books written by Salvatore or Greenwood. Characters constantly make the most ridicules decisions possible say they have to do better next time then do the same thing. The bad guys just get away with doing the stupidest things like nobody else in the world has eyes. One guy is a known fugitive yet he walks by the house guards who were supposed to be better and sweeps them away and replaces them with his own and nobody alerts the city watch or nothing it is beyond plausibility (all that was just glossed over and implied). This is just one incident but eventually they added up and I could not even continue reading it was just too absurd, which is why this book is not a New York time best seller. This is the first Forgotten Realms book I have been unable to finish and I do not consider myself a hard critic.
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After reading the first book of this trilogy, I was excited to get this one. I just finished it and it's one of those books that has the most unexpected twists that make the book hard to put the book down. Thomas M. Reid needs more credit than he deserves. He needs to be up there with R.A. Salvatore and Ed Greenwood in the Forgotten Realms series. I'm telling you, this man knows how to write one good book. I cannot believe that this book isn't on the New York Times Bestselling list. It's a great book with a great story plot and great characters. Plus, it only has 18 chapters. What's not to love?