Spellfire: Shandril's Saga, Book 1

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Wizards of the Coast, Nov 15, 2011 - Fiction - 416 pages
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A mass market expanded edition of Ed Greenwood’s first Forgotten Realms novel.

Author Ed Greenwood has returned to his first novel set in the Forgotten Realms world. Working from his original notes, he has revised and expanded the novel, developing characters and scenes that were cut from the original edition published in 1988. Fans will enjoy this mass market edition of the “director’s cut” of the first novel in Greenwood’s story of Shandril of Highmoon.

AUTHOR BIO: A resident of Ontario, Ed Greenwood created the Forgotten Realms setting nearly 30 years ago and has written hundreds of novels, articles, and game products in the setting. His most recent novel is Elminster’s Daughter

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I really enjoyed this book. I've read it several times I liked it so much. This novel is set in the Forgotten Realms, a game world for the Dungeons and Dragons game. The setting was invented by the ... Read full review

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Cover Title Page Copyright Dedication Foreword
At the Sign of the Rising Moon Chapter 2 Wandering in the Mist Chapter 3 The Gates of Doom
Many Meetings
The Grotto of the Dracolich Chapter 6 Death in the Dark Chapter 7 To Face the Bright Danger Chapter 8 Much Mayhem Chapter 9 The Battle Nee...
Gods Help us All Chapter 14 Shadows Creep Chapter 15 Hawks Weep Fools Plan Chapter 16 To Walk Unseen Chapter 17 Harps and Bright Hope ...

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ED GREENWOOD is the creator of the Forgotten Realms fantasy world setting and the author of more than 170 books that have sold millions of copies worldwide in over two dozen languages. In real life, he's a Canadian librarian who lives in the Ontario countryside with his wife, a cat, and far too many books.

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