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The Sentinels (Stone of Tymora Series #3)
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The Sentinels (Stone of Tymora Series #3)

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by R. A. Salvatore, Geno Salvatore
 

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The lightning-paced conclusion to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by best-selling author R.A. Salvatore and his son...

After dueling with a dragon and a demon, Maimun knows he must destroy the stone that has kept him on the run for most of his life. The question now is how. With Joen by his side, Maimun journeys to the Tower of Twilight to beg famed wizard Malchor

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The lightning-paced conclusion to the Stone of Tymora trilogy by best-selling author R.A. Salvatore and his son...

After dueling with a dragon and a demon, Maimun knows he must destroy the stone that has kept him on the run for most of his life. The question now is how. With Joen by his side, Maimun journeys to the Tower of Twilight to beg famed wizard Malchor Harpell for answers. But Harpell's help comes at a steep price. Friends become enemies. Lost secrets come to light. And deep in the shadows, the sentinels are watching, scheming to save the stone--even if it means someone must die.

Featuring the sage words and signature swordwork of R.A. Salvatore's best-selling character Drizzt Do'Urden, this final book of the Stone of Tymora trilogy is packed with action, magic, intrigue, and a heart-stopping twist that Salvatore fans won't want to miss.

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ALAN Review - Simon Gooch
Maimun is a teenage orphan who has already seen more than his fair share of adventures. He is bound to a magical artifact of the goddess of good fortune, Tymora; yet somehow, this good luck charm seems to attract nothing but trouble. In this book, the third of a trilogy, Maimun sets out to destroy the Stone of Tymora with the help of his friend, the young pirate Joen. Maimun soon discovers that things—and people—are rarely as they first appear. The story is set in the world of the Forgotten Realms, a fully developed and richly layered fantasy universe. In this book, Maimun travels through locations such as Waterdeep, Longsaddle, and Silverymoon in search of answers to the many riddles he faces in his quest. He also encounters his occasional rescuer and mentor, the famous elf Drizzt, who is a beloved character in the Forgotten Realms universe. Reviewer: Simon Gooch

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786958092
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
11/09/2010
Series:
Stone of Tymora Series , #3
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
304
Sales rank:
147,832
File size:
2 MB
Age Range:
10 - 14 Years

Meet the Author

R.A. SALVATORE is the author of forty novels and more than a dozen New York Times best sellers, including The Two Swords which debuted at #4 on the New York Times best seller list.

GENO SALVATORE has collaborated on several R.A. Salvatore projects including Fast Forward Games R.A. Salvatore's The DemonWars Campaign Setting and R.A. Salvatore's The DemonWars Player's Guide. He co-authored R.A. Salvatore's DemonWars Prologue, a DemonWars short story that appeared in the comic book published by Devil's Due Publishing. He is a recent graduate of Boston University and lives in Massachusetts.


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Brief Biography

Hometown:
Leominster, MA
Date of Birth:
January 20, 1959
Place of Birth:
Leominster, MA
Website:
http://www.rasalvatore.com/

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The Sentinels (Stone of Tymora Series #3) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
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Finally, after two books, we get to see some deliberate action and character development by our two protagonists. There's still an unnecessary number of deus ex machinas, but at least it's woven into the plot - though the ending feels rushed and intended solely to leave the series open to sequels.
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