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Mistress of the Night (Forgotten Realms: The Priests #2)

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Mistress of the Night is the second title in this Forgotten Realms novel series that focuses specifically on priests, the popular D&D iconic class also known as clerics. Each title chronicles priests loyal to a different deity in the Forgotten Realms pantheon. Like the preceding series The Rogues, each novel in The Priests series is written as a stand-alone adventure, ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published December 1st 2004 by Wizards of the Coast (first published September 1st 2004)
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Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
There are books you get involved and then there are books... Something like that. I was hospitalized when I read this book. I didn't had that many books so I read it... Maybe iff I was at home I wouldn't had finished in only two days or even finished at all...
The plot is very simple... Feena (tha main character) is a werewolf and a priestess of Selune who returns to the temple in yhuann where a Sharran cult is emerging (Sharr is the evil side of Selune... or so they think). A local wizards son (
Oct 09, 2011 Steve rated it really liked it
I read fast. Being as that I was re-reading this novel, having previously read it years and years ago, when it first came out, I wasn’t surprised that I was flipping through it relatively quickly- I knew and remembered a lot of the main plot points and details of the story. When, at the end of the day, after commuting to-and-from work, and reading on my lunch break, I was 2/3 through the book, I surprised myself. But, that’s the hallmark of a good book- you pick it up, and don’t even realize how ...more
Oct 05, 2009 Doris rated it really liked it
This is one book which is unique in the way it flows. It stars a demented priestess, and a werewolf, who have to fight a cult which is being resurrected after a long quietus where the people were able to forget how bad it really was.

The werewolf is summoned to the priests stronghold/home to help and then gets caught up in web of deceit, tangled lies, and murder - all of which she gets accused of.

A good read overall.
Mar 20, 2012 Jenn rated it really liked it
Pretty good story, but there were a lot of typos and errors that were really distracting >_<
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