La Mer des p es
Bien qu'ils ignorent toujours où se trouve Wulfgar, Drizzt, Catti-Brie, Bruenor et Régis coulent des jours heureux au Valbise. Cette paix est bien vite anéantie quand survient un groupe de bandits de grand chemin, mené par la rusée Gemme Poivre. Cette dernière est arrêtée et l'on découvre lors de son procès qu'elle arbore des tatouages semblables aux signes gravés sur le marteau de guerre de Wulfgar... Craignant le pire, Drizzt et Catti-Brie reprennent la route, bien décidés à retrouver leur ami.
Elminster Making of a Mage
In ancient days, sorcerers sought to learn the One True Spell that would give them power over all the world and understanding of all magic. . . . The One True Spell was a woman, and her name was Mystra -- and her kisses were wonderful. Priest Havilon Tharnstar Tales Told to a Blind Wizard It is the time before Myth Drannor, when the Heartlands are home to barbarians, and wicked dragons rule the skies. In these ancient days, Elminster is but a shepherd boy, dreaming of adventure and heroics. When a dragon-riding magelord sweeps down upon him, though, the boy is thrust into a world of harsh realities, corrupt rulers, and evil sorcerers. With patience and grit, Elminster sets about to change all that. The result of his labors is a world reborn and a mage made.
Dark Elf hero Drizzt Do'Urden finds the peace and prosperity of Mithril Hall--marked by Bruenor's reclaiming of his throne and the marriage of Wulgar and Carri-brie--shattered when his old enemies, including the Spider Queen Lolth, arrive to exact their revenge. Reprint.
An all-new digital version of one of the key titles in the entire Forgotten Realms novel line. At the time of its original release, this series presented key events that impacted the entire Forgotten Realms world, and the effects of those events are still felt in current novels. This re-released series will have a cohesive cover design and all-new art. This title was originally released underneath the author pseudonym Richard Awlinson. When the gods are banished from the heavens, they must travel through Faerûn in the guise of mortals. When four companions, last survivors of the Company of the Lynx, find themselves in possession of a mysterious amulet, they must escape death at the hand of Bane, god of murder. When magic itself runs wild, no one can say that the most innocent of spells will not destroy the world.
Swords of Dragonfire
Jump into a new adventure by fan-favorite Ed Greenwood! Florin and his friends have finally made a name for themselves--only to find themselves the pawns of both dark and noble forces in a battle for power. Together, the Swords of Eveningstar must untangle the webs of lies that surround them before the threat to the kingdom eclipses their abilities to defend it. Swords of Dragonfire is the second title in an exciting new trilogy by best-selling author Ed Greenwood, the creator of the Forgotten Realms setting. This novel is a fast-paced sword and sorcery adventure worthy of a place on your shelves next to Conan and Fafherd and the Gray Mouser. From the Paperback edition.
The start of a brand-new series by one of HarperVoyager's most popular bestselling authors. Fiona McIntosh weaves dark and compelling stories, with fast-moving plots and all-too-human characters. From out of the East came the warlord Loethar and his barbarian horde ... like a merciless plague they swarm across kingdoms to destroy all who had once mocked them. Only one land remains to be conquered. the richest and most powerful realm of the Denova Set ... Penraven. the Valisar rulers face certain death, for the savage tyrant Loethar covets what they alone possess: the fabled Valisar Enchantment, an irresistible power to coerce. the last hope of the besieged kingdom escapes in the company of a single warrior. the future of Penraven now rests on the shoulders of this young Valisar royal, but he must survive brutality and treachery in order to unravel the mystery of his heritage.
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The saga of dark elf Drizzt Do'Urden has become a fixture in the fantasy genre, with a string of New York Times best-selling novels going back to 1988. Maestro is the follow-up to Archmage, and continues the story of Drizzt's perilous homecoming. Drizzt is going home. But not to Mithral Hall. Not to Icewind Dale. He's going to Menzoberranzan. Something terrible-immense-unspeakable, has come to the City of Spiders, leaving death and destruction in its wake. Additionally, the damage of the Darkening, of war, and of a demon-ravaged Underdark sends cracks out across the North, causing irreparable damage. At the same time, the primordial of Gauntlgrym stirs, sending Cattie-brie and Gromph to the ruins of the Host Tower of the Arcane in Luskan, seeking the only power that can keep the beast in check. Jarlaxle holds the strings for them all, orchestrating a masterpiece of manipulation that brings old enemies together, and tears old friends apart. But even the wily and resourceful Jarlaxle may not realize just how narrow a path he walks. The City of Spiders might already have fallen to the demons and their wicked prince, and what's to say the demons will stop there? Maestro is the sequel to Archmage, and the exciting 2nd book in the Homecoming trilogy.
In a far-off realm where danger reigns supreme, Shandril's courage is put to the ultimate test by the powers of unspeakably evil monsters and wicked magical forces, in a revised edition of the popular fantasy novel. Reprint.
The Connatic rules the three thousand inhabited planets of the Alastor Cluster from his palace Lusz on the world Numenes. Though his military force can bring considerable might to bear where necessary, the Connatic often wanders among his subjects incognito, intervening to right a wrong, or leaving well enough alone. The population of the idyllic water-world Trullion is dispersed among myriad islands large and small. Glinnes Hulden, returning from ten years' military service, finds his ancestral home given up to a social movement which will turn the Trill's easy existence on its ear. From winnings earned playing hussade-the gladiatorial sport followed throughout the cluster-Hulden attempts to buy back his inheritance, but his hopes are dashed by a murderous raid carried out by space-borne pirates. Glinnes Hulden must use his wits and strength to regain what is rightfully his. Trullion is Book I of the Alastor sequence, and Volume 47 of the Spatterlight Press Signature Series. Released in the centenary of the author's birth, this handsome new collection is based upon the prestigious Vance Integral Edition. Select volumes enjoy up-to-date maps, and many are graced with freshly-written forewords contributed by a distinguished group of authors. Each book bears a facsimile of the author's signature and a previously-unpublished photograph, chosen from family archives for the period the book was written. These unique features will be appreciated by all, from seasoned Vance collector to new reader sampling the spectrum of this author's influential work for the first time. - John Vance II