The Staff of Naught

The Staff of Naught

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by Tom Liberman
     
 
Tanner Wilmer is a simple merchant who works the trade route along the Old Mountain Road that runs along the Thilnog Mountains and separates the City of Spiders from the Hobgoblin lands beyond. When Tanner's energetic son notes skeletons by the hundreds plunging into the sea near an old shipwreck it sets in motion a series of events that brings the powerful High

Overview

Tanner Wilmer is a simple merchant who works the trade route along the Old Mountain Road that runs along the Thilnog Mountains and separates the City of Spiders from the Hobgoblin lands beyond. When Tanner's energetic son notes skeletons by the hundreds plunging into the sea near an old shipwreck it sets in motion a series of events that brings the powerful High Priest of the City in the Sand to the region. Seymour the Bright, and his seemingly all powerful Amulet of Ras, race towards Doria along with the stoic warrior Oliver to recover an ancient relic before Tanner and his allies can get it first.

Tanner and his family, along with the town witch, a pair of young urchins, his beautiful half-elf mistress, and the swordsman Shamki try to find out what lies below.

Finding the terrible Staff of Naught only begins the quest. Everyone has their own plans for the Staff and Tanner and his friends quickly find themselves in a far more dangerous situation than they ever imagined.

Their journey takes them to the secretive iron forge of Edorin Firefist high in the Thilnog Mountains and beyond as they must decide whether to use the energy of the Staff or try and destroy the thing before someone more powerful takes it from them.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012326836
Publisher:
Tom Liberman
Publication date:
04/06/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
273 KB

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Tom Liberman is an objectivist of the Ayn Rand school and that philosophy is expressed in his writing.

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