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Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal (Forgotten Realms: Baldur's Gate #3)

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Death to the Children of Bhaal!
On the run and hunted by everyone in Faerun, Bhaal's offspring are being wiped out. Instead of ridding the land of evil, each kill gives more power to a vicious group of Bhaalspawn intent on returning their father to the world.
Follow the ultimate battle of the children of Bhaal in this thrilling novel based on the computer game from BioWare
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 1st 2001 by Wizards of the Coast
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Better than the first two books in the series, but still nothing amazing. If you like classic, often cheesy fantasy, this book should provide a few hours of entertainment, but nothing more.
(view spoiler) TL;DR I hated this, don't read this book if you love these characters.
I couldn't finish the first book in the series so I'm knocking this off my Want To Read List. I highly doubt it gets better so pretend this book was never written and re-install the game. I just got the Enhanced Edition so I'll be enjoying this story the way it was meant to be enjoyed. By playing the Video Game!
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Regular s--t instead of the previous worst of all time s--t. Yay? At least this one didn't have hot lesbian vampires licking each other.( I kid you not).
Paulo "paper books always" Carvalho
Nothing memorable of this book. I can't even remember much of it.
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Drew Karpyshyn is a Canadian author and game designer. After working at a credit union for some time, he eventually became a game developer. He joined BioWare towards the end of the Baldur's Gate series, and wrote the tie-in novel for Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal. He stayed with BioWare, where he worked on Neverwinter Nights, and became the Senior Writer on the critically acclaimed Star Wars: ...more
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