Reavers of the Blood Sea: The Chaos War, Book 4

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Wizards of the Coast, Apr 10, 2012 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Chaos's evil shadow sweeps over Krynn

During the hottest summer in memory, minotaurs fight against the Knights of Takhisis, into whose hands their god Sargonnas has delivered them. In the midst of the conflict, the armies of Chaos plunge into the heart of Ansalon.

Now the minotaur warrior Aryx must unite his people and their enemy, the knights, against the monstrous servants of Chaos. If he succeeds, the two sides may forge a bond that will change Krynn for all time.

If he fails, then they will all perish.

Richard Knaak, author of the New York Times best-selling The Legend of Huma, tells this thrilling tale of the minotaurs of Krynn in the time of the Chaos War.

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Adrift in the Blood SeaChapter One
Dread CompanionsChapter Two
NethosakChapter Three
The Temple of SargonnasChapter Four
The House of OrilgChapter Five
The Encroaching DarknessChapter Six
The StormChapter Seven
Storm Over NethosakChapter Eight
ArmageddonChapter Twelve
SecretsChapter Thirteen
The KazelatiChapter Fourteen
The MaelstromChapter Fifteen
Swords BetrayalChapter Sixteen
The Coils of ChaosChapter Seventeen
The Final SacrificeChapter Eighteen
AftermathChapter Nineteen

Warriors of the DeepChapter Nine
An Eye for an EyeChapter Ten
Fragile AlliancesChapter Eleven
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RICHARD A. KNAAK is the "New York Times" bestselling author of forty novels, including the "The Sin War" trilogy for Diablo and the "Legend of Huma" for Dragonlance. For the Warcraft series, he has penned many novels, including the "War of the Ancients" trilogy, "Day of the Dragon" and its followup, "Night of the Dragon". His other works include his own "Dragonrealm" series, the "Aquilonia" trilogy of the Age of Conan, and the "Sunwell Trilogy"--the first Warcraft manga. His novels and short stories have been published worldwide in China, Iceland, the Czech Republic, and Brazil.

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