Unholy: The Haunted Lands, Book III

Unholy: The Haunted Lands, Book III

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by Richard Lee Byers
     
 

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Join heroes fighting the undead hordes!

A powerful undead sorcerer reigns in Thay over a frightened people and hordes of undead. The mageocracy in exile, masters of no more than their beaten army, watch from distant shores as the new King of Thay prepares a great magical ritual--a ritual they cannot allow him to bring to completion.

The conclusion

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Join heroes fighting the undead hordes!

A powerful undead sorcerer reigns in Thay over a frightened people and hordes of undead. The mageocracy in exile, masters of no more than their beaten army, watch from distant shores as the new King of Thay prepares a great magical ritual--a ritual they cannot allow him to bring to completion.

The conclusion of The Haunted Lands series, the events in Unholy will have tremendous impact on the Forgotten Realms(R) world.


From the Paperback edition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786955916
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
01/26/2010
Series:
Haunted Lands
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
352
Sales rank:
198,455
File size:
3 MB

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Forgotten Realms: Unholy (Haunted Lands Series #3) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Mordant_Murmurs More than 1 year ago
This series was remarkable. Dark, gritty and full of incredibly vivid depictions of Thay, the Red Wizards, demons and necromancy. The characters are completely believable (insofar as a Forgotten Realms characters can be) and convincingly flawed. Something, I think, that many "heroes" in the genre are lacking. It was grueling to have to wait for each subsequent release, but it was so very worth the wait. The ending is what the author makes it, and I don't believe that anything occurred that could not be rationalized. It was dramatic, for certain, and followed the same theme as the previous installments. To that end, it was perfect. A wonderful finish to a truly gripping trilogy.
Draknin More than 1 year ago
Fully worth the read. Mr. Byers creates a very detailed and enveloping world for the reader!
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OzzyDO More than 1 year ago
Fully agree with Mordant_Murmurs. Another cool twist to approaching a book series. No one is completely good or evil, much like life.
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Brock Anders More than 1 year ago
I liked the books and the characters. Hard to keep track of all the names though.
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--Joe-- More than 1 year ago
I would have to say that I am more than disappointed with the finality of this series. Since when do Red Wizards, zulkirs at that try to do something good and not in their own best interests? With all of the excitement from the last book, I guess this one couldn't live up to the hype.