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Stardeep: Forgotten Realms (Forgotten Realms: The Dungeons #3)

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The deeper you go, the more dangerous it gets! Explore the Dungeons!

All Kiril Duskmourn does is run away--from guilt, from her past, and from her responsibilities. But she can't run any longer. She lost everything stopping the Traitor from loosing his unholy revolution, and now the bindings on his cell are weakening. She alone holds the key to his release or further impris
Published August 28th 2012 by Wizards of the Coast (first published January 1st 2012)
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Feb 04, 2011 Travis rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Stardeep by Bruce R. Cordell

Stardeep is the third book released in The Dungeons series of stand-alone novels. The series contains three other entries, which are written by different authors. Since each novel is a stand-alone novel, you can read the series out-of-order and should be able to pick them up without any prior knowledge. The Dungeons series is set in the Forgotten Realms setting of Dungeons and Dragons. The other novels in this series are Depths of Madness by Erik Scott de Bie, The How
Oct 09, 2011 Steve rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I liked Stardeep. Being a Faerûnian Elven scholar, I picked the book up immediately, thinking there’d be plenty of new lore about Star Elves, the Sildëyuir, and the Yuirwood. Well, there was some new lore on those places, but not as much as I expected. Not as much as would have liked. That said, the saving grace of the book were the characters.

I’ll just get this part out of the way now: the whole Aberration angle. Yeah, with the FRCG out already, and the ‘full story’ having been told now, I stil
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Jan 24, 2011 Jason Folkens rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This is the second book written by Bruce R. Cordell that I have read, the first one being Darkvision. It turned out to be a satisfying sequel.

Bruce writes using a technique that requires a level of concentration that is higher than most other books in the genre. The vocabulary level is quite high, and because of the books structure, the reader must rely upon context quite frequently to determine which character is being alluded to in each chapter.

Overall, that's both a good thing and a bad thing
Pierre van Rooden
Might have liked this one better, had I not read the novels that came after it. Bruce has a style where people of various complex backgrounds, with no relation to each other, are brought together by fate to fight some (generall abberant) greater evil.
That style (found also in Darkvision and Plague of spells) at some point starts to garet a bit. It means that I enjoyed the book less than I could have, even if the style fits this particularly story (slightly) better than the others.
I DID like the
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Jan 27, 2013 Rodel Cuenca rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I found this book at the Goodwill for $0.99. I only bought it because it is a Forgotten Realms book, it had a cool looking cover, and the writer's last name sounded like my first and it struck me as funny that if he were my dad my name would be Rodel Cordell.
I was pleasantly surprised! It is a short book but it is a very fun read and the characters are memorable. Too bad it isn't part of a larger series. Also, the books that Bruce R. Cordell wrote after this are pretty bad and should be skipped
Best understood as a prelude to the Empyrian Oddysey, it was fairly compelling, though the author seemed to want to impress with his vocabulary, which is rarely a good idea. Still, a pretty good page turner.
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Bruce R. Cordell authored books for Dungeons & Dragons over the course of 4 editions (2nd Edition through 5th Edition D&D). These days, he’s a senior designer for Monte Cook Games, LLC designing Numenera , Gods of the Fall, and The Strange. Also a novel author, his credits include several titles set in the Forgotten Realms. Bruce’s tenth novel, Myth of the Maker, is just out from Angry Rob ...more
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Forgotten Realms: The Dungeons (4 books)
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  • Crypt of the Moaning Diamond (Forgotten Realms: The Dungeons, #4)

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