The Abolethic Sovereignty

This three novel series by Bruce R Cordell is a very interesting read on Faerun as a spell plague hits and things really get tough. This story shows just what it would be like for a Mage who is stripped of their power due to a break in the Weave. Raidon Kane is a monk who is the main character of the tale and is also stripped of his magic like abilities that monks are know to have while on his way home to see his daughter. When the world is turned upside down, Raidon is tasked with the quest of saving faerun along with a warlock who makes a pact with an evil fae, to gain some magic to use.. All in all a very good read in the Forgotten Realms setting.. Full of great fights and plots..\m/ \m/

 

 

 

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The Rogues Series

These four stand alone novels make up The Rogues Series. These tales are not connected however they’re some good reads. Each seems to be a different perspective of a roguish type character.. The monk, scout and such. I highly enjoy books like this as these are my favorite characters to play in the tabletop games such as Pathfinder. Another four novels checked off my list in my quest to read all Forgotten Realms tales.. Enjoy \m/ \m/

 

 

 

 

Charon’s Claw: Neverwinter Saga, Book 3 by R.A. Salvatore

Omg!! Yes! Yes! Yes! That’s what I have to say about the third installment of the one and only, greatest of all time, Salvatore’s newest Neverwinter novel. In my opinion (I have been saying it forever as I’ve read all of his work, some multiple times) Salvatore is the best fantasy writer bar none. I will not go into detail so as to not ruin it for anyone who is not caught up on the tale, but as always, Salvatore delivers in full each and every time. Never has this guy let me down (I don’t think it’s possible for him to write crap) and this novel just reaffirms him as top dog in this genre of fantasy. Please throw down what you’re reading and pick up anything by Salvatore. You will not be let down. This one blows the speakers up with purely metal and two horns way up!! \m/ \m/

 

The Erevis Cale Trilogy

Not many authors get me pumped about a good Forgotten Realms fantasy like the one and only great R.A. Salvatore but I now have a second. Paul S Kemp writes some absolutely fantastic tales. After reading this trilogy, he is my second favorite Forgotten Realms fantasy author. His fight scenes are incredibly descriptive and flat out brilliant. I am so pleased with these novels that I will definitely read all of his books. Three more novels down and out of the way in my quest to read all Forgotten Realms novels.. Two horns way up for this trilogy..\m/ \m/

 

 

 

Darkwell

The final installment of the Forgotten Realm’s Moonshae trilogy, Darkwell turned out to be the best one of the series in my opinion, as it should since it’s the closer. One thing about this book is the companions go through many trials and tribulations to complete their mission and some of them don’t make it. That’s one thing I like about it is if it were reality, no one would be safe. From epic Druid magic, to King Tristan fighting a horrific battle with the demon god Bhaal, this book ties up all loose ends in brilliant, fantasy fashion. Excellent stuff here y’all….\m/
8/10