Forgotten Realms: The Captive Flame (Brotherhood of the Griffon #1)

Forgotten Realms: The Captive Flame (Brotherhood of the Griffon #1)

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by Richard Lee Byers
     
 

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Take flight with the Brotherhood of the Griffin – Richard Lee Byers’s most celebrated characters.

The Captive Flame features the return of popular character Aoth and his mercenary band, the Brotherhood of the Griffin, introduced in Richard Lee Byers’s trilogy The Haunted Lands. Deluxe, trade paperback packaging and Byers’s signature

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Take flight with the Brotherhood of the Griffin – Richard Lee Byers’s most celebrated characters.

The Captive Flame features the return of popular character Aoth and his mercenary band, the Brotherhood of the Griffin, introduced in Richard Lee Byers’s trilogy The Haunted Lands. Deluxe, trade paperback packaging and Byers’s signature twisted plots make this a must-have for all true Forgotten Realms fans.

Aoth and his band of mercenaries, the Brotherhood of the Griffin, are hired to put a stop to a disturbing series of ritualistic killings. While they manage to defeat the perpetrators, Aoth can’t seem to shake the feeling that there’s more to these mysterious murders than meets the eye. Still, he resists the urge to investigate. After all, it’s just business. Until an assassin’s knife almost finds a home between his shoulder blades, and Aoth finds himself tangled in a lethal web of intrigue.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786953967
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
05/04/2010
Series:
Forgotten Realms Brotherhood of the Griffon Series, #1
Pages:
384
Product dimensions:
4.22(w) x 7.02(h) x 0.99(d)

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Richard Lee Byers has created a compelling character in Szass Tam. He wants to make Thay a more united nation. You may be thinking, "What's not to like?". Well, he's a Lich; the most powerful of Forgotten Realms undead. The only shortcoming of this novel would be that it has to be read as part of a trilogy. It is not a stand alone work. If you like Fantasy Swords and Sorcery with some horror thrown in; this is the book for you. The Haunted Lands trilogy has not only solid plot development but decent characterization as well.
spectre More than 1 year ago
Overall one of the better series that I have read in a while. The author creates a exceptionally good view of the world in which it takes place which I take particular liking to. I can't wait to get my hands on the next one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lol thts both gro ss and distuebing... did she go along with him touching her or was she scared?
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I walk in, a crutch supporting me. I look around embaressed and then try to walk to a room. I stumble and fall against a wall. "Son of a-" i push myself up and walk to the room, my face redm
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
ZOMBIES!!!!!!!!!!
MbowlesSciFi More than 1 year ago
Just a lot of fun. Always enjoy following a band of "adventurers" that keep you engaged, attached and looking forward to the next monster.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow this is the start of a dark evil series that is very undead.must read if u like the undead and crypts of thay.start now and turn off the lights
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well written and as expected from Byers and Forgotten Realms!
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Nice plot. Not many real twists because its still a developing story. Lots of interesting developments though. Seems like his early books in a series spend a lot in development. I do prefer that eventhough you are developing characters, if a book ends something should be concluded. Some intelectual puzzle or mystery should be solved. No "whys" were answered. Byers seems to save this only for the final book. So all-in-all it could be better.
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This is the first opportunity I've had to read Richard Byers work. Well done. I am always looking for new Fantasy authors. I believe I may have found one worth following.
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