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Swords of Dragonfire (Forgotten Realms)

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Return to the beginnings of the Forgotten Realms with it's creator!

Florin and his friends have finally made a name for themselves - only to find themselves the pawns of both dark and noble forces in a battle for power. Together, the Swords of Eveningstar must untangle the web of lies that surround them before the threat to the kingdom eclipses their ability to defend it.
Hardcover, 352 pages
Published August 7th 2007 by Wizards of the Coast (first published 2007)
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Brenda Cothern
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Secondo volume de I Cavalieri di Myth Drannor, in quella che è l’ennesima trilogia non portata a termine dall’Armenia. Infatti il terzo volume (The Sword never sleeps) non è giunto in Italia, ed è facile che non arrivi mai, com’è accaduto a The Ghost King di R.A. Salvatore (libro conclusivo di un lunghissimo ciclo), Future Sight di McGough e Sanders, etc. É per questo motivo che purtroppo ho praticamente smesso di comprare libri dell’Armenia, che compo
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Ryan
Jun 17, 2014 Ryan rated it really liked it
A nice novel, all in all. It was nice to see heroes treated as anything but, though a running theme I've come to see in Ed's novels is a staghering degree of incompetence amongst the purple dragons and the blatant stupidity of the Cormyrean nobles. Forget falling to evil villans and dasterdly foes, with such a seemingly incompetent security force, and such moronic nobles, how has this realm not fallen into Chaos and Discord from internal inability to function?
Henry
Feb 02, 2008 Henry rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
All in all, I think it was better than the first one and I enjoy it a lot. Caution: For those that have never read Ed Greenwood, I warn you, he introduces hundreds of characters on his books, each with their own agenda, and it can get outrigth confusing.


Realms lovers will be thrilled by seen once again their favorites characters (go Khelben!!!), althought I wonder how all this will look through the eyes of someone relatively new to the setting.

Again, for those of us Realms lovers, wonderful, it
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Michael Tharp
Jan 29, 2015 Michael Tharp rated it really liked it
The second book in the Knights of Myth Drannor series. The origins of the Knights continues as they are sent out of the kingdom by the queen on a quest only to have to rush back and save the King and Queen from an internal plot to assassinate them and the Court Magician.

Continuous action from start to finish, humour and innuendo abounds as Ed Greenwood, edges toward a more adult feel. A fun quick read.
Richard Harrison
Jan 21, 2016 Richard Harrison rated it it was ok
That was a bit of a slog. Pretty standard Ed Greenwood fare with copious nudity, interchangeable characters and a baffling plot. Felt like the last third of the book was running around corridors for no real reason.
Kyril
This book just could not hold my attention. It was slow, poorly thought out, and overall just not a good installment in the Forgotten Realms. Ed Greenwood should be ashamed of this tripe.
Bradley
Jun 19, 2011 Bradley rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ed never disappoints. A hilarious fantasy adventure that was well worth the eight dollars shelled out to buy it brand new from Borders. I loved this story. =)
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Jul 12, 2015 Kagan Oztarakci rated it it was ok
The storyline did not flow smoothly...there are far too many better books of the genre.
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Ed Greenwood is the creator of the Forgotten Realms fantasy world, which became the setting for his home D&D game in 1975. Play still continues in this long-running campaign, and Ed also keeps busy producing Realmslore for various TSR publications.

Ed has published over two hundred articles in Dragon magazine and Polyhedron newszine, is a lifetime charter member of the Role Playing Game Associa
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