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Forgotten Realms: Avenger (Blades of the Moonsea Series #3)
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Forgotten Realms: Avenger (Blades of the Moonsea Series #3)

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by Richard Baker
 

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Someone means to eradicate the Hulmasters this night, he realized—all of us

Geran Hulmaster had to make a choice: rescue Miyra or protect Hulberg, the town his family rules. He returns with Miyra only to be sent into exile with his family by Rhovann—a longtime rival determined to ruin him. He would do anything to take Hulburg back—and to extract due

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Someone means to eradicate the Hulmasters this night, he realized—all of us

Geran Hulmaster had to make a choice: rescue Miyra or protect Hulberg, the town his family rules. He returns with Miyra only to be sent into exile with his family by Rhovann—a longtime rival determined to ruin him. He would do anything to take Hulburg back—and to extract due justice.

Should there be no Hulmasters left to claim the throne, we would not have to worry about how they might be used by our rivals.

Kardhel Terov, a Warlock Knight of Vaasa, wants Hulburg stable—and magically bound to obey him in all things. Killing the Hulmasters and supporting Rhovann seems most efficient. But first, he has to make Rhovann need him enough to swear away his sovereignty.

Geran? Rhovann forced himself to stay silent despite his surprise. So it was no common sellsword his runehelms had pursured the night before—it was the impudent swordmage, his most bitter nemesis, challenging his power in a brazen act of mayhem!

Rhovann Disarnnyl insinuated himself in Hulburg, drove the Hulmasters from their homeland, and created an army of golems to enforce his will. For a time, he was content to watch Geran suffer. But the swordmage soon proved a problem requiring a much more permanent solution.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780786953936
Publisher:
Wizards of the Coast
Publication date:
03/02/2010
Series:
Forgotten Realms Blades of the Moonsea Series , #3
Pages:
346
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.20(h) x 1.50(d)

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Mr_Lee More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book by Richard Baker. His writing style is unique and enjoyable. Baker is a skilled writer, I will be watching for other works by him. My favorite aspect of the book is Bakers ability to maintain an interesting plot without depending to heavily on the supernatural abilities of the characters in the book; that is make the story interesting without smothering the reader with characters magical abilities. I recomended this book to my friends and I recomend you read it. The story is good and does not disappoint.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall, the book was well-written and enjoyable. Its not going to win any awards, but that isn't the job o fthe piece. Its meant to entertain you, and it most certainly does that. The imagery of the journey towards the end of the book was wonderful, finally someone decided to explore this new land in a fascinating way!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Richard Baker does a wonderful job of capturing the reader and putting us right in the story. I swear I felt the pain Geran was feeling during the book. It was hard to put the book down.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Best new realms book i've read. Baker is an amazing author and i look forward to the rest of the series.
Anonymous 6 months ago
I long to know all about the Forgotten Realms and these books have made a great addition to my understanding of the world
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Fellegad More than 1 year ago
This one's my kind of fantasy. Some great fiction focusing and fine-tuning a small piece of the Realms.
TheMinnesotan More than 1 year ago
The nature of this series of books is that it is the collective works of several authors each writing a part of a bigger story, overseen by R.A Salvatore. R.A. Salvatore Presents The War of the Spider Queen. In this nature of writing if the editor is not diligent there tend to be a few inconsistencies. In this particular series most of them are minor such as how the Drow refer to themselves, i.e. female or woman. Also there tend to be some personality differences of the individual characters between the books. However, do not let this detract you. If you are a fan of the world of R.A Salvatore and the culture he has written extensively about then this is an essential read. These books are unique an interesting to read.
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