The Sword and the Chain

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New American Library, 1984 - Fantasy - 251 pages
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Once they had been college students playing a roleplaying game. Then, they found that somehow they had become their characters, transported to the Other Side. Now they have chosen the fantasy world for their own, and are fighting for its freedom.

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Review: The Sword and the Chain (Guardians of the Flame #2)

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Having sworn an oath to bring freedom to slaves, Karl Cullinane finds himself at a bit of a loss how to pull it off. It's one thing to have defeated a single band of slavers and freed a dragon from ... Read full review

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Joel Rosenberg is the author of the best-selling "Guardians of the Flame" books as well as the "D'Shai" and "Keepers of the Hidden Ways" series. He resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Home Front is the first in his Ernest "Sparky" Hemingway mysteries, a delightful new series with a wonderfully quirky character set in the land of the Cohen Brothers' "Fargo,"

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